Ho Chi Minh - Mekong Delta
Day 1: Ho Chi Minh Arrival – City Tour Half Day
Afternoon: You will visit Handicraft workshop, Reunification Palace, The Notre Dame Cathedral, The General Post Office, City Hall. Back to your hotel around at 17:00. Accommodation in the hotel in Ho Chi Minh city.
Day 2: Saigon – My Tho – Ben Tre – Can Tho
Leave the hotel for My Tho in the morning. Uppon arrival, take a wooden motor boat to Unicorn Island. On this boat along the river’s bank, you’ll be passing through natural creeks, quiet villages and watch rural people going to work. You will see an interesting fishermen’s port, stilt houses (half on land, half on water). One of the boat’s stops during this trip is at a large orchard that has many different types of tasty tropical fruits for your enjoyments.
Day 3: Can Tho – Phong Dien – Cai Rang floating market – Chau Doc
After breakfast, boarding a motor boat for a long distance trip to discover the area’s largest marketplace…on water! Then cruising through small channels to visit a rice noodle making village, a large rice mill, and more fruit gardens. Experience the “monkey Bridge “in the Delta. Visiting another floating marketplace and its surroundings before breaking for lunch and bus to Chau Doc via Long Xuyen to visit crocodile farm. Arriving Chau Doc. Visit the famous and the sacred Sam mountain for its panoramic view over the vast plains into Cambodia. Accommodation in the hotel in Chau Doc.
Day 4: Chau Doc – Saigon
After breakfast. By local ferry, travel downs the canals and backwaters of the main Mekong Channel to a Cham tribal village. Take rowing boat through the village and visit a catfish farm. After that return to Saigon. Back to Ho Chi Minh city around at 18:00. Accommodation in the hotel in Ho Chi Minh city.
Day 5: Cao Dai Temple – Cu Chi Tunnel
After breakfast in the hotel, we will depart for Tay Ninh – a province 95 kms South East of HCMC, close to Cambodia border. The Cao Dai Temple is like a Walt Disney fantasia of the East. Its exterior is decorated with multi-colored dragons of all shapes and sizes competing for space with a number of swastikas. Above the main entrance is the all-seeing holy eye, the symbol of the Cao Dai sect. The interior is just as engaging as statues of Jesus Christ, Buddha and the Hindu god, Brahma, stand side by side.
Day 6: Ho Chi Minh Departure (B)
After breakfast, you will get free time until your flight depart. Our driver will pick off you 2.5 hours before departure time. Tour end here.
Including: Transport; Local guide; Entry tickets; Boat trips; Hotel
Not including: Drinks and personal expenses; Other services not mentioned in the itinerary
Ho Chi Minh - Cu Chi - Vung Tau
Day 1: Hochiminh City Arrival
Arrival at Tan Son Nhat airport. Meet and transfer to hotel. A short sightseeing tour of Ho chiminh City : Notre Dame Cathedral,China town Thien Hau Temple, BenThanh market . Accommodation in the hotel in Hochiminh city.
Day 2: HoChiMinh -Vungtau.
In the morning, we go for City sightseeing including Reunification Palace, War Crime Museum
Then depart to Vung tau Beach resort . Check in and free time for seabathing. Visit White Village of Bao Dai - the last king of Vietnam, visit biggest Buddha statue and the retreat of crown prince Nirvana - the Cham`s relics. Accommodation in Vungtau.
Day 3: VungTau - Cuchi -Hochiminh
In the morning, we return to Hochiminh City by car and on the way back to Ho Chi Minh City we will stop in Cu Chi underground tunnels. We will visit the Cu Chi where is 70 km northwest away from HCM City, Cu Chi tunnels are a popular tourist destination for domestic and foreign tourists. The system is about 200 km long tunnel, including accommodation, meeting rooms, clinics, kitchens, storage of weapons and ventilation. . Accommodation in the hotel in Hochiminh city.
Day 4: Hochiminh City - Departure
Free at leasure till transfer to the airport.
Including: Full transportation as tour program indicated; English/French - speaking guide; Entrance fees; Accommodation with daily breakfast;
Not including: Drinks; Other services not mentioned in the itinerary; Personal expenses