Full-Day Phu Quoc Island Discovery

Off-the-Beaten-Track Experience

Explore History & Nature

Private Groups

Phu Quoc Island, the largest of Vietnam’s islands, is located in the Gulf of Thailand. It’s a beach lover’s dream with its beautiful sea and local hospitality. This full-day tour is designed to cover all the highlights of Phu Quoc in just one day. In the north of the island, you can immerse yourself in rich nature and relax on pristine beaches. While the south is famous for the historic site Coconut Tree Prison, built by French colonialists in 1949. You can also explore farms and factories where local specialities are produced.


Pick-Up & Drop-Off From Phu Quoc Port

Witness the Production Process of Local Specialities

Enjoy a Fresh Seafood Lunch on Sao Beach

Visit the Historical Coconut Tree Prison, Built by French Colonialists

Explore the Peaceful Fishing Villages of Ham Ninh and Rach Vem

Enjoy Picturesque White-Sand Beaches

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Tour Details


Price from $50

  • 1 person: $180
  • 2 people: $110 per person
  • 3 people: $95 per person
  • 4 people: $85 per person
  • 5 people: $75 per person
  • 6 people: $65 per person
  • 7 people: $55 per person
  • 8+ people: $50 per person




All private tours are approximately 8 hours or longer depending on your time constraints. At the end of the private tour, we always make sure that you return on time to board the cruise ship.

Meeting point

We will collect and return you to Phu Quoc Port.

Port Permit Service

  • Opt to purchase port permit service: For a fee of 25 USD/person, our guide and transport can go inside the port, right to your cruise ship for pick-up and drop-off. This requires passport details such as full name, passport number, DOB, expiry date and nationality. We recommend this service for safety and comfort during the hot or rainy days, as well as a reliable transport service.
  • Opt not to purchase port service fee: Please walk out of the port for 15 minutes – 20 minutes where our guide and driver will welcome you with a sign and a smile. This does not include a fee.


  • All Entrance Fees
  • All Taxes
  • Fully Air-Conditioned Vehicle
  • Two Bottles of Water
  • English-Speaking Guide
  • Lunch – please note we can cater for any dietary requirements just be sure to get in touch beforehand

Not included

  • Gratuities
  • Booking Fees
  • Port Permit Service

What to bring

  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Insect Repellent
  • Light Jacket

What to wear

Please ensure you dress respectfully: knees and shoulders should be covered at all times. Please bring your swimsuits if you wish to swim.

Visit Local Factories and Farms

Welcome to Phu Quoc Island! Our team will be waiting with name signs, big smiles, and a Maika Tour t-shirt at your port to take you to your cool, air-conditioned transport.
We’ll start our fun-packed day with visits to a variety of farms and factories on the island where local people produce Sim (rose myrtle fruit) wine, fish sauce, pearls, and pepper. There we will learn how these products are made. You’ll have a chance to witness the production process and taste these Phu Quoc specialities. This is a great way to approach the local lifestyle and culture.

barrels of fish sauce


Explore Ham Ninh Fishing Village and Enjoy Lunch on Sao Beach

Next, we’ll stop by Ham Ninh fishing village, one of Phu Quoc’s oldest villages that still preserves a peaceful, slow-paced daily life. On your visit, you can see the typical fishing village image with rows of colourful wooden boats, skillfully carved by the locals, docking at the harbour. These boats are essential to their fishing activities and way of life. We’ll walk around the area to experience being a villager, living a simple life, and getting a feel for the sense of community and the friendly neighbours. From Ham Ninh beach, you can see Pirate island, Nghe islet, and Ong Hoi headland in the far distance.

*If time allows, we’ll visit Truc Lam Ho Quoc Zen Monastery which was built on the high mountain, overlooking the sea. Locals and tourists come here to offer incense on Buddist festivals and special days, or just to admire the surrounding landscape and architecture.

We’ll have a short break and enjoy a tasty seafood lunch on Sao Beach surrounded by natural scenery, crystal clear waters, and white-sand shores. You can wander along the beach, sunbathe, or merely contemplate the beauty of the sea before we continue the afternoon.

rows of boats


Travel Back in Time at Coconut Tree Prison (Nha Tu Cay Dua)

One of Phu Quoc’s must-visit sights is Coconut Tree Prison, a harsh place used to imprison soldiers during the war, where you can now see mannequins depicting prisoners’ lives at the time. Although this is not for the faint-hearted, it is worth visiting to learn about the island’s struggles and the effort to make Phu Quoc the beautiful place it is today.

prison tower


Explore the North of Phu Quoc Island and Immerse Yourself in Nature

Located in the northern half of the island, Ganh Dau Cape remains untouched and is home to breathtaking landscapes. The forest sweeps down to the shore and stops abruptly in front of the white sandy beaches. Magnificent rocks provide an impressive contrast between the ocean and the sky. From Ganh Dau, you can see the fishermen busy with their boats on the shore, or you can even spot the borderland between Vietnam and Cambodia. Pay a visit to Nguyen Trung Truc Temple, a place to commemorate a Vietnamese hero who was a campaign leader during French colonial times.

To wrap up our day, we’ll visit Rach Vem fishing village, a unique coastal village with a floating seafood restaurant, connected to the mainland by wooden bridges. If you don’t come here to enjoy seafood, you can just relax in this quiet area and watch starfish roaming freely in the clear water.

Our tour guide and transport will return you to the port in plenty of time for your departure.

long wooden pier

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