The Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) was the site of some of the fiercest and bloodiest battles during the American and Vietnamese War. During this tour, you will learn a lot on this historical period.
You will travel to the north of Hue to visit underground tunnels and bunkers, cross some battle fiels and discover some other villages.
After your hotel pick up around 7am, you will be driven to Province. You will travel along Route 9 to visit Camp Carroll where the whole regiment of the South surrendered the NVA in 1972, the Rockpile - an American observation-post on top of the mountain, then Dakrong Bridge – Ho Chi Minh Trail, the legendary road bringing men and supply to the South in the war time.
Then, you will visit a Bru minority village, Khe Sanh Combat Base - US Marine base in 1968, site of the most controversial battle in the Vietnam War.
After your lunch in Dong Ha, you will visit Doc Mieu Fire Base – the first and closest fire base of the South with big guns where they can shell the North from there and became the “magic eye” of the McNamara Line in 1967, Hien Luong Bridge, Ben Hai river at the 17th parallel used to divide Vietnam into the North and the South, Vinh Moc Tunnel, underground wonder expressing the will and determination of the local people staying there to keep the land under frequent air-raids and bombardments.
* Private Car
* English Speaking Guide
* Entrance Fee
* Drinking Water