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

7 hr

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Private Tour (Flexible starting time. Pick up & Drop off at your place)

At 7:30AM. We will pick you up at your hotel in Ho Chi Minh city and head to Vung Tau. After more than 2-hour car ride. We will arrive Long Tan.

Long Tan is deeply etched into ANZAC folklore. In the late afternoon of August 18, 1966, D Company, 6 RAR - despite being heavily outnumbered - fought off a large Viet...
Private Tour (Flexible starting time. Pick up & Drop off at your place)

At 7:30AM. We will pick you up at your hotel in Ho Chi Minh city and head to Vung Tau. After more than 2-hour car ride. We will arrive Long Tan.

Long Tan is deeply etched into ANZAC folklore. In the late afternoon of August 18, 1966, D Company, 6 RAR - despite being heavily outnumbered - fought off a large Viet Cong assault of regimental strength during a grueling three-hour battle.

The first stop on this full-day tour is the former site of Australia's Nui Dat Task Force Base (Nui Dat SAS Hill). The occupation of Nui Dat required the removal of all inhabitants from within a 4 kilometer radius of the base, therefore the people of Long Tan and Long Phuoc villages were forcibly resettled. Little remains of this military camp today except the columns of the main gate. The former runway is now a street in the local village, and the old helipad is now a soccer field.

Afterward, drive past the location of Horseshoe FSB (access is not permitted due to the continued presence of land mines) to the Discourtesy Rubber Plantation. Visit the Long Tan Cross Memorial, a focal point for remembrance, before continuing on to the Long Phuoc Tunnels. Like other tunnels systems found in Vietnam the Long Phuoc Tunnels included meeting areas, first aid stations, and fighting pits. 

Long Phuoc Tunnels is our last stop in a half-day tour to Long Tan – Nui Dat. After a short rest, you will return to Ho Chi Minh City.

Tour ends at your hotel.
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Important Details

Included
  • Transfer by Air-conditioned Bus
  • Bottled water
  • English speaking guide
  • PRIVATE TOUR (Pick up & Drop off at your hotel)
Not Included
  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities
  • Drinks & Food (Unless otherwise specified)
Departure Point
Traveler pickup is offered

8:00 AM
Additional Info
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Child rate applies only when sharing with 2 paying adults
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Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 48 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Customer Reviews

4.6
/5
Based on 5 reviews

Reviewed: October 7, 2019

Jan S

This was a very informative tour where we learnt quite a bit about both sides of the conflict. I am grateful for the opportunity to pay respect to the fallen soldiers. Lest we forget 🇦🇺


Reviewed: July 3, 2019

Glenn W

The experience was simply amazing. To actually set foot on ground where our soldiers fought so bravely was very humbling and emotional. See the area while it all still stands... Nui Dat is slowly being mined out and may not be there in 5-10 years.


Reviewed: December 3, 2017

donnap   |   Singapore

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.


Reviewed: December 12, 2016

Ginny   |   Australia

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


Reviewed: September 1, 2016

Alan R

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