Visit DMZ by private car rental is the best alternatives for tourist want to discover Vietnam War
|Private car and Driver|
|Option1: Hue – Vinh Moc – Hue|
|Option2: Hue – Vinh Moc – Khe Sanh – Hue|
*Included:Private car, Basic English speaking driver, Petrol, Road Tolls, Parking Fees
*Excluded: Meals, Drinks, Experience English Speaking Guide (35$/day), Entrance fees (Vinh Moc Tunnels 60.000 vnd/pax, Hien Luong Ben Hai 40.000 vnd/pax, Khe Sanh Combat Base 40.000 vnd/pax)
|Kind of Car||Pictures||Types of Cars|
(Max 3 people)
(Max 5 people)
(Max 12 people)
Our private car door to door service will pick you up at your hotel and depart for Quang Tri province. From Hue to DMZ by private car, you will stop at some historical places such that: La Vang Holy Land, Dong Ha town, Doc Mieu base, Hien Luong Bridge, Ben Hai river, Ho Chi Minh Trail and Rockpile hill.
For this tour, we offer you 2 options as below:
Vinh Moc Tunnels – Gone to Ground. The Vinh Moc Tunnels were created by the people of this small fishing village when the American military, thinking they were aiding the North Vietnamese, began bombing the area. Between 1966 and 1972, the US dropped an estimated 9,000 tons of bombs on the area – an average of 7 tons of ordnance per person. By the end of the war, the tunnel complex grew to include wells, kitchens, individual housing, and medical areas, while preventing even a single casualty. Today, a guided tour brings visitors into this essentially unchanged underground village, which, while still cramped, is decidedly more comfortable that the Viet Cong’s infamous military tunnels. At the on-site museum, you can see photos and relics to get a clearer picture of life underground.
On the way, from Hue to Vinh Moc tunnel – an amazing complex of tunnels, where over a thousand people sheltered, sometimes for weeks during the worst American bombardments. You will have a chance to explore some other places: La Vang Holy Land, Dong Ha town – the northernmost main town in what used to be South Vietnam – took over as provincial capital when Quang Tri town ceased to exist, Doc Mieu base, Hien Luong Bridge and Ben Hai river.
This trip takes about 5-6 hrs.
In the morning, you will get to Vinh Moc tunnel by private car.
After having lunch in a restaurant, continue to visit Khe Sanh combat base – was the site of a U.S. base which fell under attack in early 1968.
On the way, you will visit some places:
Ethnic minority village (Lang Vay), Dakrong bridge – built in 1975-76 with Cuban assistance and was once a branch of the Ho Chi Minh Trail, Ho Chi Minh trail and Rockpile hill – was a Marine outpost built on top of a rocky hill.
This trip takes about 9-11 hrs.