What you don't see on all those nice reviews is that the national park is forbidden. You are not supposed to enter.
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My Sister and I spend a couple hours hiking in the National Park. It was incredibly beautiful. Our driver Nam suggested this stop and we were very happy he made the suggestion.
The place has a lot of potential, but it has been woefully neglected. Garbage everywhere, unmaintained paths, no wildlife to speak of. If you want to just walk through the jungle and look at some of the huge tress, then I guess it's fine, but...More
Unfortunately nobody take care of this national park. I have rented motorbike and did quite long tour through the park, some small paths. I didn't see any animals, just a lot of locals devastating park and a lot of rubbish. I would like to underline...More
We took a moto into the center of the park and did the forest walk that is signposted and advertised in the map of the island. The walk was peaceful with nature surrounding. There were loads of people doing the same and everyone seemed happy...More
We took a tour of Northern Phu Quoc and our driver dropped us off at the entrance to a trail through the park. Walked for about an hour in the peace and quiet and didn't see another soul. Unfortunately we had to return via the...More
You can't access the park itself, but there are some walks you can do by yourself. We rented motorbikes and drove on dirt roads to visit one trail. It was two km of easy walk (slippers). We saw two types of monkeys, hornbills and countless...More