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Saigon – Pleiku- Dakto – An Khe – Quy Nhon ( 11 days/10 nights - VVTR17)

We proceed south to Marble Mountain where we climb the mountain for a spectacular view of the Da Nang Area and tour the Viet Cong Hospital deep within the mountain...
   Saigon – Pleiku- Dakto – An Khe – Quy Nhon ( 5 days/4 nights - VVTR16)

The central highlands are our next destination. After breakfast we board a short flight, taking over mountainous regions to Pleiku, the most strategically important position during the Vietnam war...
Hue – Quang Tri – Dong ha – Khe Sanh – Leng vei ( 3 days/2 nights - VVTR15)

Upon leaving the town we drive up the highway 1 northwards passing by Camp Evans , Fire Support Base Nancy and Quang Tri battle site. Along the way we catch a look of Ai Tu Combat Base and Airfield before arriving in Dong Ha...
   Vietnam Major’s Battlefields ( 16 days/15 nights - VVTR14)

Begin your exploration of the capital with the city center, comprised of traditional pagodas and temples, colonial villas, and lakes set along free-lined streets which move at pace much more congenial than HCMC...
Vietnam Battlefields Tours Tau ( 10 days/9 nights - VVTR13)

Drive to Ho Chi Minh Trails The Ho Chi Minh Trail was a complex web of different jungle paths that enabled communist troops to travel from North Vietnam to areas close to Saigon...
   Loc Ninh – Tay Ninh – Cu Chi tunnel – Vung Tau ( 5 days/4 nights - VVTR12)

Proceed towards the areas known War Zone D and Operation Junction City before driving to Tay Ninh, afternoon explore the Black Lady Mountain. Overnight in Tay Ninh...
Saigon – Pleiku – Kon Tum – Dakto Battlefield- Pleiku ( 3 days/2 nights - VVTR11)

Transfer to airport for flight to Pleiku. Arrival in Pleiku and transfer to Kontum. Hotel check-in. Afternoon visit to former Dakto battlefield (1967) including Charlie hill, Phuong Hoang airfield, Dakto Museum...
   Hue – Quang Tri Battle Fields ( 4 days/3 nights - VVTR10)

Drive into Ashau Valley via Highway No.14, stop over at Camp Eagles, Fire-bases Birmingham and A Luoi. A view of Hamburger Hill and unofficial meeting with local veterans. Overnight in A Luoi....
Battle fields of Middle Highlands – back to vietnam war ( 9 days/8 nights - VVTR09)

Fly to Qui Nhon. Travel to Kontum via Highway No.19 with stop over at An Khe and Manyang passes, luncheon in Pleiku with local veteran's representative. Overnight in Kontum...
   Mekong Delta – South Vietnam War ( 8 days/7 nights - VVTR08)

Day 2: Morning drive to visit Thu Duc and Bien Hoa, afternoon visit the underground tunnels of Cu Chi, a dinner on cruise on Saigon River. 
Along the road to the former Battle field from outh to the center Veteran tours ( 13 days/12 nights - VVTR07)

Transfer from Tan Son Nhat Airport in HCMC. City tour of HCMC (Saigon) including the Reunification Conference Hall (formerly the South Vietnamese Presidential Palace), US Embassy grounds and the War Remnants Museum...
   Hightlight War Tour ( 6 days/5 nights - VVTR06)

On arrival at Tan San Nhat Airport, you are met and transferred to hotel. Ho Chi Minh City, still called Saigon by many locals, is a center of commerce, finance, culture and tourism in Vietnam...
HCMC – An Loc – Loc Ninh – Tay Ninh – Cu chi tunnel – Vung Tau– HCMC ( 6 days/5 nights - VVTR05)

Transfer from Tan Son Nhat Airport in HCMC. City tour of HCMC (Saigon) including the Reunification Conference Hall (formerly the South Vietnamese Presidential Palace), US Embassy grounds and the War Remnants Museum...
   HCMC - Vung Tau - Con Dao Island – HCMC ( 6 days/5 nights - VVTR04)

Day 3:  take a flight to Con Dao and check in hotel in Con Dao. Lunch. Visit to Con Dao Museum, Phu Hai prison, notorious prison tiger cages, Hang Duong cemetery. Swimming in Dat Doc beach with wonderful landscape...
HCM- Danang – Quang Ngai –Chu Lai – My Lai – Aluoi – Hue ( 5 days/4 nights - VVTR03)

On March 8th, 1965, the US 9th Marine Brigade landed on Nam O Beach (nicknamed Red Beach II) in Danang, which officially marked the American involvement in Vietnam. Thenceforth, the names "I Corps Area", "Ashau Valley", "Hamburger Hill", or "My Lai massacre" have never faded in the memory of American soldiers...
   Central Highlands – war places ( 3 days/2 nights - VVTR01)

The central highlands cover the southern part of the Truong Son Mountain range and comprise the provinces of Lam Dong, Daklak, Gia Lai and Kontum. The area is home to several ethnic minority groups with only about two million people, but has always been considered important due to its strategic location...
Memory to Dien Bien Phu battle field ( 4 days/3 nights - VVTR02)
Dien Bien Phu is a beautiful and romantic valley(16km in length, 9 km in width) surrounded with high mountains, forests and located in the northwest of Vietnam, near border between Lao and Vietnam, the French colonist set it up to be a big stronghold against Vietminh army during 1945, It was considered undefeatable by the French colonist! But 7th May 1954 the Vietminh army with the leadership of Ho Chi Minh defeated the French colonist in here, moving to final agreement; the French withdrew from Vietnam. Even experienced long time in war with lots of destructions, Dien Bien Phu now is covered with new face, developing and also mountains , hills are already covered with green color again; many relics, remnants still left that's why It's  worth of a visit back to ex-battle field.



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