If you stay in Hoi An and would love to have a private car to visit Vinh Moc Tunnels and other beautiful natural landscapes and historical attractions such as Hai Van Pass, Lap An Lagoon, Lang Co Bay, Hien Luong Bridge, Ben Hai River, you must book Hoi An to Vinh Moc Tunnels by private car.
The Hoi An to Vinh Moc Tunnels distance is about 230km and it takes about 4.5 hours to transfer by private car/ 1 way. Unlike other transport from Hoi An to Vinh Moc tunnels such as grab cars or traditional taxis. We just provide door-to-door transfer service with an English-speaking driver.
After visiting Vinh Moc, you can choose to come back to Hoi An or head to Dong Hoi, Phong Nha. To continue your trip, you may want to join interesting Hoi An tours or thrilling Phong Nha tours, such as:
- Jeep Tour To My Son Sanctuary By U.S Army Jeeps – from 80 USD/pax
- Hoi An Lantern Making Tour – 40 USD/pax
- Red Bridge Cooking Class Tour – 36 USD/pax
- Elephant Cave & Ma Da Valley Jungle Trek 1 Day – 71 USD/pax
- Phong Nha Cave Kayak Tour 1 Day – 72 USD/pax
- Tiger Cave Series Adventure 3 Days 2 Nights – 532 USD/pax
HOI AN TO VINH MOC TUNNELS PRIVATE CAR
Following your requested time, and the number of people, our travel experts will send a driver with a private sedan/ SUV or minivan to pick you up at your hotel/ homestay in Hoi An.
Please inform us if, at the end of the trip, you would like to return to your hotel in Hoi An or would like to be dropped off at your hotel in Hue, Da Nang. Dong Hoi or Phong Nha.
After greetings, our driver will transfer you to visit Vinh Moc Tunnels in a new, comfortable private car with a strong A/C. Along the way to Vinh Moc Tunnels from Hoi An, we highly recommend you stop at highlight attractions such as
Ocean and Clouds Pass (Hai Van Pass) is a picturesque mountain pass in Vietnam that offers breathtaking views of the coastline and surrounding landscapes.
The pass is attractive for its stunning natural beauty. It offers panoramic views of the East Sea, lush green hills, pristine beaches, a Lagoon, and dramatic coastal cliffs.
There are several viewpoints along the Hai Van Pass so our friendly driver will stop which offers excellent photo opportunities. These viewpoints provide a chance to stop and appreciate the breathtaking views, especially on sunny days.
The next stop that we can not ignore on the way from Hoi An to Vinh Moc Tunnels by car is Lap An Lagoon. This 800-hectare brackish lagoon is famous for its breathtaking natural beauty. Surrounded by lush green hills, it offers stunning views of the Annamite Mountains, a small fishing village with oyster farms, fishing nets, boats, and local daily activities. The lagoon’s tranquil waters reflect the sky, creating a serene and reflective atmosphere.
This is an ideal place to take a break and enjoy the best Vietnamese coffee. You also have a chance to walk on the picturesque white sandy path in the middle of the lagoon when the tide is low.
Keep doing the private car Hoi An to Vinh Moc Tunnels, we will stop at Hien Luong Bridge and Ben Hai River. These are significant historical landmarks located in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) in Quang Tri Province, Vietnam. These sites played a crucial role during the Vietnam War and are symbolic of the division of North and South Vietnam.
These days, these sites serve as reminders of the historical events and human experiences that took place during the Vietnam War, making them important historical and cultural destinations in Vietnam.
Long Hung Chuch was originally built in 1886 by French missionaries and served as a place of worship for the local Catholic community. Long Hung Church gained historical significance during the Vietnam War. The church and the surrounding area were heavily impacted by the conflict, as it was located near the DMZ and within a war zone.
In 1972, during the Easter Offensive, Long Hung Church and the village came under siege by North Vietnamese forces. The church was heavily damaged during the fighting, and it served as a refuge for many civilians during the conflict.
Last but not least in our journey is Vinh Moc Tunnels. These tunnels are a network of underground tunnels located in Quang Tri Province, Vietnam. These tunnels are a significant historical site and a symbol of resilience during the Vietnam War.
The tunnels were constructed during the Vietnam War, primarily between 1966 and 1967, by the villagers of Vinh Moc. The main purpose was to provide shelter for the local population, who were mostly fishermen and their families. The tunnels served as a place to live, work, and seek refuge from the bombing raids and artillery fire.
The Vinh Moc Tunnels stand as a testament to the courage and adaptability of the Vietnamese people during a time of conflict. They offer a unique opportunity for visitors to gain insight into the challenges faced by the local population during the Vietnam War and the innovative ways in which they responded to adversity.
After all, our Hoi An private car and driver will transfer you back to your Hoi An hotel or drop you off at your hotel in Dong Hoi, Phong Nha. Vietnam Vacation Travel & Transport wishes you a great memory with us.
- A baby seat is available upon request and it is free of charge for 1.
- Our drivers just can speak basic communicative English, they are not tour guides so they can not tell you details.
- You can choose the pickup time but we highly you start the tour early around 6:30 or 7:00 am so we can have enough time for visiting all the relics.
- If you would love to learn deeply about the Vietnam War, you should book our Vietnam DMZ Tour with our best Vietnam DMZ tour guide.
- At the end of the tour, if you would like to be dropped off at your hotel in Hue/ Dong Hoi or Phong Nha, please let us know upon booking.
- The Hien Luong Bridge- Ben Hai River entrance ticket costs 50,000 VND/ pax (roughly 2 USD); the Vinh Moc Tunnels ticket costs 50,000 VND/ Pax.