On our tour Hue – DMZ- PHONG NHA we stop at highly impressive complex of tunnels. Vinh Moc is the remains of a coastal North Vietnamese village that literally went underground in response to unremitting American bombing. More than 90 families disappeared into three levels of tunnels running for almost 2km, and continued to live and work while bombs rained down around them. Most of the tunnels are open to visitors and are kept in their original form (except for electric lights, a recent addition). You will be impressed by this place. It is example of ingenious way to protect the civilians from relentless bombing . We are sure you this place will make lasting impression .
► Lavang church
► Doc Mieu base
► Dong Ha town
► Ben Hai River
► Cua Tung beach
► Vinh Moc tunnel
► Hien luong Bridge
_Our driver will meet you at your hotel, trip from Hue to Phong Nha Cave is 215km long, we will take about 4hours and 20 minutes, in that time, if you are interested in the Demilitarized zone where we talk about the Vietnam War.
_On the way, stop to visit La Vang church and will presenting Quang Tri Citadel (Non stop) which was built in 1824 (The fierce battle of 81 days and nights has made this citadel well-known all over the world)
_Then we will go to the DMZ area: the MacNamara line, 17 parallel, Hien Luong Bridge and Ben Hai River where Viet Nam country was bisected between Southern and Northern .
_Proceed to Vinh Moc Tunnels. The Vinh Moc tunnels are tunnels used by North Vietnam army to fight against the Americans during the Vietnam War and used by the civilian population to protect themselves from the American bombing.
Take your time to admire the gift of the nature before driving to your hotel in Phong N ha . Finish trip at your hotel!