Cruise the Mekong with Bassac

Cruise the Mekong with Bassac

Cruising along the Mekong River on the Bassac Junk is one of the best ways to discover the riches of the region.  Daily departures.


 
Can Tho • Mang Thit River • Cai Be
 
  • Itinerary

    Day 1 – Saigon – Can Tho – Vinh Long
    Leave Saigon early for a five hour drive, without guide, to Can Tho. On arrival, board the Bassac Junk. A welcome drink is followed by a brief introduction to the boat and cabin crew. Cruise downstream on the Hau River towards Tra On and its floating market. Cruise along the Mang Thit and Co Chien Rivers, lunching onboard. Walk through some riverbank villages then continue to the My Thuan Bridge, Vinh Long. Dinner and overnight on board the Bassac. (L,D)

    Day 2 – Vinh Long – Cai Be – Saigon
    Breakfast at sunrise as you approach the sights and sounds of the Cai Be floating market. Disembark at Cai Be and tour local family businesses making popcorn and rice cakes. Transfer back to Saigon by private vehicle, without guide. (B)

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  • Tour prices

    Tour prices valid to 31 October 2017.

    Twin Share Single Cabin Sole Traveller
    Bassac Junk $587 $812 $932

    Price person, in Australian dollars.  Please confirm prices when booking.

  • Price Includes:
    • Overnight accommodation on the Bassac Junk
    • 1 breakfast, 1 lunch, 1 dinner)
    • Transfers and transportation as listed, by private vehicle with driver.
    • Sightseeing tours during the cruise as listed, inclusive of entrance fees.

    Sole traveller prices apply for one person travelling on their own and staying in a single cabin. The Single cabin price applies when two or more people travel together and a single cabin is required.

    Surcharges apply for travel 20Dec15-15Jan16, 8-15Feb16, 20Apr16-02May16 and 31Aug16-03Sep16, 20Dec16-15Jan17, 28Jan17-4Feb17, 20Apr17-02May17 and 31Aug17-03Sep17.

 

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Cruise the Mekong with Bassac
 

Highlights

  • Being up-close to the floating market
  • Waving to smiling children along the banks of the Mekong
 
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