Discover Phu Quoc National Park
Phu Quoc, also known as Pearl Island, is the largest island of Vietnam. Not only attracting tourists by Sao Beach, Long Beach, Khem Beach, Ganh Dau, Dinh Cau, Tien Stream, etc, this peaceful island also owns Phu Quoc National Park - the largest nature national reservation in Phu Quoc.
Phu Quoc National Park
Phu Quoc National Park is located northeast of Phu Quoc Island, belongs to Bai Thom, Cua Duong, and Ham Ninh commune of Phu Quoc Island District, Kien Giang Province. With a total area of over 31,422ha, Phu Quoc National Park is divided into 3 functional subdivisions which are the strict guarding area (8,786 ha), the ecological rehabilitation area (22,603 ha) and the administrative - service - science learning area (33ha). Flora in Phu Quoc National Park is quite rich. The vegetation here is main evergreen forest growing in low mountainous terrain with a total of up to several hundred species, including species of tree species, species of precious orchids, precious herbs and some other parasitic species.
Besides a rich flora, the fauna in Phu Quoc National Park is also diverse including 30 mammal species, of which 5 species are recorded in the Vietnam Red List of Threatened Species; 200 species of birds with 4 species are recorded in the IUCN Red List and 3 species are recorded in the Vietnam Red List; 50 species of reptiles, of which 9 species are listed in the IUCN list and 18 species are recorded in the country's Red List...Phu Quoc National Park has attracted many tourists to Phu Quoc thanks to the natural beauty and pristine beaches. In addition, Phu Quoc has the potential for ecotourism given by the government as a long-term strategy.
Monkeys in Phu Quoc National Park
What to do in Phu Quoc National Park?
Conquer the "roof of Phu Quoc"
When coming to Phu Quoc National Park, you definitely cannot ignore the climbing activity, or at least see the foot of the mountain, especially Chua Mountain located in Bai Thom commune. This is also known as "the roof of Phu Quoc”. Chua Mountain is the highest mountain in Phu Quoc with a height of 603 m, belonging to Ham Ninh range. From the top, you can see the panorama of the forest - a breathtakingly beautiful sight that you are hard to see anywhere else. In addition to Chua Mountain, in Phu Quoc National Park, there is also the second high mountain - Ham Ninh Mountain which also possesses extremely overwhelming vision. Looking down from the mountain, the whole national park appears as an impressive landscape picture, which is painted by the best-talented artists.
Explore the vegetation
Visiting Phu Quoc National Park, you will be immersed in an appealing ecotourism environment. You can easily see the big tree species, the very beautiful orchid species, as well as the rare herbs. Discovering the flora and fauna in Phu Quoc island, you will have the relaxing moments with the fresh and pure air and escape the smoky atmosphere of the city.
Visiting the beautiful streams
The charming Tranh Stream
Besides the various green of trees, Phu Quoc forest is also dotted with clear white of waterfalls and streams. In particular, you cannot miss the famous streams and waterfalls originating from Ham Ninh range such as Tranh stream, Da Ban stream and Da Ngon stream. About Tranh stream and Da Ban stream, you should visit in the rainy season because, in the dry season, these streams dry up and there is no water. However, do not worry, Phu Quoc National Park has also Da Ngon stream with the 7 beautiful high floors like the heaven flowing all year round. This is also one of the most beautiful streams in Phu Quoc island.
It is undeniable that Phu Quoc National Park is a must-visit in Phu Quoc island. For more information about Phu Quoc, via our website. Share this article if it is useful for you. Have a nice trip!