Cycling 4D/3N Saigon - Ben Tre - Can Tho - Long Xuyen - Ha Tien

Tour code VBT: MBT4 - SGN - HT Road surfaces Mixed dirty track, concrete path, country back road
Tour lenth 4 days/ nights Cycling distance 230 - 280km
No. of cycling days 4 full days Group size Mi: 02 - Max: 04
Tour meets in HCM Tour ends in Ha Tien
What's included What's not included

 Tour code  VBT: MBT4A - SGN - HT  Duration  4 days/ 3 nights
 No. of cycling days  3 full days and a half  Distance  230 - 280 km
 Minimum ages to ride  9  Group size  Mi: 02 - Max: 04
 Tour meets  in HCM   Tour ends  in Ha Tien
 Road surface  Mixed dirty track, concrete path and country back roads
 What's included  What's not included
- A/C van takes up all cyclists and luggage - Personal travel insurance
- Truck to carry all bikes and spare bikes, tool kits - Single accommodation
- New Giant MTB, wheel size: 27.5" hydraulic brakes - Other personal expenses
- Helmets, new botles of water - Drinks are not included with any meal
- All entrance fees and boat rides  
- All ferry tickets in countryside  
- B = 3 Breakfasts, L = 4 Lunches, D = 3 Dinners  
- Daily cold water, snack, fresh fruits and facial tissues  
- 3 nights: double room and twin share  
- Experienced English speaking bike guides  
- Pick up & drop off at hotels  








 Day 01

 HCM - My Tho - Ben Tre


 Cycling + transfer

 25 - 45 km 


 Day 02

 Ben Tre - Vinh Long - Can Tho

   Cycling + transfer

 30 - 70 km 


 Day 03

 Can Tho - Co Do - Long Xuyen


 Cycling + transfer

30 - 80 km 


Day 04

 Long Xuyen - Tri Ton - Ha Tien


 Cycling + tranfser

30 km+



Tour prices are based on hotel categories & group size 

 Make your own arrangements  3 star accommodation  3 - 4 star accommodation
 If you wish to arrange accommodations by   your own on entire trip! We'll revise the  trip cost. - US$595 per person - 2 persons
- US$565 per person - 3 persons
- US$535 per person - 4 persons
- US$625 per person - 2 persons
- US$595 per person - 3 persons
- US$565 per person - 4 persons

Day 1: Saigon - Long An - My Tho - Ben Tre
We spend an hour driving on van/bus to Long An city, the first town in Mekong Delta from Saigon. The morning ride is about 25 km on countryside rural roads, going through dragon vegetable farming; pennywort…….and corn plantation and ride paddy fields. You will have many stops on the way so you can visit family workshop, have photo taken and enjoy coffee and fruit at local market on the ways. We will have lunch served at nice restaurant in My Tho city. On your cycling adventures in the afternoon, we will ride pass fruit gardens, nice and lively villages that locals doing their business at home. We arrive at local home-stay and stay peaceful night in countryside.

  • 25 - 45km, easy/moderate
  • Lunch/ Dinner

Day 2: Ben Tre - Cai Mon - Cho Lach - Vinh Long - Can Tho 
Nursery gardens, ornamental plants and bonsai trees are knew in Cai Mon and Cho Lach, ben Tre province. Binh Hoa Phuoc is a village belong to Vinh Long province and it grows of many kinds of tropical fruit; rambutan, longan and grapefruit. Your full day cycling has two sections. In the morning, we will experience local life of gardeners and learning technique of growing baby trees and ornamentals on the way we bike from Ham Luong to Cai Mon and to Cho Lach. In the afternoon, we continue cycling on paths by small branches of Mekong River and the rest of the today we cycle on single track along Mekong River and cross Co Chien River by Dinh Khao ferry. Then we relax our legs on van to Can Tho city.

  • 30 - 70km, easy/moderate
  • Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner

Day 3: Can Tho - Thoi Lai - Co Do - Long Xuyen
Anyone had been to Can Tho and seen busy floating market and will never forget it!. A boat ride will take you to floating market before your biking starts. We cycle through Phong Dien’ countryside, the areas owns many small natural creeks across many villages. After a fruit stop at Phong Dien, we continue to pedal our bike on track by river, enjoy daily activities of local on rivers; grocery  boats advertising plastic household goods, cargo boats selling sands for building, small fast boat bring pigs, ducks to local markets and many small ferries taking passengers to further side. We will stop for lunch in town of Thoi Lai. Then we continue to hit the paths and ride to Co Do and to Long Xuyen. In the afternoon, you will cycle deeply into and bicycling on paths along manmade canals as you racing with local boats, and water taxi, cargo boats and sampan. The main mean transportation over here is waterways. At the of afternoon’ ride, we have a 30 minute transfer by van/bus to hotel in Long Xuyen city.

  • 30 - 80km easy/moderate
  • Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner

Day 4: Long Xuyen – Tri Ton - Ha Tien
Our bike adventures of today is to cross a farmland  with 40km as its diameter. It was really quiet and not so many people live here before 1975. But today is a nice place for bike adventures because governments encouraged people from big city moving to this place to make settlement. It’s the chance for us see the new thing today and we explore this area by bicycle about 35 to 45 km. By cycling in the afternoon, we ride to Ba Chuc villages, stopping at killing memorial before we continue to rock and roll our cycling adventures to Ha Tien. Tour End!

  • 35 - 80km, easy/moderate
  • Breakfast/ Lunch


Anne and Terry from Australia

Hi Van, We had a great trip - our guide Thang was great, everything went like clockwork - we did a lot of eating of all sorts of food we never would have tried on our own or known what to order as we told Thang we were interested in trying foods, he introduced us to iced coffee and we had one or two every day. The bikes were good, minivan driver excellent and as we expected our bums a little sore at end of day 3 but what we expected. Our three days were excellent but I strongly suggest you change the last night hotel. I tell you this as I also own my own business and feedback is important - I strongly think you need to change the hotel. We will write good report on trip adviser and will recommend you to others as we did not see another westerner on the days we were on the bike as you promised. 16 Jan 2012

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