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Cu Chi Tunnels Luxury Group Tour Half Day

Highlights
  • Enjoy the chance to walk through some of Vietnam’s best preserved tunnels
  • Observe villagers working the nearby rice fields, some of which sit over the tunnels
  • See overgrown blast craters from the aerial bombing campaigns
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Cu Chi Tunnels Luxury Group Tour Half Day
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Cu Chi Tunnels Luxury Group Tour Half Day
US$ 30.00
Overview
Constructed by Communist guerrilla fighters, the Củ Chi tunnels are a symbol of the Việt Cộng’s struggle against the French in 1940s and the American War in the 1960s.  Built in three layers, the fighters lived in the underground network of tunnels. Hidden under leaves and trapdoors, the tunnels are complete with weapons facilities, hospitals, command posts, kitchens and ventilation.  Take this tour to see how the Việt Cộng lived.
What to Expect

Cu Chi Tunnels tours will help you discover area resides at the end of the Ho Chi Minh Trail and served as the base from where Vietnamese guerilla soldier attacked Saigon. The fighters of Cu Chi took the war underground by developing a network of tunnels that stretched as far as Cambodia, which included: meeting rooms, kitchens and ventilation systems. These tunnels served as an effective network for engaging in guerilla warfare against U.S troops.

Don't miss the experience of a short, exciting trip through this labyrinth of interlaced tunnels. In addition, we can see green paddy fields along the road to Cu Chi tunnels, and see how local peasants at work and buffaloes led by children…These are great pleasant sights and will offer you some insights into Vietnamese agriculture as well (Extra: you can use the gun here!).

We will spend time to explore the maze of tunnels with countless trap doors, storage facilities, weapons factories, field hospitals, command centers, kitchens, and more. Besides, we will enjoy the most popular food during war days at Cu Chi tunnels – the cassava.

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Reviewed today via mobile
Matt M

This was the best tour I have done in Vietnam by far! The tour guide, Tuan, was excellent and full of knowledge! His passion and energy while telling the stories of the war were captivating and left some people in tears! Not only was he...More

Thank Matt M
Reviewed yesterday
Tuan is the best tour guide in the world!

We had an amazing tour of Cu Chi Tunnels with Tuan. He was an officer in the South Vietnamese Army during the War, and he provided us with details and stories about the War and the Tunnels that no other guide could have matched. The...More

Thank tylerconte15
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Great fun and extremely educational tour of the Cu Chi tunnels.

We had a great morning exploring the Cu chi tunnels. Toan our guide gave us a background to Vietnam and the Cu chi tunnels on the drive from Ho Chi Minh. He spoke great English and was entertaining and informative both about the long history...More

1  Thank TomStanway
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Tour provides impression, not the full experience

If you want to fully experience the tunnels and learn all there is to learn, then don’t have the impression this tour will give you that! Good for a glimpse of the historical site but nothing more. Although there are reviews here about really good...More

Thank Travelbug_story
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Half day Cu Chi Tunnels

We did the half day tour today with Rio. She is an excellent guide. She gave a different point of view to the War which was great to hear and her English is the best I’ve heard since arriving. She was very insightful. I think...More

Thank SMtaste
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