Strolling along the beach on May Rut Trong Island (Hon Vong), South Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam, credit: OnBird Phu Quoc
A plan of reopening Vietnam to international tourists is under review, Vietnam is speeding up the vaccination of the whole population for the purpose of living with Covid coditionally.
Accordingly a Travel Sandbox campaign under the name Live Fully in Vietnam will be launched to promote the reopening of Vietnam tourism.
Phu Quoc Island known as Pearl island would be the starting destination to welcome international tourists under the plan with a program named Roam Phu Quoc or Phu Quoc Sandbox. Under the Phu Quoc Sandbox or Roam Phu Quoc program, the Pearl Island of Vietnam is expected to welcome international tourists to Phu Quoc from the end of November 2021.
Not a full reopening of Vietnam in general or Phu Quoc in particular as you probably expect, the Phu Quoc Sandbox or Roam Phu Quoc program will be implemented step by step in 2 phases in accordance with the medical capacity of the Pearl Island. The draft of 2 phases to reopen Phu Quoc is as follow:
- Number of tourists allowed to enter Phu Quoc: 3,000-5,000 passengers/month
- Target tourists:
After evaluating the results of phase 1 pilot implementation, if the requirements are met, the Phu Quoc Sandbox will expand the expected scale to welcome from 5,000 – 10,000 monthly and resume some of international commercial flights between Phu Quoc and for example: Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Korea, China...as it took usual in post-covid time
PhuQuoc-sandbox.com is the community website launched by a groups of travel companies based in Phu Quoc Island to provide international tourists with the latest updates on the reopening of Vietnam in general and Phu Quoc Island in particular.
Nha Trang is known as the most beautiful beach city in Vietnam. And besides, one of the best ways to pleasantly explore Nha Trang is cruising alongside the Cai River - the longest and exquisite river in Nha Trang. Here, you can head west to discover real countryside and pass by Whale Shrine to learn more about the fishermen’s culture , scenica