Phu Quoc General information Located off the tip of Viet Nam’s south coast, Phu Quoc is a haven for nature and sea lovers looking for a place to unwind. The island is considered “off the beaten track” as it remains remarkably undeveloped. Phu Quoc’s virgin forests and pristine white sand beaches make this an ideal place for trekking, diving, and snorkeling. The infrastructure remains basic, with dirt roads and a small number of four-star properties. If you’re looking for a relaxing beach getaway without any distractions or a noisy nightlife, then Phu Quoc is the ideal place to visit. Phu Quoc Island is ideal for a wide range of outdoor activities. There are mountains and unique wildlife on the northern part and pristine beaches on the southern end. You can sunbathe, snorkel and swim at Long Beach and Ong Lang Beach. Phu Quoc National Park and Suoi Tranh Waterfall are great for picnicking, jungle-trekking, camping, and bird-watching. Phu Quoc Island has local markets, fishing villages, Cao Dai and Buddhist temples, pearl farms, and pepper plantations. Families can spend a fun-filled day with the little ones at Vinpearl Land Amusement Park. Weather Summary Phu Quoc’s tropical monsoon climate means you can enjoy consistently warm temperatures. The dry season in Phu Quoc lasts from November until April and the rainy season begins in May through to October. Most rainfall occurs from July to September, you can expect rough seas and regular afternoon showers during this time. The average monthly rainfall ranges between 190mm and 361mm. The weather conditions in Phu Quoc at this time of year are still pleasant, but the roads can be very muddy. November until April bring sunny skies and average temperatures of 25°C and 28°C (77°F and 82.4°F) and the humidity level is low.