At 7:30 AM, our guide will pick you up at your hotel and roam the roads of saigon to head to Can Gio land. The most special thing left in saigon now is that we have to travel by ferry from saigon to Can Gio province. This land is formed from mangrove forests and is home to many wild animals such as birds, monkeys, crocodiles and especially crabs (a specialty of this land). Our drivers will take you to visit Monkey Island (which is home to hundreds of monkeys and also where guerrilla fighters hid during the Vietnam War). After that, our group will have lunch and visit Can Tho market. This is where hundreds of types of local seafood are sold every day. We will continue to travel to visit Can Gio beach and visit Cao Dai pagoda. then we will return to Ho Chi Minh city to finish the journey.
CAN GIO - MONKEY ISLAND BY MOTORBIKE
- 7:30AM -4:00PM
- Free hotel pick-up and drop-off (District 1, 3, and 5 and some exclusion apply)
- High quality open-faced helmet
- All food and drinks, motorbike, fuel
- Rain poncho (if needed)
- Friendly and professional guides
- Accident insurance
- ... and lots of smiles
All items of a personal nature
- Cancel 2 hours before tour: charge 50% fee
Being the largest temple of Cao Dai religion, the Caodaism Temple attracts millions of visitors and pilgrims annually.
The Temple was built in 1933 and officially inaugurated in 1955. It has a unique architectural design combining Eastern and Western philosophy, showing the synthesis of many spiritual elements in a harmonious way. The first impression for visitors when coming here is the image of the Holy Eye on the front of the Temple - a radiant eye - the sacred symbol of Caodaism.
Over three-quarters of last century, the Caodaism Temple has become a pilgrimage site for about five million followers across the planet and is an attractive spiritual tourist destination for travelers all over the world.
Can Gio mangrove forest
Can Gio mangrove forest with rich vegetation and diverse species of animals living here such as birds, crocodiles, monkeys and crabs