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Our guide was informative and tried his best to avoid the crowds for us. Excellent tip.
Really enjoyable tour. The guide was very helpful and informative.
Very enlightening tour. More time in the tunnels required however.
Really good tour, very interesting to learn all about the tunnels they built for the war.
great outing that contained several surprises. Very good guide that was personal, stimulating and knowledgeable.
Thoroughly enjoyable and very interesting to understand the history surrounding the Cu Chi Tunnels. Highly recommended.
Great tour, tour guide was excellent, spoke very good english and had good knowledge about a wide variety of thing in Vietnam. only 7 only tour on the day so we all had lots of attention from our guide. Very well organised, a must do while you are in Ho Chi Minh City!
A great experience, the most interesting trip of our 2 weeks in Vietnam. Cu Chi is a must if you have more than 1 day in Saigon. Fantastic guide: friendly, informal and well informed, with great English.
Very professional conduct. We got no hassles for pick-up and timings. The guide was very nice and well informed about Cu Chi tunnels. Overall had a fabulous experience and will book through Viator again for all my holidays!
A very interesting and amazingly informative tour. Our guide Sun was really knowledgeable and as a native Vietnamese, was able to recount some of his own experience during this epoch. A short video at the beginning gives a presentation of the political situation then, and elements have been reconstructed to show how Viet Cong lived in the tunnels. Going in tunnels ourselves was an impressive experience, very tiny but really worth. Overall a great tour, highly recommend it.
A very interesting tour. I was amazing to not only see different tunnels but also get to walk through some of them. Presentations and reproduction were well done, how they lived and survived. Our guide was a wealth of information, and this made the tour even more interesting.