1 Cu Chi Tunnels Tour (1/2 day) Ho Chi Minh City Tour Duration: 6 Hours Explore the underground passageways used by Viet Cong soldiers during the Vietnam War as you head to the Cu Chi tunnels with an experienced guide. Learn how extensive subterranean world was created, watch engaging documentaries about its use, and get the chance to fire an AK-47 assault rifle.
2 Ho Chi Minh City Tour(1/2 day) Ho Chi Minh City Tour Duration: 6 Hours Spend the day discovering the history, traditions, and culture of the energetic city of Ho Chi Minh. Follow your local guide as you wander through timeless winding alleys to magnificent pagodas, bustling marketplaces, gourmet restaurants, and architectural wonders.
3 Mekong Delta, My Tho & Ben Tre Tour Mekong Delta Tour Duration: 9 hours Cruise past quaint riverfront villages and stilted houses as you dive into the Mekong Delta with an experienced local guide. Nibble on sweet tooth-satisfying coconut candies, watch a traditional folk music performance, and tuck into a delicious lunch of Vietnamese specialties on this active excursion.
4 Saigon River Breakfast Cruise Saigon River Tour Duration: 2 hours See the largest city in Vietnam with a look at its different neighborhoods on a delectable breakfast cruise. This tour shows you the beautiful green areas, new urban areas, and the impressive skyline of Ho Chi Minh City, all while you dine on some favorite dishes from Vietnam and the West.
5 Chinatown Cyclo Tour with Lunch Ho Chi Minh City Chinatown Tour Duration: 4 hours Zip through the tight alleys and charming lanes around Cholon, Ho Chi Minh City's massive Chinatown district. On your 3-wheeled ride, enjoy cruising past lantern-lined shops and elegant pagodas as you scope out the sights in this colorful corner of the city. After meeting up with your guide outside your hotel, hop in your cyclo—the city's ubiquitous pedal-powered transportation—and coast to Ho Chi Minh's Chinatown district for up-close looks at narrow streets and charming markets that seem frozen in time since the city's earliest Chinese immigrants arrived. Learn about the traditions of this vibrant community and stop off along the way to snap memorable photos.
6 Cooking Class Session with Market Tour Ho Chi Minh City Tour Duration: 5 hours Unravel the secrets of authentic Vietnamese cuisine on this half-day cooking tour in Ho Chi Minh City. Visit a bustling market to learn about unique local ingredients, then receive step-by-step cooking instruction from experienced restaurant chefs. Depart from your hotel and embark on a gastronomic adventure through the city. Your first stop is at a local market, where personal assistants help you choose fresh ingredients like the vegetables, herbs, and spices that you'll use for your cooking class.
7 Full-Day Cai Be Floating Market Tour Cai Be Tour Duration: 10 hours Weave through scores of boats loaded with bright piles of freshly picked produce and neatly folded stacks of new clothes. Barter with vendors for unique souvenirs and watch the interactions between locals at this fascinating floating market. With a local to lead you, explore the village of Cai Be.
8 Discover Can Gio Mangrove Forest Can Gio Tour Duration: 8 hours Leaving the busy streets of Ho Chi Minh City, your driver takes you off to the coast to visit the lush biosphere reserve of Can Gio Mangrove Forest and Rung Sac Guerilla Base. Take a boat through the crisscrossed waterway of the mangrove forest, stop for lunch, and admire the idyllic countryside.
9 Local Food Walking Tour Ho Chi Minh City Tour Duration: 2 ½ hour Explore Vietnamese culinary delights in the heart of downtown Saigon. In the evening light, delve into the city's food scene as you follow your expert guide on this walking tour to discover new cuisine and treat your taste buds to some of the finest authentic foods in Vietnam.
10 Overnight Farm Stay Ho Chi Minh City Tour Duration: 2 Days Explore the paddies and sugarcane fields of Vietnam's countryside with a bicycle ride along the Vam Co Tay River. Spend 2 days in the suburbs around Ho Chi Minh City, get to know the people with a stay at a family farm, and see the country through a local's eyes.