South Islands Phu Quoc
One of the beautiful islands in the beautiful islands of An Thoi archipelago is often visited such as Hon Xuong, Hon Mong Tay, Hon Gam Gi.
In fact, there are 2 May Rut islands in the South of Phu Quoc Island, May Rut Trong (Inside) and May Rut Ngoai (Outside), but the most beautiful, and also the island I mentioned in this article, is May Rut Trong.
This is one of the 5 most beautiful and unspoiled small islands on Phu Quoc island and is extremely loved by tourists and is part of the Emperor Cruises excursion program for passengers s to explore, discover and experience.
This place attracts travel connoisseurs who like to experience the wildness, authenticity and uniqueness of a destination. Travelers who love sea activities, great moments for Instagram frames.
Mong Tay Island is one of 5 small, beautiful and lovely islands in the South of Phu Quoc Island. Nail Island is located between Gam Ghi Island and Xuong Islet. In the past, on the island, there were many nail trees, also known as gardenia trees. That is why this place is called Mong Tay island.
The island has no inhabitants, so the island still retains the wild and liberal beauty that mother nature bestows. Visitors will feel lost in the paradise of coconut trees, blue sea, white sand, golden sunshine, making visitors fall in love at first sight.
This is the opinion of international press such as Fobres, CNN (USA), Telegraph and Standard (UK), Star2 (Malaysia) about Hon Xuong, Phu Quoc.
Located the farthest south of Phu Quoc, Xuong islet is small and pretty as a “longest kept secret paradise of Phu Quoc island that you should visit this secret paradise island (before everyone else does)” as the title of the Telegraph article. In addition to the name Xuong island, this small island is also called An Tay island by the locals.
Hon Xuong, Phu Quoc is a very beautiful place for Instagramers and visitors can go here by yacht and cruises. The sea surrounding and embracing Hon Xuong and the tropical nature at Hon Xuong is as beautiful as in the pictures. The beach, the forest on the island still retains the wild natural beauty.
Previously, this small island was considered as a secret kept by Phu Quoc, because of its remote location, poetic beauty from clear sea color and long white sand beach attracting tourists. If you want to explore this small island of Phu Quoc, you can only go and return by boat during the day, because there is no accommodation here.
Locals also call this island Robinson Island. Based on the famous but fictional novel “Robinson’s Adventures” (Robinson Crusoe). The island, beach and coastal waters of Phu Quoc Island are protected because it is located in the Kien Giang marine biosphere reserve.
Indeed, this Hon Xuong is one of the islands with the best and cleanest beaches in Phu Quoc. The sea water in Xuong islet is very clear and the sea is also very deep, bathing is cool, if you want to discover all the beauty, you have to look from above. When diving, you should pay attention that there are a few species of hard corals and rocks scattered.
Hon Xuong is a great place for diving enthusiasts to see the colorful coral reefs stretching like a carpet, with many more precious and beautiful coral species than the coral reefs in May Rut Ngoai Island. The sand here is also very beautiful, pure white and smooth as powder, so the beach at Xuong Islet is as beautiful as the paradise on earth.
A special thing is that there is a very interesting and large cave on Xuong island, you can fully remote sensing this cave and admire the poetic, very special sea view from the cave. Just anchor the speedboat on the rocky shore, “camp” in the cave, burn coal, grill shrimp, grill squid, make cold cocktails and drink at the mouth of the big cave overlooking the sea.
The sea here has an extremely rich and rich ecosystem. You will be immersed in a large cave with towering cliffs. Or dive into the sea and see your hands touching the coral reefs, catching crabs, fish, urchins, purple fishes… explore, dream, discover, enjoy, relax and immerse yourself in the wild nature, see Why do Westerners whisper to each other here when they come to Phu Quoc.