Long Tan is a village in Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province. When it was part of South Vietnam it was in Phuoc Tuy province. It is renowned for its rubber plantations and hosts a very small population of roughly 1,200 people. This itinerary is designed for Australian and New Zealand veterans and their relatives and friends, and visitors interested in the battle sites where those countries soldiers fought and died. The focus will be on the sights – wherever possible, we bring past combatants together in a spirit of reconciliation.
8:00 In the morning, you will be picked up at your hotel for the drive to Long Tan (90km / 2hrs).
Visit the Long Tan Cross, Horse Shoe then to Long Phuoc Tunnels en-route.
After lunch, visit Nui Dat (SAS Hill).
Return to Ho Chi Minh city in the afternoon. Trip end.
PRICE PER PERSON
What to take
Passport is requested during the trip
We suggest a small, lightweight daypack for cameras, drinking water and comfortable walking shoes.
All transportation and transfers
English speaking guide
Meals as indicated in the itinerary
All admission fees
Reasonable supply of drinking water
Tips and Gratuities
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