(TITC) - Coming to Phu Quoc Island City (Kien Giang Province), visitors can enjoy some pristine islets, and admire the wonderful beauty that nature bestows on these places.
May Rut Ngoai Island, located in An Thoi Archipelago, about 5 km south of Phu Quoc Island. To reach May Rut Island, visitors can get on an-hour ride by boat or 15 minutes by canoe. The island remains pristine, possessing many rocks and little sand, so the sea water here is clear and beautiful.
May Rut Ngoai Island stays little human intervention, so visitors here can comfortably enjoy and relax in a peaceful space. In addition to swimming, visitors can hang out in hammocks to listen to the sound of waves crashing or go explore and record wonderful moments.
The romantic May Rut Ngoai Island (Photo: Kien Giang Online)
Having the same pristine beauty as May Rut Ngoai Island, May Rut Trong Island attracts visitors by its long gentle beach, white sand, and coconut trees leaning in the sun. May Rut Trong has a diverse ecosystem, including many kinds of rare sea creatures.
Besides the pure beauty, May Rut Trong is also an island for interesting activities in the sea and island such as snorkelling and watching corals, admiring the brilliant beauty of hundreds of species of hard and soft corals or lying on the sand watching the sunset. At night, visitors can go to the sea for squid fishing with fishermen, and enjoy fresh squid porridge on the boat…
The beauty of May Rut Trong Island (Photo: Kien Giang Online)
Mong Tay Island is one of the most unspoiled islands, located about 14 km away from south Phu Quoc. It takes about 30 to 35 minutes by canoe from An Thoi Port to reach the island, while going by boat might take longer. Mong Tay Island is an ideal place for experiencing Phu Quoc tourism in the direction of self-sufficiency with outdoor activities, immersing in poetic scenery with friends, overnight camping on the beach, swimming…
Mong Tay Island offers fresh air with wild landscapes that capture many tourists’ hearts. According to visitors, the beach here is beautiful, the sand is white and smooth, the ocean is blue in the colour of marble. Although the area is small, this place is one of the most beautiful beaches in Phu Quoc and is not well known.
Xuong Islet is the furthest in the An Thoi Archipelago and is separate from the surrounding islands, which is a favourite destination for many tourists. The water around Xuong Islet is quite deep, so visitors need to be careful in exploring activities. In addition to activities on the sea, Xuong Islet also has a cave with lofty cliffs for visitors to experience the feeling of lying down and enjoying each cool breeze carrying the taste of the sea.
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