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  • Tour code: HDMZ1
  • Tour type: Deluxe tour
  • Tour Valid: December 31st 2017
  • Duration: 1day trip
  • Destination: Hue-DMZ

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DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) Tour 1 Day

Overview

During the war years there was an area of land between South and North Vietnam that was known as the DMZ or Demilitarized Zone, however the southern area of the zone saw some of the worst and bloodiest fighting between Vietnam and America.

Our tour to the DMZ will take you back to some of the war sites, that include the Khe Sanh combat zone, Dong Ha town, Ben Hai River, Hien Luong Bridge,  the Rock pile, the incredible Vinh Moc tunnels, and the famous Ho Chi Minh trail.

The prices include: air-conditioned bus, breakfast, English speaking guide, entrance fees.
The prices exclude: lunch and personal expenses.

HTS Tour of DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) Tour 1 Day

Early in the morning (6am) the HTS Tour guide will pick you up at your Hue hotel for our DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) Tour 1 Day tour. After having breakfast you will transfer by bus to Quang Tri province to see the American Artillery base known as the Rock Pile, the Dakrong Bridge, the famous Ho Chi Minh Trail, that criss-crossed the border regions of Cambodia and Laos and the combat base known as Khe Sanh. Then you have a break, to enjoy your lunch.

After lunch we transfer on Highway 1A to Dong Ha town, a US marine combat base that was used for surveillance of troop movements in the DMZ. You the move on to Hien Luong bridge, also known as the Peace Bridge and the Ben Hai River that runs along the 17th parallel, decided by the Geneva Accord in 1954.  You then explore the incredible Vinh Moc Tunnel system, that was several stories deep and sheltered many Vietnamese families and had kitchens, water wells and hospital rooms.

At 4:30pm the bus returns to hue, arriving in Hue about 6pm, when your tour concludes.

Hue City Tour Bus & Boat cruise

Type: Private Tour

Duration: 1 day tour

1 Reviews

$90
From USD $70

Reviews

  1. John & Marie says:

    I was in Hue, and I am an ageing Veteran so decided to take a day tour of the DMZ, and memories flooded back. The countryside now, forty years since the war ended still shows the scars. We had a very good guide who, from my recollections, gave the right explanations and answered all questions as best he could. I was astounded at the underground village we visited, it proved to me the resilience and determination of the Vietnamese people. I would recommend this tour.

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