Visite algunos de los lugares más fascinantes de ciudad Ho Chi Minh en un recorrido de un día completo que le llevará a conocer el templo de Cao Dai y los túneles Cu Chi. Conocerá con un guía privado la secta Cao Dai durante una ceremonia dentro del templo. Revitalícese con un tradicional almuerzo vietnamita y explore los túneles subterráneos que se utilizaron durante la guerra de Vietnam. Se incluye el traslado de ida y vuelta en un vehículo con aire acondicionado desde su hotel de Ho Chi Minh.
Recorrido privado de un día al templo de Cao Dai y los túneles Cu Chi desde ciudad Ho Chi Minh
Participe en una colorida ceremonia religiosa en el templo de Cao Dai con un guía
Realice un recorrido subterráneo por algunos de los túneles que se utilizaron durante la guerra en Cu Chi
Descubra la importancia histórica de la red de túneles y el papel que desempeñaron en la guerra de Vietnam
Disfrute de un almuerzo vietnamita en un restaurante local
Incluye traslado de ida y vuelta al hotel en un vehículo privado con aire acondicionado
La salida se realiza desde su hotel de ciudad Ho Chi Minh en un vehículo privado para realizar un trayecto de 2,5 horas hasta Tay Ninh, una ciudad situada cerca de la frontera con Camboya.
El recorrido comienza en el templo de Cao Dai en el que podrá disfrutar de una ceremonia que se celebra a mediodía y en la que el guía le explicará los rituales que se realizan.
Después, podrá degustar un tradicional almuerzo vietnamita antes de descender a los túneles de Cu Chi, una parte de la excursión que no es apta para personas débiles de corazón. Su grupo recorrerá a gatas los angostos pasajes que en su día utilizaba el Viet Cong. Podrá ver un corto cinematográfico que narra la historia de este lugar que en su día fue una base militar subterránea y el guía le ayudará a explorar los túneles de forma segura.
Al final de la excursión, regresará al vehículo privado para iniciar el viaje de regreso a la ciudad Ho Chi Minh.
Opiniones del viajero en Viator
, ene 2018
We were very excited to see the Wildlife Rescue Sanctuary but our guide did not take us there. At first we were told that the Temple and Sanctuary were the same. When we were not convinced, the guide said the sanctuary was "closed forever". We felt cheated by this company.
Was a good tour,the guide was fun. In particular we liked the Cao Dai Temple and cricket farm we visited rather than the wildlife Rescue Station, which was still fun and I tried cricket. Cu Chi tunnels was great as well
Overall is a nice tour. unfortunately, we are unable to visit the wildlife rescue station, But the tour guide have replaced us the cricket farm visit. The tour guide is very friendly and talkative. We are enjoy the tour very much.
My pick up was very late 70mins, due to viator not passing on my hotel details to the operator this meant that we sat in peak hour traffic getting out of Saigon which further shortened our stay at the Cu Chi Tunnels. Besides this, the tour guide very knowledgeable and driver of a private SUV was excellent. The Cao Dai temple and religion was confusing but very interesting. Crawling through the Cu Chi tunnels 70km N of Saigon and talking about the exhibits were a highlight of the trip. The late lunch was enormous and very tasty. We did not visit the Wildlife Rescue station as it was closed that day. Despite the initial problems the tour very pretty good.
Excellent private tour of the Cu Chi tunnels and Cao Dai temple. We also managed a quick visit to the Wildlife Rescue Station, which was the highlight of the trip. I saw a baby gibbon that was absolutely adorable. Our guide Tuan was absolutely wonderful and very knowledgeable. The only reason we did not rate it five stars is because the lunch was a bit underwhelming. Otherwise, great tour. We recommend it!
I wasn't expecting this to be a private tour, which was a pleasant surprise. We were taken around in a literal private car, as the information says. The W.A.R. station wasn't open, so we were taken to the handicap factory instead which was nice, but wasn't what we really wanted. We were shown how the lacquer was made but people where were handicapped by agent orange, which was really cool. Next, we were taken to the Cao Dai Temple which was an interesting experience. The whole religion of Cao Dai was befuddling to us, so we had to look it up and get more information after the tour. Finally, we went to the Cu Chi Tunnels. That was probably the best part of the tour, but it was horrifying at the same time. We went down into the tunnels, but had to go out as soon as possible because it really induced claustrophobia. The tour guide was really kind, and he was really trying his best to help us understand his country.
The tour guide was pleasant, but we had a slight language barrier.After some confusion around whether the temple was open or not, we did gain access and it was impressive. The driver had trouble finding the Wildlife Rescue Station and there was no one there to educate us about the animals. However, we had a delicious, authentic lunch at a local restaurant and the Cu Chi Tunnels were most interesting. Our guide seemed more knowledgeable about this stop and relayed the information well.
Cu Chi tunnels - great experience
Cao Dai - not worth the looong drive
Wildlife rescue - looked like a closed zoo. They probably does great things for the animals, but conditions were not good.
Our guide was excellent
Tour was not private but we were informed of this prior. No discount though