Nam Du-íslands - consist of twenty one large and small islands collectively known as the Nam Du archipelago. There are 4 large islands with a relatively decent infrastructure that makes exploring a bit easier. These are: Hon Lon, Hon Dau, Hon Ngang and Hon Mau. You can have a boat made by the locals and travel to these islands.
The immense blue sea and sky, imposing mountains erupting amidst the ocean, endless evergreen primeval forests, long stunning beaches and splendid rock cliffs of Nam Du Archipelago in Kien Giang Province have seen it compared to the ‘new wonder of the world’ that is Halong Bay in Quang Ninh Province.
It takes five hours to reach the Nam Du Islands,
About Nam Du (area ~ 40 square km) is part of Kien Hai district, a district consisting of 73 islands, with Hon Tre Island, the administrative capital of the district, about 25 km away.
Nam Du is located 83 km (52 mi) west of the city of Rach Gia, the capital of Kien Giang Province, and 40 km south of Phu Quoc District, the more famous island archipelago in Vietnam.
The terrain at Nam Du is mountainous and very rugged, formed as a result of seismic activity in the area, with the highest point at 309 meters above sea level.
The Nam Du - Rach Gia sailing route