Asia Transport would like to offer our customers the price for renting our luxurious Van Limo with 9, 11, 16, 18 seats, and 7-seat cars for transportation to Ca Mau
Our vehicles are new models and come with professional drivers.
Our service includes a luxurious Van Limo and 7 seaters car, a basic English driver Skills, free WiFi, complimentary drinks, fuel, and toll fees with no hidden costs.
Route of travel by Van Limo and Car from Hanoi to Soc Trang one-way, vice versa or 1 or more days
Car 7 seaters:
Van Limo 9 seats:
Van Limo 11 seats:
Van Limo 16, 18 seats:
If you are interested in renting a Car or a Van Limo from Hanoi to Ca Mau (including driver and passengers) according to the schedule or need further advice, please contact us.
The rental price for Limo cars includes:
Driver's salary: This cost includes the driver's salary and other allowances such as food and rest expenses if the group travels long distances, meal and accommodation by his own.
Fuel costs: This cost includes the fuel costs for the 9-seat Limo car during the rental period.
Toll fees, parking fees, complimentary drinks, and cold towels on the car.
To have comfortable seating on the Van Limo and Car, please note:
Van Limo with 9 seats is for groups of less than 8 passengers.
Van Limo with less than 16, 18 seats should accommodate 14, 16 passengers, respectively, depending on the number of guests.
Car 7 seaters: under 5 passengers will better.
All car models have luggage compartments suitable for the corresponding number of suitcases.
What is the distance and travel time from Hanoi to Ca Mau?
Distance: about 2021 km from Hanoi to Ca Mau or vice versa.
Travel time: about 37.30 hours. However, the travel time may increase if traveling during peak hours when leaving Hanoi and taking breaks on the way.
Travel by Limo car on the road.
About Ca Mau?
Cà Mau is the southernmost province of Vietnam, located at the tip of the country's mainland. The province covers an area of about 5,260 km² and has a population of approximately 1.2 million people.
Cà Mau has a strategic geographical location, bordering the sea and featuring many rivers, canals, and marshes that create a unique ecological environment. With many famous tourist destinations, Cà Mau is a popular destination for travelers. The province's popular tourist attractions include:
U Minh Ha National Park: This is one of the largest national parks in Vietnam, home to many rare species of animals and plants.
Tram Tram Su Forest: One of the largest mangrove forests in Vietnam, where visitors can explore and enjoy the pristine nature.
Bai Da Mat Troi (Sunset Rock Beach): A beautiful beach featuring unique rocks that are considered one of the most famous tourist destinations in the province.
In addition, Cà Mau has many other landmarks such as Hon Da Bac, Ngoc Hien temple, Ba Phien lagoon, Cai Rang market, and many other tourist areas.
In terms of economy, Cà Mau's main industries are agriculture and fisheries, taking advantage of the unique characteristics of the coastal region.
However, in recent years, the province has also developed other industries such as wood processing, textile, and services.
In terms of weather, Cà Mau has a tropical monsoon climate, with a rainy season and a dry season. The weather in Cà Mau is generally hot and humid all year round.
The rainy season lasts from May to October, and the dry season lasts from November to April of the following year. However, during the rainy season, the province may be affected by storms.
Weather and People in Ca Mau
The weather in Ca Mau is quite hot and humid year-round, with a tropical monsoon climate characterized by wet and dry seasons. The average temperature ranges from 27 to 29 degrees Celsius, with the highest levels in April and May, and the lowest in December and January.
The air humidity in Ca Mau is also very high, reaching around 80-90%, especially during the rainy season.
Due to the humid climate, many Ca Mau residents live and work in swampy and river delta environments, mainly as fishermen, farmers, and wild animal hunters.
Traditional local occupations include shrimp and fish farming, fishing, rice cultivation, and livestock farming.
In addition, Ca Mau residents are very friendly and hospitable, welcoming guests with coconut cups, coffee, and sweet pia cakes.
Ca Mau is also known for its rich culture and cuisine, especially seafood dishes such as duck porridge, fish hotpot, linh fish noodles, and many other specialties.
In recent years, Ca Mau has developed various industries to boost its economy. However, the tourism industry is still growing and becoming an important source of income for the province, attracting visitors to famous tourist destinations.