What sets the Saigon Walking Tour by Joy Journeys apart is the unique perspective and experience it offers as this is a walking tour with maximum 6 travelers in the group.

Unlike traditional guided tours focused on historical facts, this tour provides an opportunity to connect with Saigon’s heart and soul through the eyes of enthusiastic and energetic university students. These young locals, who are soon-to-be professional tour guides, have a genuine passion for sharing their love for Saigon and Vietnam with global travelers.

The tour goes beyond surface-level knowledge and aims to foster cultural exchange and create memorable experiences. It allows participants to engage in casual conversations, ask questions, and delve into the personal stories, local insights, and recommendations of university students. Through their narratives, visitors gain a vivid picture of Saigon’s beauty, traditions, and way of life, making the tour an authentic and immersive experience.

What you'll do

1. Stop At: Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral, 01 Cong xa Paris Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City 700000 Vietnam

Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon, commonly known as Notre-Dame Cathedral, is a Catholic cathedral located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Built in the late 19th century, the cathedral’s architecture is inspired by the French Gothic style, with its iconic twin bell towers standing at a height of 58 meters. The building’s red brick exterior is decorated with intricate stone carvings and stained-glass windows. Despite being a popular tourist attraction and a place of worship for local Catholics, the cathedral has faced challenges in recent years due to structural deterioration and pollution, requiring ongoing renovation and preservation efforts.

NOTE: WE DO NOT ENTER, JUST TO SEE FROM THE OUTSIDE

Duration: 20 minutes

2. Stop At: Central Post Office, 125 Hai Ba Trung, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City 70000 Vietnam

The Ho Chi Minh City Post Office, also known as the Saigon Central Post Office, is a historic building located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Built in the late 19th century during the French colonial period, the post office’s architecture is a beautiful blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and French influences. The interior of the building features a spacious hall with a high ceiling, decorated with intricate maps and murals. The post office is still in operation today, providing postal services to both locals and tourists, while also serving as a popular tourist attraction due to its stunning architecture and historical significance.

NOTE: WE DO ENTER, NO TICKET REQUIRED

Duration: 30 minutes

3. Stop At: Vincom Center, 72 Le Thanh Ton District 1, Ho Chi Minh City 70000 Vietnam

The Last Helicopter is a sculpture located in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, that commemorates the end of the Vietnam War. The sculpture depicts a Huey helicopter, the iconic symbol of the war, as it takes off from the rooftop of the United States Embassy, with a group of Vietnamese people clinging to its landing skids, desperate to escape the country. The sculpture is based on a photograph taken during the evacuation of the embassy in 1975, and serves as a powerful reminder of the human cost of the war and the enduring legacy of its impact on both the United States and Vietnam. The sculpture is located on the rooftop of the Bitexco Financial Tower, one of the tallest buildings in the city, and is a popular tourist attraction for visitors seeking to learn more about the history of the war and its aftermath.

NOTE: WE DO NOT ENTER, JUST TO SEE FROM THE OUTSIDE AS IT IS NOW RESTRICTED BY THE GOVERNMENT

Duration: 20 minutes

4. Stop At: The Independence Palace, 106 Nguyen Du District 1, Ho Chi Minh City 700000 Vietnam

Independence Palace, also known as the Reunification Palace, is a historic landmark located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Built in the 1960s, it was the home and workplace of the President of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. On April 30, 1975, tanks belonging to the North Vietnamese Army crashed through the gates of the palace, symbolizing the end of the war and the reunification of Vietnam. Today, the palace is open to the public as a museum, offering visitors a glimpse into the history and politics of Vietnam during a turbulent period of its past.

NOTE: WE DO NOT ENTER, JUST TO SEE FROM THE OUTSIDE.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: The Venerable Thich Quang Duc Monument, Corner of Cach Mang Thang Tam & Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, Ho Chi Minh City 70000 Vietnam

The Thich Quang Duc Monument is a statue located in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, that commemorates the self-immolation of Thich Quang Duc, a Buddhist monk who set himself on fire in 1963 to protest the persecution of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese government. The statue depicts the moment of Thich Quang Duc’s self-immolation, with the monk seated in a meditative pose, engulfed in flames. The monument serves as a symbol of resistance against oppression and a tribute to the bravery of Thich Quang Duc and the Buddhist community during a turbulent period in Vietnam’s history. The statue is located on a busy intersection in the city and is a popular destination for both tourists and locals seeking to pay their respects and learn more about the story behind the monument.

NOTE: WE DO ENTER, JUST TO SEE FROM THE OUTSIDE. NO TICKET REQUIRED

Duration: 30 minutes

5. Stop At: The Secret Weapons Cellar, 287/70 Nguyen Dinh Chieu District 3, Ho Chi Minh City 700000 Vietnam

Originally built by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War, the tunnels were used as a base for guerrilla warfare and as a means of transporting supplies and weapons undetected by American and South Vietnamese forces

NOTE: WE ENTER THE BUNKER, TICKETS ARE INCLUDED

Duration: 45 minutes

Inclusion

What’s included

  • Bottled water
  • All Fees and Taxes
  • Cup of Vietnamese coffee (Ca Phe Sua Da)
  • Entry/Admission – The Secret Weapons Cellar

What’s not included

  • Gratitude and Tips

Departure and return

Departure details
  • Nguyễn Huệ Street, Đ. Nguyễn Huệ, Bến Nghé, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. You will spot a person wearing either a white or blue t-shirt. If you encounter any difficulty in finding the location, please contact us via Whatsapp or phone call. Our phone number will be provided after the booking is confirmed. The tour guide will send you information about the meeting point, time, and assist you with pictures as guidance.
  • Ben Thanh Market, Ben Thanh, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. You will spot a person wearing either a white or blue t-shirt. If you encounter any difficulty in finding the location, please contact us via Whatsapp or phone call. Our phone number will be provided after the booking is confirmed. The tour guide will send you information about the meeting point, time, and assist you with pictures as guidance.
  • Tao Dan Park, Trương Định, Bến Thành Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. You will spot a person wearing either a white or blue t-shirt. If you encounter any difficulty in finding the location, please contact us via Whatsapp or phone call. Our phone number will be provided after the booking is confirmed. The tour guide will send you information about the meeting point, time, and assist you with pictures as guidance.
Return details
  • Returns to original departure point

Cancellation policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 48 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Amazing Saigon Walking Tour With Uni Student

Free of charge / Child under 4 years old

JOINING GROUP TRIP (MAX 9 PAX)

enricochowderson
enricochowderson
Highly recommend Mai was a great guide and three experience was well worth it. Highly recommend opting for the bike over the tuk tuk, as the tranquil nature is the highlight. The row boat through the mangroves was the other major highlight. Highly recommend.
Paul D
Paul D
Simply awesome Joy Journeys is an awesome tour company. Hands down Mr. Safa is the best tour guide you will find for this experience. Also, you will get to eat authentic home cooked Vietnamese food grown and fished natively along the beautiful Mekong River Delta. You will not be disappointed.
Ben F
Ben F
Best tour in Vietnam with Po Second booking with Joy Journeys and still we requested Po as our tour guide. My wife and I did the overnight trip to see to floating market in Can Tho. Everything was well organised, pickup was on time, boat trips were lovely as we had many boat excursions in 2 days. Bamboo Eco Resort was just amazing and we couldn’t ask for more. Most importantly, Po was the best guide ever. He was very informative and was very passionate to answer all of our questions. Book this tour and you won’t regret it.
Christian C
Christian C
Tolle Tour mit super Guide Tolle Tour. Da ich mit Tom als Guide schon eine erste Tour hatte, habe ich bei ihm wiedergebucht. Wir waren insgesamt nur zu 8, so dass wir sehr schnell an den verschiedenen Stationen im Museum waren. Er konnte uns sein Wissen sehr gut Vermitteln. Auch der Fahrer von Joy Journey hat uns gut durch die Rush Hour gebracht. Tolle Tour und toller Veranstalter
Sarbesh K
Sarbesh K
Best guide and best experience Tommy is very good at his job and he explained the history of the tunnels in a very picturesque manner and expertise. Very good job by joy Journeys and especially Tommy is very punctual and respectful
Nina T
Nina T
. Had a tour with Typhoon Honey who was very friendly and enthusiastic. Did the half day tour - tour was quick and efficient with brief, simple information of the Cu Chi Tunnels. Comfortable and timely pick up for tour.
Jerry B
Jerry B
Wonderful Mekong river life!! This tour was so special with a glimpse of the rural life on the Mekong. each stop was so insightful with brick factory, straw weaving, cacao and super special lunch in the jungle. Sunny was fantastic as the guide. The bicycle ride was my highlight. Cannot go wrong with this tour choice
Lucas P
Lucas P
Tom great tour guide Tom is an awesome tour guide. Good English. Listens well to the requests of the group. Takes time to explain . Knows a lot about the history and context of the tunnels and the broader conflict. Would recommend!
Tom N
Tom N
Fantastic tour!!!! We had a fantastic time on this tour. Our tour guide Typhoon honey was very passionate and informative and went above and beyond to ensure we enjoyed our experience. Couldn’t recommend more.
Samson D
Samson D
Good value Fun short day. Our tour guide Typhoon Honey was energetic and kept things moving at a good pace. Highlights include shooting guns (extra cost) and crawling through 100m of tunnels (optional).

Nethaniel
Nethaniel
Amazing day trip that gives you a great feel for the delta and the life around the area. Nia was an incredible tour guide who made our day amazing and was really engaging. Highly recommend
Ann
Ann
Es ist eine spannende Tour. Unser Tourguide hat viele spannende Dinge über Vietnam erzählt. Das einzige, was leider relativ lange dauert, ist die Autofahrt hin und zurück. Wir hatten leider auch noch Stau und sassen deswegen lange im Auto. Ansonsten ist es lohnenswert!
Lulu
Lulu
Great communication from the second I hit send. Po gave me our guide Trí’s contact details and he explained where to meet. Trí was an exceptional guide really informative and didn’t rush us at all. We had the most fabulous trip and went to a lovely spot that only had a few tourists. We saw lots of interesting crafts and ate like kings in wonderful settings with delicious food.
Swetha
Swetha
Po and his team make this experience an unforgettable one. They personalize it and make sure you don’t do the typical touristy stuff.
William
William
The trip to the Mekong Delta River with Tommy and the team was amazing . The storytelling Tommy provided of not only about the Meekong river, but Vietnam was great to experience, as was the farmhouse in which we had lunch the local way. It was also great to witness how locals appreciate every element of nature in preparing food and the goods that come from the land. Highly recommend this tour and great value for money.
Pritam
Pritam
I would highly recommend this Mekong Delta tour. We were shown around the Mekong Delta by Nia who is an excellent guide. I was picked up from in front of my hotel at 7 AM. We visited the brick factory, followed by the coconut factory. Then we had a small bicycle ride to the riverside where the boats were waiting for us. For those who can't ride a bike, there was a tuktuk available. Then the boat took us to the interior of Ben Tre where we were served a ravishing lunch, full of local delicacies which delighted us. The lunch was followed by a small boat ride, this time it was a rowing boat. And then we made our way back to Saigon. In the middle, we stopped at a nearby rice field at my request. Throughout the session, Nia was very engaging. He educated us about Vietnamese history, the culture, how the locals live and so on along with few jokes in between so as to keep the session fun and not dull. He also provided us with his own suggestions for eating joints. I left in the evening, having made new friends and a great morning.
Guy
Guy
Great non-touristy tour to visit the cool parts that are feasible to cover in the Mekong Delta area on a day tour. Thank you Helen!
Chloe
Chloe
There are lots of things to see and do in HCMC, but this your - now this was an experience. The small group size, the route taken, the touchpoints along the way all contributed to the feeling of an intimate and authentic experience. There are many tours to choose from, but I’d highly recommend Po’s. Our guide Helen was lovely, we made friends with the others on the trip and there itinerary was packed without feeling overwhelming or rushed. Riding the bike through the coconut trees might just be the best moment out of my whole Vietnam trip. Followed by the row along the canal. 11/10 would recommend.
Alexandra
Alexandra
We had a great time in the Mekong delta with this experience. It includes several locations and very diverse information and activities. We learned about the versatility of coconut and the making of coconut products, we tasted and sampled local sweets and drinks and learned about the local brick making processes. We have also explored small canals and had a fabulous lunch in a local homestay. I would recommend it to anyone interesting in sampling the complexity of the Mekong, in one authentic full day. Thank you Po, Safa & team.

Amazing Saigon Walking Tour With Uni Student

Free of charge / Child under 4 years old

JOINING GROUP TRIP (MAX 9 PAX)

Description

What sets the Saigon Walking Tour by Joy Journeys apart is the unique perspective and experience it offers as this is a walking tour with maximum 6 travelers in the group.

Unlike traditional guided tours focused on historical facts, this tour provides an opportunity to connect with Saigon’s heart and soul through the eyes of enthusiastic and energetic university students. These young locals, who are soon-to-be professional tour guides, have a genuine passion for sharing their love for Saigon and Vietnam with global travelers.

The tour goes beyond surface-level knowledge and aims to foster cultural exchange and create memorable experiences. It allows participants to engage in casual conversations, ask questions, and delve into the personal stories, local insights, and recommendations of university students. Through their narratives, visitors gain a vivid picture of Saigon’s beauty, traditions, and way of life, making the tour an authentic and immersive experience.

What you'll do

What you'll do

1. Stop At: Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral, 01 Cong xa Paris Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City 700000 Vietnam

Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon, commonly known as Notre-Dame Cathedral, is a Catholic cathedral located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Built in the late 19th century, the cathedral’s architecture is inspired by the French Gothic style, with its iconic twin bell towers standing at a height of 58 meters. The building’s red brick exterior is decorated with intricate stone carvings and stained-glass windows. Despite being a popular tourist attraction and a place of worship for local Catholics, the cathedral has faced challenges in recent years due to structural deterioration and pollution, requiring ongoing renovation and preservation efforts.

NOTE: WE DO NOT ENTER, JUST TO SEE FROM THE OUTSIDE

Duration: 20 minutes

2. Stop At: Central Post Office, 125 Hai Ba Trung, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City 70000 Vietnam

The Ho Chi Minh City Post Office, also known as the Saigon Central Post Office, is a historic building located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Built in the late 19th century during the French colonial period, the post office’s architecture is a beautiful blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and French influences. The interior of the building features a spacious hall with a high ceiling, decorated with intricate maps and murals. The post office is still in operation today, providing postal services to both locals and tourists, while also serving as a popular tourist attraction due to its stunning architecture and historical significance.

NOTE: WE DO ENTER, NO TICKET REQUIRED

Duration: 30 minutes

3. Stop At: Vincom Center, 72 Le Thanh Ton District 1, Ho Chi Minh City 70000 Vietnam

The Last Helicopter is a sculpture located in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, that commemorates the end of the Vietnam War. The sculpture depicts a Huey helicopter, the iconic symbol of the war, as it takes off from the rooftop of the United States Embassy, with a group of Vietnamese people clinging to its landing skids, desperate to escape the country. The sculpture is based on a photograph taken during the evacuation of the embassy in 1975, and serves as a powerful reminder of the human cost of the war and the enduring legacy of its impact on both the United States and Vietnam. The sculpture is located on the rooftop of the Bitexco Financial Tower, one of the tallest buildings in the city, and is a popular tourist attraction for visitors seeking to learn more about the history of the war and its aftermath.

NOTE: WE DO NOT ENTER, JUST TO SEE FROM THE OUTSIDE AS IT IS NOW RESTRICTED BY THE GOVERNMENT

Duration: 20 minutes

4. Stop At: The Independence Palace, 106 Nguyen Du District 1, Ho Chi Minh City 700000 Vietnam

Independence Palace, also known as the Reunification Palace, is a historic landmark located in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Built in the 1960s, it was the home and workplace of the President of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. On April 30, 1975, tanks belonging to the North Vietnamese Army crashed through the gates of the palace, symbolizing the end of the war and the reunification of Vietnam. Today, the palace is open to the public as a museum, offering visitors a glimpse into the history and politics of Vietnam during a turbulent period of its past.

NOTE: WE DO NOT ENTER, JUST TO SEE FROM THE OUTSIDE.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: The Venerable Thich Quang Duc Monument, Corner of Cach Mang Thang Tam & Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, Ho Chi Minh City 70000 Vietnam

The Thich Quang Duc Monument is a statue located in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, that commemorates the self-immolation of Thich Quang Duc, a Buddhist monk who set himself on fire in 1963 to protest the persecution of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese government. The statue depicts the moment of Thich Quang Duc’s self-immolation, with the monk seated in a meditative pose, engulfed in flames. The monument serves as a symbol of resistance against oppression and a tribute to the bravery of Thich Quang Duc and the Buddhist community during a turbulent period in Vietnam’s history. The statue is located on a busy intersection in the city and is a popular destination for both tourists and locals seeking to pay their respects and learn more about the story behind the monument.

NOTE: WE DO ENTER, JUST TO SEE FROM THE OUTSIDE. NO TICKET REQUIRED

Duration: 30 minutes

5. Stop At: The Secret Weapons Cellar, 287/70 Nguyen Dinh Chieu District 3, Ho Chi Minh City 700000 Vietnam

Originally built by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War, the tunnels were used as a base for guerrilla warfare and as a means of transporting supplies and weapons undetected by American and South Vietnamese forces

NOTE: WE ENTER THE BUNKER, TICKETS ARE INCLUDED

Duration: 45 minutes

Inclusion

Inclusion

What’s included

  • Bottled water
  • All Fees and Taxes
  • Cup of Vietnamese coffee (Ca Phe Sua Da)
  • Entry/Admission – The Secret Weapons Cellar

What’s not included

  • Gratitude and Tips
Departure and return

Departure and return

Departure details
  • Nguyễn Huệ Street, Đ. Nguyễn Huệ, Bến Nghé, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. You will spot a person wearing either a white or blue t-shirt. If you encounter any difficulty in finding the location, please contact us via Whatsapp or phone call. Our phone number will be provided after the booking is confirmed. The tour guide will send you information about the meeting point, time, and assist you with pictures as guidance.
  • Ben Thanh Market, Ben Thanh, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. You will spot a person wearing either a white or blue t-shirt. If you encounter any difficulty in finding the location, please contact us via Whatsapp or phone call. Our phone number will be provided after the booking is confirmed. The tour guide will send you information about the meeting point, time, and assist you with pictures as guidance.
  • Tao Dan Park, Trương Định, Bến Thành Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. You will spot a person wearing either a white or blue t-shirt. If you encounter any difficulty in finding the location, please contact us via Whatsapp or phone call. Our phone number will be provided after the booking is confirmed. The tour guide will send you information about the meeting point, time, and assist you with pictures as guidance.
Return details
  • Returns to original departure point
Cancellation policy

Cancellation policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 48 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

enricochowderson
enricochowderson
Highly recommend Mai was a great guide and three experience was well worth it. Highly recommend opting for the bike over the tuk tuk, as the tranquil nature is the highlight. The row boat through the mangroves was the other major highlight. Highly recommend.
Paul D
Paul D
Simply awesome Joy Journeys is an awesome tour company. Hands down Mr. Safa is the best tour guide you will find for this experience. Also, you will get to eat authentic home cooked Vietnamese food grown and fished natively along the beautiful Mekong River Delta. You will not be disappointed.
Ben F
Ben F
Best tour in Vietnam with Po Second booking with Joy Journeys and still we requested Po as our tour guide. My wife and I did the overnight trip to see to floating market in Can Tho. Everything was well organised, pickup was on time, boat trips were lovely as we had many boat excursions in 2 days. Bamboo Eco Resort was just amazing and we couldn’t ask for more. Most importantly, Po was the best guide ever. He was very informative and was very passionate to answer all of our questions. Book this tour and you won’t regret it.
Christian C
Christian C
Tolle Tour mit super Guide Tolle Tour. Da ich mit Tom als Guide schon eine erste Tour hatte, habe ich bei ihm wiedergebucht. Wir waren insgesamt nur zu 8, so dass wir sehr schnell an den verschiedenen Stationen im Museum waren. Er konnte uns sein Wissen sehr gut Vermitteln. Auch der Fahrer von Joy Journey hat uns gut durch die Rush Hour gebracht. Tolle Tour und toller Veranstalter
Sarbesh K
Sarbesh K
Best guide and best experience Tommy is very good at his job and he explained the history of the tunnels in a very picturesque manner and expertise. Very good job by joy Journeys and especially Tommy is very punctual and respectful
Nina T
Nina T
. Had a tour with Typhoon Honey who was very friendly and enthusiastic. Did the half day tour - tour was quick and efficient with brief, simple information of the Cu Chi Tunnels. Comfortable and timely pick up for tour.
Jerry B
Jerry B
Wonderful Mekong river life!! This tour was so special with a glimpse of the rural life on the Mekong. each stop was so insightful with brick factory, straw weaving, cacao and super special lunch in the jungle. Sunny was fantastic as the guide. The bicycle ride was my highlight. Cannot go wrong with this tour choice
Lucas P
Lucas P
Tom great tour guide Tom is an awesome tour guide. Good English. Listens well to the requests of the group. Takes time to explain . Knows a lot about the history and context of the tunnels and the broader conflict. Would recommend!
Tom N
Tom N
Fantastic tour!!!! We had a fantastic time on this tour. Our tour guide Typhoon honey was very passionate and informative and went above and beyond to ensure we enjoyed our experience. Couldn’t recommend more.
Samson D
Samson D
Good value Fun short day. Our tour guide Typhoon Honey was energetic and kept things moving at a good pace. Highlights include shooting guns (extra cost) and crawling through 100m of tunnels (optional).

Nethaniel
Nethaniel
Amazing day trip that gives you a great feel for the delta and the life around the area. Nia was an incredible tour guide who made our day amazing and was really engaging. Highly recommend
Ann
Ann
Es ist eine spannende Tour. Unser Tourguide hat viele spannende Dinge über Vietnam erzählt. Das einzige, was leider relativ lange dauert, ist die Autofahrt hin und zurück. Wir hatten leider auch noch Stau und sassen deswegen lange im Auto. Ansonsten ist es lohnenswert!
Lulu
Lulu
Great communication from the second I hit send. Po gave me our guide Trí’s contact details and he explained where to meet. Trí was an exceptional guide really informative and didn’t rush us at all. We had the most fabulous trip and went to a lovely spot that only had a few tourists. We saw lots of interesting crafts and ate like kings in wonderful settings with delicious food.
Swetha
Swetha
Po and his team make this experience an unforgettable one. They personalize it and make sure you don’t do the typical touristy stuff.
William
William
The trip to the Mekong Delta River with Tommy and the team was amazing . The storytelling Tommy provided of not only about the Meekong river, but Vietnam was great to experience, as was the farmhouse in which we had lunch the local way. It was also great to witness how locals appreciate every element of nature in preparing food and the goods that come from the land. Highly recommend this tour and great value for money.
Pritam
Pritam
I would highly recommend this Mekong Delta tour. We were shown around the Mekong Delta by Nia who is an excellent guide. I was picked up from in front of my hotel at 7 AM. We visited the brick factory, followed by the coconut factory. Then we had a small bicycle ride to the riverside where the boats were waiting for us. For those who can't ride a bike, there was a tuktuk available. Then the boat took us to the interior of Ben Tre where we were served a ravishing lunch, full of local delicacies which delighted us. The lunch was followed by a small boat ride, this time it was a rowing boat. And then we made our way back to Saigon. In the middle, we stopped at a nearby rice field at my request. Throughout the session, Nia was very engaging. He educated us about Vietnamese history, the culture, how the locals live and so on along with few jokes in between so as to keep the session fun and not dull. He also provided us with his own suggestions for eating joints. I left in the evening, having made new friends and a great morning.
Guy
Guy
Great non-touristy tour to visit the cool parts that are feasible to cover in the Mekong Delta area on a day tour. Thank you Helen!
Chloe
Chloe
There are lots of things to see and do in HCMC, but this your - now this was an experience. The small group size, the route taken, the touchpoints along the way all contributed to the feeling of an intimate and authentic experience. There are many tours to choose from, but I’d highly recommend Po’s. Our guide Helen was lovely, we made friends with the others on the trip and there itinerary was packed without feeling overwhelming or rushed. Riding the bike through the coconut trees might just be the best moment out of my whole Vietnam trip. Followed by the row along the canal. 11/10 would recommend.
Alexandra
Alexandra
We had a great time in the Mekong delta with this experience. It includes several locations and very diverse information and activities. We learned about the versatility of coconut and the making of coconut products, we tasted and sampled local sweets and drinks and learned about the local brick making processes. We have also explored small canals and had a fabulous lunch in a local homestay. I would recommend it to anyone interesting in sampling the complexity of the Mekong, in one authentic full day. Thank you Po, Safa & team.

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