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MEKONG DELTA: MY THO - BEN TRE - CAN THO

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Mekong Tours offers the best package from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) to visit Ben Tre, My Tho, Can Tho, Chau Doc, where is a wet land of Mekong River Delta Region of Vietnam. Mekong Tours departures from Ho Chi Minh City, then take the sampan in the system of narrow canals of Ben Tre or My Tho through the flooded Co-co nut forest in Ben Tre, then reaching up the islands (Turtle Island, Phoenix Island, Dragon Island and Unicorn Island) in the mighty Mekong River, to visit tropical orchards and enjoy the fresh fruits. One of the impressive feature of Mekong tours to travelers being enjoyable with fresh-tropical fruits in the local gardens, watching and listen the traditional music and performances of the Southerners of Vietnam. On this chance of Mekong tours to discover the local life expressing on the Floating market (Cai Be Floating Market, Cai Rang Floating Market), traveler should spend 2 days and 1 night in Can Tho on Mekong tours, in the early morning of Can Tho city, on the short walking to Ninh Kieu Quay then take a boat trip to visit floating market at 6 Am, when is the most bustling time of the market, buyers, sellers and tourists coming together on the same time, more experience of Mekong tours to stay overnight on homestay or the boats or cruises in the side of Mekong Delta river.

  • Departure : Every Saturday
  • Duration : 2 Day 1 Night
  • Vehicles : Car
  • Vehicles return : Car
  • Starting place : HCMC
  • Destination : My Tho, Ben Tre, Can Tho

    It is said that “not being in Cai Rang floating market means not knowing the land of Tay Do – an old name of Can Tho”. Cai Rang floating market, one of the famous floating markets of the Southwest, specializes in selling fruits and agricultural products of the whole region. 
     Every early morning, hundred boats gather together where their owners start to sell agri - products. To be recognized easily, they hang out product samples on a long bamboo (called Cay Beo) in front of the boats, so that they do not need to cry their wares as in mainland market.