Nam Du Apechialago - The gate to oblivion

    Nam Du Island is becoming an attractive place for visitors around the world in recent years, also dubbed as the second Ha Long in Vietnam

    Located about 83 kilometers away from Rach Gia, Nam Du is the farthest outlying island of Kien Giang province. The  pristine island has 21 islets, 11 islets of which are inhabited, while the others remain completely untouched.

    Imposing mountains emerge from the sparkling sea with splendid cliff faces, stunning beaches and green primeval forests, making Nam Du a must-see on a trip to Kien Giang.


    In Hon Hai Dap, tourists can go snorkeling and explore the island's most beautiful coral reefs.


    Don't forget to make a stop at Hon Mau Islet, which is only 20 minutes from Rach Gia by boat. Hon Mau has two sandy beaches, three rock beaches and a fishing village


    The most ideal time to visit Nam Du is between December and March when the weather is excellent and the sea is calm.


    Hon Dau is covered in forest, and tourists can go fishing and camping here.


    A wide range of delicious seafood.



    Map from Rach Gia to Nam Du

    Some tips for you when traveling in Nam Du Islands:

    1. Prepare for sea food! Tourists should bring other food with them because prices a higher due to transportation costs.

    2. Use water wisely. Do not waste it especially when you are in a homestay because fresh water is precious there. 

    3. You can hire a boat or motorbike to explore the island. Tourists can also hire fishing boats to cast their luck.