SAIGON – PHU QUOC ESCAPE
Leave the noise and bustle of Saigon, Vietnam’s largest city, behind and go through the Mekong Delta to experience local people’s everyday lives and boiling…Read more
Your guide and driver will meet you in Saigon in the morning and transport you to the scenic Mekong River Delta, leaving the hustle and bustle of the city behind. Board your private sampan to explore Cai Be floating market, passing by various local house industries to learn about traditional rice paste production, rice popcorn, coco sweets, and the drying process of longans. Lunch is served at Le Longanier Restaurant, an Indochinese villa set in a lush garden by the river. Your sampan will continue on its journey to Vinh Long. You will be able to view typical Mekong delta rural life and visit bonsai gardens along the way. Many people are unaware of the existence of these evergreen islands in the Mekong River. Your driver will be waiting on the opposite side of the river to take you on a 45-minute ride to Can Tho, the largest city on the Mekong, a vibrant town with a vibrant waterfront and a colorful mix of small back alleyways and huge boulevards that allow for some exciting exploring. You have the rest of the day free.
Accommodation: Hotel in Can Tho.
- Accommodations are available at the Victoria Resort and the Saigon Phu Quoc Resort.
- Breakfast and meals as specified in the itinerary.
- Private car with air conditioning.
- From Rach Gia to Phu Quoc by speedboat.
- Flight from Phu Quoc to Saigon.
- English or French-speaking guide.
- Entrance prices, shows, boat rides, and excursions are all included.
- Travel insurance.
- Vietnam Visa stamp fee.
- Gratuities for tour guides/ drivers.
- Other personal expenses.
Cancellation/ Booking Policy
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