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Phu Quoc: 3 Islands Full-Day Snorkeling Tour

Activity provider: JOHNS TOURS PHU QUOC

Phu Quoc: 3 Islands Full-Day Snorkeling Tour

Activity provider: JOHNS TOURS PHU QUOC
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From US$ 135 per person

Discover an island paradise off the south coast of Phu Quoc and snorkel at 3 different spots in the Gulf of Thailand. Marvel at the marine life and coral formations, and enjoy an onboard lunch.

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Duration 8 hours
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Live tour guide
Vietnamese, English
Private group


  • Discover some of the most diverse coral reefs on the planet
  • Snorkel at 3 spots at Buom Island, Dam Ngang, and May Rut Island
  • Enjoy a delicious lunch on board and get some time to relax
Full description

Benefit from morning pick-up at your hotel Phu Quoc and journey to the southern tip of the island to meet the friendly crew as you board a boat. Then, set sail for the best snorkeling spots in the area, and stop at 3 wonderful islands in the Gulf of Thailand. Make your way to Buom to swim and snorkel with the colorful marine life for an hour. Continue to the island of Dam Ngang to explore the coral gardens and admire the amazing reefs up close.

Enjoy a lunch and fresh tropical fruits prepared by the crew, and then head to May Rut Island to swim in the tropical waters. Cruise slowly back to the harbor and get some time to relax on board the boat and top up your tan. Drop anchor back at the harbor, where a driver will be waiting to take you back to your hotel at the end of an amazing day.

  • Round-trip transfers by van and boat
  • Guide
  • Lunch on board the boat
  • 1 bottle of mineral water
  • Snorkeling mask and fins rental
  • Towel
  • Sunscreen
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • You must fill out a travel information form

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Important information

What to bring

  • Sunglasses
  • Swimwear
  • Sunscreen

Know before you go

  • A maximum of 30 people per booking is allowed
  • Unfortunately, fins are not available in children's sizes
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.3 /5

based on 159 reviews

Review summary

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In collaboration with the largest local tour company, we took a leisurely tour of the three islands on a large boat, so we were able to enjoy the attractions on each island without spending time. The first island is swimming on a beautiful sandy beach, the second island is snorkeling, and the third island is also swimming on a sandy beach and walking around rocks. Especially in snorkeling, many fish are swimming so far, and I was very impressed including my family. The food is not a treat, but from my experience on tours in other places, I didn't expect it, so the seasoning was good for Japanese people. You can eat fresh shellfish dishes for an additional fee. I thought cospa was a very good tour. If you bring some money, you can enjoy more marine sports as an option.

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December 26, 2021

Overall good experience. We were expecting a little help in the snorkelling part, since we were a group of novices. But conquering our fear of snorkelling alone was overall a memorable experience. Should warn about that much before though. Just for other new timers like us :) :) Otherwise the host and the experience was quite nice. They took care making our Vegan meal, especially when the entire group was non vegetarians. Big thank you for that. I do wish that the boat staff would be a little better towards the environment. Didn't appreciate him throwing cigarette butts in the ocean, especially in this day and age. That's however not the fault of the tour operator, but just a general point.

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November 11, 2019

Good organization

You get exactly as it was described in text. The food was ok, there was something for vegetarians. Unfortunately it was too much and it had to be thrown away because of. That could be better planned. One should not have too high expectations in the underwater world, the "coral reefs" are mostly already dead. It was still nice and some fish you have seen. What really bothered me was that the guide did not tell people before that you should not touch corals and climb on them! It really hurt to see how others used their fins to climb the coral and leave a trail of devastation. Some of them also hurt themselves. Then I asked the guide in front of the second island to say it, so does he. But that should actually do a guide by itself. The islands are beautiful tropical, at the last island you go ashore. Here, however, each tour group goes ashore at about the same time.

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May 6, 2019

Product ID: 136079