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Vietnam Adventure Tours

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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About Vietnam Adventure Tours
We are Vietnam Adventure Tours - The leading Tour Operator in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam. Our head office is located at 123 Ly Tu Trong street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam. We also have a presentative office in Hanoi - Capital of the country. We are a fully licensed company by Ministry of Tourism. This allows us to meet certain standards to Vietnam Tourism Industry. We have 5 years experiences of providing tours and activities across our country. The customer satisfaction is our success.
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Cu Chi Tunnels: Morning or Afternoon Guided Tour (Ben Duoc Option available)

Used by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War, the Cu Chi Tunnels are a network of underground tunnels stretching more than 124 miles (200 kilometers). For travelers on a budget, this group tour of up to 20 people offers great value, including hotel pickup, round-trip transport, and a guided tour of the tunnels. Choose from a morning or afternoon tour to suit your schedule.
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6 hours
from $35.00

Mekong Delta Guided Tour from Ho Chi Minh city with Vinh Trang Pagoda & Lunch

With its stilted villages and scenic farms, the Mekong Delta offers enough to see that it’s difficult to see the highlights on a day trip from Ho Chi Minh, especially on your own. But this guided tour makes it possible: Visit a family home, take a horse-cart ride, and boat through canals (upgrade for a bike tour). A small group size means plenty of time to ask questions.
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9 hours
from $45.00

Cu Chi Tunnels & Mekong Delta Full-Day VIP Tour from Ho Chi Minh city

The scenic wetlands of the Mekong Delta and the fascinating war site of the Cu Chi Tunnels are two of the most visited attractions in South Vietnam. Visiting both in one day means a long day trip with up to five hours of transit time, but this VIP tour ensures you travel in style aboard a luxurious Limousine Ford transit, with plush seats, Wi-Fi, charging ports, cold drinks, and snacks.
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11 hours
from $69.00

Small Floating Market & Mekong Delta Tour with Kayak, Boat, Bike, Cooking Class

Waterfront landscapes and farming villages make the Mekong Delta a Ho Chi Minh City must. Enjoy a wealth of activities that would be almost impossible to arrange independently on this action-packed door-to-door tour. Visit Cai Be Floating Market; tour a craft village; watch live music; sample orchard-fresh fruit; cook your own lunch; and kayak and bike through the delta.
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10 hours
from $35.00

Mekong Delta Tour with Vinh Trang Pagoda, Rowing Boat Trip & Local Lunch

Explore the Mekong Delta tour from Ho Chi Minh city to get to know more about the culture and people in the region
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9 hours
from $45.00
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Vinh wrote a review Oct 2020
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I really enjoyed learning about the culture and history of Vietnam. I had traveled around the country before, but this tour gave me a new and valuable perspective. The trip was well organized and our guide Lokie was an amazing singer and human. I wish the company much success.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Lisa wrote a review Jul 2020
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We did this tour in March 2020 with corona virus looming over the city. Our tour guide, Betty was amazing & so helpful letting us know how to navigate the site with the restrictions. She was bright & bubbly all day. Very informative and she was able to explain all the details about life in the tunnels and show us lots examples. The tunnels were not busy on the day we visited and we had plenty of time to so everything we wanted.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Michael B wrote a review Jun 2020
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This was a great experience and what made even special was our guide who Is a war veteran. His knowledge was amazing. We really enjoyed the Cu Chi Tunnels. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Rob wrote a review Jun 2020
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Amazing time on the Mekong Delta tour. We were lucky enough to get a private tour with Ken who was great. The floating market was amazing and the bike ride through the village gave a great insight into the local culture. Would love to go back and see more of this amazing area.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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wongcfu wrote a review May 2020
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This is an all day tour. We were picked up promptly from our hotel early in the morning by "Betty" in an air conditioned luxury van. "Betty" speaks pretty good English so understanding her was not a problem. You do spend some time in the van between sites but the van is very comfortable where the seats are arranged 1-1 per row except for the last row, sort of like flying business class on a plane except in a vehicle. On the way to the tunnels, we were shown a video on the history of why the tunnels where created. If you are American, you might be offended by this video and think it's propaganda but I think it may be mandated by the government. First stop was a factory where supposedly disabled children from the war was manufacturing trinkets. I and my buddy bought some to help support these people. Then to the CC tunnels where you will see a demo on how people got in them and it was used during the was. You even get to climb through a tunnel with a tunnel guide if you choose to but most American are going to have a hard time doing that due to the small size of the tunnels. After this event, it was lunch time which was included in my tour price. Off to the Mekong Delta where we got to visit the area and got a power boat ride as well as a row boat ride with some older village ladies. I felt so bad that I started to used to extra oar to help paddle the the little canoe like boat. Then we went to a demo of some old village folk music where fresh fruit was provided as well. It was an very interesting tour and enjoyable. There was no rushing and pacing was very well done. I do recommend this tour. However, this tour was probably on the higher end side for Vietnamese tours but not so much for Western standards but it is very comfortable accommodations. You get what you paid for. A couple of drinks are also included one each of water, soda and beer.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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