Located off the south-east coast of mainland Vietnam, the Con Dao archipelago of islands was initially settled by the British East India Company in 1702.
15 hours and then connecting flight
Vietnam is 6 hours ahead of GMT
British citizens can travel for up to 15 days without a visa. For up to 30 days you can get an e-visa online.
The driest time to visit Con Dao is from November to February, though the seas are calmest from March to July. The rainy season lasts from June to September, but there are also northeast and southwest monsoons in autumn that can bring heavy winds. September and October are the hottest months, but even then the cool island breezes make Con Dao relatively comfortable when compared with Ho Chi Minh City.
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