Day 1: Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) – Xeo Quyt Hidden side village – Sadec Flower Village – Chau Doc (Lunch)
Just around one hour from Saigon to Vinh Trang pagoda – the most beautiful pagoda in Mekong Delta.
We will stop at Xeo Quyt village one of the hidden village in Mekong Delta: Cajuput Forest Sampan Hand Rowing in Xeo Quyt Village.

Stop en route in the town of Sa Dec. It is one of the largest flower growing areas in the Mekong Delta. Tourists will have a chance to have a look Huynh Thuy Le ancient house where French writer Marguerite Duras wrote her famous novel “L’Amant”. Stay overnight in Chau Doc.
Day 2: Chau Doc Fish Farm Village – Tra Su Cajuput Forest – Chau Doc (Lunch)
This morning, tourists take a short boat trip to visit the fish farms in the floating village. Then visit Cham minority people village where you see the local Mosque and the way how they weave Sarong, silk and other hand-made products.

Next stop, Tra Su Cajuput Forest is a must visit destination when visiting Chau Doc. In the forest areas where there are many water hyacinths, lotuses and water lilies… Just an hour traveling trip by boat, tourists can see the lush greenery inside and many species of birds. Stay overnight in Chau Doc.
Day 3: Chau Doc – Bang Lang Stork Garden – Binh Thuy Ancient House – Can Tho City (Lunch, Dinner)
After breakfast, around 30 minutes driving to Cave Pagoda in the middle of the mountain to have a look the charming of the border of two countries.

Stop en route in the stork garden – Bang Lang stork garden and have a chance to have a look Binh Thuy ancient house. Drive to Can Tho. Stay at local homestay or hotel 3*

Day 4: Mekong Discover: Can Tho Biggest floating market: Cai Rang Floating Market – Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) (Lunch)
After breakfast, around 15 minutes driving on a small boat, you will see the busiest Cai Rang floating market. Some hundred big sized boats, small sized boats stand nearby together and create lanes with seasonal goods are loaded on boards, such as: water melons, pineapples, papayas…

To attract buyers from distance, sellers tie their goods to a pole (a long bamboo stick) to show what they sell. A stop at a big sized boat for tasting the local fruits and a local wet market will help tourists learn more about the life style of this Mekong branch. Drive to back to Saigon.

- Private transportation with A/C
- Local English speaking tour guide; other languages are -available on request
- Lunch at a local restaurant
- Bottled drinking water on the car/bus
- All entrance fee
- Private boat trip
- Homestay and Hotel 3* with daily breakfast

- Beverage/drinks on meal (if any)
- Personal expenses
- Other expenses not clearly mentioned in the Inclusion part

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Rate: Our rate is quoted in US dollars per person.




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Can Tho 

Hotel 3*


Chau Doc

Hotel 3*


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