PRIVATE CU CHI TUNNELS BY CAR
Departures: 8:00 AM or 1:30 PM
Lasts 5 Hours
AT CU CHI TUNNELS
- Watch Documentary Video (Only Showed In This Place)
- Experience The Thrill Of Crawling Into The Tunnels
- Visit Underground Bunkers (Meeting Rooms, Hospitals, Ammunitions, Etc.)
- See The Collection Of Guns And Traps, Enormous Size of Bomb Crater
- See Hoang Cam Smokeless Kitchen Where You Can Understand How VC Hide Smoke
- Play Firing Range (Bullets Fee Is Not Included)
- Try Tapioca (The Food Vc Ate During The War)
FOR PRIVATE TOUR:
PRICE PER PERSON
WHAT SHOULD WE DO
- See a self-contained underground city at Cu Chi War Tunnels.
- Learn all about the ingenious techniques of living underground for days, months and years from the first day that the tunnel formed to the end of Vietnam War.
- You can look for firing real wartime rifles and machine guns.
WHAT TO EXPECT
- Learn the struggles of life in wartime Vietnam firsthand when you go below ground in the notorious Cu Chi Tunnels. See how soldiers and civilians lived through the conflicts and the ingenious methods used to conceal themselves.
- An extremely complex tunnel system, the Cu Chi network covers a wide area of countryside near to Ho Chi Minh city and was an excellent way for the Viet Cong to move underground, undetected by American forces.
- The Cu Chi tour starts with an introductory video detailing its long 25-year construction. Then it is time to go underground in the infamous 120-mile Cu Chi tunnel system which offered a safe haven for soldiers and thousands of Vietnamese people during the Vietnam War.
- On display are booby traps, the remains of an US army tank and huge craters left by American B52 bombs. You will be able to admire lots of compelling photos and personal effects left behind.
- There is also the chance to take part in your own "HUNGER GAMES" and fire an authentic AK rifle used during the war (magazines's fee is on your own).
WHAT TO BRING
- Free Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off (District 1 and District 3 - some exclusion apply)
- AC car
- English speaking tour guide
- Entrance fees, bottle of water