Cuchi Tunnels And Mekong Delta Private Tour Full Day (RTV17)

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Duration
10 hours
Location
Pick up at your hotel in Ho Chi Minh City Center
Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh
Vietnam
Price Adult
$170/1pax, 190/2pax, 213/3pax, 240/4pax, 300/5pax, 306/6pax, 357/7pax, 360/8pax
Price Children
$40
Price Seniors
$170/1pax, 190/2pax, 213/3pax, 240/4pax, 300/5pax, 306/6pax, 357/7pax, 360/8pax
Price Students
$170/1pax, 190/2pax, 213/3pax, 240/4pax, 300/5pax, 306/6pax, 357/7pax, 360/8pax
Currency
USD
Tour Type
Eco Tour, Adventure Tour, History Tour, Culture Tour, Food and Drink Tour, Boat Trip, River Cruise, Private Tour
Social
In the early morning (7:00AM), tour guide & driver pick you up at your hotel, take you go through city to the North West direction of Sai Gon, you can get Cu Chi Tunnel (70 km), where is Vietnamese’s people proud of for undaunted ness in struggle during the American war. Over 200 km of underground tunnels, the trip will take you back to understand how hard of the life during the wartime and you also have chance to shoot many kind of guns (AK-47) on the shooting range (extra charge).

After exploring the tunnels, we’ll drive to My Tho. Delicious lunch at the local restaurant (Mekong Resstop or similar) we try to enjoy many local specialties like Tai Tuong fried fish, spring rolls, and fresh shrimp.

Arrival My Tho City, the Capital of Tien Giang (Front River) province where you can take the boat to get Unicorn Island, one of the four lucky islands. On this island you can see daily activities of the local peoples along tributaries of river and enjoy some typical produces of the Mekong Delta like tropical candies, fresh fruits (depend on the season)

Hand–rowing sampans take you along the small canal, making coconut candy, horse-drawn carriage take you on the village’ s roads It’s good feelings you can enjoy on this trip. On the way back, visit Vinh Trang Pagoda. Come back to hotel about 18:00.
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