Flipper Diving Club
Centrally located (by the Coco Bar), multilingual PADI dive centre for everything from novice dive trips to full instructor courses....
Well-represented at hotels and resorts; cruises include snorkelling, island-hopping, sunrise fishing and squid-fishing trips.
This reputable PADI outfit was the first to set up shop on the island and offers a wide range of diving and snorkelling trips. As well...
Nha Ghe Phu Quoc Crab House
At this crustacean sensation you won't be crabby once you get your claws into the likes of soft-shell crab with green peppercorn salsa,...
Long Beach information
Long Beach is draped invitingly along the west coast from Duong Dong almost to An Thoi port. Development concentrates in the north near Duong Dong, where the recliners and rattan umbrellas of the various resorts rule; these are the only stretches that are kept garbage-free. With its west-facing aspect, sunsets can be stupendous.
A motorbike or bicycle is necessary to reach some of the remote stretches flung out towards the southern end of the island.
There should be no problem for beachcombers to stretch out their towels on the sand, but you may get moved on quickly if you get too close to the paying guests.
There are several small lanes heading from the main Ð Tran Hung Dao drag down to Long Beach that shelter some of the nicest places to stay and eat. There are a few bamboo huts where you can buy drinks, but bring water if planning a long hike along the beach. Beachside massages are popular, but be clear about what you’re paying for: a neck rub can quickly turn into a foot massage, manicure and leg-hair threading – often all simultaneously.