Si solo tiene tiempo para un viaje de un día desde la ciudad de Ho Chi Minh, visitar los túneles de Cu Chi es obligatorio. Este tour de un día combina un recorrido por el sitio histórico de la Segunda Guerra Mundial con una experiencia espiritual única en el templo de Cao Dai en Tay Ninh, además de un almuerzo tradicional vietnamita en un restaurante local. Recogida y devolución en el hotel incluida
Tour de un día completo en el templo de Cao Dai y los túneles de Cu Chi desde la ciudad de Ho Chi Minh
Disfrute de la misa del mediodía en el templo de Cao Dai.
Disfrute de un almuerzo tradicional vietnamita en un restaurante local
Descubre la historia de la Segunda Guerra Mundial de Vietnam con un recorrido por los túneles de Cu Chi
Su recorrido comienza con la recogida en su hotel de la ciudad de Ho Chi Minh, a unas 2 horas en coche del templo de Cao Dai en Tay Ninh. A su llegada, salga a explorar el templo sagrado con su guía y aprende más sobre la fascinante religión de Cao Dai, que toma prestados elementos del budismo, el cristianismo, el confucianismo, el hinduismo, el islam y el taoísmo. Luego, participe en la misa del mediodía, admire a los monjes con sus coloridas túnicas y escuche los cantos hipnotizantes. Después de parar para almorzar (incluido) en un restaurante local, continúe descubriendo uno de los más llamativos fascinantes restos de la guerra entre Vietnam y los Estados Unidos: los túneles de Cu Chi. Aventúrese bajo tierra para explorar la red de túneles y búnkeres, que se extienden por más de 124 millas (200 km), y escuche cómo fueron utilizados por los guerrilleros del Viet Cong. Durante su visita, aprenda más sobre los túneles viendo una presentación en video; explorar los búnkeres de guerra subterráneos, centros de comando y tiendas de armas; posar para que las fotos salgan de una trampilla camuflada; y pruebe la 'yuca', un platillo popular comido por los guerrilleros. De vuelta en la ciudad de Ho Chi Minh, su recorrido termina con la bajada en su hotel.
Opiniones del viajero en Viator
, dic 2018
My husband and I enjoyed a portion of this tour. The Cao Dai Temple is beautiful and our time there was interesting. We enjoyed watching a portion of the ceremony after being able to spend time beforehand taking photos. Lunch was delicious, as it was "hot pot", but it was our first experience with this and we had no idea how to "cook" our lunch. Some of the group did not have lunch included with their tour, so the guide was directing them to lunch places. He did not describe or demonstrate the hot pot cooking method.Now for the bad - we had thought we could actually go into the Cu Chi Tunnels, but we were only allowed to crawl through an entrance tunnel that was probably 10 meters long. Our guide was interesting, but he talked so much that we were basically kicked out of the park before we could possibly see tunnels. Perhaps this is not even a possibility, but we were led to believe otherwise.A very old black and white movie of terrible quality was shown on the bus on the way to the tunnels. As Americans, we were very offended by the propaganda shown in the movie and the information given by the guide. The guide stated that Americans bombed the area because we didn't want crops to grow. Absolutely no mention was made that Americans (and others) gave their lives in an effort to keep Vietnam free of Communism. No mention was made of the Vietnamese who fought against their own people. It was very awkward and uncomfortable listening to this one-sided presentation for hours on end. We had to bite our tongues. We would not recommend that any Americans visit these tunnels, where a guide gleefully demonstrates the action of terrible torture traps.
The sights of this trip were amazing but the guide spoke very poor English so I understood very little of what he said.
It was really amazing to see the Cao Dai Temple, that is an experience that I will never never forget. We stopped by a handcrafts centre of handicapped, which was really nice. I would have liked to spend more time there.
Overall, the sights were really great, when you are in Ho Chi Minh you should not miss the Cao Dai Temple and Cu Chi Tunnels, it was really great, but choose a guide that speaks good English.
Great combination of the two most popular day trips outside HCMC. Expect a long drive to the sights and back. Lunch could be better. Vibrant and engaging guide- Thao from TNK Travel. Would definitively recommend.
We had a great tour guide Bin who has a great sense of humor and knowledgeable about the Cao Dai religion and its history. The visit to Cu Chi tunnels was informative and fun. My only negative about this tour was about the bus's airconditioning was we not good enough to keep us cool.
Quite a long drive to get there, but very interesting. Would like to have spent more time there. Very nice lunch. Then onto cu chi tunnels. How they managed to survive in these during the work was a miracle.