What do you wear on a Vietnam river cruise?
We recommend you to bring the following items:
- Comfortable walking shoes.
- Quick drying and lightweight clothing.
- Lightweight long pants.
- Lightweight rain gear.
- Long-sleeved tops.
- Wide-brimmed hat.
- Mosquito repellant.
What is special about Mekong Delta?
The Mekong Delta is considered “the rice bowl of Vietnam”. It yields a large amount of fresh produce for the country. During the trip to this region, you will see flourishing agricultural trade at one of the most famous floating markets – Cai Rang. This floating market is a magnet for tourists with cameras.
Are there crocodiles in the Mekong Delta?
The Mekong, its floodplains and tributaries support huge collections of unique flora and fauna including, critically endangered freshwater Irrawaddy dolphins, the world’s largest freshwater fish – the Giant freshwater stingray – giant turtles, Mekong giant catfish, waterbirds, and Siamese crocodiles.
How many days do you need in Mekong Delta?
Within four or more days, it is quite long enough to discover all the provinces of Mekong Delta and even Phu Quoc Island. Beside contemplating the striking beauty of natural landscapes in this wetland, you can also visit some traditional villages to discover the culture as well as the daily life of local people here.
What do you wear on a river cruise?
1) Think casual.
During the day, cruisers dress casually and comfortably. At dinner, most women wear tops and slacks (or dresses); men opt for casual (or collared) shirts with long trousers. River cruises have no “formal nights” although some people dress up (evening casual) for a farewell or Captain’s dinner.
What do you wear on a scenic river cruise?
The dress code across all Scenic cruise and tour itineraries is casual and comfortable. Dinner attire is smart casual — open-neck shirts, trousers and dresses; you may wear a jacket or blazer with a tie, but it is not required. Q.