Meandering the Mekong Delta 7 days

Introduction

For seven action-packed days of exploring Vietnam's Mekong Delta by bicycle with Vietnam Backroads, you'll discover non-touristy sites and many exciting places where Westerners are rarely be seen. Ride as far as the coast of the Mekong Delta and also the mountains along the Cambodian border. Meet friendly people, experience the ways locals earning a living, enjoy beautiful landscapes, explore traditional villages, jungle and ride on good quality bikes of Saigon Bike Shop To learn different cultures from many ethnic groups; Khmer, Cham Muslim, Chinese and Vietnamese. 

Tour details

Price
USD $1015.00 1015.00
Tour code
VBR: 7H - MBT
Duration
Number Of cycling days
7 days
Single supplement
225.00$
Average distance per day
45km
Bike Hire
US$105
Total cycling distance
405km
Destination
Ages to ride
14 years old
Tour meets
Tour ends
Small group
02
Large Group
14
What's included
Private A/C vehicle takes up all cyclists, luggage
Truck to carry all bikes
New Giant MTBs, wheel size 27.5, hydraulic brake
Helmets, bottles of water, tools kit
6 nights, double room/ twin room
All entrance fees, boat rides
B= 6 Breakfasts, L= 7 Lunches, D= 6 Dinners
Daily snack, cold water, soft drinks, facial tissues
Pick up/ drop off at hotels
Bike mechanic
English speaking guide throughout the tour
What's not included
Personal travel insurance
Other personal expenses
Single supplement
Visa to Vietnam
International Flight
Drinks are not included with any meal

Full Itinerary

Day
1
Saigon - Ben Tre - Tra Vinh

We depart from Saigon in the morning with an hour vehicle transfer of 45 km to the gateway of the delta, Tan An. You cycle along the narrow village roads with lush green views of rice paddies and fruit orchards, enjoy the most beautiful scenic countryside, ride on varied terrains, concrete, dirt lance through dense vegetation, and discover the authentic local life along the hamlets. Following lunch in My Tho, we have a short transfer to Ha Luong River, Ben Tre, to continue the day's ride in the afternoon.


The rural Districts offers peaceful landscapes, amazing gravel roads, and dirt paths weaving rural farms and villages. You will wander through hamlets, across the water channels by small ferry boats, and ride on several narrow bridges without rails. The final ferry takes you to the other side of Co Chien River to Tra Vinh.

Cuu Long/ Nha Khach Tinh Uy hotels
Lunch/ Dinner
25 - 50km
Flat - rural paths
Day
2
Tra Vinh - Soc Trang - Bac Lieu

Following leisurely breakfast, a 10-minutes transfer us to a rural village, and we bike on the open-air paths. Your guide will lead you to ride, enjoy scenic landscapes, and learn about the cultural features of the Khmer Empire. Four ethnic groups live in Vietnam's Mekong Delta; Khmer, Chinese, Cham and Vietnamese. Most Khmer reside in Tra Vinh and Soc Trang provinces, and they are one of the godliest Buhhdist believers. Their homes are not far from colourful temples, and they live in tiny houses, but the temples are massive with colourful, detailed patterns, unique architectural styles. The routes are smooth concrete paths through beautiful hamlets, green rice paddy fields, and country farms. Khmer monks often walkthrough for food from their community, but they never ask for anything from villagers. This is a great opportunity for us to experience and photos taken. Visit the beautiful Khmer temples, learn the Khmer history and culture from the monks and locals. We ride past thatched houses on the way to Cau Quan via Tieu Can.


Enjoy lunch in the small town, and then we cross the Mekong River through Dung Islet to Dai Ngai by ferry boat. Ride trails along the Mekong River, and experience locals living in the country farms, fish farmings, shrimp farms, sugar cane plantations and thatched house hamlets. Finally, we enjoy the last ferry to Dai Ngai and end today's ride with a  transfer to Ba Lieu in the late afternoon.

Tran Vinh hotel
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
25 - 60km
Flat - rural paths
Day
3
Bac Lieu - Nga Nam floating market - Rach Gia

After breakfast, take some photos, and admire the most elegant colonial building in the town, the wealthiest landlord house in Mekong Delta before 1975. He ordered more than 90% of building materials from France with a well-known French architect. Built-in 1919. Tran Trinh Huy was the son of a family of 4 daughters and 3 sons, and he spent money like the water. Two men fell in love with a beautiful girl, and both tried to appeal to her with money, gold, and luxury Citroen cars. It was difficult for the girl to make her decision. Eventually, two men agreed to take a gamble to burn their money notes to cook congee. Each cooked one pan filled up rice, water on the same size pans. The beautiful girl was the referee and the witness from the beginning to the end. 


Check out the hotel for a 20-minute vehicle transfer out of the town. Explore verdant agricultural lands and remove Chinese, Vietnamese hamlets where purely agricultural lands are huge paddies and small hamlets with fewer people. The locals still use Vietnamese water buffalos, cows for works, but not many Japanese buffaloes in small villages. It's simple to understand that Japanese buffaloes are more expensive. It's funny that there is not any market along the villages, but we can enjoy a snack, fresh fruits, drinks from grocery shops. Do remember! Foreigners are rarely seen here in the hamlets. Take a chance to explore the undeveloped rural hamlets with plenty of small wooden bridges, enjoy watching tiny thatched houses, cross man-made canals, and rustic farms to Nga Nam township. Nga Nam (five different waterways meet at one point) is famous for its floating market because it's natural with small sampan boats. This market opens every day and the whole day as well. Of course, it's more crowded in the morning, but still busy at noontime. You will have a sampan boat paddled through it slowly past waterfront villages—lunch en route.


We will have an hour and a half vehicle transfer to Ben Nhut to enjoy an hour and half pleasant ride to Minh Luong to avoid the heat. Explore the river full of water hyacinth, small fishing village, and finally have transferred to Rach Gia city

Hoa Binh Rach Gia resort
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
65km
Flat - rural paths
Day
4
Rach Gia - Tri Ton - Tra Su forest - Chau Doc

Today's highlights are the historic Ba Chuc killing village and Tra Su forest. After breakfast at the hotel, we travel on the road, a 30-minute transfer west of Rach Gia to a tiny town for today's ride to Chau Doc. In the morning, we ride to Ba Chuc, the fertility of Mekong land offers the vast farmlands and agricultural canals system. Under the shade of cajeput trees, we take it easy and ride along the dams, past some families making oils from cajeput, melaleuca's leaves. It's one of the traditional medications and has been used for years. We will see locals farming on the endless verdant farmlands and sampans moving along canals. 


Stop at the Ba Chuc village, visit it's memorial that worship more than 3 thousand people. The village is closed to the Cambodia border, and Pol Pot attached it in 1978. Then we break for lunch in a small town. We wander through Khmer hamlets with palm trees in their surroundings. There are some smaller towns along, and most people here live essentially on farming. Views the mountain spectacle and undulate on back roads to Tra Su forest. The forest is about 800,000-hectare forest is home to an astounding number of wading birds. The rainy season is the best time for breeding. We will have the sampan boat paddled and the motorized boat long, narrow channels when plenty of storks, herons, birds, and bats are returning home to sleep. Afterwards, we cycle through the parks, passing the lotus fields, and the colourful pagoda, and we end up on today's ride in Sam mountain.


Take a rest, and transfer up to Sam Mountain Loge Resort. Relax your legs by the pool, admire the sunset, and looking over the Cambodia border. 

Sam Mountain Lodge
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
45km
Flat - rural paths
Day
5
Chau Doc - Cho Moi - Cao Lanh

Enjoy an hour motorized boat to catfish farms and floating villages. Then we bike on a small road along Bassac River, past Muslim villages, the local market and verdant vegetation, pedal along Bassac River. Muslim Cham Ethnic is the second largest group after Viet Kinh people living in small Chau Doc town. Women still weave traditional clothing at home, and the particular is the sarong. There are plenty of chances for us to learn about different cultures. Take a small ferry to cross Bassac River to wetlands- Dong Thap province. 


We stop at the local market by the river, have fresh snack fruits, and find something interesting; next, we cycle through stilted house villages, colourful Buddhist temples and mingle with children on pushbikes on rural roads. Lunch in Cho Moi town. During the French colonial period, the French travelled from Saigon to Siem Reap by steamboats, and the French discovered the Angkor Wat. Followed by the Angkor Wat, the French structured the Monastery and churches in later years. The complex of Roman Catholic structures on the island is astonishing. The most striking is Cu Lao Gieng Church, built by a French priest named Gazignol between 1879 and 1889 with construction materials brought in from France.


In the afternoon, we take a leisurely ride through the Gieng island, views the Monastery, and its surroundings from the bridge, look over fish farms on the river, pass many fruit orchards to the ferry. Share space with locals on a ferry crossing to the lush green rural Dist, and we continue biking through mango orchards and on small concrete paths to Cao Lanh City.

Sao Mai hotel
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
30 - 70km
Flat - rural paths
Day
6
Cao Lanh - Sadec - Can Tho

The drowsy former capital of Dong Thap province, Sadec, is a comparatively peaceful city of tree-lined streets and fading colonial villas. Cao Lanh is a new town after 1975, and there were many Viet Cong" camps and bases during the Vietnam war. So far, the yearly flooded season from late September to early November almost destroyed them while Sadec is an old town built by the French, and it became known to tourists since the movie "The Lover" had published. Marguerite Duras's love story is about when she fell in love with a local man before 1932. You can see the difference between new and old. 


Following the hearty breakfast, we ride on a narrow lane from the town to the outskirts of the town. Start to explore villagers' morning activities, pass tiny markets, have a ferry crossing, explore a beautiful route through flowery villages, flower plantations, and lunch at the ancient house of Huynh Thuy Le. The afternoon leisurely ride as we cycle slowly and enjoy the scenic scenery. We pass a village making rice power and sweet potato plantation. Take a rest on the vehicle transfer to Can Tho city. Check-in the hotel, and take the rest of the day and have dinner in town.
 

TTC Hotel Premium - Can Tho
Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner
25 - 60km
Flat - rural paths
Day
7
Can Tho - Vinh Long - Saigon

On the last morning of the tour, we’ll take a motorized boat to check out the lively floating market. Cai Rang is the real floating market full of wholesales and retail boats. You could see literally hundreds of big and small boats every morning to buy and sell just about anything you can imagine – freshly harvested fruit and vegetables, rice, and even noodle soup, broken rice, and coffee are also for sale aboard a tiny boat or another! Primarily, you can see many grocery boats and floating houses around you. Then we explore some of the hidden secrets of the Phong Dien countryside and have lunch before we return to Ho Chi Minh by vehicle. Tour End!

Breakfast/ Lunch
25km+
Flat - rural paths

More Info

Road Condition

Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta, Vietnam, has rural path network systems, and they had very well-developed by governments. All country back roads are asphalt, concrete paths connecting villages to villages as it's a vast network. The rest are dirt tracks, so do not worry about exploring the Mekong Delta by bicycle, even you are a beginner. Depending on the regions, lowlands, or jungles, and rural villages of each province, our hand-picked routes are the best for your biking trips


Flexible route - The most important key is to your trip

You do not have to ride the exact kilometer distance as it's showing on the daily biking of each itinerary. It will be flexible as you want. Even you could choose the longest distance that more than 80km per day if a whole day ride. You could spend more time cycling if you think the biking distance is too short! Or you can enjoy short routes and spend more time taking photos, stopping at villages/ small markets, or the home of locals to find something interesting.


Throughout the Mekong Delta and its rivers with thousand branches! You will ride on various roads; flat trails, paths, rural roads, and country back roads where they are too small for vehicles. However, the Mekong Delta River network has natural creeks and canals that small ferry boats are such essential ways of travelling in the countryside, and riders have no choice!


Cycling routes

We tailor-make unique bike trips depend on the specific route and terrain of your tour. Vietnam Backroads is the first cycle tour operator to explore and build up many adventure trips to Soc Trang, Bac Lieu, Ca Mau, Rach Gia, Vi Thanh, Cao Lanh, and Sadec and removed villages. Our top cycle tour operator and the pathfinder are Mr Van, nicknamed "Van the man" Each cycling route has to be meticulously well-scouted, investigated, scouted out, and mapped out beforehand by Mr. Van the man. Our guides are licensed, well trained in bike maintenance and navigation and know all routes as they are on their hands. All bike guides can tailor a custom route suitable to your wish and levels of cycling skills.


How were the backup vehicles support cyclists on the trip?

Most routes are small, narrow, just wide enough for two bicycles OR mopeds. There are vehicles to support riders on the entire trip (van/minibus to take up all cyclists and truck to carry all bikes and spare bikes), but they are too big to drive on, follow riders along through the countryside. Do remember! All support vehicles are permanently closed and not far from the group. Where are the support vehicles during the trip? Depends on routes, vehicles sometimes move along the high roads, second highways, or country roads as close to riders as possible. If one of the riders wants to relax on A/C vehicle, the tour leaders will find the shortest route that leads he/she to the support vehicles that are always on standby. That is very easy and also the way Vietnam Backroads organized. 

Weather

The temperatures in the Mekong delta are all year round, about 25-28°C with only slight variations. The climate of the Mekong River Basin ranges from temperate to tropical. In the Upper Mekong Basin, some of the taller peaks of the Tibetan Plateau are glaciated. Much of this part of the Basin is snow-covered in winter. Melting snow from the Tibetan Plateau feeds the Mekong River’s dry-season flow, especially in the middle reaches. In the relatively lower elevations of the Yunnan province of China, the climate of the Mekong River Basin changes, and the temperature gradually increases.


  • The dry season is from October to the last of April. Farmers make three rice crops per year, so travelers meet them at their homes and see them working on farmlands. Significantly, the dry season is closed to the Vietnamese Lunar New Year, and it makes locals doing more and trying to work hard to get more money. The weather is nice, low temperature and more relaxed than other seasons.

  • The wet season is called the flooded season or the monsoon season. It is the time of year when most of a region's average annual rainfall occurs. Sea level is higher than usual by heavy rains from upstream countries; Tibetan- China, Laos , Thailand, and Cambodia. Provinces in southwest of Mekong Delta have yearly flooded but not so long. It's from last of August to early of Nov. That is the best way to see Mekong Delta on back roads by bicycle.

    In general, the preferred travel time is the dry season. But even during the rainy season from May to October is also a perfect time to travel by bicycle of very short rains. The rain usually comes in short, heavy showers, mainly in the afternoon, and only lasts for an hour. Only a few days a year, the temperature is below 20°C. It usually takes around one hour, then gone, and sunshine turns back to normal.

Vehicles

Private Support Vehicles

2 to 4 riders in a group


There is only one A/C 16 seater van to take up all riders, luggage & suitcases, and bikes. There are four rows of seating for passengers on the A/C 16 seater van. Two people sit on each row. The third row is for luggage and suitcases. The last row of seats will be folded up, so all bikes will be uploaded here.



A medium group tour: from 5 to 7 people


There will be two vehicles to support riders on the entire trip. One 16 seater van to take up all riders, luggage & suitcases. Another truck to carry all bikes, spare bikes, tool kits, icebox to keep cold drinks, and so on



A large group tour: 8 to 14 people


One minibus to take up all riders, including luggage & suitcases, and one truck to carry all bikes, spare bikes, water, cold drinks, and snacks...Iceboxes




A group has more than 15 riders and more than 20 people


We provide two vans and one minibus, and one truck to escort large groups of riders and help ensure their safety. Our pro guide will motivate a team with support vehicles to bring the best services to riders.


27.5 Giant MTB bikes & Trek Hybrid Touring Bikes

1. There are 60 pro MTB bikes and hybrid MTB bikes and available in store and they are ready for all cycling tours


MTB Bikes for kids: wheel size 20", 24" with  suspension seatpost. Kid heights: 120cm, 130cm, 145cm


Pro Giant Mountain Bike - 650B/ 27.5" wheel size


27.5" Pro mountain bikes are use for off-road cycling; on dirt track and hilly single track narrow paths and also country back roads.


27.5" wheel size and MTB tires 27.5" x 1.95 is the best choice and suitable and good for challenge and technical mountain biking. 


1 - Good quality and lightweight Alloy MTB 27.5" frames 


2 - 27.5" Rockshox XC30 , 100mm travel, manual lockout


3 - SR Gel saddle - Very soft and comfortable for riding


4 - Deore Shimano Group set


5 - Shimano hydraulic disc brake


6 - Shimano Deore hubs - 32 holes


7 - 27.5" Alexrims disc brake rims - 32 holes


8 - Maxxis Cross Mark 27.5 x 1.95 - Good quality and suitable for both on road and off-road riding


9 - Soft grips


10 - FSA sealed bearing headset


11 - Cycle Track, massive MTB flat pedals with sealed bearings


12 - All bikes are well-maintained by Mr Van and his team




2. There are 25 Trek hybrid mountain bikes available in our store.  Hybrid bike tires 700 x 38- Good choice for a long trip: Saigon to Hanoi and Hanoi to Saigon


Hybrid bikes are use for an off-road cycling through countryside, dirt track and but working on muddy road. Its really good for touring a long trip, it moves faster and easier. Hybrid bike gives you an easy to pedal uphills, smooth bicycle riding on quiet concrete paths and country back roads. The best choice to challenge mountain and serious hills


1 - Good quality and lightweight alloy hybrid frame


2 - 29" Rockshox XC30 , 100mm travel, manual lockout


3 - SR Gel saddle - Very soft and comfortable saddle


4 - Deore Shimano Group set


5 - Shimano hydraulic disc brake


6 - Shimano Deore hubs - 32 holes


7 - 29" Alexrims touring rims, disc brake - 32 holes


8 - Schwalbe CX Comp 700 x 38 - Good quality and suitable for both off-road cycling and touring a long trip


9 - Soft grips


10 - FSA sealed bearing headset


11 - Cycle Track, massive MTB flat pedals with sealed bearings


12 - All bikes are well-maintained by Mr Van and his team




 

 
 

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Reviews

Meandering the Mekong Delta by bike 7D/6N We touched the living in Mekong Delta, Vietnam. It was a pleasure to take part on this trip. Unbelievable Trip! We saw so much more than we expected. We immersed ourselves in the Mekong Delta with its people, culture, foods and fruits. We did not know what to expect in the beginning and were amazed about the tour. Our bike guide and driver went above and beyond for us. Thank you for that. We really enjoyed ourselves! Its wonderful how much and how many different things we saw and experienced during this trip. 13 - 14 - 15 - 16 - 17 - 18 - 19 Nov, 2017

Mirja Mattern …

Dat is an excellent ambassador for the country of Vietnam and the Backdoads tour company. His knowledge of the plants and crops was great and he allowed us to stop and see, smell wherever possible. He expertly guided us through local cuisine and balanced the need of a picky vegetarian very well. I would say that some days the mileage did seem in the afternoon, about making up the distance so if might be worth offering same option will difference distance. On the cultural side Dat was very patent answering our questions and then looking for examples to show us when he saw them, this really makes us feel appreciated. 07 - 08 - 09 - 10 - 11 - 12 -13 Nov, 2017

Caroline Harni…

Dat was an excellent guide, giving interesting information about what we saw as we cycled. I think he was able to judge the fitness of our group and get thee daily distances about right. His choices of meal stops were good and he was keen to ensure we had enough to eat, taking into account the mixed preferences of our group( two meat eaters and two non meat eaters). The bikes were of good quality! 07 - 08 - 09 - 10 - 11 - 12 - 13 Nov, 2017

Sarah Noman pa…

Meandering the Mekong Delta by bike 7D/6N Hi Mr Van, Just want to thank you, Hue, A. Trung, and Chu Hoang for a memorable biking experience. It was truly a special reason for me to tour the Mekong Delta. I have been posting my journey on Face Book so my friends & family could follow me on my journey. Please share this link with Mr Trung and driver, Mr Hoang. I will be in Saigon until Tuesday morning so feel free to call A Minh's cell phone if you wish to contact me while I'm still here. I hope to find myself back in Vietnam again soon so I can go on another biking adventure. Saigon - Ben Tre - Tra Vinh - Soc Trang - Bac Lieu - Ca Mau - Rach Gia - Chau Doc - Saigon 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 -9 - 10 July 2012

Linh party fro…

'Van the Man' has provided us yet another superb bike tour for the second time for my group of 11 people this time. What can I say? I was so impressed with his service back in 2016 and I came back with a bigger group this time and Mr Van, once again excelled in all areas of accommodation, food, places visited (fruit plantations; flower gardens; brick factories; fish farm etc), those 'Giant' mountain bikes, continuous water supply, fresh fruit for morning and afternoon teas and last but not least were our excellent guides Mr Dat & Mr Loc. Mr Dat and Mr Loc were superb during our tour. Their attentiveness, professionalism; friendliness and knowledge of the area were second to none. We rode the back roads of Mekong Delta for 7 days where we saw and experience the real people and how they live in the Mekong Delta areas where it is still untouched by tourists. Children were always happy to see us pass their houses and their schools and always greeted us with 'hellos' and big smiles on their beautiful faces. It is highly recommended for those who would love to see the real Vietnam, its people, their way of lives, their culture and of course the fruit plantations in the delta. Go with 'Van the Man' the founder of Vietnam Backroads. It is owned and operated by a locally cycling company that provides a very unique experience to see the real Viet Nam. Once again, on behalf of my group, I would like to 'thank you' Mr Van for providing us with an unforgettable experience riding Meandering Mekong Delta with your Vietnam Backroads Company!!!!! Our thanks also go to Mr Loc and Mr Dat. 'Never say never again. 20 - 26 Feb, 2017

Swie Lan party…

Recently returned home from 7/day Vietnam backroads bike tour (march 2017 ) of the Mekong river delta area .Did not know what to expect and was blown away by the biking experience , scenery , challengers , and plentiful food and fruit . Our tour guides Dat and Loc offered great company , knowledge of the area , experience , joviality and lots of care . It was great to get out of the city and bike through the backroads and view the rice paddies , vegetable and fruit plantations , the mighty Mekong River and in general how the Vietnamese people live and produce to survive .Our tour started in Ho Chi Mihn city , travelled southwards & visited cities Tra Vinh , Pach gia , Chau Doc , Cao Lanh , Vihn Long and finally back to Ho Chi Mihn city . Our tour group of eleven people thoroughly enjoyed this unique holiday . I fully recommend this tour and company for a great experience . Well done Mr Van and staff . 20 -26 Feb, 2017

John Novak fro…

Hello Van,

Our ride is now over and we take with us many great memories and lots of photos! Your staff Phuc Le and Loc were a terrific team. Phuc is extremely knowledgeable and communicative. I did mention a few small things to you this afternoon, and others may come to us in the next few days, while we are still in Saigon. If one thing stands out as missing, it was that we didn't receive Vietnam Back roads jerseys. We would've been proud advertisement's for your business back in Melbourne where we ride weekly with different groups...was that an oversight or should we have ordered them with the tour?

I wish you continued success with your business and will definitely consider other rides in the future. 15 - 16 - 17 - 18 - 19 - 20 - 12 December 2019

Regards

David Collison
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David and Alis…

Just completed 7 day bike ride led by Phuc and van driver Loc. Mountain bikes were excellent as was the organisation of hotels, transport and meals.

The Mekong Delta is such a productive area on each day’s ride we saw something different as we meandered on our bikes through the villages on the backroads.

Phuc Le, our leader was a fountain of knowledge on not only the fruit and vegetables being grown in the delta but also on the history of Vietnam.

The guided bike trip exceeded all expectations and I would highly recommend it and Vietnam Backroads. 15 - 21 December 2020

Alison from Au…

I can highly recommend this company. Very professional from the moment we booked, always answering our questions promptly. We had a brilliant guide Tha who was such fun and very professional. We did a 7 day cycle tour around the Mekong delta which took us as far as the coast and also the Cambodian border. Each day was different from the last and took us through beautiful vegetation and scenery. I really feel we got a good insight in to the real Vietnam. The hotels we stayed in ranged from basic to luxury, depending on the area we were in. Plenty of opportunities to try the food and local snacks. Cycling ranges from 2 hours to 6 hours a day, depending on itinerary. A well organised trip. 06 - 07 - 08 - 09 - 10 - 11 - 12 January 2020

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