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Most visitors choose to explore the Mekong Delta by boat, but the scenic canals and lush countryside is also an idyllic backdrop for a bike tour. On this full-day cycling tour from Ho Chi Minh City, pedal to rural villages, rice paddies, and temples; enjoy a typical Vietnamese lunch at a local home; and visit traditional produce markets, wet markets, and artisan workshops.
Visiting the Mekong Delta on an independent day trip from Ho Chi Minh may mean you spend more time planning than actually experiencing the region. This full-day private trip lets you get the best from your day: by combining cycling and kayaking with opportunities to encounter local life. Paddle a kayak, cycle around orchards and farms to see and meet locals, and learn all about the delta from a guide.
Visit the Cu Chi Tunnels in a more interesting way than a typical bus tour with this boating and biking experience. You'll take a speedboat along the Saigon River followed by a bike ride along quiet roads for the chance to see a piece of rural Vietnam. Pass by a rubber plantation, rice paper factory, and a market, and take a walking tour of the tunnels to learn about their wartime history. Lunch included.
Eat your way through Ho Chi Minh City’s street food scene on this half-day tasting tour, dedicated to local favorites that many culinary tours overlook. Drop in on hole-in-the-wall restaurants, where vendors have spent decades perfecting small but tasty menus. Enjoy eight tastings, including freshly made banh mi, sugar cane drink and sweet soup dessert.
Explore the streets of Ho Chi Minh City, or Saigon, as it's also still known, on this 3.5-hour private walking tour. Visit major attractions like the War Remnants Museum, learn about the city's history, and enjoy a Vietnamese snack. Your private guide also shows you hidden gems you might otherwise miss.
See Ho Chi Minh City through the eyes of local students during a sightseeing tour with a difference. Rather than traveling by coach or car, you’ll avoid traffic as you explore on the back of a motorbike, which grants you access to places that larger vehicles can’t reach. Plus, you’ll benefit from the insider knowledge of your student guide and receive tailored recommendations to maximize your trip.
Cai Be Small Floating Market & Mekong delta 1 day from Ho Chi Minh city
- Have a look at Cai Be floating market, seeing how the local go on with their lives and business
- Visit the family-run businesses of local people: coconut candy workshop, honey bee farm, pop rice factory
- Do some cycling around local villages and fully enjoy the peaceful atmosphere here
- Enjoy a rowboat ride along small canals and fully enjoy the rustic nature
- Try making some delicious authentic dishes by yourself in a mini cooking class
- Sample some tropical fruits while listening to Traditional music of Southern Vietnamese people
Get beyond the central sites of Ho Chi Minh City’s District 1 on a half-day private motorbike tour of the city’s back alleys, hidden markets, and overlooked history. With a local guide steering the bike, wind through fascinating residential neighborhoods, stopping to learn stories about local people, visit a Cao Dai temple, browse market stalls, and sip Saigon-style coffee in a historic café. This half-day tour includes pickup and drop-off at hotels in Districts 1, 3, 5, or 10.
Get to know the history and culture of Ho Chi Minh City on a private sightseeing tour by Jeep. Traveling with a guide, you'll see a selection of the main sights, like the War Remnants Museum, the Independence Palace (aka Reunification Palace), Emperor Jade Pagoda, Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral, and Ben Thanh Market. Entrance fees are included.
Stray from the beaten path and discover places in Ho Chi Minh City that are usually only reserved for locals on a private food tour. This walking tour, which offers a more intimate glimpse into Vietnam’s second city, reveals six of the best street food joints and is led by local students for an authentic view of the city.
At night, Ho Chi Minh City comes to life. Experience the Vietnamese capital at it best during a evening food and culture tour, which provides a perfect introduction to first-time visitors. You’ll explore on the back of your guide’s scooter and stray from the tourist trail at street food stalls that offer classic Vietnamese dishes. Plus, convenient hotel pickup and drop-off ensure you won’t have to worry about finding a meeting point.
Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Ho Chi Minh City on an adventurous tour. Gain fascinating insight into the city’s rich cultural and historical heritage as you explore significant sites with a knowledgeable guide; haggle for souvenirs at Ben Thanh Market, and feast your senses on a local lunch of traditional Vietnamese cuisine. Visit the Reunification Palace and War Remnants Museum to learn of the country’s turbulent history and conclude the day with a serene stroll down tree-lined boulevards.
Journey from Ho Chi Minh City into the heart of the Mekong Delta on a small-group tour led by an experienced local guide, cruising along the mighty Mekong in a private long-tail boat. Experience this important river delta firsthand as you explore both jungle-shaded canals and wide waterways to see fishing villages, exotic fruit farms, and the rhythms of daily life. Enjoy a lunch of traditional Mekong Delta dishes and sample local specialties along the way.
Amid the bustle of the big, bad city, it can be hard to capture traditional life in Ho Chi Minh City. Stroll the streets like a local and enjoy a local’s access to the city’s most photogenic spots on this private tour. Start at a traditional coffee shop, stroll through a flower market, then explore an apartment block, an alleyway, an artists’ street, a wet market, and a colonial-era church
Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam’s largest city and the dizzying metropolis can be overwhelming for first-time visitors. This private scooter tour makes getting around easy and you’ll get to admire landmarks such as the Independence Palace and the Bitexco Tower; explore vibrant Chinatown; browse the Binh Tay, Ho Thi Ky, and Ben Thanh markets; and visit the riverside District 8.
Enjoy a full day in nature on this excursion to Cai Be and Tan Phong Island. Visit the floating market at Cai Be, learn how coconut candy and crispy rice popcorn are made, and take a Vietnamese cooking class. After lunch, cycle through fruit orchards on the island before boarding the boat back home.
Please your palate with the culinary delights of Southern Vietnam on a culinary walking tour of Ho Chi Minh City. With an expert gastronomic guide, immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of local markets and rustic restaurants to sample local specialties such as ‘bahn mi’ baguettes and popular rice dishes. Sip aromatic Saigonese coffee and refreshing beers as you explore the appetizing attractions of Ho Chi Minh City. Enjoy an intimate atmosphere on this small-group tour, where numbers are limited to just 12 fellow food lovers.
Can Tho in the Mekong Delta is famous for its floating market and canals. On this convenient day trip from Ho Chi Minh City, you can visit the highlights without the hassle of booking your own buses. You don’t even need to stay overnight, as this tour starts early and packs in Cai Rang Floating Market and Ben Tre in a single day. There’s even the chance to cycle around rural villages.
Phu Quoc is the largest island of Vietnam, located in Thailand Bay. Phu Quoc has Phu Quoc national park with many wonderful scene and lovely animals/plants, and also has its own unique specie: Phu Quoc dog, one of the oldest dog breed in the world, loves to climb up trees and catch fishes properly. Moreover, coming to Phu Quoc, visitors have their chance to witness one of the most terrible prisons in the history: Phu Quoc’s Prison, also called Coconut Tree Prison. This place nowadays still keeps many torturing tools that used to torture Viet Minh in the past. Phu Quoc prison brings the picture of a hell in Earth, where people were treated like objects! It’s horrible, but it is worthy to witness once in lifetime.
+ You'll get an amazing opportunity to mingle with the locals of SG and have a look at authentic Vietnamese lifestyle and traditional activities
+ You'll get to immerse yourself in the history of numerous sites throughout the city.
+ You'll get an overlook view of our long-lasting, ancient history.
+ You'll also gain the skills for a lifetime of making traditional coffee by yourself with the support of our friendly, considerate, and knowledgeable guides.
+ All in all, your tour guide will not only be in charge of showing you the history and cuisine of VN but will also teach you a great deal of info on the traditions and culture of our country.
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Explore Ho Chi Minh City when temperatures are cooler and crowds are dispersed on a morning walking tour. Ideal for first-time visitors, this tour orients you among Saigon’s bustle and includes Vietnamese snacks that you may not have heard of before, Plus, unlike most food tours, this experience can be tailored to suit the needs of vegans and vegetarians.
A fun walk to most popular tourist attractions in Saigon. Listen to the history and stories behind of each famous site from the unique perspective . Not only will you learn some fun and interesting facts about the places we take you on the tour, but also we will tell you things only a true Saigonese knows. Especially, we will try a typical Vietnamese coffee like a local during the tour.
Together with my co-host, Mike and Paul are studying China major. We will try to make your Experience more interesting than ever. This is a great way for you to gain some experience while sharing our unique culture with you from around the world. It’s like having a new friend to show you around, so WHY NOT?
Please note that this tour is offered for a join basic, so there maybe other guests will join with you. The maximum group size is 3-5 people. Just contact me if you need a private tour.
Ride a bike to the Cu Chi tunnels on a full-day day bicycle trip that includes private transport from Ho Chi Minh City, lunch at a local restaurant, and admission to the tunnels. Follow flat country lanes and pedal through rubber plantations, then spend the afternoon exploring the Cu Chi tunnels before returning to Ho Chi Minh City.