Getting Around Phu Quoc
How to get around Phu Quoc using bus, taxi, boat and car.Below are the common means of getting around Phu Quoc:
Boat is a good means of transportation to traveling around Phu Quoc Islands for sight-seeing and especially, going fishing. For a group from 1-4 people, boat might be for renting at $80/boat/day. Any extra person would be charge $8 per person.
For budget travelers, it might be advisable to use public transit-bus to traveling around. There are three bus routes in Phu Quoc: no. 27,28,29.
Bus 27: Cua Can-Ganh Day-Rach Vem-Rach Tram
Bus 28: An Thoi-Ham Ninh
Bus 29:Duong Dong- Northern Island
The bus ticket is about $2-$2.5
Car rental is offered at most travel agencies. They have many package options for you to choose from. Depending upon the number of seats, the price may vary from $100 (7 seat car)-$300 (46 seat car) for a 3 day package. The package is an economical and convenient way enabling visitors more flexibility in planning their itinerary for their own preferences.
If you just need a car for a day, price should be about $35/day for a 7 seat-car.
Cycling rental is available at the hotel. Contact with the receptionist for more detailed information. Price is often calculated on hourly basis.
Motorbike rental is often offered at most hotel. You just need to consult with the receptionist to rent a motorbike. Price should not exceed $6-$8 per day depending upon the kind of motorbike (gas excluded) Taxi Taxi might be the most convenient way for people who want to get to the exact place they are heading to. The taxi fare is about 60-70 cents per kilometer. Sasco and Mai Linh Taxi are two reliable carrier. Walking It might be a good idea to do some walking around Duong Dong Market and enjoy the daily life of local people here. Just stop by a food court or a shop that you find interesting so much easier than traveling by a car or a motorbike!
Phu Quoc Airport is at the center of Phu Quoc Island, just 15 minute drive from Duong Dong Town. The airbase can only receive smaller aircrafts such as Fokker 70 or ATR 72, but it is currently improved for bigger planes to land in the foreseeable future.