Routes:  HCMC – Can Gio – HCMC

Can Gio is a biosphere reserve of the world. The ecological forest of Can Gio is situated 50km away from downtown Ho Chi Minh City.

Can Gio has been recognized as a biosphere reserve of the world by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) after evaluation of various aspects, including the people, ecology, environment and biosphere sustainability

Monkey Island - situated in Can Gio Mangrove Forest, where UNESCO has recognized as International Biosphere Reserve on January 21st, 2000. In Forest Park, you shall explore its wonders: Visiting Can Gio Museum with archaeological research of relics, flora and fauna system.

Pick you up at your hotel and drive about 60km from Saigon to Can Gio Forest- the first mangrove biosphere reserve in Vietnam by UNESCO.

Arrive at Forest Park (Monkey Island) Visiting Can Gio Museum, Mangrove Forest Park Fauna Conservation with Salt – water crocodile, wild cat… and especially more than 700 wild monkey, which are very playful and contact with human.

Take Cano to visit Mangrove Forest Ecosystem and Rung Sac Guerilla Base.

Have Lunch at Carrot Restaurant. Visit Ong Thuy Tuong temple (whale’s temple).

Return to HCMC.

We suggest a small, lightweight daypack for cameras, spare film, drinking water and comfortable walking shoes.


Inclusions

All transportation and transfers. English speaking guide

1 Bottled water/ day. All admission fees

Meals as indicated in the itinerary
Exclusions
Drinks & personal expenses
Tips and Gratuities

Travel insurance

Policy:

* Free for Children of 0-5 years; 6-9 years is subjected to charges of 75% off Adult rate.

* Guides speaking other foreign language can be fulfilled at extra-cost

* Rates can vary on peak season or Public Holiday

Cancellation fees:

+ 30 days before departure: no charge

+ 15 -29 days before departure time: 30% tour rate

+ 07 -14 days before departure time: 60% tour rate

+ 02 -06 days before departure time: 80% tour rate

+ 01 days or no show:  100% full charge