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Bravo Indochina Tours

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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About Bravo Indochina Tours
For over 10 years, Bravo Indochina Tours has been helping travelers plan their perfect trip to Asia and Indochina. As a leading local tour operator, we want to share our passion and knowledge of the country. We have a team of in-country Travel specialists who are happy to discuss your trip, and an online guide with over 1500 articles on history, culture and different points of interest throughout the region
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Private Tour: Mekong Delta Day Trip from Ho Chi Minh City

Experience the Mekong Delta free from the bustle of a tour group or transport stresses on this private day trip from Ho Chi Minh City. After traveling to the Delta by private vehicle, explore farms and villages by bike and riverboats, with your own personal guide to provide detailed insight. Visit a family home, see an orchard and candy workshop, cruise canals, and more, all with lunch, admission fees, and transport included.
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8 hours
from $94.00

Saigon in a Day: Ho Chi Minh City Sightseeing and Night Food Tour

Enjoy Ho Chi Minh City in the morning and at night on a tour that combines a classic city sightseeing tour with an evening food tour by motorbike. Discover the gems of Vietnam's largest metropolis as you visit Tao Dan Park, Ben Thanh market, Reunification Palace and see French colonial architecture at Saigon Opera House. Taste a range of authentic Vietnamese treats, including ‘pho’ (noodle soup) for breakfast, and street food dishes with beer or rice wine for dinner. This small-group tour is limited to seven people to ensure a personalized experience.
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12 hours
from $89.00

Private Half-Day Nha Trang Shore Excursion

This is where postcards are made — white, sandy beaches next to glistening turquoise waters — the kind of image you look at when you dream of better days. The coastal resort city of Nha Trang is the beach capital of Vietnam and one of its most popular destinations. On this private, 5-hour tour of Nha Trang, visit the Institute of Oceanography and the famous Buddhist temple Long Son Pagoda. Enjoy beautiful views of the coastline from the Hon Chong Promontory plus lunch at a beachside restaurant. Private transportation is included.
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5 hours
from $99.00

Fullday Tour of Ho Chi Minh City Including Cu Chi Tunnels

Combine all the best bits of Ho Chi Minh City on this 8-hour sightseeing tour, including hotel pick-up. Head straight for the city’s star attraction, the notorious Cu Chi Tunnels, where you can learn about their use during the Vietnam War and even pose for a photo peeking out from a camouflaged trapdoor. After a typical Vietnamese lunch (included), admire architechtural highlights like the Reunification Palace and Notre Dame Cathedral, then browse the colorful stalls of Ben Thanh market. This small-group tour is limited to seven for a personalized experience.
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8 hours
from $45.00

Private Tour: Cu Chi Tunnels and Cao Dai Temple

Visit some of Ho Chi Minh City's most intriguing sites on a full-day tour to the Cao Dai Temple and the Cu Chi tunnels. A private guide helps you discover the Cao Dai sect during a ceremony within the temple; revitalize with a traditional Vietnamese lunch; and explore underground tunnels used during the Vietnam War. Round-trip transport in an air-conditioned vehicle from your Ho Chi Minh hotel is included.
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8 hours
from $57.00
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Adventure787923 wrote a review Apr 2020
7 contributions2 helpful votes
We booked and paid for a week bike tour in Vietnam with this company. We even went to Vietnam but after arrival....covid took over and Vietnam closed many of its hotels, restaurants and public areas in many cities. Airports were restricting flights and our connection city did close it doors a few days after we left. We had to leave then or be stuck there. We contacted the tour operator (we were the only three on the tour) and the only response we received was "OMG, I will have to get back to you." Since then they have not replied to any emails we have sent. They have not even responded to say they are busy as many are in this wild world we live in just now. We were a group of 3 so not a big deal to reply to our email and let us know where we stand regarding refunds. No money was spent by them other than the time to book the hotels. Many of the hotels were cancelling at that point so cancelling them might not have been necessary. Does anyone know how to contact this company?
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Response from Toni_Tran, Guest Relations Manager at Bravo Indochina Tours
Responded Apr 8, 2020
COVID-19 Information - Most Important Updates Firstly, we hope that you, your family and team are ok during this difficult time. As you are aware, due to covid-19 we have seen an influx of customers postponing or cancelling the bookings. We applied free cancellation for all booking from 21 March (the booking before this time have to follow our cancellation policy). We dont want to received any cancellation and our systems and team are ready to help you rebook without any charge once we pass through this difficult period. The country issued a directive that calls for people to practice maximum social distancing for 30 days, starting nationwide on April 1. The directive announced strict nationwide social distancing rules and all our office is closed. Any replied will be take longer than usual. Sorry for any inconvenience. Kind regards,
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Kim Healy wrote a review Mar 2020
Sydney, Australia1 contribution
I went on a day tour to significant Australian battle-sites of the Vietnam War. The tour guide was a man called Tony. Tony was a soldier at Niu Dat helping the Australians. Tony told me he was a tunnel rat as well in the Chu Chi tunnels. He showed me a bunker at the top of the runway at Nui Dat where the Aussies would stand with their guns. We saw another tour company at Long Tan leaving as we went in.We then went to a rice field where Tony told me the story of how the Aussie guerrillas would leave the area at 6am and go to the jungle from our standing position to where he was pointing. The Vietcong generals who were in that area had no idea they were being watched. They would go back the next day and kill them. He said the Aussie guerrillas were the best fighters. We saw the horseshoe from here as well which was a cut out of a hill where the NZ would stay to attack the enemy. After Long Tan we went to Nui Dat where we saw the runway which is now a road, the Nui Dat base as well as the hospital which is now a kindy. We also walked up SAS hill near the Nui Dat base. There was no sign of the other tour party that we saw at Long Tan. Tony mentioned that the younger tour guides don’t know about the other sites. He was right because if they took the tourists here, we would have seen them. This is the benefit of taking a tour with someone who has first-hand knowledge of the events that took place at the site. I highly recommend this tour.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Michelle wrote a review Mar 2020
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I thought this was an 8 day tour where you would stay with the same tour guide and the same tour group. However, that was not the case. I was in a different group with a different guide each day but that's not an issue. The tour overall was great. I enjoyed each day and I got to see a lot of things and the accommodation I was put in each night was amazing. However, because each day was a different guide, I was not given any itinerary with any times on it and found myself having to message the tour operator each day asking what time the tour guide will pick me up the next morning. To their credit, their response was fairly prompt. I did find myself stuck for a response when it mattered about twice in the trip, but fortunately one of the guide gave me their personal number and they were very helpful and patient with me in resolving my issue outside of their work hours. Other than that, each day ran smoothly. The trip back from Nha Trang to Saigon was a bit much and did not follow the itinerary. They put me on a bus with the locals and didn't get to stop whenever I wanted, but I believe that may be because I was a solo traveller. I do recommend this trip, but to be prepared and ask for a full itinerary with times and hotels that you are booked in first.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Julie L wrote a review Feb 2020
Chatham, Canada171 contributions27 helpful votes
We did the “Mekong Delta Explorer on Bike” tour, which was so well organized. We loved our tour guide, Yen. She accommodated our riding capabilities, was very professional, made wise choices, and was super fun! This was a great way to see the Delta’
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Date of experience: February 2020
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dewitteseep wrote a review Feb 2020
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom137 contributions41 helpful votes
We started off a little worried as we had little information about the tour. A tuk tuk pick us up from our hotel in Phnom Penh as organised and took us to the dock. We boarded a speed boat (Blue Cruisers) and took off. This was a 4 hour trip to cross the border in Vietnam. We arrived in Chou Doc in the evening and Tony met us (it was a leap of faith that someone would be there!) He then was our private tour guide with driver for the next 2 days. He took us to restaurants we probably would not have eaten at and showed us around Chou Doc, Tra San(?) (a forest walk and climb up a tower to get 360° views) and then the floating Market at Can Tuo the next day. Which was fantastic. Tony was fun and had many stories for us which entertained us through our the few days.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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