Hien Luong Bridge

DMZ OF Vietnam | Memorable Tour From Hue 1 Day

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$ 94,00


DMZ OF Vietnam | Memorable Tour From Hue 1 Day

  • VNM-C10
  • Full day
  • Hue
  • Quang Tri
  • Daily


DMZ of Vietnam offers a unique opportunity to explore the historical sites and remnants of the Vietnam War.

The DMZ was a buffer zone established in 1954 as part of the Geneva Accords, which temporarily divided Vietnam into North and South. The DMZ tour takes you to locations along the former border between North and South Vietnam, providing insights into the war’s impact and the struggles faced during that time.

The Highlight of DMZ Tour:

1. Vinh Moc Tunnels: Located in the Quang Tri Province, the Vinh Moc Tunnels were an extensive underground tunnel complex used by North Vietnamese civilians as a shelter during the war. Exploring these tunnels offers a glimpse into the harsh living conditions and the resilience of the Vietnamese people.

2. Khe Sanh Combat Base: Khe Sanh was a strategic military base during the war and was heavily involved in the Battle of Khe Sanh in 1968. The site provides a historical perspective on the conflict and its significance.

3. Hien Luong Bridge: The Hien Luong Bridge, also known as the Peace Bridge, spans the Ben Hai River and served as the symbolic border between North and South Vietnam during the war. It has become a poignant reminder of the country’s division.

4. Ben Hai River Museum: Located near the Hien Luong Bridge, the Ben Hai River Museum showcases exhibits related to the war and the division of Vietnam. It offers historical artifacts, photographs, and stories to provide a deeper understanding of the conflict.

5. Rockpile and Camp Carroll: These strategic military sites played significant roles during the war. The Rockpile, a towering limestone outcrop used as an observation post, and Camp Carroll, a former U.S. Marine base, provide insights into the military operations and challenges faced during the conflict.

6. Dong Ha Town: As a base for U.S. forces during the war, Dong Ha Town witnessed numerous battles and bombings. It serves as a hub for the DMZ tour, offering accommodation and dining options for visitors.

During the tour, you will often be accompanied by a knowledgeable guide who can provide historical context, share personal stories, and answer any questions you may have about the war and its aftermath.

It’s important to approach the DMZ tour with sensitivity and respect for the historical significance of the sites. The experience offers an opportunity to learn about the war from a Vietnamese perspective and gain a deeper understanding of the impact it had on the country and its people.



Included / Excluded

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– Private car transfer.
– Entrance fees.
– English-speaking guide.
– Lunch.
– Service charges.
– Other personal fees.
– Drinks.
– Insurance.
– Personal expenses.
– Tips.