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Half-Day Afternoon Cu Chi Tunnels Tour

Highlights
  • Travel underground and back in time to the Vietnam War at Cu Chi Tunnels
  • See the weapons factory, hospital, and fighting tunnels with a guide
  • Choose to shoot an impressive range of weaponry at the firing range
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Half-Day Afternoon Cu Chi Tunnels Tour
From US$15.00
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Meet up OptionMost Popular
This option begins at a meeting point at 12.45 PM Customer must be present on that time.
From US$15.00
Pick-up & Transfer Option
This option is included pick up and transfer to the centrally located hote/accommodation in Dist 1, Ho Chi Minh City. Time pick up is 12:30-12:40 PM, customer must be present at the lobby on time.
From US$19.00
PREMIER OPTION
This option is included small group (15 pax), pick up and transfer to the centrally located hotel in District 1, HCMC. Time pick up is 12:30-12:40 PM, customer must be present at the lobby on time.
From US$25.00
Overview

If you’re short on time, you don’t need a full-day tour to visit the Cu Chi Tunnels, a network of Vietnam-War–era tunnels some 37 miles (60 kilometers) outside Ho Chi Minh City. Stay in bed longer, enjoy lunch at a place of your own choosing, and take it easy with door-to-door round-trip transportation on an afternoon tour that’s perfect for anyone who loves unique places.

What to Expect

Your local guide will collect you from your central Ho Chi Minh City hotel for the drive to the Cu Chi Tunnels. Learn about the role the underground network played in the Vietnam War along the way. On arrival, watch a film about the tunnels and the savage fighting in the area. Then explore a sample of the vast warren: the weapons factory, hospital, kitchens, as well as some tunnels so low you need to crawl.

If you’d like, try cassava, the bland root that was the main food for guerrillas fighting in Cu Chi. You can also choose to fire weapons, including AK-47 assault rifles and even machine guns at the nearby shooting range. Once your group is done at the range, return to your hotel in time for dinner.

Reviews (152)
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Cu chi. . . . Tunnel adventure. !!!

Had a nice time in Saigon city...!!! Cu chi tunnel tour was simply amazing. Highly recommending...!!! With Vietnamese war history and Guerella tunnels.... Which u can personally go through was very nice.. . . . Started the tour with the pick up from our guide...More

Thank Austin F
TNKTravelTeam, Manager at TNK Travel, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Dear Austin F, It's good to know that you've got such a great time with Cu Chi tour. This is where you'll learn more about Vietnamese war history and how Viet Cong soldiers lived in that condition. For your kind words to our tour guide,...More

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great experience

Yen our guide was very informative and had a great sense of humour. We learnt alot about the war and tunnel systems. Highly recommend this tour.More

1  Thank Denise N
TNKTravelTeam, Manager at TNK Travel, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear Denise N, It's our great pleasure to accompany you during this Cu Chi Tunnels tour, which hopefully tells you more about Vietnam war and the pain Vietnamese people endured. We also hope that this is a great chance for all visitors to explore how...More

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Hassle free tour with informative guide

Great way to visit cu Ci tunnel with tnk travel. Yen our tour guide was informative and humorous. Cuci is definitely a place to visit in ho chi minh.More

1  Thank chongjic
TNKTravelTeam, Manager at TNK Travel, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hello chongjic, Our team is thrilled to hear such sweet words from you as it comes to our Cu Chi Tunnels tour this time, especially when Yen also did such an amazing job in offering you helpful knowledge about the sites you visited. More than...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Yen tour

Mr. Yen is very good in explaining the history of the Cu Chi Tunnel. Never a dull moment. Even though he constantly cracks a joke, the pain of the memories of the Vietnam war was still evident, we sensed it during our ice cream break....More

1  Thank rudyiii
TNKTravelTeam, Manager at TNK Travel, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Dear rudyiii, We're thrilled to read your nice words about your exploration of Cu Chi Tunnel and our tour guide Yen who never fails to make your whole journey more fascinating than ever. And it's so kind of you to understand the pain Vietnamese people...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Very disappointing

I was really let down by this tour and would not recommend it. The Cu Chi tunnels are an amazing price of history and deserving of a tour guide that is informative and enthusiastic. Our tour guide was extremely difficult to understand- so much so...More

1  Thank jazmineo772
TNKTravelTeam, Manager at TNK Travel, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Dear jazmineo772, Thank you for trusting and choosing TNK Travel as a part of your journey. In response to your complaint about our tour guide whose English is quite hard for you to understand about the amazing historical site - Cu Chi Tunnels, we regret...More

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Lottie850
October 30, 2018|
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Response from E2607SMstevenc | Reviewed this property |
same same, no difference if you catch from their office. They came to my hotel and the bus was late, so we walked 5 mins to the office, but I think it’s a flat rate unless you are way out of the city.
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lisahellen
October 10, 2018|
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Response from Suprio2012 | Reviewed this property |
6pm will be tight if you go for 1pm afternoon tour as traffic is quite severe around 5 pm to 7pm for office rush hours. Better to go for 8am tour & be back by 3pm latest.
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Eve P
October 6, 2018|
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Response from E2607SMstevenc | Reviewed this property |
I’m sorry, I know they definitely speak Vietnamese and English. I am sure you could ask for a Mandarin speaking guide, they have many employees.
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