Visit a wet market located near by the busy town. Ideal for catching pictures of the hustle and bustle of market. Later depart for Dong Thap province to explore the famous beautiful Xeo Quyt forest. The forest is known as an incredible river tunnels which is the basement among residential place in Vietnam war from 1960 to 1975 and was recognized as the Historical Monument is 1992. Visiting this area, you have a chance to experience excited moments on the sampan boat weaving into wild narrow canals hidden under layers of green and yellow climbing plants. Let’s imagine how wonderful it is to explore the river tunnels with a system of bomb shelters, fighting tunnels restored on the basic of ancient traces along with the remaining kitchen, meeting rooms, bomb holes over there. Have lunch with great typical dishes of Mekong Delta before heading to Sa Dec city.
We head to visit Sa Dec flower village where there are many kinds of beautiful flowers. One of the most typical features of Sa Dec, which is different from other flower growing villages, is that Sa Dec villagers grow flowers all year round and you see flowers blooming in some specific times of years. Stop along the way to taste seasonal fresh fruits as mango, longan, mangosteen… Visit Huynh Thuy Le Ancient House which is a great combination of Eastern and Western architecture. Moreover, what makes this house so famous is the romantic love of a well-known writer Marguerite Duras with Mr Huynh Thuy Le. This sad love story, later told in her work “L’amant” in French and “The Lover” in Vietnamese, was published in 1984 and won the most prestigious literary prize in France, the Goncourt. In 1986, it was filmed by the director Jean-Jacques Annaud with the same name.
Travel on the country road to experience authentic daily life of Mekong people with their farming activities along the way back to Can Tho city. Enjoy food with local cuisine at local restaurant then we drop you off at hotel in Can Tho at around 4:00 pm.