Located around 65km southeast of Saigon, Can Gio ecological & biosphere conservation has been considered as the green lung of the city. The mangrove has been acting as a barrier to help prevent the coastal erosion and the rise of sea level in Saigon River, as well as protect the city from annual storms and typhoons.
With the size of over 70.000 hectares of mangroves, it is the second largest mangroves forest in Vietnam, and has been recognized as one of the world’s 65 most sustainable eco-tourism destinations. Since 2000, the mangrove has been listed as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
Can Gio has emerged as a very popular destination for travelers who would love to immerse in nature and green for its rich and diversity species of fauna, flora and wildlife.
Pickup: 8:00am - at your hotel in Saigon Downtown
Drop-off: 5:00pm – at your hotel in Saigon where our service ends
|1 pax||2 pax||3 pax||4 pax||5 pax||6+ pax|
|Children 6-11 years||N/A||86/pax||75/pax||67/pax||60/pax||56/pax|
|Children 3-5 years||N/A||57/pax||50/pax||45/pax||40/pax||37/pax|
|Children under 3||Free of charge|
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