Snorkeling and diving to watch the coral reefs
Diverse marine ecosystem of South An Thoi archipelago, including Hon Thom, May Rut Trong islet, Gam Ghi islet, islet Nail ... and some small islands in the north of the island as Mong Tayl Islet, Doi Moi Islet ... is ideal for visitors to explore the ocean world. Phu Quoc coral reef is quite diverse with 260 species (252 species of hard corals and 8 species of soft corals) in 14 families with 49 varieties. There are many fish of coral reefs such as grouper fish Son, Fish Bang Chai, Mu and Mo fish, Dong fish ... and also sponges, could snails .... creating a rich ocean world and attractive.
Snorkeling in the shadow area around the Doi Mo islet
Map of Phu Quoc Island
Phu Quoc island district, Kien Giang province has one big and 22 other small islands. The entire island district has a total area of 593.05 km ². Phu Quoc island is the largest area of 574 km ² (56,200 hectares), with the length is 52 km and the widest (in the north island) is 25 km and narrowest is 3 km. The sea waters around the island is shadow, that has a depth less than 10m. However, small clusters of An Thoi islands are separated completely with the southern tip of Phu Quoc island by a strait with a depth of over 60m.
Phu Quoc located 120 km from Rach Gia city and 45 km from Ha Tien town to the south.
Phu Quoc is the largest island in Vietnam. The island is part of Kiên Giang province, has a total area of 574 square kilometres (222 sq m2) and a permanent population of approximately 85,000. The district of Phú Quốc includes the island proper and 21 smaller islets.
Phu Quoc locate at the opposite side of Kampot coast of Cambodia, and 46km from Ha Tien towm and 120 km from Rach Gia city.
Phu Quoc island has several parallel chains of mountains from the north to the south. The highest mountain is Chua with 603m high. The forest in Phu Quoc has many kinds of valuable woods with large 12.500ha .
North coast of Phu Quoc island