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Bike and Boat Tour to the Cu Chi Tunnels from Ho Chi Minh City

  • Cu Chi Tunnels tour from Ho Chi Minh City by bike and boat
  • Travel to the Cu Chi Tunnels on a specially designed itinerary
  • Meet villagers and artisans during a scenic bike ride
Bike and Boat Tour to the Cu Chi Tunnels from Ho Chi Minh City
From US$ 160.00
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Bike and Boat Tour to the Cu Chi Tunnels from Ho Chi Minh City
US$ 160.00
Visit the Cu Chi Tunnels in a more interesting way than a typical bus tour with this boating and biking experience. You'll take a speedboat along the Saigon River followed by a bike ride along quiet roads for the chance to see a piece of rural Vietnam. Pass by a rubber plantation, rice paper factory, and a market, and take a walking tour of the tunnels to learn about their wartime history. Lunch included.
What to Expect
Whilst Saigon is a vibrant and exciting city, this tour gives you a chance to bike the peaceful countryside as we show you the real Vietnam, only a short distance from the big city and near the Cu Chi Tunnels.

This tour begins with the relaxing, enjoyable and fast boat ride. The scenery quickly changes from urban to suburban, to rural. Your bikes will be awaiting your arrival near Cu Chi.

Riding comfortable, impeccably maintained bikes with the guidance of a charming, well spoken local Vietnamese guide, this trip will take you through peaceful villages, to see agricultural landscapes and the daily life of the Southern Vietnamese people. We will visit a small, locally owned rice paper factory where spring roll wrappings originate. We will cycle through a beautiful, shaded rubber plantation and learn the history and significance of rubber in Vietnam's colonial past and contemporary economy.

And finally, a visit to the famous Cu Chi tunnels tops a highly memorable day of adventure and provides some historical context to much of what you will see in your time in Vietnam. The tunnel tour include a chance to crawl through the historic passageways - and experience life underground as it was just a few decades ago.

Bike the Cu Chi Tunnels - blends outdoor adventure and recent history in the landscape of contemporary, rural Vietnam.
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great way to visit an essential stop in Vietnam.

Our 3rd Grasshopper trip after using their services in both Cambodia and Thailand di not disappoint. Typical professional service, with great bikes, guide and amenities. Highly recommended.

Thank Kane G
Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile
Fantastic day!

We had an amazing day doing the bike and tunnels tour today. The speedboat on the Saigon river was a great way to reach the start of the ride! The guide on the speedboat was informative too. The bikes were waiting for us when we...More

1  Thank Charlotte B
Reviewed 13 August 2018

Speedboat, bike ride and tunnels. An awesome experience and our guide Phat was excellent. #recommend

Thank Gavin S
Reviewed 22 July 2018
Great Family Fun

We had a great day out on the boat, bikes and tour of the tunnels. Communication was excellent, our expectations were well and truly met. Our guide Phat was friendly and provided great information, answering all our questions and adding more! The lunch was a...More

Thank shelley201855
Reviewed 18 July 2018 via mobile
Not just a tour - an experience!

My partner Craig and I recently did the boat, bike ride and tunnels tour with Grasshopper Adventure Tours. Our tour guide “Phat” greeted us with a smile and was extremely accommodating in making us feel comfortable and answering all of our questions. We were lucky...More

1  Thank Karen W
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