It’s a nice morning on the island. Great weather. Clear and beautiful sky. Not hot and no rain (it’s supposed to rain like crazy in September here). We’re not gonna share with you this story if nothing weird happened.

Maybe it’s not that weird but yes, it’s unusual.

We received a phone call from a resort which was not so far from the farm. Here’s what they said:

“There’s a Huge beehive on a tree, can you come and get them. Otherwise, our hotel will get rid of them”.

Giant Asian honeybees are waiting to move to a safe place

Without any hesitation, we grabbed our bee stuff, ran to the place and rescued our friends.

You know in Vietnam, fear of bees is a norm. And people usually react by burning or spraying them.

We’re just doing everything we could to help locals and visitors know that: Bees are our dearest friends and they’re struggling to survive. They need our help, not our punishment.

The rescued bees' transition to a new home at Phu Quoc Bee Farm
The rescued bees’ transition to their new home in our bee garden

This saying comes with all our love and understanding towards others who may not get why we all need bees.

Knowing it’s quite risky for you to handle bees yourself. No worries, we’re here to roll up our sleeves to help you.

So if you happen to see a bee colony somewhere in your house, your garden, your workplace, please call us.

Here’s our Bee Helpline: 0966 663 365

On behalf of the bees, thank you so much for bee-ing so brave and kind! 🙏❤

Please don’t burn bees!
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    Is this your own honey farm?

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