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1-Night Song Xanh Sampan – Mekong

1-Night Song Xanh Sampan – Mekong

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Starting either from Cai Be or Can Tho, our two-day cruises provide deeper insight into life in the Mekong Delta. Stop in Sa Dec, a quaint town at the crossroads of several cultures – Vietnamese, Chinese, Khmer and French. Discover homes featuring turn-of-the-century architecture, a reminder of the Indochina of yesteryear as you explore this

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1-Day Cai Be Princess Sampan-Mekong

1-Day Cai Be Princess Sampan-Mekong

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Experience the rustic beauty of the Mekong Delta aboard the Cai Be Princess, cruising some of the many small waterways that make up the Delta. Enjoy expansive views of the Vietnamese countryside including floating markets, boats loaded with fruit and vegetables and families living in stilt houses over the river. Our sampans are designed as

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5-Day Mekong Cruise HCMC- Phnom Penh

5-Day Mekong Cruise HCMC- Phnom Penh

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The ultimate journey of exploration, along the lower Mekong, is to cruise from Saigon Port through the waterways of the famous Mekong Delta and then head north into Cambodian waters. By combining shipboard life, in elegant French colonial luxury, with discreet and fascinating shore excursions, this is the most intimate way to be ‘up close

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2-day Mekong Delta Cruise

2-day Mekong Delta Cruise

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From the heights of the Tibetan Plateau, the mighty Mekong flows through six countries, giving life and a home to millions of people. For this, it was once named “Mother of all rivers”. More than 17 million people live by the timeless rhythm of the river in small fishing villages and boats in the Mekong

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1-Day My Tho – Mekong Delta

1-Day My Tho – Mekong Delta

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Colorful floating markets, fruit orchards, rice paddies, sugar cane groves, bird sanctuaries and quaint villages are all what draw many to the Mekong Delta in southwestern Vietnam. The Mekong Delta is also an agricultural region made fertile by the maze of canals and streams fed by the Mekong River. Cruising through the lush labyrinth of