Ben Tre is a province in the Mekong Delta, contiguous to the East Sea with a coastline length of about 65 km and the provinces of Tien Giang, Tra Vinh, and Vinh Long. Ben Tre has an intricate network of rivers with a total length of approximately 6,000 km, including Co Chien river 82 km, Ham Luong river 71 km, Ba Lai river 59 km and My Tho river 83 km. Ben Tre has a tropical monsoon climate, the rainy season from May to October, the rest is the dry season. The annual average temperature ranges from 26 to 27 degrees.
Ben Tre has favorable conditions to develop ecotourism because it retains the pristine nature of the orchards and the fresh green ecological environment of coconut trees. The top tourist destinations in Ben Tre that visitors should not miss are Vam Ho Bird Sanctuary, Con Phung, Con Oc, Con Tien, Con Quy, Cai Mon orchards, Thua Duc beach. In addition, Ben Tre also has many Buddhist monuments or graves of famous people such as Tuyen Linh Pagoda, Nguyen Dinh Chieu Tomb, Dong Khoi guerilla village, Nguyen Thi Dinh Memorial Site and Temple, Hoi Ton Pagoda, Vien Minh Pagoda. Ben Tre is an ideal place to meet the wishes of anyone who wants to experience village life and enjoy the natural beauty of the river region.