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- Duration: 11 Hrs
Departure Time :
07:30 AM Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, you must contact the local service provider to verify your exact pickup time.
Departure Details :
123 Lý Tự Trọng, Phường Bến Thành, Quận 1, Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam
Traveler pickup is offered
Pick up & Drop off at your hotels in Central of District 1. Other District.. read more
Return Details :
Returns to original departure point
Cancellation Policy : This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.
OverviewExplore the huge underground network of Cu Chi tunnels where were used as a military base of Vietnamese Soldiers during the Vietnam War resistance to the US Forces
Cruise on a motor boat to discover the Mekong Delta region & Paddle along the small canals under fronds of coconut trees lining both sides on a small rowing boat
Enjoy a local lunch with Vietnamese Cuisine
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This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Cu Chi Tunnels, Ho Chi Minh City
7:45AM. We will pick you up at your hotel in Ho Chi Minh city by a VIP Car (with seats luxuriously designed in passenger cabin) and head to Cu Chi tunnels where you will explore and learn about the Vietnam War resistance the US Forces. You can crawl short distances through the tunnels. Learn about how different types of booby trap - the symbol of guerrilla warfare - were created and set up. If you get adventurous, you can buy bullets to fire a real AK-47
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Mekong River, Long Xuyen, An Giang Province
11:30AM. We depart for My Tho (Mekong Delta). On the way, we stop by at a local restaurant to enjoy a lunch with Vietnamese Cuisine (Halal & Vegan food available)
13:30PM. Arrive Mekong Delta, take a small row boat to paddle along the small canals under fronds of coconut trees lining both sides. Get on the motor boat to cruise to the coconut island. We disembark at a local family to enjoy tropical fruits, taste honey tea, honey wine, see how the local products are made, and enjoy a live local music performance performed by the villagers.
16:00PM. Strolling along the countryside roads to get to know the locals going about their day. Relax with the peaceful atmosphere, then say goodbye and depart for Ho Chi Minh City.
Around 17:45PM to 18:30PM. Arrive Ho Chi Minh city. We take you back to your hotel.
Duration: 6 hours
Tour starts at 7:30AM, ends 6:50PM
Transfers by air-conditioned Bus or Limousine (depend on option booked)
English speaking tour guide
Entrance ticket at Cu Chi tunnels
Lunch of Vietnamese cuisine (vegan food available)
Hotel pick up and drop off in central of District 1
Entry/Admission - Cu Chi Tunnels
Entry/Admission - Mekong River
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Infants must sit on laps
Dress code is formal
Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
Not wheelchair accessible
Near public transportation
Not recommended for pregnant travelers
Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
Children under 18 cannot book this tour alone
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 500 travelers
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Traveler ReviewsSee all reviews
Ele is a very good and knowledgable tour guide. We had fun and learned a lot about the history of vietnam
Tu is an exception guide, who is able to share his true life stories of Vietnam's history, his family and past experiences of various nationalities when he is a tour guide. He's highly professional and very knowledgeable with his job. I feel like I was being brought back into the Vietnam War when he described the horrific history. All the best to Vietnam and Vietnamese people.
Thanks a lot Vinh for the amazing tour. It was full of unique experiences. Vinh is a very enthusiastic guide and always has a smile on his face. We will definitely recommend this tour to others.
It was really good and the tour guide was super friendly and funny. Would definitely recommend to anyone in HCM
Just an all round bad experience. If you read the details of the trip it does not tell you that they will take you to a school for disabled people who will ask you to buy something. Spend at least 5 hours on a minibus. Get asked to tip everyone who does anything for you including the ladies who row you a few metres up a smelly river!! Worst trip ever don’t do it.
We had an amazing tour guide Betty. She was very friendly and caring. We enjoyed the whole tour which had been perfectly organized.
Tour guide was very humble and generous, funny guy Alex. Hospitality and quality of food and services were excellent.
Mr Fa was an excellent guide for the whole day! Really appreciated him sharing his experiences and history of Vietnam. He doesn't ask for tips at all but I highly recommend you do tip him as he fully deserves it! Don't forget to take cash on this trip for tipping the boat ladies and singers too. Also, there are opportunities to buy tasty things like coconut ice cream - delicious. The food included on this trip was also delicious and very filling, loved all the fruits. It was very quiet when we did this tour so we felt very lucky! The tunnels were very interesting and very claustrophobic, only 1 person in our group made it all the way to the end. The Mekong Delta part was definitely aimed at tourists specifically and you stop at places where they sell you things but it was enjoyable overall.
Tour was fun and the tour guide (theo) was very knowledgeable and engaging throughout, would highly recommend to people if its their first time visiting hcmc
We enjoyed the tour. Cu Chi was an interesting exposure to the way "the American War" was fought in the area. While there's no doubt history is written by the winners, and some aspects of the tour (firing of weapons, characterisation of Americans as "devils") won't be to everyone's taste, the courage and ingenuity of the Viet Cong is admirable. The Mekong experience was also interesting, and it was wonderful to take a short trip on one of the great rivers of the world, and see some aspects of local culture. It's a long day, so be sure you're ready for it.