START AT YOUR HOTEL TO CU CHI TUNNEL THEN BACK TO THE CITY END.
Visit the underground village which used to be a bitter battle ground for a long period during the Vietnam War. The amazing network of over 220 Km of underground tunnels will offer you impression of the former fierce war in South Vietnam. We get down to the Cu Chi Tunnels to find out how the VC could survive during the war time. Cu Chi tunnels were used as the base from which the Vietnamese mounted their operations of the Tet Offensive in 1968 and it is now considered a heroic district for its role in the Anti-American war in Vietnam. It is legendary for its tunnels system of over 220 Km and it is now know as a popular spot for both Vietnamese and foreign visitors. The Cu Chi Tunnels is the Mickey Grant film's documentary and it is also the true story of life underground told by the people who lived the experience. It is a story told by a surgeon, an artist, and actress, an engineer, and the few survivors of the guerilla band who left the tunnels each night to fight against an enemy of vastly superior strength.
Visitors will find it hard to imagine the destructions, damage and defoliation all over the area, caused by bombing, mines and all kind of weapon when Cu Chi was “A Free Target Zone”. The visitors will see its evidence to prove the fierce battleground that took place there and visitors will see the remnants.
On the way, your experienced tour guide will stop at Rubber Plantation, Rice Paper Workshop as well as you can also see the daily life such as Rice Paddy, Water Buffalo of the local people along the country road