Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Cu Chi Tunnels Small Group Adventure Tour from Ho Chi Minh City. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Just the right amount of time to get out and experience a little of Vietnam history from a Vietnam perspective. Lynda was a fantastic guide and ensured the tour was a great experience for all. Coach was very comfortable. The visit to a local rice paper producer was very interesting also. The return to our hotel after the tour was very welcome as the heat of the day can be a little draining. Would highly recommend this half day experience.
Good trip. Even we had difficulties with blocked streets due to the rehearsal parade of the 40th anniversary, the trip operator guided all tourists to a hotel to arrange an ad hoc pick up. The trip guide explained the tunnels very clearly.
A highly recommended tour in Ho Chi Minh and definitely something that is a must if you are visiting the area. The tour was really well organised, we were collected on time from the meeting point and the guide was really informative.
Loved this tour. Small group of 3. Guide was awesome.
Being in the small group meant we got to see everything without rushing.
English speaking tour guide, funny and very informative. Lovely nature, the tour was so real, it was shocking to see what went on. This tour is a must to understand a small but important part of history
My husband really liked the tour. I also would like to say thanks to our guide who got us a doctor to take a look at my foot after an ankle sprain. No broken bones just a sprain.
Tour was amazing and my guide was so nice and friendly and had so much interesting information and she made some good jokes too
Really interesting, definitely a trip worth doing...Our guide Linda was great!
It was great! Loved the stop before the tunnels, too and LOVED our tour guide Anna!
Informative and interesting - the insight of the guide made this a very good day.
Very impressed with our guide - Lot - who was not only well-informed but funny and very caring.
Excellent! Thank you Mary for being a wonderful guide. The Cu Chi Tunnel tour is definitely a must if you are in Ho Chi Minh where you get to learn about how ingenious the VC was. I was truly, truly amazed. We also got to visit a farm/village site where we saw how rice paper and rubber were made. We even fed some pigs! I enjoyed myself thoroughly and would definitely recommend any one who is interested to go for this tour. Worth it! :)
Our guide Thanh was excellent as he covered details of the cu chi tunnels with personal tales of struggle with his family during the war times.
Very wonderful tour, the company and guides are very accommodating and speak great English, I did four tours with them!!!
The tour was fantastic. I think our tour guide was Thahn or Thang? (I'm sorry I'm not sure about the spelling, I apologize) I'm not sure about his name but he was very knowledgeable, funny, professional and just a really nice guy! He was waiting for us at our meeting spot in the morning so that was impressive that he was punctual. We left on time and returned on time, a wonderful tour guide.
This is definitely a must do in Vietnam. Thank you to our Great Guide at Tour East.
Good tour loads of included information wear mosquito stuff. Museum is great and wasn't too busy. Highly recommend this.
Our guide was amazing and gave us a lot of information not just about the cu chi tunnels but also about Vietnam in general which was so interesting. She was nice, funny and inspiring. The experience was great and absolutely worth the money!
We had Mary as our guide and she was amazing. So informative and friendly. Would recommend to everyone!
Would definitely recommend this tour to anyone travelling to Ho Chi Minh City.
Very good Tour, our guide Queenie was EXCELLENT, she was with the local tour operators and very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. Would highly recommend this tour.
This was awesome. Our guide, Long, was very friendly. He's also quite knowledgeable and provided a lot of historical context on Vietnam, Cu Chi, it's people, and the tunnels.
The tour started out with a trip to a local family's home where we were able to watch the making of rice paper, then afterwards, to try our hand at it. The matriarch also showed us how they raised livestock and extracted sap from rubber trees, which grow abundantly in Cu Chi.
We spent the rest of the morning going around the tunnels, learning of its history, architecture, and its importance during the Vietnam War. We got a chance to "drop" into a tunnel access, then later try to traverse one that's been enlarged for tourist access. Our group didn't get to finish the whole 100 m stretch, exiting at around 40 m because the tunnel is claustrophobia inducing, but it was still great fun. We learned about the various traps they used during the war as well. For gun enthusiasts, there is a firing range at the Cu Chi tunnels, though for non-gun enthusiasts, it can get a bit noisy.
At the end of the tour, our guides took us back to our hotels, which was very convenient, and even provided us with general tourist tips for Saigon. All in all, a great way to spend your morning. :)