Cao Dai Temple - Just outside Tay Ninh and 60 miles northwest of Ho Chi Minh City is the Great Temple or Holy See, the center of the intriguing Cao Dai sect. Cao Dai is a syncretist Vietnamese religious movement that incorporates aspect of Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism and even Catholicism. The Cao Dai Temple (as it is more commonly known) was begun in 1933 in a unique architectural style that reflects its blended traditions. Most people visit on a day trip from Ho Chi Minh City.
Cu Chi tunnels: Being recognized by CNN as one of twelve top undergrounds - tourist attractions in the world, Cu Chi tunnels, with a length of 250 kilometers, were dug & used by Vietnamese guerrilla fighters as hiding spots during combats, as well as serving as communication and supply routes, hospitals, foods and weapon caches and living quarters for numerous guerrilla fighters. The Cu Chi tunnel systems were of great importance to the Viet Cong during their resistance to American forces, and helped achieve ultimate military success. Today, Cu Chi tunnels has become a favorite destination for both Vietnamese and foreign visitors who come to experience the life of people living underground in wartime.
What's included in this trip
A/C Transfer, English speaking tour guide, entrance fees according to the program, water.
What's excluded in this trip
Travel insurance, all meals, tip for tour guide & driver, personal expenses, any services not mentioned in the itinerary