Phu Quoc is Vietnam’s largest island and a popular tourist destination. It is a peaceful tropical paradise, surrounded by warm turquoise waters. The majority of Phu Quoc Island is dedicated to the National Park and protected marine environment, providing a memorable experience, with plenty of exciting activities and places to visit.
Phu Quoc Island's underwater panorama bursts into a virtual array of colors and corals. As Scuba diving is relatively new at Phu Quoc, the island has its hidden treasures to explore. Diverse underwater scenery and abundant marine life is combined with good visibility and the warm, nutrient rich water draws vast schools of tropical fish are a delight for underwater photographers.
The calm and warm waters are a pleasure not only for the experienced, but also for first time divers. In Hon Thom diving has only been happening for a couple of years and new sites are still being discovered. Marine life is very similar to that found in the Gulf of Thailand with few big pelagic but a lot of smaller reef fish and breath-taking, pristine coral.