Whether your vacation dream is adrenalin driven or pampered rejuvenation, Long Beach Resort Phu Quoc provides recreation for any interest, any season.
This odd shaped rock heads out to open water. Initially a lighthouse until a temple was built in 1937 as a dedication to Goddess of Sea. Climbing the steps allows a better view of many fishing boats navigating the narrow river opening, as well as views along the coast. No visit to Phu Quoc is complete without seeing this little oddity. Dinh Cau is only 10mins drive from the resort.
Located on an island with mixed terrestrial and coastal climates, Phu Quoc National Park contains many forest types and landscapes including mangroves and wet lands, sparse forested areas, coastal vegetation and forest on rocky mountain. A total of 208 animal species were recorded in the National Parks. It is only 25mins from the resort.
Located 20mins by car from resort is Mount Chua, the highest mountain of Phu Quoc at altitude of 603meter above the sea level. It forms part of the Ham Ninh sandstone chain of mountains that stretch over 30km along the Eastern edge of Phu Quoc Island. A scenic panorama view over the National Park and the Island makes it worth climbing.
With the production of over 400 tons of best quality black pepper annually, pepper plantations mostly around the central and northern parts of the island. An organized tour to Khu Tuong pepper garden for a close look at the pepper gardens and discover the overview of harvesting and drying process.