6 Days
Easy, Moderate
Sai Gon ,Tra Vinh , Can Tho , Chau Doc , Cao Lanh , Sadec ,An Binh Island , Cai Be

Cycling Mekong Delta Unique Tour 6Days

Itinerary: Sai Gon – Tra Vinh – Can Tho – Chau Doc – Cao Lanh – Sadec – An Binh Island – Cai Be – Saigon

Biking Tours in the Mekong Delta let travellers experience and enjoy unique culture as well as stunning landscape of Mekong Delta in Vietnam. Mekong Delta is the biggest rice bucket of Vietnam comprising multiple complexes of rivers, cannels, vast stretch rice fields that leave Mekong Delta in Vietnam an amazing destination for travellers in Vietnam. The biking tours in Mekong delta allow travellers enjoying biking in stunning Mekong Delta…
The Mekong Delta bike ride is one of best places for cycling in Vietnam since the region offers flat and back roads. The biking trails are easy and appropriate for amateurs, family travel, holidays with kids. This 5-day bike tour starts from Ho Chi Minh city, Saigon taking you to such places as An Binh island, Vinh Long, Tra Vinh, Mo Cay, Tieu Can, Can Tho, Long Xuyen, Sa Dec…where you enjoy not only cycling but great local food, peaceful rural scenery, meeting up with local friendly villagers.

Transport by A/C mini van, bus, truck
Trek & Giant MTB, helmets, spare parts, aid kits, tool kits
Entrance fees, boat ride, tickets
B=Breakfast, L=Lunch as mentioned in the tour itinerary
For daily cycling only: Water, snacks, fresh fruits, wet towels
3 nights in 2-3 star hotels, room share
Experienced English speaking bike guides
Travel insurance
Other personal expenses
Drinks at restaurants

Additional information

Day 1: Sai Gon – Tra Vinh (L) (25-45 km)
Enjoy an hour and half morning driving on the old high way 1A to Ben Tre province. Start riding 20 km from Ben Tre city to Mo Cay town. Visit local workshops on the way, such as coconut fiber and coconut jelly shops. Stop for lunch in this town, after lunch, then cycle 20 km on beautiful country roads to a boat station. Relax 30 minutes on boat crossing Co Chien river, then ride a further 7 km to hotel in city center of Tra Vinh.
Day 2: Tra Vinh – Can Tho (B/L) (50-90 km)
In the morning, we start to cycle from the hotel, cycle past temples of Khmer people. Tra Vinh city is considered the homeland of Khmer. Most of them are industrious farmers. They make three crops of rice per year. Continue riding through huge rice fields, visit Khmer temples. You will have the opportunity to see Theravada monks working on a farm. Have lunch at Cau Ke town. In the afternoon, we continue biking to Tra On, then take country roads and cross many small natural creeks by ferry to Can Tho city.
Day 3: Can Tho- Chau Doc (B/L) (50-90 Km)
We will have an early start by boat to the biggest floating market in the Mekong, where the locals come to exchange farm products from boat to boat every morning. Disembark from your boat and ride to the outskirts of O-Mon, then transfer to Long Xuyen city for lunch. In the afternoon, have another transfer to Tri Ton where we begin ride to Ba Chuc killing field, and have a short visit the memorial before we bike to Chau Doc, via Tinh Bien, Nha Ban town. Overnight in Chau Doc.
Day 4: Chau Doc – Cao Lanh (B/L) (50-70 km)
Chau Doc is located west of the Mekong Delta between upper and lower branches of the Mekong River. The town is famous as the gateway between Vietnam to Cambodia. Enjoy an hour motorboat trip to a floating village and Cham village, visit a mosque and sarong workshop. Check out of the hotel and cross lower river to Chau Giang Dist. Ride on dirt track to Cho Moi, pedal past Hoa Hao Buddhist Holly pagoda, keep pedaling to Cho Moi for lunch. We take a public ferry to visit a Monastery, which was built 120 years ago by the French. This is the first Monastery building site in Indochina, established in 1874. Ride to Cao Lanh city. Spend the night in town
Day 5: Cao Lanh – Sadec – An Binh Island, Cai Be (B/L/D) (40-60 km)
Have breakfast and take a ferry to the other side of upper brand of Mekong River. Start biking to Sadec, ride past flower and ornamental gardens. Visit “Huynh Thuy Le’s house”, the house made famous in the 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. Sadec is one of the few towns in Mekong Delta which still has the remains numerous colonial buildings from the French colonist in Indochina. After lunch, continue to cycle to Xeo Quyt base. Enjoy rowing boat ride and trekking with Viet Cong guide. Continue biking on lowland of Dong Thap Muoi, crossing a system of man-made canals to Cai Be where you stay in local house on the An Binh Island.
Day 6: Cai Be – Saigon (B/L) (20-35 km)
Start to ride from home-stay, stop to visit one of the oldest ancient house in CaiBe town. Ride on foot paths to rural area of My Tho city. Have a short transfer to restaurant for lunch before driving back to Saigon. Tour end!

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