North of Duong Duong is the picturesque village of Cua Can which has a variety of old wooden bridges passable only on foot or by motorbike. While the village is fairly small, it does have a couple of places to relax for a roadside drink before heading on to the secluded beaches to the north of the island.
Covering close to 70% of the island, Phu Quoc National Park was established by the Government in 2001. Located to the north and sharing its boundaries with the northern & eastern coastline, it’s an area of outstanding natural beauty and bio-diversity. The park has an abundance of species of plants and several types of coral reefs as well as streams; the most sizable being the Rach Cua Can river which flows into the Gulf of Thailand on the West Coast of the Island, just north of Cua Can Village.