Chance to explore the impressive feats of Cu Chi Tunnels
Short, informational film about the tunnels & war experience
Opportunity to shoot a selection of wartime firearms
Tour of the Museum of Self-made Weapons' profound collection
Tasty meal of pho soup
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of Cu Chi Tunnels
Admission to the Garment-factory and Souvenir Shops and Museum of Self-made Weapons
Lunch and bottled water
Roundtrip transport to and from your hotel in District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City via air-conditioned van
Live tour commentary provided in English
Know Before You Book
Children aged 1 and younger are complimentary when accompanied by a paying adult.
You must be able to walk on unpaved or uneven terrain and navigate ladders.
Maximum group size is 12 people.
An additional surcharge of for ammunition at the shooting range is payable on the day of your activity.
Hotel pick-up is available from most centrally located hotels in District 1. Please arrange pick-up from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.
Please be ready and waiting in your hotel foyer 15 minutes prior to your scheduled pick-up time.
What you can expect
Escape the bustle of the city to explore rural scenery of Southern Vietnam and get an up-close look at the famous Cu Chi Tunnels in Southern Vietnam. Learn about the lives of Vietnamese soldiers by going for a subterranean stroll through the tunnels, and get the chance to fire guns from the Vietnam War era at a nearby shooting range.
After getting picked up at your hotel, ride out of town to the site of the Cu Chi Tunnels, where Vietnamese soldiers ate, slept, and trained in an expansive underground network of tunnels, passageways, and rooms. Learn about the construction of the tunnels, buried beneath 10–13 feet (3–4 m) of soil to protect them from bombs, watch an engaging documentary, and squeeze through the narrow quarters yourself to see what life was like for these daring combatants.
Back above ground, visit the sites of huge bomb craters left from the war, and check out the exhibits and displays at the Garment-factory Ammunition and Souvenir Shops and the Museum of Self-made Weapons. Afterward, consider heading to the shooting range for the opportunity to fire an M-15, AK-47, and carbine rifle at the National Defence Sports Shooting Range.
Before you head back to your hotel, sit down to chat about your experience over a tasty meal of traditional Vietnamese fare. Morning visitors can enjoy steaming bowls of pho while afternoon tunnel trekkers can bite into flaky banh mi sandwiches.