Mekong Delta Homestay
Take in life along the Mekong River and enjoy the atmosphere of the beautiful, natural seaside
Experience local life unfold where everyday tasks such as fishing, farming and production is taking place.
Pay visits to local floating markets where sellers and buyers are bargaining and exchanging their goods from their boats
Cycling to explore the area and see the daily life of the locals.
|Trip Length:||3 Day(s) 2 Night(s)|
Adults: to years of age
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Your guide will meet you in the lobby of your hotel in Ho Chi Minh.
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Meals: 2 breakfast, 3 lunches, 2 dinners
Accommodation: 1 night in 3-star hotel with private bathroom in Can Tho and home stay in Ben Tre
Transport: Private mini bus from hotel in Ho Chi Minh to the home stay and from homes tay to hotel in Ho Chi Minh
Miscellaneous: English speaking guide and entrances fees
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Travel Insurance (Compulsory)
Tips & Gratuities
Pick up from your hotel at 08:00 – 8:30 and depart for Cai Be. This trip provides a look at a wide variety of the life and scenery of the delta. On the way, you can see green rice paddy fields stretching towards the horizon. After arrival in Cai Be, we take a sampan cruise to visit a rice paper-making workshop, pop rice cake and visit Mr Vo’s ancient house. Known as one of the most ancient houses in the Southern of Vietnam, the house was built over 100 years ago. Then we will have a motorized boat trip through cannels, stop at a local home and enjoy the local tropical fruits and listening to folk music.
After that we will change to a small rowing boat and move in a small channel. Have lunch on island before we return to the pier. From here, we drive to Can Tho town. On arrival, we check in the hotel. Have dinner and stay overnight at hotel in Can Tho.
Meals: Lunch, dinner
Accommodation: Overnight at a 3 star Hotel in Can Tho
Day 2: Cai Rang floating market – Ben Tre (121kms)
After early breakfast, at 07:00 you will move to visit Cai Rang Floating Market - the biggest and busiest wholesale floating market of Vietnam where not only local people but people from all over the Mekong delta come to exchange their farming products. Then we will visit a rice husking mill and rice noodle making shop to more thoroughly understand the Mekong delta life. Come to local home Mr 10 Cuong to visit a Cocoa garden. Here, we have time to enjoy a cup of cocoa milk while the host introduces the way to grow cocoa tree and produce chocolate by handmade.
Then we leave Can Tho and drive to Ben Tre. Have lunch on arrival. Then we will move to visit a coconut processing workshop. You will see each period to make production from coconut fruit and make biological fertilizer. Check in homestay. You will attend a cooking class, learn how to make simple local dishes and have dinner with some dishes it make by your hand. Overnight at homestay in Ben Tre.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Accommodation: Overnight at a Local Homestay
Day 3: Ben Tre Biking - Ho Chi Minh City (180kms)
After breakfast at home stay, we get bicycles and start biking to a morning local market. It’s best place to buy fresh vegetable and fruits after that biking around vegetable farm and shady paths. Discover the real life in village, visit coconut candy workshop and local Cao Dai temple (8 km). Get along riverside to go back the town. (3km) and have a look at many kinds of fruit for sale displayed on the sidewalk in town. Stop at farmer house for seeing mat weaving. Riding to Mr Sau Khanh ‘s house to see ancient ceramic set. Many antiques are from dynasties and French period.
Turn back home stay for relax. Cruise to Ben Tre Pier. Stop to visit a brickyard to see how local people make brick by hand. Get on land and visit Ben Tre museum to indicate Ben Tre people's revolutionary struggle and vestiges of the American War. We will have time to see Ben Tre market before driving to Ho Chi Minh City.
End of the trip.
Meals: Breakfast, lunch
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