PHU QUOC

 

Though Nam Nghi’s tranquil grounds can be deceptive, Phu Quoc provides ample opportunity to discover the history, culture, and stunning natural beauty of Vietnam’s largest island. Trek through the lush forests of a sprawling national park, wander into the charming Duong Dong town, where local markets and fish sauce factories – one of Phu Quoc’s signature products – abound, or explore the Gulf of Thailand’s turquoise waters by boat. Wherever you go, Nam Nghi seeks to provide guests with both the access and knowledge to create unique, tailored experiences both on land and at sea.

ADVENTURES ABOUND

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Venture beyond the shores of Phu Quoc in one of Nam Nghi’s six pontoon and speedboats, which are dedicated to providing guests with access to adventure. Whether you are making a short jaunt into Duong Dong town, embarking to the privately owned Hon Bang Island for a relaxing afternoon, trying your hand at deep-sea fishing, or simply indulging in a sunset drink among the waves, Nam Nghi’s vessels are equipped with essential safety features and can accommodate up to 12 passengers.

A BONA FIDE ISLAND ESCAPE

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Not far from Nam Nghi’s rugged, picturesque shores, Hon Bang island lies off the coast of Phu Quoc’s northern Ganh Dau beach. Its pristine sands and palm-fringed coast serve as an oasis amid the ocean’s clear blue waters where Nam Nghi guests are free to swim, snorkel, fish, or enjoy a beachside barbecue far from civilization.

UNDER THE SEA

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Guests can discover the colourful coral and teeming sea life of Mong Tay peninsula on a snorkelling excursion. As Phu Quoc welcomes more and more travellers, Nam Nghi strives to preserve the vibrant ecosystems both under water and on land, paying special attention to this delicate marine environment. Whether plying the shallow waters near the coast of Vung Bau Bay or venturing further south to explore Phu Quoc’s other reef ecosystems, Nam Nghi provides its guests with top-quality equipment and boat service to various snorkelling locations.

THINGS TO SEE IN PHU QUOC

ON LAND

From the coast to the interior, Phu Quoc is an island of adventure. On land, visitors are free to explore the history, culture, and stunning natural beauty of Vietnam’s largest island. Trek through the dense, untamed forests of Phu Quoc National Park, spend an afternoon beside the island’s freshwater inland streams, or hop on a bicycle and venture into town, where local markets and fish sauce factories – Phu Quoc’s signature product – abound.

At the resort, Nam Nghi can arrange a host of cultural and outdoor activities, including excursions around the island as well as cultural experiences such as cooking, traditional calligraphy, and conical hat-making classes. Additional amenities include board games and beach toys.

ON THE WATER

The waters of Phu Quoc’s secluded Vung Bau Bay and the Gulf of Thailand afford guests with ample opportunity for adventure. Soak up the sun along Nam Nghi’s private beach or venture off shore to explore Vung Bau Bay by kayak or boat. Under water, the teeming sea life surrounding Mong Tay peninsula provide an incredible setting for snorkelling, while boats can take travellers out to sea for free diving or deep-sea fishing. North of the resort, Nam Nghi’s private island off Ganh Dau Beach is about as secluded as you can get.