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Mango Home 2D/1N Tour Package

 

Day 1: Saigon-Ben Tre

Day cruise

At 7:00am, depart for a two hour drive from Saigon to Ben Tre, one of the country's southern provinces, situated in the Delta of the Mekong River.  Take the highway as you leave behind the busy city. Pass Rach Mieu bridge before reaching Huu Dinh hamlet.

Get on a tri-motor cycle (xe loi) ride to enjoy the lush surroundings of rice paddies and fruit farms alongside the narrow village roads. Arrive at the waterfront, board the charming Mango Cruise for a glimpse at the Delta scenery while enjoying coconut juice. First stop for a visit at the coconut processing, then back to your cruise and the cruise will stop at a brick making shop, where the locals still use centuries-old traditional methods to make the bricks by hand where you will start a Bicycle trip around Phong Nam village around 4km, through gardens and stop at the a rice noodles factory “hu tieu”, one of most popular breakfast dishes in the region .Walk about 3 minutes to visit at Mrs. Huong’s home. Her family live on fishing, shrimp and farming. Enjoy the tropical fruits and honey tea in her garden before taking the rowing  sampan , be paddled by a personalized rower trip to discover the maze of small canals.

Swimming pool

Then rowing you back to your mango boat and head to Mango home restaurant, enjoy your 5 course lunch and freshen up before switch to a bicycle and ride  500m About 4 minutes( or 7-10 minutes walk) on village roads past green gardens and local houses, and stop at another local house of Mr Sau Tuong, a former Vietcongsoldier who survived two years fighting the Khmer Rouge in Phnom Penh. Now he and his wife live on making rice paper which is the most famous specialty of My Long village. Have a chat with him and enjoy the crispy rice paper made by his wife, and see how it is made.

Return to Mango Home, perhaps it is time to enjoy the swimming pool or relax at one of the nice sitting areas. In the early evening prepare to join the cooking demonstration with your guide. 

Overnight will be spent in the Mango Home Riverside.

 

Day 2: Giong Trom-Saigon

Sunset lounge

After breakfast, take a boat trip 30 minutes then get off the boat to ride the bicycle to a local market of My Long, stroll around the market, then continue the cycling tour to Phong Nam village stop for a Cao Dai religious temple visit, after that you will go biking back to Mango Home.

It is time to enjoy the swimming poolor relax at one of the nice sitting areas

Return the Mango Home. Have a rest and enjoy a 5 course lunch 

Check out and you will be transfered  to the meeting point, where your car is waiting for you.

End of tour.

 

 

 

“Insightful and relaxing”

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We did a 1 night 2 day tour staying at Mango Riverside and taking a transfer from HCM.
All was very well organised through email with the staff although I was a bit worried at one point when no one acknowledged my payment but after chasing they came back immediately.
The pick up was on time from HCM and took us to the Mekong with no issues. We did an extremely interesting tour of the local homes and workplaces which are in no way for tourists so we really felt like we were having a unique experience and truly seeing Vietnamese life. Our tour guide Tuo'ong was lovely and well informed and happy to answer many questions. We had a cooking demonstration during the evening also which was interesting.
The hotel is beautiful and welcoming as are the boats. The food is excellent and we eat far too much during our stay!

Visited August 2017

 

2 day/1 night Mekong tour”

Reviewed 26 May 2017 via mobile

 

The bus arrived on time in the morning and took us out to meet with Thuong, our guide, for a tuk tuk ride out to the boat. The boat was very comfortable and there was only 3 of us which was fantastic! We cruised out to the coconut factory first. It was interesting. The brick factory was so basic and primitive but extremely effective with mass production. We went for a relaxing ride out to the rice noodle factory. It was interesting then we stopped for some honey tea and coconut lollies, different! Then we went on boat ride through the canals back out to the boat then to the mango house for lunch and dinner. There was so much beautiful food! The accommodation was beautiful and we had an outside shower and toilet which was very novel. The bed was hard so my partner used the couch cushion to sleep on for extra padding. The next day we went by bicycle to the local market, pagoda and soldiers house to try making rice paper. Having Thuong explain everything at the market was such a great help. We would have missed so many things without her. The soldiers story was beyond belief but fantastic to hear a positive outcome. Thuong was a fantastic guide and we learnt so much from the knowledge she has of the area and of Vietnam in general. Well worth the money and definitely the highlight of our trip 

 

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