Pick up at the port by tour guide
Visit the Phu Quoc Ridgeback Dog “racing” is not like your traditional dog race. The unnumbered dogs run around a 4 lane 400m obstacle course like race track where they are challenged by the following obstacles: running through tall grass, climbing over trees, crawling under tunnels and swimming in water.
Visit Phu Quoc Crocodile Farm: The Crocodile farm provides you with an overview of how crocodiles are farmed. Here you will find approximately 2500 crocodiles, which are raised and sold for their meat and skin.
Mot Island is connected to Thom Beach at low tide and can be reached by foot by walking across a narrow bridge made out of rock. During high tide, you can only access the island by boat or for the tourist can explore the small island and take pictures of the Cambodian coast. There isn’t much to do on the island itself apart from exploring the flora and fauna, especially the tidal creatures such as crabs.
Bai Thom village was once a restricted military zone due to its proximity to Cambodia as both of these countries were essentially at war with each other, but those days are long gone. Thom Village is now a peaceful place and its inhabitants are mainly fishermen and their families.
After Bai Thom village, we’ll head out to the Cua Can River. You will have chance to paddle the kayak yourself and explore the river or you may view from the comfort of a boat if you don’t like kayaking. Enjoy adventuring the amazing river that runs through the natural forest of Cua Can and see if you can spot the various wildlife inhabit the area. You can enjoy a lunch at a restaurant right on the riverbank.
After that, you will have a chance to visit some of Phu Quoc is more famous attractions such as the pepper garden.
End of tour and drop you off at the port.