Vung Bau beach is one of the most famous tourist spots in Phu Quoc. If you are looking for somewhere beautiful and quiet, then this place is the best choice.
The overview of Vung Bau Beach
Vung Bau beach is located in the northwest of Phu Quoc hidden between Ong Lang and Bai Dai beaches. It has a semicircle with a length of about 6 km and is quite unspoiled, which is suitable for underwater activities such as swimming, diving, and sailing.
The easiest way to get here is to follow the small coastal road from Ganh Dau.
The beach area is quite well-equipped, so guests can stay overnight here with hotels and resort resorts, and experience activities like fishing, watching coral, or night squid fishing. From the pristine beach, you can see Nail Island.
Vung Bau Beach
Vung Bau beach has white sand in the daytime and turns yellow when the sun goes down.
When it comes to the unspoiledness of the Vung Bau, there are intact vegetation layers woody plants, coastal flowers, palm trees, and coconut trees. The beach is about 4.5 km long.
The sea water here is quite peaceful and clear in both rainy and dry seasons. Vung Bau sea water is the combination of different shades of blue. The slope of the beach is also negligible, so it is safe for families with young children and those who cannot swim. Here you can catch starfish, conch and some sea urchins in the sand.
What to do in Vung Bau beach
Tourists can rent or borrow a kayak boat from nearby resorts and move to nearby Nail Island. Or you can swim to the Nail island from the southernmost point of Vung Bau located in Mai Phuong Resort. At Nails island, you can snorkel and watch coral and fish.
Sunset in Vung Bau Beach
In the early morning, when the sun rises, you can watch the seabirds on this beach