CAN THO- VIET MEKONG FARMSTAY- CHAU DOC (2 DAYS 1 NIGHT)
Day 1: Viet Mekong Farmstay [ L, D]
07.00 am: our tour guide and driver pick you up at Can Tho and head to Viet Mekong Farmstay Once staying here, tourists can enjoy the quiet atmosphere of the countryside before having lunch in the farmstay. Wearing traditional farmer’s clothes to start farming work, including scoop, plough on the rice field. You can try learning more about the farming process of the water rice
Tourists can choose continuing to boat and communicate with the locals or join the local’s daily activities such as fishing, pick Dien Dien flowers etc with the host.
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Overnight in Viet Mekong Farmstay.
Day 2: Viet Mekong Farmstay- Chau Doc- Can Tho [ B, L ]
After breakfast, it then takes you 2 hours to Chau Doc to discover this beautiful Town. We will get on a boat through Cham people’s villages in the riverside and get to know about their handicraft product – Silk weaving. The boat keeps taking you to Chau Giang District where the biggest Islamic church of the Cham community is located.
At the afternoon, our driver will transfer you to Tra Su Cajuput Forest. You will immediately feel like you are harmonising with nature because of all of the impressive pictures of cajuputs, the fragrance of the flowers and the music-like noise of birds, insects and animals making people relaxed comfortable. From the observation post, you can overlook the forest with an area of nearly 900 ha, home of many birds and animals, including some rare ones. Then tourists come back to CanTho.
END OF TOUR!
TOUR PRICE –Validity of quotation: 2019
– Homestay in Viet Mekong Farmstay
– Private transfer services in air conditioned vehicle as mentioned
– Meals as mentioned ( B=Breakfast, L=Lunch & D=Dinner)
– Entrance fee, boat fee as listed
– Drink in car (1 bottle/pax)
– English speaking guide
– Tourism gifts : hat or bandana
–Drink and other meals not clearly mentioned
-Surcharge for special request on food, and meals
-Entrance fees, permits and guide service during free time
-Surcharge for public holiday (if any)
-Tips for guide, driver
-Personal expenses (telephone, laundry,…etc.)