Cai Be: About 70km from Ho Chi Minh City, Cai Be is not the biggest fruit-growing area in the Mekong Delta, but it is a popular destination of international tourists. Cai Be has famous fruit varieties like Hoa Loc mango, pomelo mango, dragon longan, king orange, honey orange and others. You should stay one night here to go shopping at the Cai Be Market and sightsee around the neighborhood.
Orchards in Vinh Long: Vinh Long has long been famous for its orchards, which offer all kinds of fruit in all four seasons. The most famous fruits here are Binh Minh pomelo, Binh Hoa Phuoc rambutan, Tam Binh orange, Ri 6 and Chin Hoa durian, sugar tangerine and Hoa Loc and Cat Chu mango.
Lai Thieu orchards: Located about 20km from Ho Chi Minh City, Lai Thieu is the home to vast orchards of durian, jackfruit, sapodilla, custard-apple and other fruit. You can pick the fruit you want and taste them from the comfort of a swaying hammock in the garden.
Trung An orchards: Some 40km from Ho Chi Minh City’s center, Trung An orchards in Cu Chi District is the nearest place to enjoy fresh fruit and relax during the weekend. In addition to sightseeing, and enjoying the fresh fruits, you can fish in huts or taste delicious dishes.
Orchards in Vinh Kim: When referring to Vinh Kim in Chau Thanh District, Tien Giang Province, many people think of Lo Ren star apple. In addition to this famous star apple brand, you can also enjoy other unique fruits.
My Khanh: This is a large garden on four hectares of land located between the floating market of Cai Rang and Phong Dien, with over 20 varieties of fruit trees and ornamental plants. Upon arriving at My Khanh orchard, visitors feel the warmth and serenity of space, delicious sweetness of fruit and the peaceful atmosphere.
Cai Mo: The orchards in Cai Mon, Cho Lach District of Ben Tre Province are known for the mild climate all year round and delicious fruit like durian, rambutan, pomelo, mango, longan, plum, and others. Hai Hoa grapefruit and Chin Hoa durian are particularly noteworthy. You can spend two days here to explore the fascinating cuisines of Ben Tre.
Long Khan: Orchards in Long Khanh, Dong Nai Province, are highlighted with ripe red rambutan trees along the roadsides. If you like, you can stop at any orchard to buy rambutan, mangosteen, durian or custard apple.
Nam Nhi: Nam Nhi is another name of Lam Ha Commune, Da Huoai, Lam Dong Province, with rambutan, jackfruit, durian and strawberry gardens. You can go camping and enjoy fruit in these orchards