Departure & Return:
– Location: Quang Tri province
– Depart Details: 7:30am
– Return Details: 4pm .Returns to original departure point or drop off point of your choice
Hotel Pickup: Pick up will be at the hotel lobby
Cancellation: Cancellation at least 24 hours ahead before the date of activity booked to receive full refund.
About the tour
Vietnam DMZ Tour is the ideal way to tour the Vietnamese demilitarized zone. The Vietnam DMZ is located in Quang Tri province on the 17th parallel. During the American war, it was the outcome of the Geneva Accord.
The DMZ was the most heavily bombarded zone in Vietnam’s history. As you are aware, it has been subjected to several atomic bombs, as well as phosphorus, orange agent, and napalms.
There are still several historical sites in DMZ Quang Tri, including as the old Quang Tri castle, Hien Luong Bridge, Ben Hai River, Khe Sanh Combat, Vinh Moc tunnels, and Truong Son Trails.
If you enjoy learning about the Vietnam War and visiting the DMZ. The Hue DMZ Tour is the finest idea! The greatest Vietnam DMZ Tour/experience is provided by Billy Vietnam Travel. As a soldier, you will experience the Vietnam War and its history.
Itinerary of the tour
There are two options for you as your requirments.
Option 1: It takes around 5 hours. Half-day tour to the DMZ from Hue. We’ll see the La Vang Holy Land, the Hien Luong Bridge, the Ben Hai River, and the Vinh Moc tunnels.
Option 2: It takes about eight hours. Full Day Tour To The DMZ From Hue. The La Vang Holy Land, the Hien Luong Bridge, the Ben Hai River, the Khe Sanh Combat, the Vinh Moc Tunnels, the Darkrong Bridge, and Rock Pile Hill will all be on our itinerary.
Our driver will take you up from your accommodation in Hue city at 8 am. From Hue, the DMZ Tour begins. We arrive in La Vang Holyland around 9:15 am. As you are aware, the La Vang Church is a well-known Catholic shrine in Vietnam. In this region, a Virgin Mary legend first surfaced in 1978 to protect Christians from harm and misfortune. So they constructed a sacred temple not far from the three banyan trees.
The Hue DMZ Tour is continued, and then we go on Highway No. 9 to The Rock Pile Hill. It served as a significant American military outpost. It served as the American army’s watchtower to oversee and govern the Vietnamese people from 1966 to 1968.
Continue the Vietnam DMZ Tour, we will visit the Khe Sanh combat base. As you know, early in 1968, it was attacked by the Vietnamese military in the North. After visiting the Khe Sanh Marine combat base, we get back the Highway 1 to have lunch at a local restaurant.
- A high-quality vehicle with A/C.
- English speaking tour guide
- Entrance fees
- Water and wet tissue.
- The kids from 0 – 4-year-old: free of charge
- The kids from 5 – 10-year-old: 75%
- Kids from 11 years old and older as Adult