• Thailand and Vietnam Adventure: 25-Day Combined Journey

    Duration: 25 Days
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  • Embark on a breathtaking journey that weaves together the splendor of two Southeast Asian gems: Thailand and Vietnam. Kickstart your adventure in the heart-stopping buzz of Bangkok, Thailand's vibrant capital, where every corner has its own story. Dive into the bustling life at the Damnoen Saduak floating market before catching a night train to Chiang Mai. Here, embrace the grandeur of Doi Inthanon National Park, the mystique of the Golden Triangle, and the sacred vibes of Doi Suthep. Don't miss a unique encounter with elephants at a jungle sanctuary in Chiang Mai that's bound to etch itself into your memory.

    Next up, Vietnam awaits with its enchanting Hanoi, a city of lively lanes and preserved heritage. The journey takes a serene turn at the Pu Luong Nature Reserve, a breathtaking oasis, before unveiling the hidden treasures of Ninh Binh and the majestic Bai Tu Long Bay. Step into imperial history in Hue, cross the picturesque Hai Van Pass, and fall for Hoi An's timeless charm, with its cobblestone streets and pristine beaches. Saigon then greets you with its dynamic fusion of tradition and modernity, leading to a rural escapade in Ben Tre and Can Tho.

    This trip is a mesmerizing blend of mysticism, nature, history, and culture, culminating in a return to Bangkok for a final farewell, leaving you with a heart full of unforgettable memories.


    • Off-the-Beaten-Path Exploration: Wander beyond the usual in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Hanoi, and other quaint towns, enriched by seasoned guides unveiling the secrets of each destination.
    • Romantic Cruise: Enjoy an intimate experience in Halong Bay, cruising the less-traveled Bai Tu Long Bay with an exceptional private cabin.
    • Immersive Stay: Live like the locals in Phu Luong, diving into the simplicity and authenticity of their daily life.
    • Rural Discoveries: Bike through picturesque villages in Kanchanaburi, Chiang Mai, and Hue, forging connections with local farmers.
    • Authentic Gastronomy: Savor local specialties in Bac Ha, Sapa, and Ha Long, complemented by traditional cooking classes and memorable meals.
    • Local Craftsmanship: Delve into the artisan world in Chiang Mai and Hoi An, from conical hat making to traditional mat weaving.
    • Paradisiacal Relaxation: Unwind on Hoi An's immaculate beaches, basking in the radiant sun of Koh Rong island during winter.

    Itinerary in brief:Thailand and Vietnam Adventure

    Day 01: Arrival in Bangkok & Leisure
    Day 02: Bangkok City Tour
    Day 03: Bangkok - Damnoen Saduak - Bangkok - Overnight Train to Chiang Mai
    Day 04: Chiang Mai - Doi Inthanon National Park
    Day 05: Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai Sightseeing
    Day 06: Chiang Rai - Golden Triangle
    Day 07: Golden Triangle - Chiang Mai - Visit Doi Suthep & Village
    Day 08: Chiang Mai - Elephant Jungle Sanctuary
    Day 09: Chiang Mai - Free Day - Flight to Hanoi & Leisure
    Day 10: Hanoi City Tour
    Day 11: Hanoi - Pu Luong Reserve - Trekking / Lodge
    Day 12: Pu Luong Reserve - Trekking / Lodge
    Day 13: Pu Luong Reserve - Ninh Binh - Authentic Villages
    Day 14: Ninh Binh - Land Halong Bay
    Day 15: Ninh Binh - Bai Tu Long Bay - Cruise & Overnight on Board
    Day 16: Halong Bay - Hanoi - Overnight Train to Hue
    Day 17: Hue - Imperial Sites
    Day 18: Hue - Lang Co Beach - Hai Van Pass - Hoi An
    Day 19: Hoi An - Old Town & Authentic Village
    Day 20: Hoi An - Free Day at the Beach
    Day 21: Hoi An - Free Day at the Beach - Flight to Saigon
    Day 22: Saigon City Tour
    Day 23: Saigon - Ben Tre - Nam Hien Homestay
    Day 24: Nam Hien Homestay - Cycling Tour - Can Tho
    Day 25: Can Tho - Con Son Island - Saigon - Flight to Bangkok - Departure Flight

    • Ability to change the duration and direction of the program
    • Possibility of an extension in Thailand or Myanmar 


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  • Day 1: Arrival in Bangkok & Free Time

    Land at Bangkok airport, welcomed by Tonkin Voyage's driver for a guideless city transfer. Check into your hotel (rooms available from 2 PM) and enjoy some free time for personal discovery. The glorious history of Thailand's capital, Bangkok, is intimately tied to the reigning Chakri dynasty. Meal on your own. Overnight in Bangkok.

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, Meals: None

    Day 2: Bangkok City Tour

    After breakfast at the hotel, start your morning with a visit to the grand Royal Palace, the ceremonial heart of the Thai royal family. In the same complex, marvel at the magnificent Wat Phra Kaew, home to the Emerald Buddha. Continue to Wat Pho, the giant reclining Buddha's abode.

    In the afternoon, explore the vibrant Chinatown, Bangkok's liveliest district, famed for its diverse culinary offerings from the region. Visit Wat Traimit, known for its Golden Buddha. Then, embark on a long-tail boat excursion along the Chao Phraya River and its bustling inner canals, offering fantastic glimpses of local life. Stop by Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn, before returning to the hotel for some relaxation time. Meal on your own. Overnight in Bangkok.

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast

    Day 3: Bangkok to Maeklong, Damnoen Saduak, and Night Train to Chiang Mai

    After breakfast, venture just a short drive from Bangkok's busy streets, where the high-rise urban landscape melts into a lush green rural idyll. This day trip to Samut Songkhram province, an hour from the capital, unveils the traditional charms of Thai countryside.

    Start with a visit to Mae Klong railway market, a unique market that clears the tracks whenever a train passes through. Then, proceed to the touristy yet iconic Damnoen Saduak floating market. Enjoy a leisurely paddle boat ride through the canals to witness the old part of the floating market and canal-side local life. After wandering through the vibrant market, return to Bangkok to catch the night train to Chiang Mai (2nd class). Meal on your own. Overnight on the train.

    Included: Private transport, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast, Train Bangkok – Chiang Mai

    Day 4: Chiang Mai – Doi Inthanon National Park

    Bright and early, our guide and driver greeted us at the train station, ready to whisk us away to a local restaurant or hotel for a hearty breakfast. The adventure of the day was heading to Doi Inthanon National Park, which meant a scenic 2-hour drive to reach Thailand's highest peak. The anticipation was palpable.

    Upon arrival, we embarked on a 2-3 hour trek through the jungle, following a narrow mountain trail that promised wonders. The highlight? A stunning hidden waterfall nestled within the lush greenery. It was like stepping into a lost world. Our path wound through farmland showcasing coffee plantations, flower farms, and picturesque terraced rice fields before reaching the Pagagayaw Karen hill tribe village. Here, we savored locally grown coffee, its rich aroma a perfect complement to the surrounding beauty. Our next stop was the Vachiratharn Waterfall, a breathtaking 70-meter cascade, where the fresh, cool spray was a welcome refreshment.

    Before heading back to Chiang Mai, we admired the beautiful architecture of Nopamaytanidol Chedi and Phra Mahatat Nopaphon Bhumisiri, erected to honor the 60th anniversaries of King Bhumibol and Queen Sirikit. It was a fitting end to an unforgettable day.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, English-speaking guide, entrance fees, breakfast.

    Day 5: Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai

    After breakfast at the hotel, we set off for Chiang Rai, taking the scenic route through Doi Saket, with its rolling hills, valleys, and quaint villages. A pit stop at the Mae Khachan hot spring provided a delightful break for coffee, restroom needs, and a foot soak in the spring waters. Wat Rong Khun, the stunning White Temple, was next, dazzling us with its white color and glittering glass in the plaster under the sunlight.

    Lunch was at our leisure at a local restaurant, followed by a peaceful cruise on the Mae Kok River from Chiang Rai to a Karen village, where we had the chance to see or even feed elephants. The evening was ours to relax at the hotel in Chiang Rai, dinner on our own.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, English-speaking guide, entrance fees, breakfast.

    Day 6: Chiang Rai – Mae Salong – Golden Triangle - Chiang Rai

    Breakfast at the hotel kicked off our day of exploration. First up was Doi Mae Salong, with its lush green hillsides dotted with tea plantations, where we tasted some of the region's exquisite tea. We visited the Akha village of Loyo and the Lisu village of Ban Haygo, each offering a glimpse into diverse ethnic cultures.

    Our journey continued to Mae Sai, the northernmost point of Thailand and a bustling border market with Myanmar. Then, it was off to the Golden Triangle, where we marveled at the confluence of Thailand, Myanmar, and Laos from a long-tail boat on the Laos side and a hilltop view.

    Back in Chiang Rai for the night, we reflected on the day's rich experiences.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, English-speaking guide, entrance fees, breakfast.

    Day 7: Chiang Rai – Chiang Mai

    The morning saw us embarking on a 3-hour drive back to Chiang Mai. Our destination was the famed Doi Suthep hill, with its iconic pagoda accessible via a 306-step staircase flanked by giant nagas. The panoramic view from the top was simply breathtaking.

    Next, we visited Doi Pui and the Hmong village, offering a fascinating mix of traditional and modern life. The market's blend of mass-produced and handmade items, including traditional Hmong clothing, was a testament to the village's vibrant culture.

    As we returned to Chiang Mai for our final night, the journey's end was bittersweet, filled with memories of landscapes, cultures, and flavors we'd never forget.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, English-speaking guide, entrance fees, breakfast.

    Day 8: Chiang Mai - Elephant Jungle Sanctuary

    We started the day with an early breakfast at the hotel before setting off on a group tour with an English-speaking guide and shared transfer to the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary. The drive took us about an hour and a half south of Chiang Mai, through rolling hills, dense forests, and local farmlands.

    Upon arrival around 10:30 am, we met our guide and trekked for about 10-15 minutes through the jungle to the sanctuary. There, we donned traditional Karen clothes and received an insightful lesson on elephant anatomy, history, and behavior.

    By 11:00 am, it was time to meet the elephants. Feeding, interacting, and playing with these gentle giants in their natural habitat was an enriching experience. We learned about their histories and behaviors, snapping plenty of photos along the way.

    Lunch was a delightful affair with Thai dishes and fresh fruits at noon, followed by learning how to make medicinal herb balls for the elephants, feeding them, and then walking with them to the river for a bath and brush session.

    At 2:00 pm, we joined the elephants for a therapeutic mud spa, followed by swimming in the river and more photo opportunities.

    After changing clothes and saying goodbye to our new elephant friends at 3:00 pm, we left the sanctuary, arriving back in Chiang Mai around 5:00 to 5:30 pm.

    Dinner was on our own, and we spent another night in Chiang Mai, reflecting on the unforgettable experiences of the day.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, English-speaking guide, entrance fees, meals: breakfast, lunch.

    Day 9: Chiang Rai – Flight to Hanoi

    After breakfast at the hotel, we had the morning free for personal discovery. At 10:30 am, we transferred to the airport for our 13:20 flight to Hanoi with Thai AirAsia, arriving at 14:50. Our driver welcomed us and took us to our hotel for the night, with meals on our own.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, meals: breakfast.

    Day 10: Hanoi City Tour

    Breakfast at the hotel was followed by an 8:00 am departure for a tour to discover Hanoi. We started with a walking tour to explore the city's millennia-old history, culture, and traditions, followed by a cyclo ride through the old quarter and the French quarter, discovering landmarks like the Opera House, Indochina Bank, the former Superior Residence of Tonkin (Sofitel Metropole Hotel), the medicinal plant street, the cathedral, and the surroundings of Hoan Kiem Lake.

    We then took a heritage walk along West Lake, visiting Tran Quoc Pagoda, Hanoi's oldest pagoda, and Quan Thanh Temple, a sacred pilgrimage site dating back to the 11th century.

    In the afternoon, we visited the Temple of Literature, an important cultural and historical monument of Hanoi, showcasing the ancient Vietnamese culture.

    Our exploration continued to Phung Hung mural street, capturing images of ancient and contemporary city life on the walls under the viaduct. We wandered through Dong Xuan Market, the city's largest market, and a local market at its back, vibrant with life and encounters.

    We finished our day by discovering the Long Bien Bridge, a colonial-era structure offering stunning views of the Red River and a glimpse into the city's bustling life.

    Dinner was on our own, with another night spent in Hanoi.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, English-speaking guide, entrance fees, meals: breakfast.

    Day 11: Hanoi – Pu Luong Nature Reserve

    After breakfast, we transferred to Pu Luong (165 km – about 4 hours' drive), with several stops to admire the stunning landscapes and take photos of the terraced rice fields.

    Upon arrival at Pu Luong Retreat, we checked in and enjoyed lunch at the lodge.

    Then, we transferred to a suspension bridge over the Cham River to start our walk, exploring magnificent waterwheels and learning how water is moved from the river through handmade bamboo aqueducts.

    After reaching the picturesque Lap Tan bridge, we returned to the lodge to change clothes. Dinner and overnight stay at the lodge.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, English-speaking guide, entrance fees, meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.

    Day 12: Pu Luong – Walks in Pho Doan – Ban Hieu

    Breakfast at the Lodge set the tone for a day of exploration, with two options for experiencing Pu Luong's beauty.

    Option 1 offered an easier trek through villages and terraced rice fields, revealing a picturesque village nestled at the foot of a mountain. The journey included a walk along the Ma River, a visit to Pho Doan market, and a 2-hour walk to Ban Hieu, with lunch at a local home.

    Option 2 promised a more challenging hike but with even more authentic landscapes. We trekked through villages, terraced fields, and diverse terrain, enjoying a simple picnic lunch and the refreshing waters of a nearby river before returning to the lodge.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, English-speaking guide, entrance fees, lunch, dinner.

    Day 13: Pu Luong to Ninh Binh – Authentic Villages

    We kicked off the day with breakfast before setting off for Ninh Binh, a mesmerizing 3.5-hour drive away, known as "Halong Bay on Land" for its limestone hills and lush vegetation. Upon arrival, we explored the ancient capital of Hoa Lu, diving into the history of Emperors Dinh Tien Hoang and Le Dai Hanh.

    Climbing Mount Truong Yen offered a panoramic view over Truong Yen village, its ancient houses, and limestone mountains encircled by rice fields. The afternoon brought us to Kim Son to marvel at the unique Phat Diem Cathedral, blending Buddhist pagoda and Catholic church architectures.

    A visit to Mrs. Thom in Yen Khanh let us wander through the village, discovering traditional crafts like mat weaving and rice noodle making, guided by the local villagers. We ended the day back at our hotel, with the evening free to explore.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, English-speaking guide, entrance fees, breakfast, lunch.

    Day 14: Ninh Binh - Halong Bay on Land

    After breakfast, we dedicated the day to exploring Ninh Binh's stunning landscapes. An early morning bamboo boat ride in Thung Nham avoided the crowds, gliding through flooded rice fields and karst peaks. Next, we visited Bich Dong Pagoda, nestled on Ngu Nhac Mountain, a serene setting featured in the film "Indochine."

    In the afternoon, a walk or bike ride took us to Thai Vi Temple amidst rice fields and mountains, showcasing the local life and landscapes. The journey continued to Hang Mua, climbing 486 stone steps for a breathtaking view of the "Halong Bay on Land."

    We returned to our hotel, with the evening at leisure.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, English-speaking guide, entrance fees, breakfast.

    Day 15: Ninh Binh to Lan Ha Bay - Overnight Cruise

    Breakfast at the hotel was followed by a drive to Hai Phong and a ferry to Cat Ba Island. Boarding our junk at Ben Beo, we sailed through Lan Ha Bay, enjoying a seafood lunch and a kayak trip through a tunnel to a secluded lake.

    The afternoon offered relaxation and a sunset view in a tranquil bay, far from other boats. Dinner and overnight were on board, promising serene moments under the stars.

    Included: Private transport, cabin with private bath, bilingual guide on board, entrance fees, lunch, dinner.

    Day 16: Lan Ha Bay to Hanoi - Overnight Train to Hue

    An early start allowed us to soak in the sunrise and enjoy breakfast before exploring Lan Ha Bay's beaches and floating villages. A bike ride in Viet Hai village immersed us in local life within the national park.

    After returning to the boat and checking out, we lunched near Van Boi before disembarking on Cat Ba Island. The afternoon journey took us back to Hanoi, in time for our overnight train to Hue, departing at 7:30 pm.

    Included: Private transport, bilingual guide on board, entrance fees, breakfast, lunch onboard, Hanoi-Hue train ticket.

    Day 17: Hue – Imperial Visits

    Arriving in Hue at 8:50 am, we were greeted and taken for a local breakfast of BUN BO HUE. The day's visits began with Dong Ba Market, the Imperial City resembling Beijing's Forbidden City, and a traditional house-garden, showcasing Hue's architectural heritage.

    We visited Thien Mu Pagoda, Hue's iconic symbol, and the serene Tu Duc Emperor's Tomb, learning about the Nguyen Dynasty and French colonial history. The day concluded with visits to a local incense and conical hat-making family.

    In the evening, we transferred to the hotel, with dinner at our discretion.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, English-speaking guide, entrance fees, breakfast, lunch.

    Day 18: Hue to Hoi An via Lang Co Beach and Hai Van Pass

    After breakfast, we met our driver for the scenic transfer to Lang Co, where we had the chance to explore the beautiful beach and its fishing village. Then we continued our journey to Hoi An via Danang, a drive of approximately 120 km or 3 hours. The route took us through the Hai Van Pass, offering a breathtaking panorama of Central Vietnam's coast. We arrived in Hoi An in the late afternoon, with the evening free to explore and overnight in Hoi An.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, breakfast.

    Day 19: Hoi An - Authentic Villages & Old Town

    Starting the day with breakfast at the hotel, at 8:00 am, we embarked on a bicycle ride (about 5km) towards the Van Lang fisherman village and the Bay Mau water coconut forest. This 7ha area, surrounded by mangrove forests, canals, and coconut-covered houses, was a hideout during the Vietnam War and is now known for its seafood products. A village stroll and a cruise in a "Thung chai" (basket boat) introduced us to traditional fishing techniques and the coconut forest.

    We continued our bike ride to Tra Que vegetable village (about 7km), famous for its herbs, mint, and basil. We learned about the village's history, vegetable cultivation, and their use in traditional Vietnamese medicine. After touring the gardens, we joined the farmers in preparing and fertilizing the land with lake seaweed, participating in gardening activities.

    Returning to Hoi An's city center (about 4km) for lunch, the afternoon was dedicated to exploring the UNESCO-listed Old Town. We admired the classical Vietnamese architecture, visited the Pottery Museum, the 200-year-old Tam Ky House, the 17th-century Japanese Covered Bridge, Chinese temples (Cantonese Congregation and Fujian Congregation), Tran Family Chapel, and the vibrant market. The evening was free for leisure and overnight in Hoi An.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, English-speaking guide, entrance fees, breakfast.

    Day 20: Hoi An - Free Day

    Breakfast at the hotel was followed by a free day for personal exploration of the city or relaxing at the beach. Meals were on your own, with another night's stay in Hoi An.

    Included: Accommodation, breakfast.

    Day 21: Hoi An to Da Nang - Flight to Sai Gon

    After breakfast, we transferred without a guide to Da Nang airport for our flight to Sai Gon. Upon arrival, we were welcomed and transferred to the city for check-in. The afternoon was free for personal discovery. Meals were on your own, with overnight in Sai Gon.

    Included: Private transport, accommodation, breakfast.

    Day 22: Sai Gon. City Tour

    Breakfast at your hotel.

    Saigon, or Ho Chi Minh City since 1976, is both the largest city and the economic lung of Vietnam. Commerce thrives here, and as a sign of the times, new skyscrapers emerge from the ground every year.

    8:30 AM: Walking tour for an orientation visit of the city's historical sites: the Old Saigon Post Office, the largest post office in the country, built in the early 20th century by the French Postal Administration; Notre-Dame Cathedral, constructed between 1877 and 1883; Dong Khoi Street (formerly Catinat Street appreciated by the French) with all its luxury shops and lively atmosphere.

    Continue your day's visit with the Reunification Palace, which served as the Presidential Palace of the South during the separation period between North and South Vietnam before 1975.

    In the afternoon, visit the history museum and explore the Chinese district of Cholon, particularly the Thien Hau Pagoda and the lively Binh Tay Market, where you can find absolutely everything you can imagine, all in a warm atmosphere.

    Then visit the Ao Dai Museum in Ho Chi Minh City, a sanctuary of the Vietnamese dress, near the Bitexco building.

    Finally, you will head to the BITEXCO FINANCIAL TOWER. Located in the historical district of Saigon, the Bitexco Tower is 262 meters tall with 68 floors, making it the tallest building in Saigon. It symbolizes the modernization of Vietnam and its economic development. The 49th floor of the financial tower, known as the sky deck, is open to the public. The sky deck offers a breathtaking 360-degree view of Saigon. You can walk around the floor and enjoy the panorama. You may also have a coffee or a drink (at your expense).

    Meals on your own. Overnight in Sai Gon.

    Includes: Private transport, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast

    Day 23: Sai Gon – Ben Tre – Nam Hien Lodge

    Breakfast at your hotel.

    8:30 AM: Departure with the guide towards Ben Tre.

    Upon arrival in Ben Tre, you board a local boat. This takes you on the river, to discover the daily activities of its inhabitants. You can witness, among other things, the making of bricks and coconut fiber. Seasonal fruit tasting. Continue to the Cai Son and Nhon Thanh canals where local families specialize in mat making. Walk or motorized vehicle (xe loi) ride through the rice fields and vegetable plots to discover the surroundings.

    Free lunch before boarding a boat again to explore the Cai Coi canal.

    Finally, transfer to Chơ Lach where you will settle in at Mr. Năm Hiền's rural lodge, located in the heart of the green region. You will meet a three-generation family in a typical delta house. In front of this house, in the orchard of grapefruit and longan trees, after crossing a charming little bridge, you will find a large prestigious wooden house in an old style with traditional decorations from Southern Vietnam. Mr. Năm tries to revive certain values of the region through his lodge. 24 precious wood columns, carved objects, ancient furniture, the ancestors' altar… give you an image of the life of wealthy families in the feudal era. The house's tiles remain from the 18th century.

    In the evening, participate in cooking with Mr. Năm's family. Dinner included. Overnight in a private room.

    Includes: Private transport, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast, Dinner.

    Day 24: Nam Hien Lodge. Visit – Can Tho

    Breakfast at Nam Hien Lodge.

    In the morning, bike ride on the beautiful village paths to meet the inhabitants of Chợ Lách. During the walk, you will admire the fauna and flora of the Mekong Delta region and then visit a pagoda next to the river. You take a detour to the Chợ Lách market. It is divided into 2 parts. The first is a food market selling different fruits, fish, and shellfish. The second is dedicated to textile products where you can find gift and souvenir items.

    Next, by car, visit the Cái Mơn bonsai village about 12km from the Lodge. This place is an important supplier of bonsais and nurseries for the major cities of southern Vietnam. You can meet a nurseryman who will introduce you to this beautiful profession, and you may be tempted by a little walk in this charming village. The end of the lunar year (in January), when the plants are ready to be delivered to other regions of the country, is the best time to visit.

    Return to Nam Hien Lodge for lunch included.

    In the afternoon, drive to Can Tho where you arrive in mid-afternoon.

    Visit the old Binh Thuy house (8km) or the old communal house. Then, check into your hotel, and you are free for your own exploration. Dinner on your own. Overnight in Can Tho

    Includes: Private transport, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    Day 25: Can Tho. Floating Market - Con Son Island – Sai Gon – Departure Flight

    Early morning, motorboat ride to visit the Cai Rang floating market. You will appreciate the wide variety of products sold at the market, from well-known fruits like mangoes and bananas to more exotic ones like mangosteens, milk apples, sweet longans, and aromatic durians. Fully satisfied with the sweet smells and fruity flavors of the market, return to your hotel for breakfast.

    Then, transfer to the CÔ BẮC pier where you board a LOCAL FERRY and cruise towards CON SON island. Upon arrival, visit the Con Son Fishing Village where you will find around fifty fish ponds of various colorful fish types. You can then feed the fish. Next, cruise to a fruit garden where you will see different types of seasonal fruits that you will enjoy tasting.

    Finally, return by FERRY to the pier where your driver awaits you for the return trip to Sai Gon (200km – 4 hours' drive) heading to the airport for your departure flight. Meals on your own. Overnight on board.

    Includes: Private transport, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast

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    This trip is private and therefore can be altered to suit your needs, date of commencement and budget requirements.

    Prices vary due to a number of specifics:

    • Seasonal: during high season (October-April), the prices of services are generally higher when compared to the low season (May-September).
    • The number of participants: the more of you that travel together the less you will pay!
    • The choice of hotels: Fairly obvious one here; a 5-star hotel can cost ten times as much as a 2 star hotel.
    • The activities during the trip: Two trips on the same itinerary and of the same length can have two different prices depending on the number and nature of activities included.
    • The booking date: In some cases, booking your trip late can drastically affect prices due to their low availability.
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