2-Night Tours

Explore the many cultures that have influenced the Mekong Delta aboard our three-day cruise. Your itinerary may explore: Can Tho, Vietnam’s so-called “Western Capital”, known for its scenic floating market; Sa Dec, a tiny town bursting with Indochinese influences; Long Xuyen, home to idyllic Tiger Island, a wholesale floating market and a historic local house where you will enjoy an unforgettable candlelit dinner; Chau Doc, gateway to the fantastic Tra Su Bird Sanctuary, and jumping off point for onward travel to Phnom Penh, Cambodia; and Rach Gia, gateway to the beautiful island of Phu Quoc.

From Can Tho

DEEP IN THE DELTA

Can Tho - Sa Dec - Chau Doc

PRICE: From VND 8,300,000 / person

Travel low and slow on a private 2-night cruise through the Mekong Delta, from Cai Be (gateway to Ho Chi Minh City) to Chau Doc on the Vietnam – Cambodia border. Experience the highlights of the Delta, including endless rice fields, tropical fruit gardens, and French-era architecture, by bicycle, walking tours, and cruise aboard the comfortable Song Xanh sampan. Memorable meals include lunch in a colonial-inspired plantation house and a candlelit dinner in a historic century-old home.

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1-Day tours

Just two hours from the bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, the Mekong Delta beckons with its postcard-pretty farmscapes and quiet, slow-paced charm. The “Rice Bowl” of Vietnam is irrigated by thousands of kilometres of waterways, making cruising the perfect way to explore this picturesque region where farming and fishing rule the day. For those with limited time, a day trip to the Mekong Delta offers a tantalising glimpse into how much of Vietnam looks, outside the big cities.

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1-Night tours

Experience a different side of the Mekong Delta with an overnight cruise, allowing you to awaken with the sun as village life begins to stir. Travel low and slow aboard the stylishly comfortable Song Xanh sampan through this most peaceful of settings made up of emerald green rice paddies, colourful fishing boats, and life lived on the riverbanks much like in decades past.

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