Mekong Eco Culture Tours: CAN THO- OC EO SITES (1 DAY)

 ➡ Itinerary  💡 

Our guide will meet tourist at dating point, depart from Can Tho by car to An Giang. Upon arrival in Ba The , tourist have lunch after we visit Ba The mountain. Oc Eo relic is located in the area of Sap-Ba The Mountain, Thoai Son district, 40km from Long Xuyen city. This is a well-known relic, first excavated by French archaeologist Louis Malleret in 1944, which is believed to have been a prosperous commercial port of the once-powerful Phu Nam kingdom 2,000 years ago.

 

Artifacts found in this area are clear evidence of an advanced civilisation with developed arts and crafts including jewellery and pottery making.

 

There were also a system of canals and various temples and tombs built with bricks and stones in this area, which were the combination of ancient civilisations in the region and the local culture.

 

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has assigned the Viet Nam Institute for Culture and Arts to make a dossier on Oc Eo-Ba The relic and submit it to UNESCO to seek recognition as the world cultural heritage site.

Tourists transfer  back to Can Tho City.

END OF TOUR!

 ➡ TOUR PRICE  💡 

Validity of quotation:  2019  (This price is not apply for public holiday)

 

 

Group size

 

02 PAX

Tour price per person (USD)  

135 USD/pax

 

 

Note: Exchange rate : 1USD= 23,500 VND

 

Inclusion:

  • Private transfer services in air conditioned vehicle as mentioned

 

  • Meals as mentioned ( B=Breakfast, L=Lunch )

 

  • Entrance fee, boat fee as listed

 

  • Travel Insurance

 

  • Bottled mineral water and tissue on car during the tour

 

  • English speaking guide

 

Exclusion:

 – Hotel

 

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.)

 

-Others are not indicated in the above inclusion.