Cu Chi Tunnels & Saigon City Tour
You will visit the Headquarter of NLF (National liberation front of South Vietnam during Vietnam War) by US Army’s Jeep. This can be an unforgettable trip of discovery the amazing Cu Chi Tunnels – the underground world built by simple tools & even bare hands during wartime and meet a local veggie expert. You then have a different way to explore Saigon’s hot spots on topless Jeep.
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Jeep tours
Group Size Small Group
Your army Jeep and guide will meet you at the hotel and drive to Cu Chi Tunnels.
Upon arrival, you will watch a short introductory video about land and then visit various mantraps, the remains of an American tank and numerous bomb craters. You even can explore the tunnels by yourself. (You may like to try out war-era guns. Check them out at the shooting range at your own expense).
After leaving Cu Chi Tunnels, you will visit Mr. Mushroom’s farm & restaurant. Visit the farm and hear the explanation about vegetables and herbs there. After the farm tour, enjoy your meal with fresh ingredients picked from his farm.
After getting back to Saigon, you will start the city tour, visiting the Reunification Palace- the former residence of the President of South Vietnam. Then, leaving the city center and heading to District 5, visit the oldest part of Saigon, with a large Chinese community that has been settled for centuries. In Cho Lon, you will spend time visiting the bustling Binh Tay Market.
The trip concludes at your hotel.
- Tour starts: 8.00am
- Jeep driving distance: 140km
- Tour duration: 09 hours
- What to bring: sun cream; sunglasses; mosquito repellent; walking shoes or sandals; hat
Price per Person
(Unit: 1 USD & 1,000 VND)
Please note that all prices are correct at the time of publishing. They are subject to change without prior notice and can only be confirmed upon submitting an enquiry.
- Jeep with driver (one Jeep could hold 04 adults: driver + 03 passengers or driver + 01 tour guide + 02 passengers)
- English speaking local guide (01 guide/group)
- Lunch (local foods)
- Drinks in Jeep (water, beer)
- Entrance fees