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Half-Day Cu Chi Tunnels from Ho Chi Minh City by Luxury Speedboat
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Cu Chi Tunnels Experience: Small Group Tour
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Private Mekong Delta and Cu Chi Tunnels Full-Day Trip
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“shooting range” (1,144 reviews)
“booby traps” (536 reviews)
“vietnam war” (1,483 reviews)
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Hours Today: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Ho Chi Minh City 700000, Vietnam
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Reviewed yesterday

Its about a two hour drive from Ho Chi Minh City to the tunnels. But worth it. This was top of my wife's want to see list in Vietnam. The tunnels you do get to see and go into are refurbished so are larger than...More

Thank Peter I
Reviewed yesterday

We recently spent some time at these tunnels. Being from South Africa, we had an understandably Western mindset about the Vietnam war. After our time here, that was completely different and it was an eye-opener to see just how ingenious the Vietcong were in their...More

Thank AshWews
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Booked the half day tour from the hotel desk. Took about an hour and half from city to location. Tour gave an insight experience About suffering during war time. Very educational. A must visit location.

Thank joongyc
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Interesting and informative guide. 250 miles of tunnels had been dug in the past. Very clever people but sad as to the reasons for the need for the tunnels.

Thank Davidholiday2017
Reviewed yesterday

definately not a luxury experience but a very educational trip. Rather do this on a hot day, rain could be very messy

Thank Anthony T
Reviewed yesterday

Henry as our tour guide, i highly recommended him as a good tour guide with well knowledgeable explaining the Cuchi Tunnel history.On our way to Mekong he also bought guava for all of us. When we reached Mekong, Henry explaining the Mekong river, there's alot...More

Thank ysl2903
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This trip is a must. I had a 15 hour layover getting in early morning and leaving late evening so this trip was perfect. They collect from your hotel around 8-8.30am and take you back to your hotel around 2.30pm . Small group of around...More

Thank 111,870
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We took the small group half day trip. It was an interesting expirience, walking through the tunnels and imagining their struggle. I wouldn't miss it while in Saigon.

Thank vera v
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Though this tunnel is considered as one of the top attractions in HCMC, I still not considered a must go attraction. Reasons: 1) it is too far away from town - almost 5 hours to-fro journey from town area 2) This attraction is talking about...More

Thank 529dominicc
Reviewed 2 days ago

Although it is full day affair to drive to theses tunnels they provide a very interesting insight into the war and the residents of this area. The tunnels themselves once you get there are perhaps less interesting than I thought they would be but nevertheless...More

Thank marcnels0n
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Hui Yee C
14 October 2017|
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Response from Cassandra D | Reviewed this property |
Another option rather than booking a tour is to use the local bus to go there and have a look yourself. You don't really need a guide just make sure you get there with enough time before they close for the day and take some... More
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Sian S
29 September 2017|
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Response from moony_kav | Reviewed this property |
Hi it is possible to get a taxi, it will probably be a little more expensive, however it will allow you more time at the tunnels, which we wish we had, and you wouldn't be forced to stop at a specific shop and restaurant... More
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Sian S
29 September 2017|
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Response from mikinon | Reviewed this property |
It is possible to go on your own. The entry tickets are available at 110000 dong each, and taxis buses are available, but I'm not sure about the transport cost. If you are solo traveler, may not be worth the time cost.
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