About 40 km southeast of Ho Chi Minh city by car with 1.5- hour drive, the Can Gio Forest was recognized as the first mangrove biosphere reserve in Vietnam by UNESCO in 2000, coverage an area of 75,000 ha, this area is a lively world of diverse flora and fauna which has inspired biologists and nature lovers alike.
The Cu Chi Tunnels, which highlight the dedication and ingenuity of Viet Cong soldiers during the Vietnam War, are a must-see destination in Southern Vietnam. On your Cu Chi Tunnels half-day tour, you’ll spend the morning wandering this vast underground complex that was once buzzing with thousands of soldiers. The site is a startling contrast to today’s Vietnam, a fast-developing country where the legacy of war is almost forgotten.
The ‘rice bowl’ of Vietnam, the delta is carpeted in a dizzying variety of greens. It's a water world that moves to the rhythms of the mighty Mekong, where boats, houses and markets float upon the innumerable rivers, canals and streams that criss-cross the landscape like arteries.
Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is Vietnam at its most dizzying: a high-octane city of commerce and culture that has driven the country forward with its pulsating energy. A chaotic whirl, the city breathes life and vitality into all who settle here, and visitors cannot help but be hauled along for the ride.