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Half-Day Cu Chi Tunnels from Ho Chi Minh City by Luxury Speedboat

Highlights
  • Make the journey to the Cu Chi Tunnels more interesting on a guided tour
  • Avoid a boring coach bus ride and travel by luxury speed boat instead 
  • Explore the subterranean Cu Chi Tunnels in a small group limited to 14 people
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Half-Day Cu Chi Tunnels from Ho Chi Minh City by Luxury Speedboat
From US$85.00
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7am Tour including breakfast
US$85.00
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11am tour including lunch
US$85.00
Overview
Make the journey to the Cu Chi Tunnels as interesting as the attraction itself on a morning or afternoon tour by luxury speedboat. Instead of sitting through a long coach bus journey, enjoy a scenic speedboat ride along the Saigon River before exploring the Cu Chi Tunnels with a guide. A small group limited to 14 people maintains an intimate atmosphere, while hotel pickup and drop-off maximize the convenience of your experience.
What to Expect

After hotel pickup, get transferred to Ho Chi Minh Pier to board a luxury speedboat destined for the Cu Chi Tunnels.

During the journey, travel down the Saigon River while revitalizing with breakfast or snacks, depending on the departure time selected at checkout.

On arrival at the Cu Chi Tunnels, watch a short introductory film before descending into underground bunkers that functioned as a city during the Vietnam War (known as the American War by the Vietnamese).

After emerging from the tunnels, enjoy a Vietnamese lunch or dinner before returning to Ho Chi Minh by speedboat. This Cu Chi Tunnels tour concludes with hotel drop-off.

Reviews (501)
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Reviewed yesterday
Very Rushed

I recently took this tour of the Cu Chi Tunnels. It was worth the money. The tour felt a bit rushed at times though. Our guide wanted to go through the exhibits quickly and would tell our group to follow her if one of us...More

Thank maurandmaur
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Great Cu Chi tunnels experience

I did this tour with my husband & 11 year old daughter. We picked this tour as we thought the speed boat ride would be fun. And it was !!! The service we received from our tour guide David was excellent. He picked us up...More

Thank Barbara P
Reviewed 3 days ago
Cu Chi Tunnels, An Eperience of a Lifetime!

This was a great trip. Started at 11:00 with a pick up from my hotel, and very close to on time! Short trip to the dock and off we went. Very comfortable boat, and very fast. Fluids and fruit provided both ways. Our tour guide...More

1  Thank Rebecca C
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Fantastic

I thoroughly recommend anyone to go on this trip. The whole experience was excellent, our guide was very knowledgeable and nothing was too much trouble. Had a fantastic day out

1  Thank keith m
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Great day visiting Cu Chi Tunnels!

Well organised trip to the Cu Chi tunnels. Prompt pickup from hotel followed by great ride on speedboat. Arrive before all other tourist buses avoiding queues! Really great tour guide providing so much information throughout the day. Would highly recommend!

Thank Jordan W
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ed m
16 October 2018|
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Response from Sehsa64 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, life jackets are provided and it is a requirement for everyone on board to wear them.
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Bobby C
13 October 2018|
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Response from sharon s | Reviewed this property |
We got back at 2.30. A couple on the trip were dropped off early (sorry I'm not sure where on the river) because their hotel was easy to reach from that point.
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Emma H
9 October 2018|
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Response from Sehsa64 | Reviewed this property |
You do not have to go through the tunnels. You are able to get an idea of how narrow they are by stepping down and peering at the entrance. My husband suffers from claustrophobia and he chose the exit at 20 metres as he... More
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