in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Cai Be Floating Market Deluxe Day Trip from Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

49.00 USD

1 - 10

1 day

$49.00 USD
per person

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  • Bus came 20min. late. After arrival i should sign a vietnamese document whithout further explanation. Guide said thats ok. Guide was quite strange. Swimming Market is not existent. Lunch made by the locals was really nice though.
    • Watch the locals buy and sell their produce at the Cai Be Floating Market
    • Learn how coconut fudge and crispy rice popcorn are made
    • Explore the canals of the Upper Mekong Delta by small row boat
    • Cook your own lunch at a cooking class in a local village
    • Cycle alongside the canals of the Mekong and immerse yourself in village life

  • Around:
    • Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  • Pickup: 220 De Tham Street, Dist1, Ho Chi Minh City.

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Time of Tour
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  • Duration: 1 day

  • Price per person: $49.00
  • Size: 1 - 10 people
  • Discount: 0%
  • Languages: English

  • Includes
    • Pick-up and drop off at hotels in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City by air-conditioned bus or van
    • Local, English-speaking guide
    • Mineral water (1 bottle)
    • Shared boat rides
    • Entrance fees
    • Cooking class
    • Vietnamese lunch at a local restaurant
    • Use of a bicycle
    What’s Not Included
    • Drinks
    • Tips
    • Personal expenses
    • Travel insurance

  • Cancel up to 24h before, incurring a processing fee of 10%

Cai Be Floating Market Deluxe Day Trip from Ho Chi Minh City

Travel by air-conditioned vehicle to the Cai Be Floating Market and climb aboard a motor boat upon arrival. Explore the network of canals and experience the hustle and bustle from the water.

Watch the locals buy and sell the farming produce, and learn how coconut fudge and rice popcorn is made at a family business. Stroll amongst the orchards and fruit plantations, and listen to the sound of traditional folk music performed by the locals.

Next, explore the canals of the Upper Mekong Delta by kayak and visit the village of Tan Phong to learn how to cook traditional Vietnamese dishes. Enjoy lunch in the garden before a bike tour of the orchard gardens.
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Additional Information

• This tour is not available for the handicapped and those with heart problems
• Please note that this is a small group tour with a maximum of 15 participants per group
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3.8 stars, based on 11 reviews
Großartiger authentischer Ausflug
Dank der großartigen Xuyen (Guide) und der herzlichen Familien, die wir besuchen durften, konnten wir traditionelle Handwerke und das authentische Familienleben im Mekongdelta erleben. Ein wirklich prägender und grandioser Ausflug. Vielen Dank und immer wieder gerne.
Bus came 20min. late. After arrival i should sign a vietnamese document whithout further explanation. Guide said thats ok. Guide was quite strange. Swimming Market is not existent. Lunch made by the locals was really nice though.
Interessant en gevarieerd programma met uitstekende verzorging
Sehr verspätet abgeholt. Die Fahrt dorthin sehr holperig, schwimmender Markt sahen wir etwa 1 bis 2 Boote. Wir sahen noch wie sie Reiswaffeln und Reiswein machen, das war spannend. Das Mittagessen war sehr gut.
Tour con actividades muy variadss
El mercado flotante da poco de sí por las circunstancias actuales del mismo, nada que ver con la organización del tour. Pero es curioso subir a una de las barcas que venden fruta. Además de eso, estás muy entretenido durante toda la mañana con el kayac, la bici, aprendiendo cómo se hacen los caramelos de coco y los productos de arroz, la clase de cocina, etc. Creo que obviaría la parte de la actuación musical o la incluiría de otro modo (quizás en el propio bote de transporte?) porque está montado de un modo que te sientes súper turista.
This trip exceeded all expectations!
The guide was knowledgeable with a warm, bubbly personality. It was a great day out with lots of activities planned and executed very, very well.
war ein schöner Ausflug
war ein schöner Ausflug, nur leider gibt es keinen "schwimmenden Markt" nur ein paar Boote - ansonsten sehr schön, Landschaft - super Führer - sehr gutes Essen
Not a real floating market, not much to see on he island
The floating market was a disappointment. Just a couple of boats. Looked nothing like what you see on pictures everywhere. The kayak and bike tours around the island were pretty boring as well as there wasn't much interesting to see. The cooking class was ok, although we weren't really involved. Visiting the coconut candy factory was the most interesting part of the tour.
Don't expect to much.
The tour guide BIN was fantastic. But you don't see much of the delta. Once arrive at the Mekong you do not see more than what's like 1 mile around. The real floating market is gone when you arrive as it usually ends like 8 to 9 in the morning. What's left behind from it on your arrival consist of about 15 to 20 boats. To me it appeared that these are just there for tourists. The bicycle tour lasts only for 20 minutes as well as the kayak tour does. On the kayak you are only allowed to paddle 300 meters away from where you start. Overall it isn't bad, for me it was just to quick. Once you arrive you are rushed through everything and don't have the time to let the impressions settle. The cooking class isn't realy cooking. We were just rolling some leaves with minced meat. And you also get dragged into places where you can spend more money on useless things. We paid $49 per person. To me the tour was worth like $25.
muy bien
Nice day with different activities
We loved the day with all the different activities. It was lovely to see the different crafts, taste the different foods and sweets and learn a lot of things from our guide. We had a different idea from a floating market, more colorful with different fruits and vegetables,not the wholesale market we visited. But it was still nice. We liked to kayak through the canals and bike between the houses. One thing: when we booked we could only book for adults 11-70 year old. We did not know how to book for our 8 year old. As it turned out we had to pay the same price as for an adult. That seemed strange to us (eats less, no bike rent etc). We suggest you put in the posibility to book for children online as well with a price discount (which is the case for most tours)
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