Mekong Delta Tour: Discover Cai Thia Garden village
Cai Thia Garden Village is a charming destination located in the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam. This tour offers a unique opportunity for travelers to explore the local culture and lifestyle in a tranquil setting. Visitors will have the chance to engage in various activities such as cycling through picturesque rice fields, taking a sampan ride on the river, and learning traditional crafts such as making rice paper and coconut candy. The village is known for its delicious cuisine and fresh seafood. With its friendly locals, beautiful scenery, and immersive experiences, Cai Thia Garden Village promises an unforgettable journey for all.
Duration: 1 Day
Start: Ho Chi Minh City
End: Ho Chi Minh City
Tour Type: Easy
Full Itinerary Of Ben Tre Exploration 1 Day Tour
In the early morning, our private driver and guide will come to your accommodation and take you to Cai Thia village.
The program will begin in the village of Cai Thia in the Tien Giang province’s Caibe district. Visit Mrs. Năm’s family to view the rice paper she has been making for more than 60 years. If we bike for an hour to explore the well-known mango village of Hoa Loc on the small, picturesque roads, we have one more opportunity to learn more about the Mekong Delta. Observing traditional homes in the Mekong Delta constructed of wood or palm leaves is quite fascinating. Come to a quiet, nearby home where we can bake some treats and serve them with hot tea.
We’ll return to the village of Cai Thia after bicycling. When traveling to Tan Phong Island, stay on our boat and have the best meal ever. After a delightful meal, we’ll travel to the Ba Nam Canal. You can travel further into the countryside on tiny canals in the rowing boat and take in the tranquility. Reach the floating market in Cai Be. Additionally, it is possible to make an optional stop at a local workshop to observe how to produce rice wine, popcorn, and coconut candy.
End of the journey at Cai Be; return to the boat. Return to your accommodation in Ho Chi Minh city by transfer.