Da Ban Stream originates from the Ham Ninh mountain range on the Vietnamese island of Phu Quoc. It’s a popular spot for tourists and nature-lovers, who come to picnic, barbecue, hike, and relax. Although it’s hard to avoid the growing amount of garbage that is left in the area, the natural scenery steals the show, with the stream making its way through huge flat stone slabs against a lush green background. You might spot birds, fish, frogs, and lizards, along with wild fruit, orchids, mushrooms, and other flora that grow in the area. Plan a trek, take a stroll across the suspension bridge, and have a refreshing dip in the water for a full day of natural fun.
You can combine your visit to Da Ban Stream with a trip to a fish sauce factory, a pepper farm, and a sim wine factory to learn about the island's industries. Alternately, you can take a private six-hour tour of the island instead, including a barbecue lunch at the stream and round-trip transportation.
Insider’s Tip: If you plan on visiting Da Ban Stream in the early morning, be sure to bring insect repellent as there are lots of mosquitoes.
Da Ban Stream is located in the center of Phu Quoc Island, around a 30-minute drive from Duong Dong town along a bumpy (often muddy) dirt road. The best way to reach the stream is by motorbike or as part of an organized tour.