ACCOMMODATION AT MANGO BAY RESORT
At Mango Bay there are no air-cons, television sets or telephones in the rooms for a true fusion with nature at the island’s first eco-friendly resort. All rooms and bungalows have open sea views and offer mosquito nets, overhead fans, al fresco bathrooms, and solar powered hot water.
Verandah room: the Verandah is a large wooden and shaded area, built from 60 year-old seasoned timber. The Verandah rooms are more communal in nature and look out under the shadow of coconut palms onto the sea. 5 rooms.
Fishermen’s Family Bungalow: these are traditional Phu Quoc fishermen’s houses, transported and reassembled individually. It is spacious room, suitable for families. Outside bathrooms, natural wooden decks and four-poster beds draped with cotton mosquito nets cooled by ceiling fans. 3 bungalows.
Rammed Earth Bungalow: solid cool rammed earth walls, leaf thatched roofs and spacious decks. Outdoor bathrooms with solar powered hot water look straight out into jungle. 8 bungalows.
RESTAURANT AND OTHER SERVICES:
Restaurant: Mango Bay’s restaurant sits right on the sea, atop smooth rocks against which the waves gently lap. The restaurant is casual, open air, built on a large tree frame, with leaf-thatched roof, rammed earth walls and hand-finished aggregate floor. Mango Bay prides itself on an excellent seafood based menu. Fresh local seafood, and other ingredients are all sourced from the island’s daily markets. They are cooked with love and presented simply and beautifully.
Services: tour desk for fishing, snorkeling, scuba diving, sightseeing tour, car and motor-bike rental.
How to get there:
By air: Vietnam Airlines ATR72 aircraft fly 2-3 times/day from Ho Chi Minh and back.
By Ferry: Public boats ply between An Thoi and Rach Gia.