Delve deep into the heart of southern Vietnam as you explore the Mekong Delta on two wheels. Traveling by bike, you’ll get a unique perspective on this scenic area as you witness first-hand the daily lives of the region’s inhabitants. Starting from the town of Cai Be, cycle 30kms exploring the myriad of orchards, rice fields, tiny villages, canals and local temples.
Mekong Delta Cycling Tour 1 Day
After breakfast at your hotel, you will depart from Ho Chi Minh City by vehicle to the town of Cai Lay to avoid the teeming traffic. Your cycling adventure begins with a 1.5 hour ride through quiet back roads to Cai Be.
Rest and refuel as you enjoy a delicious lunch of Mekong specialties on a small Mekong island before continuing pedaling to a local garden home. Their typical Mekong Delta Vietnamese house has airy rooms surrounded by dirt paths which are perfect for exploring by bike!
The rest of the afternoon is free to bike the dirt paths surrounding the local home. In the late afternoon return to Saigon by vehicle.
(Ride up to 30 km.)
Note: An itinerary may at times be altered by our guides due to local conditions, the skill of participants and other unexpected circumstances. Our priority is always the experience and safety of our clients.
- Pick-ups and transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle as specified in the itinerary above.
- Road travel in an appropriate private vehicle for transfer and back up when cycling as itinerary (supplement luggage van to carry bike and baggage).
- The services of experienced English-speaking guides as indicated in the itinerary.
- Where necessary, entry fees for all visits as mentioned in the programme.
- Lunches and dinners, as specified, in the best local restaurants, picnics where suitable restaurants are not available.
- Good quality touring cycles for all cycling days in the programme.
- Drinking water for cycling days as itinerary.
- Snack, soft drink and local fruits for cycling days.
- VAT and other taxes.
- International flight tickets and airport tax.
- Lunches and dinners, except as specified above.
- Drinks, gratuities and personal expenses.
- Surcharges for peak season (if any)
- Compulsory meals (if any)