Vietnam Motorbike Tour to Mekong Delta
Early in the morning, enjoy the sunrise and trust me, you don't want to miss Vietnamese coffee! (cà phê sữa đá). visit the rice noodles factory where you can find out how rice noodles is made. Moreover, after a careful watch, you can give it a try!! The special thing in the tour is the cocoa garden. Walking around a lovely garden and making CHOCOLATE, enjoy the COCOA WINE or some local FRUITS that you can pick by yourself. Extra bonus: you'll find out the secrets of making cocoa butter - it's handmade and it smells delicious too! For lunch, we can cook at the garden like spring rolls, fried fish and many others! Or go to the pancake restaurant and enjoy Bánh Xèo ( special Vietnamese pancake with meat and veggies dipped with fish sauce)! Hope you like it!!!!
Come visit and explore local food and culture of the Mekong Delta. You can take a deep breath of fresh air as you walk through many orchards and drift down the interlace river system. You can visit the markets on the river and listen to Vietnamese traditional music. You will be surprised by the generosity and hospitality of the locals there.
A short ride by motorbike takes you to the famed site of the Cu Chi tunnels. The nerve centre for the Vietnamese army where they mounted surprise attacks against both the French and the American invasions. Despite the heavy damage of the region, it has since been rebuilt and now Cu Chi has been become a major producer of rubber trees, vegetables and rice. Tràm Chim National Park is situated in Tháp Mười, Đồng Tháp Province, an ideal destination for nature lovers( well – known for endless rice paddies and vast lotus ponds ). This national park was created to protect several rare birds, especially the Sarus Crane, a species listed in the IUCN Red Book.
Take a short motorbike excursion out of Saigon and into the rich Vietnamese landscape covered by lush, green rice paddies, quiet rivers and an area with rich local flavour. Visit the historical site of Lăng Hoàng Gia palace in Go Cong lying on the coastline of Tieng Giang province, and take in the beauty of the vast cherry plantations. Enjoy a beachfront lunch as you gaze over hundreds of clam collectors hard at work off shore. In Ben Tre, ‘The Coconut Kingdom’, have a lovely stay in a home stay deep in the jungle, experience the local industries of hand crafted brooms, coconut factories, mat-weaving workshops and brick factories. Cap off the day with lunch in a traditional Mekong Delta house.
The flatlands of the Mekong Delta are perfect for a cycling adventure! You share quiet back roads with the locals whose preferred means of travel is by bike. This tour also combines boat trips on the Mekong River to explore bustling floating markets and an over night stay in a guesthouse on Binh Hoa Phuoc Island.Highlight: Ho Chi Minh – Vinh Long – Can Tho – Thot Not – Chau Doc – Mekong Detail – Biking
Mekong Delta Cycling Tours. This bicycle tour will take you to a former Viet Cong base in a mangrove forest. Then you will have a chance to visit Sadec, the oldest town in the Mekong Delta. Leave Saigon for the Delta in the morning, enjoy two hours driving south on the freeway to Tieng Giang province. Visit the Viet Cong base in Dong Thap. Sedec town can not to be missed. It was featured in the Hollywood movie The Lover, with Margueti Duras, set in Sadec from 1928 to 1932, in which a French teenage girl embarks on a reckless and forbidden romance with a wealthy, older Chinese man. Road surfaces: paths & trails.
Cycling ChauDoc to Ho Chi Minh. Visit the house of THE LOVER in Sadec town. Cycle past the flower plantation in countryside of Sadec and spend the night in Cao Lanh city. On weekends, a lively farmer’s market takes place just a few blocks from our hotel, selling everything from fish to fresh cut flowers. This bicycle trip will take you to water chestnut fields as you cycling past lotus fields and flower gardens. Road surfaces: bumpy rural roads, concrete roads and paths.
Cycling tour on country roads in Mekong Delta region (Mekong Delta tours), the peaceful countryside landscapes of the southern provinces have attracted local and international travelers to the Mekong Delta region for many years. A leisurely day can be spent rowing through the canals in small boats, watching the daily life of local people and visiting orchards to taste the typical fruits of the region.Recently some tour operators have introduced bicycle tours in the area, giving travelers, especially those from abroad, more options to explore the daily life of the locals by cycling through villages and paddy fields in the region. Among those tour providers, Green Trail Tours has designed some bicycle tours to the Mekong Delta region especially for expats and international travelers. Here are the details of these tours.
Experience living in the Mekong Delta and explore it by boat, bike. On this trip, you will be taken to Ben Tre- the kingdom of coconut trees in Vietnam and Mekong’s untouched lands. In addition, you will be staying in traditional Vietnamese houses and will have opportunities to interact with the local people. Not only will you be able to visit the local floating market, but you can even help the locals cook some Vietnamese dishes
Cycling home-stay Mekong Delta. Most locals living along the river bank, They use waterway as a main mean of transport. That’s why boats are more important than motorcycles and bicycle in the rural area. Please, join us to see the daily life on Mekong River and its people.|The Mekong Delta is the southernmost region of Vietnam. It is often referred to as the rice bowl of Vietnam as it produces three harvests per year. The fertile Mekong Delta is also famous for its tropical fruits and flowers gardens. Cycling is a great way to see the countryside and life of the locals. This 2 day trip is a combination of an easy biking tour & Home stay at a local house.
An ideal way to discover Mekong delta is by bicycles, it brings to travelers the many varied aspects of this watery Delta. This moderate grade cycling trip is a combination of cycling, boating, visits to cottage industries, fruit gardens, floating markets, locals” homes” and offers you a great chance to explore Mekong delta in a different way…
The majority of Vietnam’s fruits come from the Mekong Delta. Tien Giang is one the province supplies tropical fruits almost all year round. Cai Be floating market and its town are busy exchanging farm products every day. People can find a variety of tropical fruits that are produced by farmers of this region in the markets of Saigon, Hue, and Ha Noi Cycling distance: 50 – 60 km Road surfaces: trails & paths Best time to go: All year round.
The majority of Vietnam’s fruits come from the Mekong Delta. Tien Giang is one the province supplies tropical fruits almost all year round. Cai Be floating market and its town are busy exchanging farm products everyday. People can find a variety of tropical fruits that are produced by farmers of this region in the markets of Saigon, Hue, and Ha Noi. Cycling distance: 25 – 45 km Road surfaces: trails & paths Best time to go: All year round