Phu Quoc is Vietnam’s largest island and this 4-hour guided tour will help you maximize your time. Learn about local traditions with a visit to a sim wine distillery and a pepper garden; sample tasty seafood (own expense) in Ham Ninh village; and get back to nature with a hike or swim at Tranh Stream.
4-hour highlights of Phu Quoc tour
Visit a sim wine distillery and pepper garden
Explore the historic village of Ham Ninh
Enjoy trekking, then cool off with a swim in Tranh Stream
Choice of morning or afternoon departure
Great-value tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off
Start your tour with a pickup from your Phu Quoc hotel at either 8am or 2pm, depending on the tour option chosen, and learn a bit about the island’s unique history and heritage as you travel to the first stop.
Kick off the tour with a visit to a local sim wine distillery, where you’ll have chance to sample the island’s most popular drink and discover its unusual production method, using the fruit from rose myrtle trees. Another renowned Phu Quoc product is pepper, so the next stop will be at a pepper garden to see how the peppercorns are grown and learn how their fiery taste has made them famous around Vietnam.
Next, get back to nature with a visit to the picturesque Tranh Stream and enjoy a short hike around one of the island’s most impressive beauty spots. If you’re visiting during the wet season (June to November), you’ll also have chance to cool off with a swim in the stream.
Finally, visit the ancient village of Ham Ninh to learn more about the island’s history, browse the shops, and perhaps tuck into some delicious fresh seafood (own expense).
Your tour ends with drop-off at your hotel around 12pm or 6pm.