Up early for a cruise throughout the floating village with tons and tons of fish farmed beneath hundreds of shelters. Continue the ship cruise to Da Phuoc, a Muslim Cham village across the river on Con Tien island in Chau Doc’s centre. Here, find the village famous for traditional weaving. We continue moving to the Cambodia border area. Where we have a chance to visit Tra Su mangrove forest, an ideal ecotourism site. After that we will take the boat trip through the Tra Su Nature Reserve and will show you a distinctive Natural habitat conservation wetland ecosystem in the Mekong delta.
Tra Su is home to 140 species of plants and 70 of birds, cajeput trees are green throughout the year. Then we hike up to the sacred Sam Mountain with its panoramic views across vast plains in Cambodia. Our guide will tell you the story of the Vinh Te canal that connected HaTien to Chau Doc. This canal brings new Water from the Bassac river to the immense delta area, so it plays a huge role as the border channel between Vietnam and Cambodia. Descending down Sam mountain, We’ll see the famous Lady Chua Xu Temple and Thoai Ngoc Hau tomb. Thoai Ngoc Hau was a Vietnamese military administrator of the Nguyen dynasty who conducted the digging of Thoai Ha and Vinh Te canal.
Lunch break at a nearby place. In the mid-day, we travel to CanTho, with a stop to visit BinhThuy community temple. It was constructed in 1783 and later renovated. But it has remained a traditional feature of the Southern style. Overnight in Can Tho.