• Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  • Duration: 3 days (approx.)
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Discover the natural and cultural splendor of the Mekong Delta on a private 3-day tour from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh City. Cross the border that separates Cambodia and Vietnam and enrich your knowledge of the country’s distinct cultures and magnificent natural landmarks. Climb to the vertiginous peak of Sam Mountain; delight in the exotic bird species that inhabit Tra Su Bird Sanctuary; and browse stalls brimming with enticing produce at the Cai Rang floating market. Luxuriate in standard or deluxe accommodation each evening and enjoy a selection of authentic meals throughout your tour.


  • 3-day Mekong Delta private river tour from Phnom Penh, led by a knowledgeable guide
  • Ride a speedboat to Chau Doc, located on the border of Cambodia and Vietnam
  • Hike to the peak of Sam Mountain for 360-degree views
  • Ride a boat to a mosque serving the minority Cham community
  • Search for egrets, storks and a variety of wildlife in the cajuput forest and wetlands of Tra Su Bird Sanctuary
  • Glide through the Cai Rang floating market and end in Ho Chi Minh City
  • Relax in standard or deluxe hotel accommodations, and enjoy included breakfasts and lunches

What You Can Expect

Private 3-Day Mekong Delta River Tour from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh City

Private 3-Day Mekong Delta River Tour from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh City

Relish personalized attention from your professional guide on this private 3-day tour from Phnom Perth to Ho Chi Minh City. Experience a range of exhilarating activities including hiking to the peak of Sam Mountain, riding a speedboat to Chau Doc and browsing exotic food stalls at the Cai Rang floating market.

Upgrade from standard to deluxe accommodation to enjoy the luxurious facilities of the 4-star Victoria Resort and pleasure your palate with breakfasts and lunches inspired by Cambodian and Vietnamese culinary classics.  


Customer Reviews

Ron P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Fantastic tour. We were a party of 6 and opted for the luxury hotels which both exceeded expectations.
The only hiccup was that the local powerboat company showed up 4 hours early in Phnom Penh and this led to a rushed start.
After the boat ride we met the tour guide in Vietnam and the real tour began. Everything was well planned and went smoothly.
Vietnam is a beautiful country and the local people are extremely friendly.
This tour is highly recommended.

Marita F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

Our guide picked us up after we crossed the border after a nice speedboat-cruise from Cambodia. We immediately got a good feeling from the guide and the driver. They took us to eat at a local restaurant, then some temples and markets. Really nice evening with the locals. Beautiful hotel for the overnight stay, on Nui Sam mountain overlooking the rice fields! Next day, we had more boat safaries, visiting fish/crocodile farms,bird sanctuary, local tribes and more delicious food. Super nice accommodation in Can Tho, overlooking the city! 5 stars!! Went to floating market, noodle-factory and a snake farm!optional

Oliver R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2015

This tour was excellent. it provided us with a memorable experience of life on the Mekong Delta. Hotels chosen for us were excellent and the tour guide was amazing and spoke fantastic english. As there were only two of us the price was high, however the experiences provided made it worth it!!

Mahal Correa P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2015

A fantastic tour! Even though we started in a bad way the company and the tour guide did its best to make it the best trip possible. I would like to thank my tour guide N.T. and San for making this trip a memorable one. Mr. Toni also did his best to surprise us on our anniversary day which made it more special. A 5 star for this company and would likely to recommend this to other people.

Ida H

4 star rating: Recommended December 2016

Our guide Tun was very helpful and knowledgeable. He was also patient and always read to extend assistance to our needs. The view at the bird sanctuary was extremely beautiful and tranquil. The floating market was an experience too, where we get to eat the various fruits and even noodle soup. We purchased the deluxe accommodation and it was worth the value. The only upsetting incident was on the first day in Phnom Penh, where the agent asked us to get our own Tuk Tuk and find our way to the harbor, after he couldn't find us in the hotel. Even though he paid the Tuk Tuk fees, we were expecting to be picked up by a vehicle.

Samantha G

3 star rating: Worth doing April 2017

The tour itself was a 4/5. Positives - our tour guide was great, interesting activities, the Victoria hotels were amazing, took us to hotel in hchm. Negatives (2/4) not enough information before given VIATOR get your act together, tour didn and #39;t start until after midday on first day so very rushed.

Katerina C

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better March 2017

There are some nice things about the tour, but we felt it was 1 day too long and definetely we felt we overpaid for what it was worth it.
There was too much time spent in transfer, lack of information, we didn and #39;t get the option for the morning boat to Vietnam so we lost the first day.

Tone K

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better November 2015

The trip was not to our expectations. The guide did not have enough insight and were not assertive.
We got too little information about where we were going, and homestay stay should have been informed earlier It was not 3-stars which we had booked - we had not chosen such an option if we knew what this was.

Thomas K

1 star rating: I do not recommend this April 2017

Not sure where to even begin on how to rate this trip.. knowing what we know now..,I would have never booked 'the tour'..
I've come to learn Viator is really just a middle man taking a cut . Not one of our guides works for them. The guides were contacted by a 2nd or 3rd party off of trip advisor and had no knowledge of Viator. The 'guides' are all freelance and get a call/job from the 2nd party based on bid.So your not getting a Viator travel guide your getting a local guy with a vehicle who takes you to a few places that he gets some benefits from if you buy there stuff.along with his bid price and guilts you into a good tip because 'he's so poor' or has a daughter in the hospital etc etc .you get the picture.The country is beautiful but beyond the major cities not much to see or at least we didn't see much. Our understanding of the tour was supposed to be boat travel and village/community visits . Instead we traveled for hours in someone's vehicle our guide borrowed.,Just to spend 20 minutes at a temple.For what we received out of the 1029.00 could have been had for half the price had we done a little homework . Unfortunately you don't know ,what you don't know.

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