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Ho Chi Minh: Ben Duoc Tunnels and Paintball Shooting

1. Ho Chi Minh: Ben Duoc Tunnels and Paintball Shooting

Following pickup from you hotel in District 1, you will head to the Cu Chi Province. You will travel past the Tan Binh District before arriving to Cu Chi, with a rest stop at a lacquer factory included along the way. The factory is a workplace of disabled people who were victims of Agent Orange Toxic used during the war. Whilst there you can see how they work and witness the beauty of the final products created by them. You will also have the opportunity to purchase their products to help them sustain themselves. Following the factory you will reach the Ben Duoc Tunnels. The tunnels' system is so complex that it stunned many military advisors from all over the world. It is a hidden gem which is today mainly used for educational purposes for Vietnamese students and foreigners alike. It has been recognized by the Ministry of Culture as a National Cultural and Historical Relic as of April 29, 1979. In addition to the historic monuments which serve the propaganda and education of the traditional revolution, when visiting the Cu Chi Tunnels you can visit a simulated area of Cu Chi where you can discover the architecture of the houses. This will provide you with an insight into the lives of the army and the people of Cu Chi between 1961-1972.

Ho Chi Minh: Private Cu Chi Tunnels Tour from Phu My Port

2. Ho Chi Minh: Private Cu Chi Tunnels Tour from Phu My Port

The Cu Chi Tunnels are the well-known tunnels system that contributed to the great victories of Cu Chi troops. Visitors from all over the world come here to see the tunnels which are connected to each other like a miniature underground village. Throughout this tour, you can discover the incredibly secret network of Cu Chi Tunnels and crawl through the narrow tunnels which were all crafted by hand during wartime. You can later watch a short documentary film about the Cu Chi Tunnels during the war, which will help you gain more knowledge of Vietnam's history, tradition, and culture. Later, you will taste local foods which Vietnam soldiers ate during the war, including boiled tapioca with hot pandanus tea. You will also have the chance to explore the local region, enjoying the beauty of the countryside on the way with rubber tree plantations and jungle sightseeing. Towards the end of your tour, you will visit a spontaneous countryside wet market and try some fresh tropical fruits.

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Picked us up at hotel in motorcade at correct time. There was only one other person in our tour which made it nice and personal. Betty our guide was so much fun and spoke excellent English. She was very knowledgeable about everything and enjoyed quizzing us. We stopped at crafts for handicapped and saw the artwork they made. Drive out to the tunnels was 2:15. Visited all the sights there. We were lucky it was uncrowded. Machine gun range is cool. 55k a bullet 10 bullet minimum. Lunch on the Saigon river was nice. Then we drove back getting home before 4. Great educational and fun trip

This is a must for everyone visiting Ho Chi Minh City. Not every attraction needs a tour guide, but the tunnels are one of the things that it's 100 times better with a tour guide. Our guide Phu was super knowledgeable, and engaging, and he was crucial in making this attraction an incredible experience. The second half of the trip, the Mekong river, was more 'normal'. It was still a nice ride and a lovely evening eating great fruits and coconuts, but if you only have half a day, go for the tunnels.

This is a great way to tick off two different places off in the one day. The minivan is super plush and comfortable, and so although you spend several hours in transit, it is comfortable. The tunnels are amazing and I learnt so much from our guide, Vu. Lunch featured a range of dishes but then you end up also snacking throughout the afternoon while on Unicorn Island in the Mekong. I really enjoyed the boat ride down the canals.

Excellent vehicle, guide, food, service and value for money made this a wonderful experience for all. Cannot recommend highly enough.

Great guide NI (hope it is correct name). We enjoyed that very much!