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Place Rach Tram in Phu Quoc

Located in the North Pole of Phu Quoc Island, Rach Tram is hidden under the Phu Quoc primary forest reserve, separate from the prosperity and bustle of this island city.

Rach Tram River – Phu Quoc

Rach Tram River is the largest river on Phu Quoc Island with a length of 25 km including 3 branches, 1 branch originates from Thom Beach, the other 2 branches originate from the tropical forests of Phu Quoc National Park and meet at Bac Cuu junction.

When you first come to Rach Tram River, you will be completely surprised because the flora here is no different from the mainland and this is also the feature of the melaleuca forests in Phu Quoc National Park.

To explore Rach Tram River, tourists can take a boat from where Rach Tram estuary borders the sea in Rach Tram hamlet, Bai Thom commune.

A corner of Rach Tram river branch

Sitting on the boat, watching the blue water of the Rach Tram River, you can see all the beauty that nature has bestowed on Phu Quoc. The pristine forests from both sides reflect the river. The shore is looming by deep green forests and towering rocky mountains, the vertical cliffs look like a gate to keep the upstream area.

From the riverhead to the Bac Cuu junction, the more down the stream, the wider the area of ​​the water surface, attracting the eyes.

The poetic and seductive features of the Rach Tram River seem to increase when the sunrise shines down on the river, including the silhouette of the mountains and forests of Phu Quoc. It is interesting to see the drifting water, listen to the echoing and holy singing of the wild birds … It can be said that the Rach Tram River is an attractive destination for those who love adventure and discovery.

Along with this unique cruise, from the estuary to the sea, visitors can continue to sail to Rach Vem beach, a beautiful beach hidden at the foot of the Ham Rong mountain. Surely each visitor will be surprised when immersed in the rare blue water of this beach.

Rach Tram River has a very special feature because one side of the river is Melaleuca forest mixed with oil and Sao trees;the other side is the mangrove forest, which includes the species of Vet, Duoc, Ban and Coc Do Tree. An old fisherman here said that, more than half a century ago, the Rach Tram river had many crocodiles living, but now it is not seen anymore.

When you first come to Rach Tram River, you will be completely surprised because the flora here is no different from the mainland and this is also the feature of the melaleuca forests in Phu Quoc National Park. To explore Rach Tram River, tourists have to take a boat from where the Rach Tram estuary borders the sea (in Rach Tram hamlet, Bai Thom commune). In the rainy season, the water of Rach Tram River is cool, and in the dry season, the water is blue. Occasionally, people ‘s fishing boats pass, the river surface ripples very beautifully. Sitting on the boat, watching the blue water of the Rach Tram River, you can see all the beauty that nature has bestowed on Phu Quoc. The pristine forests from both sides reflect the river. The banks of the shore are deep green forests and towering rocky mountains, the vertical cliffs look like a gate for the upstream area. From the riverhead to the Bac Cuu junction, the more down the stream, the more expansive the water surface area.

Rach Tram fishing village

The quite hard road will compensate for you with the impressive landscape of Rach Tram river and Ham Rong mountain beach. You can discover many interesting things while floating on a small wooden boat down the river.

Rach Tram fishing village is almost completely separated from everything outside. Previously, when the traffic system on the island was not yet developed. In the past, the fastest way to get to Rach Tram, there was only one way to go by boat, otherwise you would get lost in a labyrinth of sandy roads, crowded forest roads. Although now the roads are much more open, this place is still not for those who are not drive proficiently. If it rains, the road to Rach Tram will be like a muddy river, both people and vehicles want to be exhausted, but thanks to the difficult road, Rach Tram fishing village almost still retains its pristine features …

You can walk to see the forest orchids, the crows beaks dangling from above. The unique natural beauty will make your visit to Rach Tram fishing village full of unforgettable memories.

Rach Tram fishing village in Phu Quoc

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