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Elegant Travel Located at 216 De Tham, Pham Ngu Lao, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, VN.Reviewed by 2048 Khách hàng. Rated: 9.5/ 10 (Excellent)



Cycling Bentre to TraVinh to CanTho. See the daily life of monks in Tra Vinh province, watch the floating market in Can Tho and cycle through water palm plantation. This riding is to give you a knowlegeable value about Theravada Buddhism.

    • Day 1: Sai Gon - Tra Vinh (L)

      You will be pick up at your hotel by van/bus and transfer an hour and half to Ben Tre Province. Start  biking from Ben Tre city to Mo Cay town ship. Pedal on dirty track and rural roads and pass beautiful coconut plantations. Visit local workshop making coconut fibers and coconut jelly. Stop for lunch at local café, after lunch, take a ferry  to cross  a river and continue riding through shade of water palm plantations to a little market in rural. Keep biking on paths to Co Chien river, relax on 30 minutes on ferry on its crossing the upper branch to countryside of tra Vinh. Ride another 7 km to city of tra Vinh. Stay first night in town  

      Cycling Distance : 45-55 (Km)

      Day 2: Tra Vinh – Can Tho (B/L) 
      In morning, we cycle on back road to the homeland of Khmer people (Cambodian) where most of them follow original Buddhism which influenced original Buddhism from Indian.(Theravada) Continue riding through huge rice fields, ride pass Khmer temples, and Theravada monks walking along rural roads in the countryside. Have lunch at Cau Ke town. In the afternoon, get back on your bike and ride to Tra On, then keep riding on countryside track and cross the small rivers by little ferries to Can Tho city.

      Cycling Distance : 45-55 ( Km) 

      Day 3: Can Tho - Sai Gon (B/L) 
      Have breakfast and check out of hotel. An early starting by boat to the biggest floating market in Mekong Delta’s Vietnam, you will have the opportunity to watch the big wholesale market on river. There are many big and small farmers boats sell and buy seasonal fruits on river. Disembark for a short bike ride to villages of Phong Dien suburb, visit ancient house of Binh Thuy , enjoy delicious lunch before driving back to Saigon. End of tour.

      Cycling Distance: 35-50 (Km)


      Net rate in US$/person in party of

      Group Size

      1 pax

      2 pax

      3-4 pax

      5-7 pax

      8-10 pax







      Note*: rates are not applied on New Year, National Holidays, festivals..

      The prices included:

      -Transport by A/C minivan, bus, truck.

      -Treck and Giang MTB, helmets,.

      -Entrance fees, boat ride.

      -For daily cycling only: Water, snacks, fresh fruits, wet towels.

      -3 nights in 2-3 star hotels, room share

      -Experienced English speaking bike guides.

      -Meal as the itinerary: B-Breakfast,L-Lunch,D-Dinner

      Exclusive of

      -Travel Insurance

      -Other personal expenses.

      -Drinks at restaurants.


    We turn what you have in mind into fabulous experience

    You might have decided a specific plan to visit Vietnam and countries around.Now,you need a trustworthy tour operator to review,optimize and carry out this plan.As a tailor-made tour operator specializing in Vietnam and countries of Indochina ( Thailan, Cambodia, Laos ).We are confident that: “ Elegant Travel which is operated by the team of professional travel consultants”. Elegant Travel will be your best choice.Because no other company puts more efforts in every detail of your personal requirement than we do.Our service guarantees not only a smooth journey but also an enjoyable experience belonging to oyou and yours.
    Our Bikes


    We generally use Trek mountain bikes as they have high quality, durable pieces of equipment.However, we also use others kind of bike depending on the grade of the tours and places.Please be advised that a certain frame model is not guarantee.

    We prefer the Trek mountain bike as it has been special designed to deal with different types of road and riding.Even on a our roadtrips, the asphalt can often be broken or potholed, and there are usually unsurpassed sections included, so  mountain bikes are the most suitable.The bike has 24 and 27 gears, which you can change easily when padding up hill or down trails.
    As the case of soft cycling in the country side, where the road is paved and flat, we general use simple Jananese pushed bikes.

    Bike Sizes

    We provide mountain bikes on all our tours.Available sizes are 15”( 38 cm ),17”( 43 cm), 19” (48 cm) and 21” (53 cm).If you normally ride a mountain bike you simply need to tell us its size.If you are not sure, have a look at the table below for our suggestions.


    Bike Size

    Less than 1,62 m ( 5’4”)


    1.62 m( 5’4”)-1.80m (5’11”)


    1.80m(5’11”)-1.88m (6’2”)


    Over 1.88m( 6’2”)



    Tra Vinh

    Bordered by the Tien and Hau branches of the Mekong, Tra Vinh’s location on a peninsula makes it somewhat isolated.Getting there is straight up and back trip, because no car ferries cross the rivers here (motorbikes can be ferried by small boats).Western tourists are few , though there are several very worthwhile things to see here.

    About 300.000 ethnic Kkhmer live in Tra Vinh Province.At first glance, they might seem to be an invisible minority since they all speak fluent Vietnamese and there’s nothing outwardly distinguishing about their clothing or lifestyle.However, digging a little deeper quickly reveals the Khmer culture is alive and well in this part of Vietnam.There are over 140 Khmer pagodas in Tra Vinh province, compared with 50 Vietnamese and five Chinese pagodas.The pagodas have schools to reach the Khmer language-most of the locals in Tra Vinh can read and write Khmer at least as well as Vietnamese.

    Can Tho

    Can Tho has two big deltas, the Red River delta in the North and the one we talk about here is Mekong in the South,this Mekong delta region is formed by the various tributaries of the mighty Mekong River which begins its journey to the sea in Tibet and sinds its way for 4500 km through China, Burma, Laos , Thailand, Cambodia and Southern Vietnam.The Vietnamese name for the Mekong is Cuu Long which means nine dragons and this is represented by the nine exit points of the Mekong River as it flows into the sea.The land of the Mekong Delta is renowned for its richness.Known as Vietnam’s breadbasket , it produces enough rice to feed the entire country with a sizeable surplus leftover.Take a sampan ride that meanders through small villages and experience the simple lives of the Mekong people.

    Being the capital of the Mekong delta Vietnam, Can Tho is a thriving metropolis with huge streets, little action and loads of mosquitoes.Although Can Tho has its own market by the riverside, where you can get excellent ice-cream, the principal attraction would have to be the nearby floating markets.Being rather industrious, the centre of Can Tho is quite busy and noisy with motorized cyclos roaring  up and down the streets combined with throings of people going about their lives.The riverside can have its quiet moments, but Can Tho is also a burgeoning are a number of pagodas worth visiting, and for the trivia fans, Can Tho is the home to much of Vietnam’s fish sauce.

    Cai Rang floating market is situated about 8 km from Can Tho by road or a 20 km loop by boat.This market is quite  nice and sells a variety of fruit and vegetables and operates from 5 am to 11 am, though the markets are better the earlier you can get there.A cyclo from Can Tho will take about 11 minutes to get to Cai Rang Market.Another market, Phung Hiep market, is 31 km from Can Tho.This is the snake maket, selling a plethora of living, wriggling and often posonours snakes.Pythons and Cobras are sold here by people from the countryside who have caught them by hand, whilst others have come to purchase snakes for restaurants, medicinal reasons or personal consumption.This market is open from 5 am to 5 pm.If travelling by boat, you can add a dimension to your day by stopping and visiting some of the fruit gardens, which sell pineapple, rambutan and papaya amongst many other fruits.

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  • Net rate in US$/person in party of

    Group size

    1 person

    2 pax

    3 – 4 pax

    5 – 7 pax

    8 – 10 pax

    Price/ 1 person

    732 USD

    512 USD

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    262 USD