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Full-Day Mekong Delta Bike Tour from Ho Chi Minh City

Highlights
  • Explore the Mekong Delta by bike on a small-group day trip from Ho Chi Minh
  • See a different, quieter side of the Delta away from the main boat routes
  • Cycle by lush scenery, visit farms and markets, ride a rowboat, and more
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Full-Day Mekong Delta Bike Tour from Ho Chi Minh City
From US$ 134.00
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Full-Day Mekong Delta Bike Tour from Ho Chi Minh City
US$ 134.00
Overview
Cycling around the Mekong Delta in a day from Ho Chi Minh takes precision planning if going alone. With this small-group tour, equipment, a guide, and a scenic route are included. Travel to the Delta by minivan, grab a bike, and roam lush waterside paths, villages, artisanal workshops, and markets away from the usual tourist boats. Lunch at a family home, snacks, and a rowboat canal ride complete the tour.
What to Expect
Meet in central Ho Chi Minh City and journey by air-conditioned minivan to the Mekong Delta, south Vietnam’s agricultural heartland.

On arrival, enjoy tea or coffee, and hop on your bike. Don a helmet and after a safety briefing, set out behind your guide to explore. The approximately 17-mile (27-kilometer) route takes you along quiet paved roads and dirt tracks, past rice paddies, farms, and villages, and includes photo and snack stops.

Call at a mat-weaving workshop, visit a cocoa farm, and pedal around two wet markets selling fresh fish and other produce. Follow waterside paths along wider Mekong tributaries and visit the region’s biggest wholesale food market.

Stop at a shrimp farm and temple before visiting a family home for a homemade lunch in the garden. After your meal and a hand-rowed sampan ride along peaceful canals, your trip ends with a drop-off in central Ho Chi Minh City.
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Mekong Delta Tour

Excellent tour, we have done many in Bali, Cambodia etc and Grasshopper is always our preferred. Top notch bikes and gear, our guide Yen was superb. The tour was set up to see a mat weaving factory and cocoa bean farm. The tour was not...More

1  Thank Labdriver
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Seventh tour with Grasshopper - and excellent as always

My husband and I have done many day tours and multi day tours with Grasshopper Adventures so knew what to expect, and we were not disappointed. We were taken through gorgeous scenery with a professional guide (Dat), stopping at a mat weaving ‘factory’ and a...More

1  Thank Chch_Mel
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Grasshopper impresses again

This was my second tour with Grasshopper, the first was in Cambodia. I am equally impressed with the organization, no hidden costs, tour group size, tour leaders, and places visited to truly see and experience the country and culture. I look forward to booking Grasshopper...More

Thank Kerricola
Reviewed 1 July 2018
An immersive travel experience

Our tour guide Dat was super knowledgeable and great to chat with. Taking time go out to the Delta and see several small villages by bike is an incredible way to immerse yourself in rural Vietnamese culture. We picked our way over dirt, pavement, and...More

1  Thank Nancy D
Reviewed 30 March 2018 via mobile
Sensational

Fabulous day cycling through the Mekong Delta. Sam our tour guide was sensational and full of detailed information regarding the area where we cycled. Saw parts of the Mekong off the beaten track and the locals loved seeing us. Multiple stops at small villages and...More

1  Thank Simon B
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Response from boatbabe | Reviewed this property |
I don't know if they have a minimum number of people required to run a trip, but we went to the Mekong with only two. On another bike trip to the Cu Chi tunnels, we were put together with three other people, and it was a... More
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