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Dragon Eyes River Cruise

Mekong Delta, Vietnam

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The Dragon Eyes River Cruise is among Mekong River deluxe cruises with 2 sister vessels numbered Dragon Eyes I and Dragon Eyes II. Dragon Eyes was built following traditional style of Mekong cruise by local skilled craftsmen.

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Dragon Eyes River Cruise is one of deluxe cruises in Mekong River. Being built in 2011, the cruise has length of 25 m and max beam of 4.5 m. Having only 2 cabins, Dragon Eyes is designed to serve families, couples, or small groups who want to experience a private holiday in Mekong River. In terms of public areas, the cruise has 1 indoor-lounge, 1 sun deck, 1 roofed outdoor restaurant and bar. You can be assured that Dragon Eyes is big enough to provide you ample space for privacy and relaxation. Each Dragon Eyes offers its passengers 100-m2 space.

Choosing Dragon Eye River Cruise as you companion, you can have different options of touring in Mekong River with different itineraries. Besides, when onboard, you can attend in many thrilling activities for entertainment. 5 crews including captain, sailor, service staff, guide, and cruise director will provide you high-quality services. You will always be served by big smile and warm attitude.

 

Two private cabins of Dragon Eyes has the average area from 14 – 16 m2. These cabins are equipped with bathroom, French balcony, sitting area, individual air conditioning. Besides, each room has a panoramic window in which you will have a fantastic view into Mekong River Delta.

 

Similar to other cruises in Mekong River, Dragon Eyes provides basic services to ensure your most convenience and comfort during the cruise.

 

Services

24-hours security

Reception

Safety box at reception

Newspaper & magazines

Tender for sightseeing

Baby cot

Bar & restaurant

Fresh flower

Laundry service

Cabin service (snack meal)

 

Activities

In terms of activities, you can take part in many exciting activities. Take a look at below table to see activities you can attend onboard. For detailed description, let’s jump to “Itinerary and price”.

Cooking class

Spa & massage

Bicycle tour

Sampan rides

Fishing

Tai Chi

Wooden games

 

 

2-day Mekong Delta River Cruise to the Floating Markets of Cai Be and Cai Rang

 

Day 1: Panorama River Cruise (including lunch and dinner)

Passengers will get on the vessel around noon. After a refreshing welcome drink, you can take a visit to see on-board facilities and your cozy cabin. Lunch will be served whilst the vessel starts cruising. You can both savor delicious foods and admire daily life of Mekong inhabitants.

In the afternoon, getting off the cruise for a guided stroll through a village and surrounding orchards and rice fields, you can meet and talk with residents. Do not forget to try local produce and fruits. Board the Dragon Eyes Cruise again, let’s enjoy a drink at bar and relax on the sun deck for observing breathtaking sunset on Mekong River. The day will ends with gourmet dinner. Then, enjoy your overnight on the “floating hotel” on the river.

 

Day 2: Cai Rang/ Cai Be Floating Market (including breakfast and lunch)

Around 6.30 am, Dragon Eyes will set off for a sunrise cruise. Meanwhile, you can savor your early breakfast while admiring daily activities of Mekong people such as drying exotic fruits and making building ships on wooden yards. Later, you will be transferred to a sampan to travel to Cai Be or Cai Rang Floating Market, the most boisterous and colorful markets, where abundance of exotic fruits, fresh vegetables, and skillful handcrafted product are sold . The choice is really yours. Besides, the sampan will take you to visit local houses, verdant orchards, and ship-building yards. After enjoying your brunch on board (Can Tho) or lunch at Mekong Rest Stop near My Tho, Dragon Eyes will bring you back to your hotel in Saigon.

 

Price per person in a double or twin cabin:

Low season (April — September)

Peak season (October — March)

US$ 289

US$ 369

 

Note:

Inclusions

Exclusions

  • Road transfer from / to Saigon
  • Accommodation in cozy double or twin bedded cabins
  • 4 meals
  • Mineral water placed in your cabin
  • Side trips on sampans as mentioned in the itineraries.
  • Drinks
  • Tips
  • Private transfer on Dragon Eyes

 

2-day tour between Saigon and Phu Quoc

 

Day 1: Panorama River Cruise (including lunch and dinner)

Passengers will get on the vessel around noon. After a refreshing welcome drink, you can take a visit to see on-board facilities and your cozy cabin. Lunch will be served whilst the vessel starts cruising. You can both savor delicious foods and admire daily life of Mekong inhabitants.

In the afternoon, getting off the cruise for a guided stroll through a village and surrounding orchards and rice fields, you can meet and talk with residents. Do not forget to try local produce and fruits. Board the Dragon Eyes Cruise again, let’s enjoy a drink at bar and relax on the sun deck for observing breathtaking sunset on Mekong River. The day will ends with gourmet dinner. Then, enjoy your overnight on the “floating hotel” on the river.

 

Day 2: Floating market and travel to Phu Quoc (including breakfast and lunch)

Around 6.30 am, Dragon Eyes will set off for a sunrise cruise. Meanwhile, you can savor your early breakfast while admiring daily activities of Mekong people such as drying exotic fruits and making building ships on wooden yards. Later, you will be transferred to a sampan to travel to Cai Be or Cai Rang floating market, the most boisterous and colorful markets, where abundance of exotic fruits, fresh vegetables, and skillful handcrafted product are sold. Then, you will be transferred by car to the waterfront town of Rach Gia and to the pier for the ferry to Phu Quoc. Lunch box will be served on the way.

 

Price per person in a double or twin cabin:

Low season (April – September)

Peak Season (October – March)

US$ 379

US$ 459

 

Note:

Exclusions

Inclusions

Road transfer from Saigon (Accommodation in cozy double or twin bedded cabins

English speaking guide aboard the cruise boat and on side trips

Meals as mentioned in the itinerary

Mineral water placed in your cabin

Side trips as mentioned in the itinerary

Transfer by car (with driver) to Rach Gia and ferry from Rach Gia to Phu Quoc;

for the direction Phu Quoc — Saigon, shuttle transfer from Rach Gia to the departure point of cruise vessel 

Drinks

Tips

Private transfer on Dragon Eyes

 

3-day Mekong Delta River Cruise to the Floating of Cai Rang and Cai Be

 

Day 1: Panorama River Cruise (including lunch and dinner)

Passengers will get on the vessel around noon. After a refreshing welcome drink, you can take a visit to see on-board facilities and your cozy cabin. Lunch will be served whilst the vessel starts cruising. You can both savor delicious foods and admire daily life of Mekong inhabitants.

In the afternoon, getting off the cruise for a guided stroll through a village and surrounding orchards and rice fields, you can meet and talk with residents. Do not forget to try local produce and fruits. Board the Dragon Eyes Cruise again, let’s enjoy a drink at bar and relax on the sun deck for observing breathtaking sunset on Mekong River. The day will ends with gourmet dinner. Then, enjoy your overnight on the “floating hotel” on the river.

 

Day 2: Life on the water and floating markets (including breakfast, lunch, and dinner)

Around 6.30 am, Dragon Eyes will set off for a sunrise cruise. Meanwhile, you can savor your early breakfast while admiring daily activities of Mekong people such as drying exotic fruits and making building ships on wooden yards. Later, you will be transferred to a sampan to travel to Cai Be or Cai Rang floating market, the most boisterous and colorful markets, where abundance of exotic fruits, fresh vegetables, and skillful handcrafted product are sold . The choice is really yours. Besides, the sampan will take you to visit local houses, verdant orchards, and ship-building yards. Alternatively, you can have an interesting excursion by foot to explore nearby town or by bicycle to discover small side canals of Mekong River. At noon, the ship will continue its voyage as lunch is served. In the afternoon, you will attend in another side trip to one of peaceful villages en route.

 

Day 3: An exotic world of its own (including breakfast and lunch)

After breakfast, Dragon Eyes will start early on Mekong River to bring you to a floating market. Do not forget to take beautiful photographs to keep this wonderful moments. Board on sampan, you will experience a thrilling visit to lush rural sceneries and fertile fields. Then, you will return to the cruise for packing up. Before being transferred back to Saigon, Dragon Eyes will cater you a brunch onboard or a lunch at Mekong Rest Stop.

 

Price per person in a double or twin cabin:

Low season (April – September)

Peak Season (October – March)

US$ 459

US$ 599

 

Note:

Inclusions

Exclusions

  • Road transfer from / to Saigon
  • Accommodation in cozy double or twin bedded cabins
  • 7 meals
  • Mineral water placed in your cabin
  • Side trips on sampans as mentioned in the itineraries.
  • Drinks
  • Tips
  • Private transfer on Dragon Eyes

 

3-day Mekong Delta Cruise Tour between Saigon and Phnom Penh

 

Day 1: Panorama River Cruise (including lunch and dinner)

Passengers will get on the vessel around noon. After a refreshing welcome drink, you can take a visit to see on-board facilities and your cozy cabin. Lunch will be served whilst the vessel starts cruising. You can both savor delicious foods and admire daily life of Mekong inhabitants.

In the afternoon, getting off the cruise for a guided stroll through a village and surrounding orchards and rice fields, you can meet and talk with residents. Do not forget to try local produce and fruits. Board the Dragon Eyes Cruise again, let’s enjoy a drink at bar and relax on the sun deck for observing breathtaking sunset on Mekong River. The day will ends with gourmet dinner. Then, enjoy your overnight on the “floating hotel” on the river.

 

Day 2: Life on the water and floating markets (including breakfast and lunch)

Around 6.30 am, Dragon Eyes will set off for a sunrise cruise. Meanwhile, you can savor your early breakfast while admiring daily activities of Mekong people such as drying exotic fruits and making building ships on wooden yards. Later, you will be transferred to a sampan to travel to Cai Be or Cai Rang floating market, the most boisterous and colorful markets, where abundance of exotic fruits, fresh vegetables, and skillful handcrafted product are sold . The choice is really yours. Besides, the sampan will take you to visit local houses, verdant orchards, and ship-building yards.

You will disembark around 11.00 – 11.30 am on the pier and enjoy lunch in Anh Kiet Ancient House or brunch onboard. Then, Dragon Eye’s shuttle bus or car will take you to Chau Doc. Depending on your budget, you can stay in famous colonial-style Victoria hotel or a family managed 2-star hotel.

 

Day 3: Across border towards Cambodia (including breakfast)

In the last day, you will move to a speed boat for a thrilling ride to Phnom Penh – your starting point to explore Cambodia and its famous Angkor Wat temples. Your trip ends here. Please contact Dragon Eyes Cruise if you want to have a tour around Angkor or any further trips.

 

Price per person in a double or twin cabin:

Low season (April – September)

Peak Season (October – March)

US$ 459

US$ 549

 

Note:

Inclusions

Exclusions

  • Road transfer from Saigon (private transfer with Gecko Eyes)
  • Accommodation in cosy double or twin bedded cabins
  • Guided walk and side trip on sampan as mentioned in the itinerary
  • English speaking guide on the cruise boat and side trips
  • Shuttle service from Can Tho / Cai Be to Chau Doc
  • Hotel in Chau Doc (Victoria Hotel superior room or double room in 2-star hotel)
  • Public speed boat from Chau Doc to Phnom Penh         
  • Transfer from the hotel in Chau Doc to the jetty for the public speed boat
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Mineral water placed in your cabin on your cruise boat and in hotel room
  • Visa fee for Cambodia (you can get a visa for Cambodia at the border crossing where the speed boat stops for immigration; for this you need to bring 35 USD and a passport photograph)
  • Private transfer from Saigon available
  • Drinks (except for breakfast and the mineral water in your cabin/hotel room)
  • Dinner in Chau Doc on the second evening
  • Tips
  • Private transfer on Mekong Eyes and Dragon Eyes US$ 36 per person.

 

3-day tour between Saigon and Phu Quoc

 

Day 1: Panorama River Cruise (including lunch and dinner)

Passengers will get on the vessel around noon. After a refreshing welcome drink, you can take a visit to see on-board facilities and your cozy cabin. Lunch will be served whilst the vessel starts cruising. You can both savor delicious foods and admire daily life of Mekong inhabitants.

In the afternoon, getting off the cruise for a guided stroll through a village and surrounding orchards and rice fields, you can meet and talk with residents. Do not forget to try local produce and fruits. Board the Dragon Eyes Cruise again, let’s enjoy a drink at bar and relax on the sun deck for observing breathtaking sunset on Mekong River. The day will ends with gourmet dinner. Then, enjoy your overnight on the “floating hotel” on the river.

 

Day 2: Life on the water and floating markets (including breakfast, lunch, and dinner)

Around 6.30 am, Dragon Eyes will set off for a sunrise cruise. Meanwhile, you can savor your early breakfast while admiring daily activities of Mekong people such as drying exotic fruits and making building ships on wooden yards. Later, you will be transferred to a sampan to travel to Cai Be or Cai Rang floating market, the most boisterous and colorful markets, where abundance of exotic fruits, fresh vegetables, and skillful handcrafted product are sold . The choice is really yours. Besides, the sampan will take you to visit local houses, verdant orchards, and ship-building yards.

Back on board, you will be catered a gourmet lunch. Afternoon excursion will take place in exotic villages or lush plantations. As the ship moors close to Tra On Island, you can have another wonderful overnight on Mekong River.

 

Day 3: Cai Rang Gloating market and Transfer to Phu Quoc (including breakfast and lunch)

In this day, Dragon Eyes Cruise will take you to Cai Rang floating market where a plenty of tropical fruits and vegetables are traded. After an excursion in Cai Rang floating market, a car will bring you to water front of Rach Gia and to the pier for the ferry to Phu Quoc. Lunch box will served en route.

 

Price per person in a double or twin cabin:

Low season (April – September)

Peak season (October – March)

US$ 549

US$ 689

 

Note:

Inclusions

Exclusions

Road transfer from Saigon (private transfer with Gecko Eyes)

Accommodation in cozy double or twin bedded cabins

Mineral water placed in your cabin

Meals as mentioned in the itinerary

Guided side trips as mentioned in the itinerary

English speaking guide on the cruise vessel and side trips

Private transportation (car with driver) to Rach Gia and ferry from Rach Gia to Phu Quoc 

for the direction Phu Quoc — Saigon, shuttle transfer from Rach Gia to the departure point of cruise vessel

Drinks (except for breakfast and the mineral water in your cabin)

Tips

Private transfer on Mekong Eyes and Dragon Eyes US$ 36 per person.

 

Exclusive 4-day cruise from Saigon to Phnom Penh

 

Day 1: Panorama River Cruise (including lunch and dinner)

Passengers will get on the vessel around noon. After a refreshing welcome drink, you can take a visit to see on-board facilities and your cozy cabin. Lunch will be served whilst the vessel starts cruising. You can both savor delicious foods and admire daily life of Mekong inhabitants.

In the afternoon, getting off the cruise for a guided stroll through a village and surrounding orchards and rice fields, you can meet and talk with residents. Do not forget to try local produce and fruits. Board the Dragon Eyes Cruise again, let’s enjoy a drink at bar and relax on the sun deck for observing breathtaking sunset on Mekong River. The day will ends with gourmet dinner. Then, enjoy your overnight on the “floating hotel” on the river.

 

Day 2: Life on the water and floating markets (including breakfast, lunch, and dinner)

Around 6.30 am, Dragon Eyes will set off for a sunrise cruise. Meanwhile, you can savor your early breakfast while admiring daily activities of Mekong people such as drying exotic fruits and making building ships on wooden yards. Later, you will be transferred to a sampan to travel to Cai Be or Cai Rang floating market, the most boisterous and colorful markets, where abundance of exotic fruits, fresh vegetables, and skillful handcrafted product are sold . The choice is really yours. Besides, the sampan will take you to visit local houses, verdant orchards, local candy and cake making factories, and ship-building yards. Afterwards, why not discovering some small back roads by cycling. It will be a very fun moment.

Whilst you are enjoying your lunch, Dragon Eyes will sail towards Long Xuyen, where you can see many fish farms and floating houses. This place is the center of local Hoa Hao, which is considered as a religion based on Buddhism. In the afternoon, depending to season and weather, the vessel will take you to Ban Lang – a bird sanctuary or a handicraft village or mushroom farm.

 

Day 3: Cruise to Chau Doc (including breakfast and lunch)

In the early morning, Dragon Eyes will cruise to Chau Doc. After savoring breakfast on the top deck, you can visit a floating farm and charm village. The Mekong River cruise will end after serving you a delicious lunch. You will be transferred to hotel in the rest time of day.

 

Day 4: Across the border into Cambodia (including breakfast)

In the last day, you will move to a speed boat for a thrilling ride to Phnom Penh – your starting point to explore Cambodia and its famous Angkor Wat temples. Your trip ends here. Please contact Dragon Eyes Cruise if you want to have a tour around Angkor or any further trips.

 

Price per person in a double or twin cabin:

Low season (April – September)

Peak Season (October – March)

US$ 629

US$ 769

 

Note:

Inclusions

Exclusions

Road transfer from Saigon

Accommodation in cosy double or twin bedded cabins on the Dragon Eyes or Gecko Eyes

7 savoury meals on board

English speaking guide on the Dragon Eyes or Gecko Eyes (other languages available on request)

Mineral water placed in your cabin

hotel accommodation incl. breakfast (Victoria Chau Doc Hotel, superior room)

speedboat from Chau Doc to Phnom Penh

All entry fees

Side trips and excursions as mentioned in the itinerary

Visa fee for Cambodia (you can get a visa for Cambodia at the border crossing where the speed boat stops for immigration; for this you need to bring 35 USD and a passport photograph)

Drinks (except for breakfast and the mineral water in your cabin/hotel room)

 

 

Check-in/Check-out

The check-in and check-out time is often at noon. Due to there are different itineraries, the check-in and check-out time will change a little bit. Thereby, you are highly recommended for asking exact information when booking.

In terms of cancellation and children policy, please take a look at below tables for your reference. Please be reminded that the policy can be changed any time. This is reference information:

 

Children policy

Child under 2 years old

Free of charge

Child 2- 12 years old

75% adult price

Child over 12 years old

100% adult rate

Note: Maximum one child is allowed to stay in the same cabin with 2 adults

 

Cancellation

15 days before departure

10% of total rates

From 7 to 14 days before departure

50% of total rates

From 3 to 6 days before departure

75% of total rates

Under 3 days before departure

100% of total rates

 

Cards accepted

Passengers can transfer payment to Dragon Eyes Cruise by bank transfer, PayPal, or credit card (Visa, Master Card …)

 

What should to bring?

-           Passport with valid visa

-           Some cash in VND/ USD for personal expenses

-           Wide brim hat

-           Sunblock or insect repellent

-           Sports shoes & swimming suite

-           Warm clothes (in winter)

-           Learning tools, cakes, and candy (if tourists accompany with children)

 

How safe is your boat?

To ensure the safety and security of passengers onboard:

-           All onboard crew is trained and certified as per international marine standards

-           Fire alarm system in all cabins, public areas and back areas

-           Firefighting system in all ship areas

-           Expert marine superintendent

-           24 hours watch on duty

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