OVERVIEW


The Mekong Eyes River Cruiser
Explore the vastness of the Mekong Delta on board the comfortable Mekong Eyes vessel!
Cruise boat design
The Mekong Eyes combines regional boat-building traditions with modern comforts to become the perfect holiday vessel to cruise the Mekong Delta in style. At 39 m long and 8.5 m wide, the Mekong Eyes river cruiser was built out of an old, traditional rice barge with the finest quality wood, and artfully decorated by skilled craftsmen of the Mekong Delta.
Why Mekong Eyes? – One of the traditional ceremonies performed on a newly constructed Mekong boat is the “eye-opening”. The eyes are painted on the bow for good luck, a wide-awake crew and fast and safe journeys.
The river cruise boat can comfortably accommodate up to 30 passengers in a large area of approx. 250 m2, it’s like a floating hotel:
There are 15 lavishly furnished twin and double rooms, each with a private bathroom with shower and hot water, wardrobe, air-conditioning, and fan. The rooms are well insulated from climate and sound, and all offer a fantastic panoramic view of the Mekong river
There is a large dining room on the lower deck, where you can enjoy culinary specialties of Vietnam or a sundowner in the cozy bar.
A stylish upper-deck inside panorama lounge invites you to sit back and take in the impressions of the fantastic scenery and the busy everyday life on the river.
On the top deck, you will find an open sitting area and sun deck with breathtaking views. While you are basking on the sun deck our friendly staff will pamper you with cool drinks and freshly cooked delicacies.

Our crew will do their utmost to provide you with all the services and comfort you need during your Mekong Delta cruise. The captain and his deckhand, as well as the engineer, are in charge of the technical details and the routing. An experienced chef and service staff will take you on a culinary journey through Vietnam. A local guide will explain the life and culture of the Mekong Delta to you and answer any questions you might have. Our staff also get regular safety training.
Additional services (on request only):
Bicycle tours:
This is a great way to discover the fascinating Mekong Delta life off the beaten track. You can stop on the way to explore the small paths along the canals or the river islands. Our sampan will pick you up at the end of the tour to bring you back to the Mekong Eyes. This is a perfect combination: a relaxing river cruise as well as active exploring of the Mekong Delta by bike.

Sampan rides:
During your Mekong Delta river cruise, you can do side trips with our sampan to explore the small Mekong side canals – a unique perspective on life on the water and the scenery.

Cooking classes on board the cruise vessel:
To learn the secrets of real Vietnamese cuisine, we give you the possibility to take cooking classes from our chef. You will also have the option to buy the fresh ingredients for your own meal directly at the local floating markets

Tai Chi, Yoga and Massage services:
Those services are available upon request – please inquire before your Mekong tour to ensure that they are available.

Technical specifications Mekong Eyes:

  • Class: River Cruiser
  • Max. length 39 m (125 ft.)
  • Max. beam: 8.5 m (27 ft.)
  • Draft: 1.8 m
  • Load: 400 tpns
  • Number of cabins: 15 (9 twins and 6 doubles). All are deluxe standard with private bathrooms
  • 1 air-conditioned indoor restaurant with bar
  • 1 indoor panorama lounge with air-condition
  • 1 outside sitting area
  • 1 sun deck
  • Main engine: Cummins 450 hp
  • 2 electrical generators: Yanmar 100 kVA, 24h hour electricity supply
  • Toshiba central-controlled air-conditioning and ventilation
  • Heat and smoke detectors
  • Fire fighting system

The Dragon Eyes River Cruiser
If you charter the boat you can of course adapt and change the itinerary for your Mekong Delta river cruise to your personal taste. We will be happy to support and consult you with the planning of such a trip
The Dragon Eyes is a vacation paradise for couples, families or friends. Cruising on the vast waters and the small canals of the mighty Mekong river is a great way to discover the Mekong Delta.
Why not spend your romantic honeymoon on board? You can even charter the vessel and explore the Mekong river in exclusive privacy.

Cruise boat design
The two sister boats Dragon Eyes I and Dragon Eyes II were built in the traditional style of the Mekong Delta riverboats of An Giang Province. Their elegant, slender and shallow hulls enable the Dragon Eyes to cruise also the secondary side canals of the Mekong river which are too small for the larger cruisers to explore. There we find serene riverfront life that makes the Mekong Delta so unique.

At the same time, the river cruise boats are big enough to provide you with ample space for relaxation and privacy. Each of the Dragon Eyes provides around 100 m2 for its guests. It’s like a floating hotel:
Two spacy private cabins (14 – 16 m2), providing a nicely designed bath room, a French balcony, sitting area, individual air conditioning, fans and fantastic Mekong river views through the panorama windows.

In the indoor panorama lounge you can watch the hustle and bustle of the Mekong Delta sitting in the cool and cosy front salon with air condition and large panorama windows and 270° views on the river.
On the sun deck on the top deck you can enjoy a sun bath while watching the scenery passing by. Indulge in the culinary specialities of Vietnam in the roofed outdoor restaurant or enjoy a sun-downer in your private bar on the top deck – all with fantastic river views.
Our crew of five will do their utmost to provide you with all the services and comfort you need during your Mekong Delta river cruise. Your captain and his deck hand are in charge of the technical details and the routing. An experienced chef and the service staff will take you on a culinary journey through Vietnam. Your personal guide and cruise director show you all the sights you need to see and will explain life and culture of the Mekong Delta. Our staff gets regular safety training. They will do their best to fulfill the special requests of our customers to make their luxurious cruise unique.
The boats were built by local shipbuilders from following traditional designs. The cabins and the interior built by Vietnamese master craftsmen. Most interiors and furnitures are built from exclusive tropical woods, where available with certification for sustainable forest plantation. All critical technical equipment like engine, navigation, rudder, air-conditioning, water purification or fire protection system are imported from Japan or Europe.

Additional services:
Bicycle tours:
The Dragon Eyes carry bicycles for our customers on board. You can stop on the way to explore small paths along the canals or on the river islands of the Mekong. A great way to discover the fascinating Mekong Delta life far away from the tourism track. Our sampan will pick you up at the end of the tour to bring you back to the Dragon Eyes. This is a perfect combination: a relaxing river cruise as well as active exploring of the Mekong Delta by bike.

Sampan rides:
During your Mekong Delta river cruise, you can do side trips with our sampan to explore the small side canals – a unique perspective on life on the water and the scenery.

Cooking classes on board the cruise vessel:
To learn the secrets of real Vietnamese cuisine, we give you the possibility to take cooking classes from our chef. You will also have the option to buy the fresh ingredients for your own meal direclty at the local floating markets.

Tai Chi, Yoga and Massage services:
Those services are available upon request – please enquire before your Mekong tour to ensure that they are available.

Technical specifications Dragon Eyes:

  • Lenght: 25 m
  • Max beam: 4.5 m
  • Two cabins (14 – 16 m2), 1 indoor-lounge, sun deck, roofed outdoor restaurant and bar
  • Guest area: around 100 m2
  • Crew: 5 (Captain, sailor, chef, service staff, guide and cruise director)
  • 2 electric generators
  • Modern safety equipment, heat and smoke detectors

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ITINERARY


2 days Mekong with transfer to Phu Quoc Island

This 2-day tour starts on even dates (e. g. Sept. 2, 4, 6, 8 etc.).
If you would like to begin your tour on an odd date in Saigon you can book the 3-day tour to Phu Quoc.
This tour is available with the wooden cruise vessels Mekong Eyes (15 cabins), the exclusive Dragon Eyes (2 cabins) and the private Gecko Eyes houseboat (1 cabin plus panorama lounge).
Day 1: Panorama Cruise
In the morning you are picked up at your hotel (district 1 and parts of district 3) in Saigon and take you to Cai Be (approx. two-hour drive). You board the wooden cruise boat around noon. After a refreshing welcome drink, we show you our on-board facilities and your cozy cabin. As lunch is served, the boat starts cruising. Sit back and watch the fantastic scenery and the daily life of the Mekong people.
In the afternoon you can disembark for a guided leisurely stroll through the village and the surrounding fruit orchards or rice fields. Meet the friendly locals and taste the local produce and fruits.
Get back on board for fantastic photo opportunities along the river. Enjoy a drink at the bar or relax on deck as the sun sets over the magnificent water landscape. The boat will anchor for the night. The day ends with a delicious onboard dinner.
Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Day 2: Floating market and travel to Phu Quoc
Wake up well rested to the sound of the River and get ready for another exciting day of sightseeing. At 6.30h the vessel sets off for a sunrise cruise.
After breakfast, we will board a sampan boat to Cai Rang floating market, one of the region’s busiest and most lively markets. Marvel at the sheer abundance of exotic fruits, vegetables, and skilfully handcrafted regional products. We will pull up to the boats for talking and bargaining with the merchants.
Directly after visiting the floating market, a car takes you to the waterfront town of Rach Gia and to the pier for the ferry to the holiday paradise of Phu Quoc. Alternatively, you can return to the boat for a sumptuous brunch before going to Can Tho airport for your flight to Phu Quoc. The tour ends here.
Meals: Breakfast
Note:

  • We can assist you to book accommodation on Phu Quoc island and organize your trip back to Saigon.

2 days to the Floating Markets

The boat tours leave from Can Tho to Cai Be (on odd dates, e. g. Sept 1, 3, 5, 7 etc.) or from Cai Be to Can Tho (on even dates, e. g. Sept. 2, 4, 6, 8 etc.). Daily departures.
The Gecko Eyes has no set departures.
If you are staying in Saigon, we will pick you up at your hotel (district 1 and parts of district 3) and will take you back there after the end of the Mekong Delta cruise tour. The drive to/from Cai Be takes about 2 hours, to/from Can Tho approx. 4 hours.
Day 1: Panorama River Cruise
In the morning we take you to Can Tho or Cai Be. You board your comfortable wooden river cruise vessel around noon. After a refreshing welcome drink, we show you our on-board facilities and your cozy cabin. As lunch is served, the boat starts cruising. Sit back and watch the fantastic scenery and the daily life of the Mekong people.
In the afternoon you can disembark for a guided leisurely stroll through a village and the surrounding fruit orchards or rice fields. Meet the friendly locals and taste the local produce and fruits.
Get back on board and enjoy a drink at the bar or relax on deck as the sun sets over the magnificent water landscape of the Mekong river. The cruise boat will anchor for the night. The day ends with a delicious onboard dinner. You stay overnight on board your floating hotel in the Mekong Delta.
Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Day 2: Cai Rang or Cai Be Floating Market
Wake up well rested to the sound of the river and get ready for another exciting day of sightseeing in the Mekong Delta. At 6.30h the cruise vessel sets off for a sunrise cruise. Watch the locals go about their daily work drying exotic fruits and building ships on the wooden yards while enjoying an early breakfast.
After breakfast, we will board a sampan boat to Cai Be or Cai Rang floating market, the region’s busiest and most lively markets. Marvel at the sheer abundance of exotic fruits, vegetables, and skilfully handcrafted regional products. We will pull up to the boats for talking and bargaining with the merchants. Cruise ends at 8.30am.
Meals: Breakfast

3 days between Saigon and Phnom Penh

Daily departures.
This tour is available with the wooden cruise vessels Mekong Eyes (15 cabins), the exclusive Dragon Eyes (2 cabins) and the private houseboats Gecko Eyes (1 cabin).
Departures
Tours with Mekong Eyes and Dragon Eyes start from Can Tho to Phnom Penh via Cai Be (on odd dates, e. g. Sept 1, 3, 5, 7 etc.) or from Cai Be to Phnom Penh via Can Tho (on even dates, e. g. Sept. 2, 4, 6, 8 etc.).
Departures with Gecko Eyes are daily.
If you are staying in Saigon, we will pick you up at your hotel (district 1 and parts of district 3) and take you to the pier. The drive to/from Cai Be takes about 2 hours, to/from Can Tho approx. 4 hours.
Day 1: Panorama River Cruise
You are picked up by Ho Chi Minh City. Board your wooden river cruise vessel around noon. After a refreshing welcome drink, we show you our on-board facilities and your cozy cabin. As lunch is served, the boat starts cruising. Sit back and watch the fantastic scenery and the daily life of the Mekong people.
In the afternoon you can disembark for a guided leisurely stroll through a village and the surrounding fruit orchards or rice fields. Meet the friendly locals and taste the local produce and fruits.
Get back on board and enjoy a drink at the bar or relax on deck as the sun sets over the magnificent water landscape of the Mekong River. The boat will anchor for the night. The day ends with a delicious onboard dinner. You stay overnight on board your floating hotel in the Mekong Delta.
Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Day 2: Life on the water and floating markets
Wake up well rested to the sound of the Mekong river and get ready for another exciting day of sightseeing in the Mekong Delta. At 6.30h the cruise vessel sets off for a sunrise cruise. Watch the locals go about their daily work drying exotic fruits and building ships on the wooden yards while enjoying an early breakfast.
After breakfast, we will board a sampan boat to Cai Be or Cai Rang floating market, the region’s busiest and most lively markets. Marvel at the sheer abundance of exotic fruits, vegetables, and skilfully handcrafted regional products. We will pull up to the boats for talking and bargaining with the merchants. We will also visit some of the local candy and cake making factories or boat through the green water landscape to see local houses, verdant orchards, and ship-building yards.
Disembark the boat at around 11.00 — 11.30h on the pier and enjoy lunch in town. Sit back in the shuttle and watch the water landscape from a land perspective until you reach Chau Doc where we bring you to your hotel. Depending on your budget you can choose the famous colonial-style Victoria hotel or a family managed the local 2-star hotel.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Day 3: Across the border towards Cambodia
Ride a taxi to the pier where you embark the speedboat for an exciting ride to Phnom Penh, your starting point for discovering Cambodia and the famous temples of Angkor Wat.
The trip ends here.
Meals: BreakfastPlease contact us if we can help you organize your tour to Angkor or any further trips. Of course, we will also be happy to arrange your transfer back to Saigon. The suggested tours are:

  • Options in Phnom Penh
  • from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap in a day
  • 3-day tour from Phnom Penh to Angkor Wat
  • 4-day tour from Phnom Penh to Angkor Wat

3 days Mekong with transfer to Phu Quoc Island

This tour is available with the wooden cruise vessels Mekong Eyes (15 cabins), the exclusive Dragon Eyes (2 cabins) and the private Gecko Eyes house boat (1 cabin plus panorama lounge).
This tour starts on odd dates (e. g. Sept 1, 3, 5, 7 etc.) from Saigon or Can Tho.
On even dates, we also offer a 2-day tour from Saigon to Phu Quoc. The same tour can also be booked in the reverse direction, starting with the flight from Saigon to Phu Quoc where you can stay and enjoy the island for as long as you like, and then take the boat trip through the Mekong Delta back to Saigon.
Day 1: Panorama Cruise
Boarding your wooden river cruise boat around noon. After a refreshing welcome drink, we show you our on-board facilities and your cozy cabin. As lunch is served, the boat starts cruising. Sit back and watch the fantastic scenery and the daily life of the Mekong people.
In the afternoon you can disembark for a guided leisurely stroll through the village and the surrounding fruit orchards or rice fields. Meet the friendly locals and taste the local produce and fruits.
Get back on board and enjoy a drink at the bar or relax on deck as the sun sets over the magnificent water landscape. The boat will anchor for the night. The day ends with a delicious onboard dinner.
Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Day 2: Life on the water and floating markets
Wake up well rested to the sound of the River and get ready for another exciting day of sightseeing. At 6.30h the boat sets off for a sunrise cruise. Watch the locals go about their daily work drying exotic fruits and building ships on the wooden yards while enjoying an early breakfast.
After breakfast, we will board a sampan boat to Cai Be floating market. Later in the morning, you can boat through the green water landscape on a little rowing sampan to see local houses, verdant orchards, and ship-building yards. Alternatively, you can discover the nearby town on foot or on exploring the small side canals on a bicycle.
The vessel now resumes its journey as lunch is served. In the afternoon there will be another side trip to one of the exotic villages or lush plantations along the way. While mooring close to Tra On Island you can enjoy another relaxing evening and night on your river cruiser.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 3: Cai Rang Floating Market and Transfer to Phu Quoc
After morning tea and an early start through the glorious morning atmosphere on the river, we will visit the famous floating market of Cai Rang. Marvel at the sheer abundance of exotic fruits, vegetables, and skilfully handcrafted regional products. We will pull up to the boats for talking and bargaining with the merchants.
Directly after visiting the floating market, a car takes you to the waterfront town of Rach Gia and to the pier for the ferry to the holiday paradise of Phu Quoc. Alternatively, you can return to the boat for a sumptuous brunch before we bring you to Can Tho airport for your flight to Phu Quoc. The tour ends here.
If you would like to take a flight to Phu Quoc from Can Tho, you should skip visiting Cai Rang market
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

3 days to the Floating Markets

On this tour, you have more time to discover the sights of the Mekong Delta and enjoy the river life. You can visit two famous floating markets of Cai Rang and Cai Be. On several land excursions, you have the chance to see local handicraft production, colorful brick kilns, opulent orchards and peaceful villages. Take an excursion with a small rowing Sampan or a short bike trip to explore the small side canals of the mighty Mekong river.
This Mekong Delta river cruise is available with the wooden cruise vessels Mekong Eyes (15 cabins), the exclusive Dragon Eyes (2 cabins) and the private houseboat Gecko Eyes.
Our 3-day tours leave from Can Tho to Cai Be and back (on odd dates, e. g. Sept 1, 3, 5, 7 etc.) or from Cai Be to Can Tho and back (on even dates, e. g. Sept. 2, 4, 6, 8 etc.).
If you are staying in Saigon, we will pick you up at your hotel (district 1 and parts of district 3) and take you back there after the end of the Mekong Delta cruise tour. The drive to/from Cai Be takes about 2 hours, to/from Can Tho approx. 4 hours. Daily departures. There are no set departures for the Gecko Eyes.
Day 1: Panorama River Cruise
At the wharf of Can Tho or Cai Be, board your wooden river cruise vessel around noon. After a refreshing welcome drink, we show you our on-board facilities and your cozy cabin. As lunch is served, the boat starts cruising. Sit back and watch the fantastic scenery and the daily life of the Mekong people.
In the afternoon you can disembark for a guided leisurely stroll through a village and the surrounding fruit orchards or rice fields. Meet the friendly locals and taste the local produce and fruits.
Get back on board and enjoy a drink at the bar or relax on deck as the sun sets over the magnificent water landscape of the Mekong river. The cruise boat will anchor for the night. The day ends with a delicious on-board dinner. You stay overnight on board your floating hotel in the Mekong Delta.
If you book this tour on our Gecko Eyes houseboat, you will visit the forest of Xeo Quyt on the first day. During the Vietnam war, this jungle was the headquarters of the local partisans. During the rainy season when the water levels are high enough you can explore the labyrinth by rowing sampan. In the afternoon you will visit the small and charming town of Sa Dec.
Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Day 2: Life on the water and floating markets
Wake up well rested to the sound of the river and get ready for another exciting day of sightseeing in the Mekong Delta. At 6.30h the cruise vessel sets off for a sunrise cruise. Watch the locals go about their daily work drying exotic fruits and building ships on the wooden yards while enjoying an early breakfast.
After breakfast, we will board a sampan boat to Cai Be or Cai Rang floating market, the region’s busiest and most lively markets. Marvel at the sheer abundance of exotic fruits, vegetables, and skilfully handcrafted regional products. We will pull up to the boats for talking and bargaining with the merchants. We will also visit some of the local candy and cake making factories or boat through the green water landscape to see local houses, verdant orchards, and ship-building yards.
Later in the morning, you can boat through the green water landscape on a little rowing sampan to see local houses, verdant orchards, and ship-building yards. Alternatively, you can discover the nearby town by foot or explore the small side canals of the Mekong river on a bicycle.
The cruise boat then resumes its journey as lunch is served. In the afternoon there will be another side trip to one of the exotic villages along the way.
Gecko Eyes: visit of the morning market in Sa Dec. If you like you can go shopping with the chef and take part in a cooking lesson on board. Once the boat resumes its journey, you travel through small channels towards Can Tho (or Cai Be). In the afternoon there is the option of a land excursion and visit of a small village, a stroll through orchards, a bicycle ride or a cooking class.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 3: An exotic world of its own
After breakfast and an early start through the glorious morning atmosphere on the Mekong river, we will visit another floating market. Be sure not to miss the great photo opportunities for authentic snapshots of the Mekong people and their life.
Take another sampan side trip right into the lush rural landscape, the fertile fields, the exuberant green. Then it’s time to pack up and return to the pier from which we started.
The Mekong Delta cruise boat tour ends at around 11.00 — 11.30h on the pier. After lunch or brunch before getting back to Ho Chi Minh City.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

4 days private cruise Mekong Delta on Gecko Eyes

Daily departures!
Explore the magic water worlds of the southern Mekong delta with our Gecko Eyes Cruisers, the exclusive houseboats. We take you to the original delta landscape and drive along gigantic meandering river channels to the less explored beautiful green areas in the country’s southern tip.
So far the tourist infrastructure in this remote region is quite modest. Travellers who want to experience the area off the beaten track can gain fascinating insights into life on and by the water.
Day 1: Panorama river cruise
After your transfer from Saigon to Can Tho you check into your exclusive houseboat, the Gecko Eyes in the late afternoon. We cast off and leave behind the political and economic center of the Mekong Delta. The mighty bridge with its filigree details slowly disappears on the horizon. Enjoy lunch in the panorama-lounge, while the ship floats on the powerful Mekong river channel in the direction of Long Xuyen. On this part of the route, the river appears very busy with a lot of commercial traffic and all kinds of ships which make the journey even more exciting.
In the afternoon we will arrive in Long Xuyen where you can visit the floating market. It takes place right in front of the impressive market hall which characterizes the silhouette of the provincial capital. Tourists are still hard to find in this part of the area.
Afterwards, we turn into a smaller branch of the Mekong and we head towards Rach Gia, the port city at the Gulf of Thailand, where we arrive early evening. There will be several opportunities to take beautiful pictures at the busy little channels and some land excursions, during which you can see Cao Dai temples, local markets, small towns, manufactories and the colorful traditional brickworks.
You will spend the night on board the Gecko Eyes in the vicinity of Rach Gia.
Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Day 2: Cruise through the exotic water landscape
After a trip through the channels of Rach Gia you will head east and out of the city. You will pass branches of the fishing suburbs, where numerous impressive fishing boats lie right in front of houses. We go past shipyards building those formidable ocean-going wooden fishing boats.
Soon it will get more quite and its time to leave behind the areas with well-developed infrastructure. We drive south along small channels and meandering stream courses. Traffic, as well as settlements, become less and less. From a tourism perspective, we will enter new territory due to the lack of tourist infrastructure. Only a few international travelers visit this region. This gives us the chance to explore the original Mekong delta.
Again, you spend the night on board of the houseboat, right in the middle of the colorful water world of the southern delta. Enjoy the remoteness and peace of the South!
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 3: Immerse in the green of the delta
We spend the day in the green of the delta. The Gecko Eyes floats through the beautiful stream landscape along small branches and powerful original river channels, which meander through the alluvial soil’s luscious green.
That’s how the Mekong delta must have looked like in most parts, before numerous channels were built. The river banks are lined with vast mangrove forests.
On board of your comfortable River Cruiser the crew spoils you with delicious gastronomic specialties and cold drinks.
You can enjoy nature and plantations as well as little villages at the water ways with your guide by bike or by foot. Sometimes you may even find traditional villages with thatched roofs alongside the river. Discover the traditional country life in the fertile alluvial land.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 4: Continued journey through the delta
We will spend the day on board the Gecko Eyes cruising back to Can Tho, where you will arrive in the late afternoon. End of the cruise.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

PRICE


Rate per person in USD:
1. 2 days Mekong with transfer to Phu Quoc island:

Travelling time 1Oct 2017 – 31 March 2018 1 April – 30 Sep 2018
Boat Per pax Single supp Per pax Single supp
Mekong Eyes $315 $157 $291 $146
Dragon Eyes $392 $196 $358 $179
Gecko Eyes $579 $290 $485 $243

2. 2 days to the Floating Markets:

Travelling time 1Oct 2017 – 31 March 2018 1 April – 30 Sep 2018
Boat Per pax Single supp Per pax Single supp
Mekong Eyes $186 $93 $170 $85
Dragon Eyes $307 $153 $230 $115
Gecko Eyes $409 $204 $314 $157

3. 3 days between Saigon and Phnom Penh:

Travelling time 1Oct 2017 – 31 March 2018 1 April – 30 Sep 2018
Boat Per pax Single supp Per pax Single supp
Mekong Eyes $424 $212 $388 $194
Dragon Eyes $555 $278 $444 $233
Gecko Eyes $695 $347 $561 $295

4. 3 days Mekong with transfer to Phu Quoc Island:

Travelling time 1Oct 2017 – 31 March 2018 1 April – 30 Sep 2018
Boat Per pax Single supp Per pax Single supp
Mekong Eyes $446 $223 $404 $161
Dragon Eyes $649 $325 $520 $260
Gecko Eyes $865 $432 $737 $368

5. 3 days to the Floating Markets:

Travelling time 1Oct 2017 – 31 March 2018 1 April – 30 Sep 2018
Boat Per pax Single supp Per pax Single supp
Mekong Eyes $317 $159 $276 $138
Dragon Eyes $521 $261 $391 $196
Gecko Eyes $694 $347 $566 $283

6. 4 days private cruise Mekong Delta on Gecko Eyes:

Travelling time 1Oct 2017 – 31 March 2018 1 April – 30 Sep 2018
Boat Per pax Single supp Per pax Single supp
Dragon Eyes $666 $491 $544 $405
Gecko Eyes $859 $626 $676 $497

If you choose to stay at a regular hotel in Chau Doc, the price is US$ 40/person lower

INCLUDE & EXCLUDE


Inclusive of

  • Accommodation in cosy double or twin bedded cabin
  • English speaking guide aboard the cruise boat and on side trips
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Mineral water placed in your cabin
  • Side trips as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Transfer by car (with driver) from Can Tho/Cai Be to Rach Gia and ferry from Rach Gia to Phu Quoc; or alternatively: transfer to Can Tho airport and plane ticket to Phu Quoc.

Exclusive of

  • Land transportation from/to  Ho Chi Minh City
  • Travel insurance of any kind
  • Tip, drinks, personal expenses
  • Others services not mentioned
  • Bank transfer fees & credit card service fees
  • Other not mentioned above

MEKONG EYES CRUISE

$ 85
Destination:
Mekong With Transfer To Phu Quoc Island
Duration:
2 days / 1 night
Departure schedule:
Set Departute Dates
Departure time:
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