MEKONG FLOATING MARKETS

  • Homestay hospitality
  • Floating markets
  • Tropical fruit orchards
  • Boat trip
  • Sai gon
  • Vinh Long
  • Can Tho

3 DAYS

PRIVATE TOUR

FROM

$520 AUD / $580 NZD

"Great way to meet the Mekong Delta locals and enjoy their hospitality with a homestay".
Mike Keenan - Owner

Enjoy the colourful waterways of the Mekong Delta, taste the abundant varieties of tropical fruits, enjoy the hospitality of a local homestay and capture the iconic floating market on film in the early morning.

  • DAY 01

    Can Tho

    Departing Ho Chi Minh City we travel 4 hours south in to the heart of the Mekong Delta to Can Tho.

    After checking in to your hotel you explore the Mekong Delta and visit a local village that specialises in making bamboo baskets.

    You continue to a nearby Stork Sanctuary to enjoy the peaceful natural environment and see thousands of storks nesting.

    Tonight we stay in a local hotel.

  • DAY 02

    Vinh Long - Homestay

    An early start to enjoy sunrise and visit the colourful Cai Rang floating market when it comes alive very early in the day.

    You visit lush orchards to eat delicious tropical fruits and see fascinating cottage industries so famous with the industrious Mekong Delta community.

    This evening you enjoy the hospitality of a local family in a homestay.

  • DAY 03

    Saigon

    On the way back to Ho Chi Minh City we visit the Cai Be floating market.

Accommodation

  • 3 Star hotel (1 night)
  • Homestay (1 night)

Inclusions

  • 2 x Breakfast
  • 1 x Dinner
  • All transfers
  • English speaking guide
  • Boat tour

We are experienced Asia travel specialists and designers of tailor- made private tours. Get in touch to start the booking conversation.

Guaranteed departure with groups of 4 or more. Also available as a private trip

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