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This huge network of underground tunnels in Vietnam which has been presereved by the Vietnam government and has become a popular tourist destination as a war memorial.
The tunnels were used by Viet Cong soldiers as hiding spots during the Vietnam war, and were a base of operations for the Vietnam army.
As well as an underground hiding spot, the tunnels were used to transfer communications, supplies, food and weapons.
Viet Cong soldiers would also often live in the tunnels, sometimes remaining underground for days at a time.
Life in the tunnels was not good. The tunnels were full of dangerous animals and insects, and food, water and air was scarce.
A number of attempts were made by American bombers during the war to destroy the tunnels as they knew that the tunnels were a strong advantage for the Viet Cong.
You can visit the tunnels throughout the year, however make sure to book a place on a tour in advance as they do get busy. You can choose from half or whole day visits.
There is a bus from Cu Chi to Tay Ninh: Bus no. 70-1. From Cu Chi – Tay Ninh: Cu Chi station – Highway 22 – Trang Bang station – Highway 22 – – Go Dau Tay Ninh station.
- When should I visit?Tour times vary, with half day tours leaving twice a day, full day tours once a day.
- Is it expensive?Ticket prices vary by company, so shop around!
- Will I need a guide?It will definitely help. Might be worth it to check out our best-selling tours.
- How to get thereIf you're not doing a tour, check private car/taxi prices from your location. A public bus can take 3 hours.
- Additional information** The two tourist entrances are at Ben Duoc and Ben Dinh. | English-speaking guides and food options are available on site.*
What people are saying about Cu Chi Tunnels
On this trip we've met Lockie, the guide, who made the short trip to be full of surprises. I think he loves his job - he does it very naturally. The tunnels must be seen if you're in Saigon. The trip to the Mekong delta was very short & on the run, but we liked it this way.
Really enjoyed this tour, the car was very comfortable and got us everywhere ahead of schedule (unheard of here)! The two main stops provide a lot of the history of Vietnam at Cu Chi and how the people live their lives now at the Mekong River. In between there are a couple of stops for local art projects, candy makers and honey producers and while they are all opportunities for the local people to sell their wares there is no pressure and seeing how they produce these products really is an enlightening insight into the local culture. Would definitely recommend for anyone with limited time looking to fit a lot in, it was perfect for me as I was here for work and only had one day for sightseeing.
Just an awesome experience. Our guide was a Veteran of the South Vietnam Army, who told us a lot about the war and the circumstances at the Time
Guide was very very good, he gave us a lot of good information and it was never boring, there was also time for some jokes! Very nice tour, we enjoyed it a lot! Everybody should do this! Super nice! A lot of impressions and different views on the lifestyle of vietnamese people in this area!
Our guide Lockie and drivel Karl is very friendly and explain to us all the Vietnam history and some funny joke throughout the journey. High recommended for you to join Vietnam adventure tour when you in HCM. Services is good and we are all well taken care of by Lockie.