Though passing away for a long time, the Vietnam War and related memories are still alive in any soldier. Our in-country Vietnam Veteran Tours are for veterans who had been in the Vietnam war to come back to visit the former battlefields. This is also a chance for veterans to know more about the Vietnamese beauties, culture and people, plus with the speedy changes of Vietnam after the war time.
The Vietnam war tours are specifically designed for senior tourists, Vietnam war veterans, their family members, friends as well as those people interested in visiting the Vietnam battlefields. In addition to covering the battlefields and battle tours, our military tours for veterans also include other Vietnam cultural sites.
These high quality Vietnam battlefield tours attract plenty of people ro re-live the harrowing event which took control of the whole country for decades. The battles take place during the Vietnam war featuring a wide range of maps based on historical settings like Battle of Hue, Ho Chi Minh Trails, Ia rang Valley, Battle of Khe Sanh, Operation Flaming Dart, etc. The best part? This is a unique chance to experience the real war feelings with your fellow veterans in Vietnam.
Why Choose Our Vietnam Veteran Tour?
- We know the places, we know the people, we know the events.
- Our Vietnam veteran forgiveness tours go further by pinning down the locations that have significance for you, then searching for local Vietnamese people who were there at the same time with you and introducing you to them because we understand that many veterans are seeking “closure” by placing the events of the past in today’s context, but the lack of identifiable remains of battlefields, landmarks and buildings is an obstacle to laying the ghosts of yesteryear.
- You can travel with your loved one or whoever you need
- Our Vietnam battlefield tours can be turned into private, meaning you can get on the journey whenever you want.
Best Vietnam Tours for Veterans
All of our tours for Veterans can be CUSTOMIZED to suit!
Frequently Asked Questions about Vietnam Veteran Tours
According to the American War Library, until 2019, it is estimated that fewer than 850,000 Vietnam veterans are still alive to this day.
The average age of Vietnam veterans is now over 70, according to the United States Census Bureau.
Vietnam military and veteran tours are for everyone, including senior tourists, Vietnam war veterans, their family members, friends as well as those people interested in visiting the Vietnam battlefields.
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