Full-Day Mekong Delta Tour

Full-Day Tour

Private Groups


The Mekong Delta is the final destination of the mighty Mekong River which winds its way from Tibet, through China, Burma, Laos, Cambodia and finally Vietnam. An incredibly fertile region, its prime industry is food production, producing approximately half of Vietnam’s total agricultural output. Life for villages in the area revolves around the rivers and canals that make up the delta, people are more likely to transport by river than road.


Cruise Along the Mekong River

Visit Coconut Island

Visit a Local Handicraft Village

Delicious Local Lunch Included

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Tour Details


From $59 per person.

  • 1 person $245
  • 2 people $145 per person
  • 3 people $110 per person
  • 4 people $87 per person
  • 5 people $75 per person
  • 6 people $70 per person
  • 7-8 people $65 per person
  • 9+ people $59 per person

Please note – Children up to 3 years old are free of charge, while children 3-11 years old will be required to pay 75% of the adult rate. Please see our FAQs page for further pricing details.


We operate all year round, except for Vietnamese New Year, which runs from January 20th-24th, 2023

Trip specifications

Begins daily at 7:30 am and finishes at 5:00 pm

Pick-up & drop-off

We will collect and return you to any hotel located within Ho Chi Minh City.

If you are staying out of the city we can collect you for an extra charge depending on the distance. Please get in touch for prices.


  • All Entrance Fees
  • Air Conditioned Vehicle
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Machine Boat
  • Tropical Fruits
  • Two Bottles of Water
  • Full Lunch – please note we can cater for any dietary requirements just be sure to get in touch beforehand.

Not included

  • Gratuities
  • Booking fees

What to bring

  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Insect Repellent
  • Light Jacket

What to wear

Please be sensitive to the local customs and ensure you dress respectfully

Loose, free-flowing clothing is preferred given we will be visiting local communities. Knees and shoulders should be covered at all times.

Let’s Go!

Once we all jump aboard our own private vehicle and depart for the mighty Mekong River! This journey will take around three hours and will give you a chance to learn all about the course of the river and how it arrives in Vietnam from its origins in the snowy mountains of Tibet. You’ll also get to gaze at the spectacular surrounding scenery as we drive through the wonderfully fertile region. Take the chance to glimpse at the local way of life as we pass through one of the county’s agricultural hotspots.

farmers with conical hats working in rice field


Discover Cai Be & Local Vietnamese Culture

Once we arrive at Cai Be, we’ll board our private sampan (a traditional, motorized boat) to begin our unforgettable cruise along the Mekong River. This is an unmissable chance to get an insight into trading away from tourist focused markets of the city. Expect to be dazzled by an array of colours, smells and sounds. Keep your camera to hand to snap some beautiful shots!

aerial view of boats with produce


Rowing Sampan & Guided Bike Ride

After that, we’ll change to the rowing boats and go into the smaller, secluded canals of the delta. Here we can get up close and be a part of the daily life of local people and farmers. Next up, we get back on dry land while we visit Tan Phong island. After a quick stop-off at a tasty fruit orchard, we will experience the enchanting music of South-West Vietnam as we enjoy a local performance. We’ll also take a guided bicycle tour of this marvellous island. Along the way, we will visit local families and learn how they use the land to craft everything from delicate rice paper to the sturdy roofs of their homes. The families will treat us to Mekong delicacies for lunch which include freshly made spring rolls, fried pumpkin flower and beautiful braised pork soaked in coconut juice.

woman smiling in conical hat


Explore More Of The Delta By Sampan

After our special Mekong lunch, we’ll transfer back to our boat to see the handicraft of local merchants preparing coconut candy and pop-rice. Finally our last stop before heading back to Ho Chi Minh City is at the Cao Dai temple where we’ll learn the history of an ancient native religion all while being surrounded by the incredible art of the temple.

full day mekong delta tour

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