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Feature:A tour of the de-militarized zone (DMZ), better known the hot pot during the controversial Vietnam War. This tour to DMZ will take you back to the war sites and witness the scene of some of the bloodiest battles of conflict: Khe Sanh, Quang Tri, Con Tien, Doc Mieu…
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Hien Luong Bridge: Hien Luong Bridge is a bridge over Ben Hai River, Vinh Linh District, Quang Tri Province, Viet Nam. This bridge is located in 17th Parallel and in Vietnam War, it was bisected between South Vietnam and North Vietnam
Vinh Moc tunnels: Deep beneath the dark earth, hidden from screeching bombers and harbouring desperate soldiers, the people of Vinh Linh, Quang Tri lived for many years in the now famous Vinh Moc Tunnel.
They survived, and even prospered in their makeshift underground community. During that time, 17 children were born in the tunnels, each of whose lives is a testament to just how perfect the complex network of caves and warrens were at protecting those forces within. As time goes by, it has become both a historical evidence and a tourist destination for discovering a heroic period of Vietnam’s history.
Cua Tung beach: Cua Beach is located in Vinh Linh District, Quang Tri Province. Although Cua Tung Beach is not very wide or long, it has its own beauty. The beach has sparkling green water, silky sand, and it is touched by soft breezes throughout the year.
The Dakrong Bridge and the Ho Chi Monh Trail: The current incarnation of the Dakrong Bridge was built in 1975 after reunification. Just west of the main DMZ zone, the bridge was considered the beginning of the Ho Chi Minh Trail network, and during the years of conflict with the United States, this access point was hotly contested.
The Dakrong Bridge fell many times. Now it's a grand suspension bridge, a proud thumbed nose as if to say, "You can't knock down my bridge anymore." The road to the bridge leads to the border with Laos, and even the overnight buses that take intrepid travelers over this route will stop for a good look at the bridge, which heads south (buses continue on the main road west to Laos). Across the bridge is a small village that's a popular stop for tour groups, and where most buses turn around and head back to the main highway. The stunning scenery all along Hwy. 9 is worth the ride.
Operation : Daily departure Duration : 1 day Tour route : Hue - DMZ - Hue Brief description : A tour of the de-militarized zone (DMZ), better known the hot pot during the controversial Vietnam War. This tour to DMZ will take you back to the war sites and witness the scene of some of the bloodiest battles of conflict: Khe Sanh, Quang Tri, Con Tien, Doc Mieu…
Am: At 8.00am our guide and car will pick you up at your hotel in Hue city then transfer to Dong Ha town to visit the Demilitarization Zone. Taking this tour bring you back Vietnam war in 19th Century to learn about the flighting of Vietnamese. This tour to DMZ will take you back to the war sites including Hien Luong bridge, Museum, Ben Hai river, the 17th Parallel, Vinh Moc tunnels - a network of tunnels built by villagers seeking shelter from bombings during the Vietnam War. Visiting this tunnels you can see and admire the speciality of Vietnamese people in the war and relax at Cua Tung beach. The driver will ride you back to Dong Ha town for having lunch at the restaurant.
Pm: You will go on visiting Dakrong bridge, Ho Chi Minh trail. You also have chance to meet Paco minority people in the Viet Nam Central. The last place of this day trip is Khe Sanh Combat Base - one of the famous battles in the war in Quang Tri. Then the driver transfers you back to Hue around 6pm. Tour ends at hotel in Hue.
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Our prices include: Private air-conditioned vehicle with an experienced safe driver, English speaking tour guide, Entrance fee (s), Lunch and Complimentary water.
Our prices exclude: International flight to/from Vietnam, Single supplement charge, Vietnamese entry visa fee, Travel insurance, Drinks & other meals not mentioned in the program, Personal expenses and Tips for driver & tour guide.
What to bring: Passport, change of clothes, sun-glasses & hat, sun-block, insect repel, flashlights, good shoes, cable locks.