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Introduction

Thanks to the beautiful scenery and the hospitality of locals, the Mekong Delta has been known as one of the most popular traveling destinations worldwide. Specifically, for those passionate about riding motorcycle in Vietnam, this tour is a perfect choice.
Which places are waiting for you to visit? What specialty dishes are waiting for you to enjoy? All will be reported in this article. Let's explore with us!

Mekong Delta Motorcycle Tour Overview

There are many reasons why many people choose Mekong Delta as their traveling destination. As a region with stable climates, few natural disasters, and great security, this area of ​​more than 20 million inhabitants will offer you the most exciting experiences.

Among them, motorbike tours might be your best option. Riding a motorbike around the nooks and crannies of Vietnam is the easiest way to enjoy the most authentic side of this burgeoning country.

Here, visitors will have the opportunity to:

  • Explore the rich and beautiful Mekong Delta
  • Witness vast green fields while breathing cool, fresh air
  • Wander through lovely and peaceful villages
  • Experience the rustic Vietnamese rural life
  • Learn the process of rice paper making
  • Visit dense green plantations
  • Participate in cooking class to learn the recipes of traditional Vietnamese dishes
  • Enjoy Vietnamese cuisine
  • Visit Khmer temples and admire their impressive architecture
  • Exchange cultures with local people

Mekong Delta Motorbike Trip Schedule

Day 1: HCM city - Thanh Phu - Ben Tre

Day 1: HCM city - Thanh Phu - Ben Tre
BEN TRE, VIET NAM- MAY 31: Group of Vietnamese manual worker work hard at coconut granary, Vietnamese labor split fiber from coconut fruit, Ben Tre have large area of Mekong Delta, Southern Vietnam

Route: 140 km with four ferry crossings.

The motorbike tour will depart at 7:30 am to head to the city's southern region. You will have a chance to sail on boatyards through mangrove forests and shrimp farms.

Continuing the journey, we will cross one of the nine mouths of the Mekong River to enter the beautiful countryside. Here, proceed on a motorbike to pass through coconut groves and crop fields along the village road. 

Like other fishing villages, you will see a plethora of merchants selling various goods, cruising up and down the river as they try to make the most of the working day. The image of endless fishing boats and bustling fishermen is an ideal photo opportunity.

You will surely enjoy the freedom to discover the land on the first day of the motorbike tour in Mekong Delta. However, in the evening, the group is arranged to stop at a small village in Ben Tre for a quick rest. The peaceful town will be a great end to your day.

When the night comes, you can stay in a hotel or a homestay, depending on your preference. Make sure to notify the tour guide in advance so the appropriate arrangement can be made.

Day 2: Ben Tre - Soc Trang

Day 2: Ben Tre - Soc Trang
Soc Trang.Soc Trang / Vietnam - 02152020: Monks walk beside the Buddha statue in Vietnam

Route: 148 km with eight ferry crossings.

Riding to Soc Trang, you will be far away from the hustle and bustle of the city. You will finally be able to take a much-needed break from the long workdays, the sound of car horns, and the polluted air. 

The rice fields and blossoming flowers will bring peace to your soul.  Additionally, you will be greeted with a place where only idyllic sceneries and honest people exist. This lovely town always leaves an amazing impression that will live forever in your heart.

This is also where many ethnic groups gather. The three most popular ethnic groups are Khmer, Kinh, and Hoa. As a result, Soc Trang is a melting pot of different cultures and traditions, hence creating diversity and richness in the local cuisine.

Most importantly, each ethnic group has its own specialties, customs, and habits, all contributing to creating a separate and unique identity that no other region can replicate. 

This is an invaluable experience for riders since not many motorbike tours in Vietnam offer such activities. Thus, do not hesitate to converse with locals whenever and wherever you can. These talks will help you understand more about Vietnam.

Day 3: Soc Trang - Rach Gia

Day 3: Soc Trang - Rach Gia
Aerial view of Thom island in Phu Quoc, Kien Giang, South Vietnam

Route: 226 km with four ferry crossings.

Rach Gia, Kien Giang is a large and developed urban area in ​​Mekong Delta. 

Some remarkable Rach Gia sightseeing destinations you can visit include urban encroachment, An Hoa cultural park, Nguyen Trung Truc temple, Rach Gia pier, Tam Bao Pagoda, and Rach Gia market.

Besides the above suggestions, U Minh National Park is one of the most in-demand tourist destinations in Kien Giang. Located about 50km from Rach Gia city and about 364km southwest of Ho Chi Minh City, this is one of the largest protected areas in Vietnam.

U Minh is home to more than 254 species of plants, 32 species of mammals, 186 species of birds, 39 species of reptiles and amphibians, and 34 species of fish. This is truly an untouched beauty, carefully preserved over many years.

The motorcycle ride to U Minh national park will assuredly bring many unforgettable experiences for nature lovers.

Day 4: Rach Gia Tra Su Bird Sanctuary Chau Doc

Day 4: Rach Gia Tra Su Bird Sanctuary Chau Doc
Chau Doc/AN Giang/ Vietnam- October 2018: Farmers working on rice field in Chau Doc, An Giang. Mekong Delta, Southern Vietnam.

Route: 130 km.

Chau Doc is a city bordering the south of An Giang province, located near a romantic confluence of rivers. It is a famous motorbike riders destination in An Giang due to the tranquil and laid-back aura it emanates.

Life here possesses none of the hustle and bustle of affluent markets. It has the typical peacefulness of the West with unending rivers, fertile fields, and fruitful land. In particular, the immense Chau Doc rice fields will always be a treasured pride of the An Giang people.

Nowadays, Chau Doc is known for many charming landscapes such as Sam Mountain, Tra Su Melaleuca Forest, Vinh Te canal, and many more. If you are a person who likes to experience, then a motorbike is the ideal vehicle to aid you in discovering these destinations.

Day 5: Chau Doc Fish Farm Sightseeing - HCMC

Day 5: Chau Doc Fish Farm Sightseeing - HCMC
Sunrise scene in Tha La cultivation field with fishing net in Chau Doc, An Giang province, South Vietnam

In An Giang, any place you visit will leave a lasting impression. But no matter where you go, don't forget to visit the fish farms and Cham Chau Giang village - an indispensable activity on your itinerary.

This is a hamlet consisting of many Cham ethnic groups living harmoniously together. The uncommon lifestyle of the ethnic communities here will offer you a completely new outlook on the beauty of this water region.

The shortest motorcycle ride distance from Chau Doc to Ho Chi Minh City is about 207km. However, because the time to go through the ferry is quite long, it will take about 5 hours and 40 minutes to get back to Ho Chi Minh City.

Conclusion

On this journey, you not only have the opportunity to experience the daily life of the indigenous people but also know more about the people and cultures here.

Above are some exciting details about the short loop motorcycle ride of the Mekong Delta that we would like to share. Clearly, this Mekong Delta motorcycle trip is a must-try for any bikers coming to this peaceful land. Embark on this journey as soon as possible!

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