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Small-Group Mekong Delta Experience by Speedboat

Highlights
  • Mekong Delta speedboat and rowboat tour from Ho Chi Minh City
  • Includes a light breakfast and chef-prepared lunch featuring local cuisine
  • Learn about life and culture in the Mekong Delta
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Small-Group Mekong Delta Experience by Speedboat
From US$112.00
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Small-Group Mekong Delta Experience by Speedboat
US$112.00
Overview
Explore the Mekong Delta on a speedboat tour from Ho Chi Minh City, following the Saigon River into a network of canals. Stop to visit villages, a Cao Dai temple, and more, including a chef-prepared lunch at a pagoda. Traveling by speedboat means you can visit the Mekong Delta directly from Ho Chi Minh City, trading a long bus trip for more time on the water.
What to Expect
Meet a guide at your Ho Chi Minh City hotel for transfer to the central pier, then enjoy a light breakfast as your speedboat sets out along the Saigon River.

Learn about the history and ecology of the Mekong Delta while navigating a network of canals and channels, and step off the boat at Tuong Van Pagoda for a walking tour. Return to the speedboat and continue downriver to a colorful market, then slip beneath a tropical canopy as you reach smaller and smaller tributaries.

Board a rowboat for a canal trip to a Mekong Delta village, with the option to taste fresh coconut, Mekong whiskey, and locally made wine. A traditional lunch will be served at a nearby pagoda before the tour continues to a Cao Dai temple and a Buddhist orphanage, the final stops of the day. Enjoy the afternoon light on the water during the return trip to Ho Chi Minh City, where a guide will transfer you to your hotel.
Reviews (152)
1 - 5 of 82 reviews
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Great tiem

We enjoyed this tour! Tony, our guide, was wonderful as well as the other boat staff. We were extremely well fed, as much fresh tropical fruit you can handle. It was fun to go in to the countryside. Take this tour if you want to...More

Thank Ricci L
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Speedy visit to Mekong Delta

Visiting the Mekong Delta by high speed boat is a must - getting there is really interesting as you pass by lots of different suburbs of Saigon (some of the poorer areas are an eye opener). The small group was great and we were looked...More

1  Thank Passport535140
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Excellent tour

Our tour guide arrived to our hotel on time. He was very knowledgeable about the people, culture & area in general. He also had a great sense of humor. We were well fed & had plenty of cold water, sodas & ice tea to drink....More

1  Thank Ben B
Reviewed 1 week ago
Worth It If You Have The Funds

This is an excellent trip. You can do the same thing much cheaper by taking the bus tour but this was a lovely way to travel by river and see the sights and no traffic hold-up. The boat goes quite fast so staying cool is...More

Thank EddieOnTour
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Best tour

We didn’t want to spend any time on a bus to get to a boat tour. What’s the point ? We had a great tour. We were well looked after by our guide Henry who was very knowledgeable and had good English. We were offered...More

Thank rolling_stoneKent
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nicole j
21 September 2018|
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Response from Ali V | Reviewed this property |
Our tour got back to the launch area around 4.
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Agnelo M
31 August 2018|
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Response from Richsaundersnz | Reviewed this property |
Hi You need to send that question to the company sorry. Good luck
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kelli2910
28 July 2018|
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Response from Richsaundersnz | Reviewed this property |
Hi Not that I recall other than at the lunch stop where they had bathrooms.
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