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Cu Chi Wildlife Rescue Station

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No. 50, Road No. 15, Cho Cu Ha Hamlet | near An Nhon Tay crossroad, Ho Chi Minh City 70000, Vietnam
+84 98 428 11 90
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  • Excellent63%
  • Very good15%
  • Average8%
  • Poor6%
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11 Jun 2018
“Closed to visitors”
2 Jan 2017
“Update on centre 1.1.2017”
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No. 50, Road No. 15, Cho Cu Ha Hamlet | near An Nhon Tay crossroad, Ho Chi Minh City 70000, Vietnam
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+84 98 428 11 90
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Reviewed 11 June 2018 via mobile

We wanted to visit the Center during our Cu Chi Tunnels Tour, however according to our guide, it is closed to visitors because the government took it over.

Thank Karin M
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Reviewed 3 January 2017

This Centre used to be a popular stop for people visiting the nearby Cu Chi tunnels. In 2016 the government Forest Protection Service took over operation and management from the NGO previously running it. The Centre is still in a period of reorganisation and I...More

20  Thank yogayogi
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Reviewed 10 April 2016

I was really looking forward to visiting this place during my recent trip to HCMC. I emailed the Wildlife At Risk NGO that was co-operating the facility with the Forestry Department of the Vietnam Gov't and requested a visit. Unfortunately, the staff of WAR were...More

10  Thank hops11
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Reviewed 10 April 2016

Go mornings preferably as the afternoon sun tends to bake you hard. Good for walking around in the mornings

Thank robbielampard
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Reviewed 29 February 2016 via mobile

Wrong adress at TripAdvisor (you have to find the correct one on the internet) Closed because of illnesses of animals (some infection)

2  Thank areitoral
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Reviewed 24 December 2015

The information listed on trip advisor is wrong, the URL and phone number is for a travel agent. You need to cal ahead to make sure someone is going to be there. If you go a Google search for Cu CHi wildlife Rescue you will...More

9  Thank asterysk
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Reviewed 1 November 2015

We visited here after we went to the Cu Chi Tunnels and it was so worth the stop. It seemed like we were the only ones there so enjoyed a private tour. Definitely stop here if you are going to Cu Chi.

3  Thank Travelwithme20
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Reviewed 2 October 2015

I was at CCWRS yesterday and was not permitted entry. The facility has had an outbreak of some sort and will be off limits to visitors for at least 2 months. An employee came outside the closed gates and informed us. Obviously the souvenir shop...More

6  Thank James T
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Reviewed 1 October 2015

We had a private tour of the centre and it was the most fabulous experience. The staff were so friendly and all the animals looked happy and well looked after. It was very sad to hear/see how many of the animals had lost limbs via...More

3  Thank UKDXBTraveller
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Reviewed 26 September 2015 via mobile

My wife and I love animals, more than some humans actually 🙊so we are spending two weeks volunteering here and it is simply one of the best experiences of our lives. As a volunteer you will be hands on. You'll be preparing food for the...More

7  Thank Thicksoup
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Jessebash
22 January 2018|
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Response from EnidG O |
I made my trip to Cu Chi Wildlife Rescue Station on 10 March 2018 and one of the staffs there told me that all animals at that moment were released to their natural habitats. I was so sad and doubting but there is good news... More
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Ratheesh_Nair_India
10 May 2017|
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Response from TRANDUCDANTHINH | Reviewed this property |
Hi Ratheesh_Nai... Please, you must contact a hotline of WAR : 0932.121.593 right just before you plan to visit The Cu Chi Wildlife Rescue station.
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La Octava C
14 February 2016|
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Response from Nora B |
This organisation provides sanctuary for animals that have been confiscated from owners or illegal traders and cannot be returned to the wild. They take care of the animals, keep them safe, provide medicine. Is it as good as... More
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