• Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  • Duration: 7 hours (approx.)
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Explore sites related to the Vietnam War's Battle of Long Tan on this 7-hour private tour from Ho Chi Minh City. One of the best-known Australian engagements in the war, the Battle of Long Tan saw just 108 members of ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corp) fighting between 1,500 and 2,500 Viet Cong forces—and winning—on August 18, 1966. With a guide, you'll visit the Long Tan Cross, the Long Phuoc tunnel, and Nui Dat. Entrance fees and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.

Highlights

  • 7-hour Battle of Long Tan tour from Ho Chi Minh City
  • Learn about this Australian-fought battle against the Viet Cong
  • Visit the Long Tan Cross and Nui Dat
  • Entrance fees and hotel pickup and drop-off included

What You Can Expect

Long Tan and Nui Dat Vietnam and Australian Battlefield Tour from Ho Chi Minh City

Long Tan

After departing Ho Chi Minh City, your tour starts with the drive to Vung Tau, stopping along the way to pick up your travel permit to see the sites of the Battle of Long Tan.

You'll visit Long Tan Cross, a memorial dedicated to Australian veterans of the Vietnam War; the 'horseshoe,' a Fire Support Base site; the Long Phuoc tunnel; and Nui Dat, a former 1st Australian Task Force base. During your tour, your guide will try to find a local Vietnamese veteran who may have fought in the battle, in order to give you a first-hand perspective, if possible.

You can stop for lunch (own expense) on the way or wait until you return to Ho Chi Minh City. Your tour ends with hotel drop-off.

Customer Reviews

Alan R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Highlight of our trip. Our guide Jackie is highly recommended.

donnap Singapore

4 star rating: Recommended December 2017

Our tour guide Jackie was good, he had been in the war for the South and had a lot of stories to share from his perspective. Unfortunately there are no signs or even a plaque now at the memorial site which is a shame. A little more history of the importance of the Australian's at this site would have been better.

Ginny Australia

4 star rating: Recommended December 2016

Wa great to see the sight of the Long Tan Battle. Jacky was a great tour guide and provided great information.

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