A Private full-day tour to the DMZ that divided North and South Vietnam during the Vietnam war (also known as the American war). Depart from Hue City to make the journey by private car and tour guide to important places such as the Khe Sanh and Vinh Moc Tunnel.
Depart from your hotel at: 7:30 AM
A Private full-day tour to the DMZ that divided North and South Vietnam during the Vietnam war (also known as the American war). Depart from Hue City to make the journey by private car and tour guide to important places such as the Khe Sanh and Vinh Moc Tunnels.
What to expect
7:30 AM: We pick you up at your hotel
1 Highway of Horror
May 1, 1972 will never be forgotten by people in Quang Tri and Thua Thien provinces not because it is the International Labor Day, but because the horrible carnage on the Vietnam Highway 1 about ten kilometers south of Quang Tri City. Thousands of people were killed by artillery and infantry weapons in hours of shooting.
2 Long Hung Church
This church in Quang Tri, Vietnam fell victim to 8 continuous days of bombings by South Vietnamese and American troops during the Vietnam War. The church has remained untouched and basically remains as it was immediately after the bombings occurred.which was a battlefield in 1972 between North and South Vietnam for 81 days and nights.
3 Doc Mieu Base
There’s basically nothing left of this old American base save a rusting tank and a sign. Apparently this once formed the backbone of the “eagle eyes of america” electronic monitoring fence.
4 Ben Hai River – Hien Luong Bridge of DMZ
Vietnam’s Demilitarized Zone, or DMZ, is the area around the former border between North and South Vietnam.
5 Cua Tung Beach
Cua Tung 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.
6 Vinh Moc Tunnels
The tunnels were built in three levels (12, 15 and 23 meters deep) and took thirteen months to complete. Three hundred people lived intermittently in the tunnels during 1966 to 1971. Sixty-two families made the tunnels their home and amazingly seventeen babies were born here and spent the first years of their lives underground.
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