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Discover Our Viet Nam

A look at the beautiful country and the warm and generous people you can experience in the far north-west of northern Viet Nam.
Dien Bien Phu was the site of a famous battle in 1954 that ended French control over Indochina and it is most remembered for that. However, it is much more. It is richly diverse in culture and cuisine and has is stunningly beautiful. A little bit out of the way, it is quiet and charming.  
The centre of the old Australian operational base in Viet Nam was Nui Dat Hill. Not far away was the site of the famous Battle of Long Tan. These places have undergone substantial change over the past few years but some remnants of the Australian occupation remain. This video was shot in 2017 as heavy mining began on the hill.
As a place to visit for a holiday or for an exciting historical experience, there is nothing like Viet Nam. The people are warm and welcoming. The hotels are affordable. The food is unique.
 We love Ba Ria Province. It is a microcosm of Viet Nam that is easy to access and has a unique connection to Australia.  
We opened up tours to the battle sites of Fire Support Bases Coral and Balmoral where Australian troops were involved in fierce fighting in 1968. Our tours show you these historic places and bring you in touch with the Vietnamese from the area who fought for their country. Along the way you'll enjoy some great rural vistas 
Ho Chi Minh City is full of hidden historical sites that together relate its 300-year story. We take our guests across town and across the years as we explore the past and present, the culture, and the food in the town they once called Sai Gon.