2-Day DMZ, Tunnels, and Caves Tour

Private Groups

Off The Beaten Track

History and Heritage

Follow this amazing route back to the wartime of Vietnam and stand on the bridge that once separated the country into two halves: north and south. Venture inside the unique Vinh Moc underground bunker and tunnels, as well as the amazing Phong Nha and Paradise Caves.

This Tour Includes Visits To...

DMZ Area

Vinh Moc Tunnel

Hien Luong Bridge

Phong Nha Cave

Thien Duong Cave

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Tour Details
Price

From $115 per person.

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  • 1 person $455
  • 2 people $265 per person
  • 3 people $205 per person
  • 4 people $175 per person
  • 5 -8 people $145 per person
  • 9+ people $115 per person

Please note: Children 3 years old or younger are free of charge, while children 4-11 years old will be required to pay 75% of the adult rate. Please see our FAQs page for further pricing details.


Season

We operate all year round, except for Vietnamese New Year, which runs from February 11th-14th, 2021


Trip specifications

Tour is recommended to start at 8:00 am and finishes around 5:00 pm the following day.


Pick-up & drop-off

We will collect and return you to any hotel located within Hue City Centre. If you are staying out of the city we can collect you for an extra charge depending on the distance. Please get in touch for prices.


Included
  • All Entrance Fees
  • All Taxes
  • Fully Air-Conditioned Vehicle
  • Bottled Water
  • English-Speaking Guide
  • Lunch (please note we can cater for any dietary requirements just be sure to get in touch beforehand)

Not included
  • Gratuities
  • Booking fees

What to bring
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Insect Repellent
  • Light Jacket

What to wear

Please be sensitive to the local customs and ensure you dress respectfully

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Loose, free-flowing clothing is preferred given we will be visiting local communities. Knees and shoulders should be covered at all times.

Itinerary
Day 1: Drive to Phong Nha – Stop at Hien Luong Bridge and Vinh Moc Tunnel

long blue bridge

Leaving behind the ancient capital, you will head to Phong Nha Ke Bang, a magical location also known as the “Cave Kingdom”. Along the way, you will see the DMZ (Vietnam’s Demilitarized Zone), the area around the former border between northern and southern Vietnam.

You will see the historical site of the Vinh Moc tunnels. Unlike the Cu Chi which were used for combat, Vinh Moc Tunnels were bomb shelters predominantly for civilians. During bombing raids, village life carried on underground: children attended school, women gave birth, and families watched movies. The tunnels are an amazing achievement of human toil, engineering, and perseverance.

Day 2: Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park

small village between mountain and river

Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park is the biggest square national park in Vietnam. It’s lovingly known as the “Cave Kingdom” as it is home to more than 300 caves. Two of the stars of the show are the Phong Nha and Paradise Caves, some of the world’s largest caves and must-see phenomena when in the park.

To visit the Phong Nha Cave, pass the Phong Nha tourist centre (just a few minutes walking) and take a boat along the Son River, a beautiful rural area where farmers collect a range of seaweeds. Phong Nha is one of the most beautiful caves in the world. It has an underground river system that stretches over approximately 8 kilometres and is housed in an exquisite cave formation.

The Paradise Cave is about 20 km away from the Phong Nha centre, which is about 30 minutes driving. Soak up the beautiful landscape as you make your way to this breathtaking locale. Dubbed an underground palace, this cave is one of the most magnificent wonders of our magical world here in Vietnam. The Paradise Cave is nestled deep in the World Natural Heritage National Park Phong Nha Ke Bang, having formed between 350 and 400 million years ago.

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