Di Cho Biet Introduces Community Tourism in Can Gio, Ho Chi Minh City

Di Cho Biet has recently introduced Community Tourism in Can Gio, Ho Chi Minh City. By joining this, tourist will experience daily activities with local people on Thieng Lieng islet

Hochiminh, Vietnam - November 8, 2019 / / —

Di Cho Biet has been offering the best community tourism services in some of the beautiful places in Vietnam. Now they have introduced the same service in Can Gio so that people can explore the beautiful island.

When the COO of the company was interviewed, he said, “Community Tourism is a great way of knowing a place and interacting with its natural habitat. The Can Gio Island is no doubt a very beautiful one that needs to be explored. This is why we have started our new services on the island so that people can get in terms with its beauty.”

The people on this island are very warm and welcoming and thus a tourist shall receive the best quality of hospitality there. There are beautiful natural landscapes that are surrounding the island and the views are breathtaking. Thus a community tour to the place can be extremely overwhelming.

At a press conference, the Managing Director of the company said, “We have conducted thorough research on Can Gio Island and then have designed the tour. Our main aim is to help people get the maximum amount of satisfaction in exploring the island. We have also priced the tour packages in such a way so that they will not hit the pocket of the tourists hard.”

The island offers seafood in abundance and thus anyone who is in love with it shall enjoy it to the fullest. There is a wide variety of seafood that is very low in price but high in taste. There are also mangroves surrounding the island that makes for a very beautiful spot to witness. They create a great natural ecosystem that can be compared to the Amazon forest on a small scale.

When the Chief Marketing Head of the company was asked, he said, “Di Cho Biet has been offering community tourism packages for a long time and there are many people who have taken various tours with us. After a proper survey on the Can Gio Island, we have added the place to our list for helping people know the island better.”

Di Cho Biet offers yoga and meditation sessions to the tourists in Can Gio that can help attain mental peace. They make sure that people get to interact with nature in the best way and imbibe its freshness to the fullest. The company also offers wonderful accommodation for the tourists so that they can have a very comfortable stay.

Company Profile:
Di Cho Biet is a travel company in Ho Chi Minh City that offers Community Tourism packages. They help people to explore some of the beautiful islands of the country through their community tourism services that are priced very low.

Contact Details:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Trip2Know
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQi5AitpaVIkke5PdwG96lg
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dichobiet/

Contact Info:
Name: Paul
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Organization: Di Cho Biet
Address: 73 Cao Thang, Ward 17, Phu Nhuan District, Ho Chi Minh City
Phone: +84 932.113.225
Website: https://dichobiet.com/

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Release ID: 88933171

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