Phu Quoc’s Tranh Stream

The low season on Phu Quoc can mean rain, and lots of it. Sometimes it can rain for several days in a row, non-stop. The sea is rough, the winds are strong, and you may find yourself in your less than $20 a night bungalow more than you thought. But there are good things about Phu Quoc’s low season besides the budget friendly prices. One of these things is the hike along side Tranh Stream, near the centre of the island, where the low season rains cause the water levels of the stream to rise high; creating impressive rapids and waterfalls. The journey to the falls is a tough one, especially if you’re new to the island, so here is a quick guide to make your day a little easier.

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