The Geneva Conference on July 21, 1954, recognized the 17th parallel as a “provisional military demarcation line” temporarily dividing the country into two states, Communist North Viet Nam and “ Free” South Viet Nam. The Tour of DMZ will bring you the his
What to Expect
08:00 am, the tour guide and car pick up at your hotel, our bus will take you to Quang Tri province where you will visit: Frame of a church: La Vang holly land. Dong Ha Town: was the location on a strategically important U.S. Marine Combat Base, outposted to provide surveillance of troops movements across the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ).
Doc Mieu base: One part of an elaborate electronic system (McNamara’s wall) intended to prevent infiltration across the DMZ. Hien Luong bridge: known as the "Peace Bridge", a beam bridge built from steel by the French in 1950. Ben Hai river: an important landmark in the partition of the country into a northern and a southern zone along the 17th parallel by the Geneva Accords of 1954. Cua Tung beach: the river flows from west to east just south of the 17th parallel and close to the northern border of Quang Tri Province. Vinh Moc tunnels: The complex of tunnel, located deep in the Vietnamese Demilitarized Zone, grew to include wells, kitchens, rooms for each family and spaces for healthcare. Have lunch in the local restaurant.
PM continue to visit the Ethnic minority village: learn the lives of minority people. Dakrong bridge: crossing the Dakrong river. Ho Chi Minh trail: was a logistical system that ran from the North Vietnam to the South Vietnam through the neighboring kingdoms of Laos and Cambodia. Rock pile: a base for American long – range artillery nearby. Khe Sanh combat base: is a valley surrounded entirely by rolling mountains and forest. Was one of the most controversial battles – of the American War.
Back to Hue at late afternoon. End the tour.
- Hotel Pick up and Drop Off, Car, guide, drink, lunch, entrance tickets.