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  • Mountain Bike

    Starting from the Lodge, while remaining on the island, you can rent for one half day or one full day mountain bike, perform many shady walks along tens of kilometers of small roads that crisscross between tree gardens fruit.  You can also discover the small village of Thoi Son, with its town hall, schools, dispensary, small traditional shops, the market early in the morning and especially its essential the famous barber shop Mr Minh (just after the turn to get to the village from the great bridge, second house on your left). For the more adventurous, nothing prevents you to take a small ferry that takes you in less than 10 minutes on the Ben Tre province famous for its coconut plantations.

  • The Motobike

    For the less brave who fear to pedal at a temperature above 30 ° C, you can rent half day or full one motorbike and let yourself be transported effortlessly along small roads. At the other end of the island, about 8 km from the Lodge, after passing under the big bridge, you join the north – eastern part of the island a handicraft market with caramel factory, and mini singers performances of traditional songs of the Mekong Delta.

  • The Boat Ride

    In the Mekong Delta by definition you live on the water or beside the water. Indeed, by taking a boat you can see, once the Mekong left, a lot of countless rivers, canals, that will make you dive into a wild universe, where you will come across small boats carrying fruits, foods, supplies private sectors without road communication. You can choose between the classic tourist walks, but you can also choose the ballad “nature and discovery” for more authenticity. From the Lodge , you can of course explore the island of the Unicorn where the lodge is located across the island from both sides, but also visit the others 3 My Tho islands that are the Dragon island, Phoenix island and Turtle Island, which each have their peculiarities.

  • The Carriage Ride

    You also have the possibility of many walks in horse carriage on the island, traditional means of transport. These are small carriages drawn by small horses that allow the many trails of the island and go with ease on the various points of tourist attraction of the island.