• 50th Anniversary of Operations in I-Corps 1968 (30 Sep - 12 Oct 2018)

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50TH ANNIVERSARIES OF THE VIETNAM WAR INCLUDING OPERATION MAUI PEAK 1968. There are few times in a man's life when he has the opportunity to walk the places that profoundly shaped the rest of his life --- places that have deep meaning for him --- places like: Chu Lai, Da Nang, Phu Bai, Quang Tri, Dong Ha, Khe Sanh, Cam Lo, Helicopter Valley, Leatherneck Square, The Razorback, The Rockpile, Hue City, Mutters Ridge, A Shau Valley, Antenna Valley, Con Thien, Camp Reasoner, Camp Carroll, The Arizona Territory, DMZ, Hai Van Pass, and many more.

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Washington Post Travel Section "Return to Vietnam" by Bob Shaw

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The 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War Commemoration Committee Video

Small group size, personalized itineraries and memories of a lifetime!

On 6 October 1968 Operation Maui Peak kicked off with 1st Battalion, 1st Marines, 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines, 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines, 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines and 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines effort to relieve the  Special Forces camp at Thuong Duc. The Marines defeated three NVA regiments. It was during this period that future Secretary of the Navy and author of Fields of Fire 1stLt James “Jim” Webb serving as a platoon commander with Delta Company, 1st Battalion 5th Marines was awarded the Navy Cross for heroism as well as the Silver Star, two Bronze Stars, and two Purple Hearts.

The highly experienced, Vietnam-Veteran Tour Leaders of Military Historical Tours have walked them all. We have an outstanding working relationship with the Vietnam government that allows us access to areas previously restricted to other travelers. Our guides have been back to Vietnam dozens of times and are intimately familiar with the terrain, the battlefields, and the people. They have escorted American veterans and family members, aged 13 to 84, all of whom had richly rewarding and highly memorable trips. Each tour is custom-tailored from our time-proven basic itinerary. This ensures the most complete tour package possible, taking you to the most important places of your particular time or interest in the war. Vietnam is eager to welcome the returning American veterans. The Vietnamese people are gracious and sincerely happy to have us with them again. The scenery is great, the food is delicious and plentiful, and the hotels in which we stay are beautiful and very comfortable. Your spouse and children would love it, too.

And now the best part . . . at only $2,495 per person, this tour is an outstanding value, making it not only affordable for you to travel, but also to bring other family members. Together we will visit the sites at which we fought and which are written in our collective history. The price includes everything you see except your airfare, drinks, and souvenirs. The single supplement is only $695. If you need to visit any place in Vietnam that is not on the itinerary, please contact us and we will see if we can get you there! We are always prepared to customize this itinerary. We will do all we can to satisfy your request.

Tour Prices:

Tour Price:                  $ 2,495 (Based on double Occupancy)
Single Supplement:    $     695

Tour Price Includes:

  •     Vietnam Visa Processing & fees
  •     First Class Hotel Accommodations
  •     Air-conditioned motorcoach transportation
  •     Meals as indicated in itinerary
  •     MHT Historical Trip information packet
  •     Admission fees to all sites & museums
  •     Services of experienced Battlefield Tour Leaders and English- speaking local guides

Air Not Included - Optional Airfare Available: Round-trip economy or business class airfare from your hometown airport or Los Angeles to Vietnam priced upon registration.

Siege of Dien Bien Phu Post-Tour Available  12 - 15 Oct for only $995. Click on the Post Tour Flyer for more info.

Daily Itinerary

30 Sept-1 Oct Sun/Mon - (Day One & Two) Depart on a flight to Vietnam—Cross International Dateline, lose a day transfer in Inchon. (International Air will be quoted upon registration and can be tied into domestic flights upon request.) Arrive Da Nang. Hotel: Brilliant (D-Dinner)

2 Oct Tue - (Day Three) This day will be devoted to touring of Da Nang, Red Beach, Marble Mountain, China Beach, and the old Air Facility. Lunch at Kim Do and the remainder of the day devoted to exploring Da Nang. Hotel: Brilliant(B-Breakfast/L-Lunch/D)

3 Oct Wed - (Day Four) After breakfast, we start down Highway 1 with stops at LZ Baldy, Tam Ky, Hill 54, 69 and 43. We will visit the Chu Lai Air Base which is currently a commercial and military airfield. Hotel: Brilliant (B/L/D)

4 Oct Thur - (Day Five) This morning we get an early start for a full day of touring along the Tu Bon – Vu Gia River basin, including the western edge of the “Rocket Belt.” Our emphasis includes Hill 55, 65, 37, An Hoa Combat Base, Liberty Bridge, the Arizona Territory, Go Noi Island, & other sites. Hotel: Brilliant (B/L/D on own)

5 Oct Fri - (Day Six) Our day begins with a drive north to Hue City, passing over the top of the Hai Van Pass, and down through Lang Co and the Phu Loc Region - one of the prettiest and most photogenic in all of Viet Nam. We'll have plenty of time to stop along the way for any special requests. Upon entering Hue, we proceed to our hotel and check in and have lunch at a local restaurant. The remainder of the day will be devoted to personal exploration of the city. Hotel: Imperial (B/L/D)

6 Oct Sat - (Day Seven) Today we begin our exploration of the start of the Tet Offensive in the Phu Bai area of operations as 1st Battalion (Bn), 1st Marines (1/1) and the 1st & 2nd Bns of the 5th Marines react to the attack including the relief of the CAP  position and the movement to Hue to defend the MACV compound and the assault across the Nguyen Hoang bridge. In the afternoon there will be a walking tour, in the footsteps of the original participants in January-February of 1968. Key objectives will be the treasury and postal buildings as well as the pivotal provincial capital building.  Hotel: Imperial (B/L/D)

7 Oct Sun - (Day Eight) Early morning departure as we travel west on Route 9 towards the Lao Border. Our objective is Khe Sanh, with side visits to Lang Vei Special Forces Camp, a view of the Lao Border and Co Roc. We will travel the extent of Route 9, stopping at Camp Carroll, The Rockpile, The Razorback, Khe Gia Bridge, Da Krong, LZ Stud, and Khe Sanh Village. If time allows, a stop at a Bru tribal village. Hotel: Saigon Tourist (B/L/D)

8 Oct Mon – (Day Nine) Today we tour “Leatherneck Square” in Quang Tri Province and  visit these important sites - Con Thien, Cam Lo, the “Washout”, Gio Linh, The Peace Bridge at the Ben Hai River and the Dong Ha Bridge. After lunch in Quang Tri, we head for Hue.  Hotel: Saigon Tourist (B/L/D)

9 Oct Tue – (Day Ten) Return to Hue this morning with stops in Quang Tri, Camp Evans, LZs Sharron and Nancy. Hotel: Imperial (B/L/-)

10 Oct Wed – (Day Eleven) Morning flight to Hanoi and sites to include the National Army Museum, John McCain Monument and other sites as time permits. We check into our hotel with a chance to enjoy Hanoi’s nightlife. Hotel: Silk Path (B/L/D on your own)

11 Oct Thur – (Day Twelve) We finish our visit to Hanoi  with a walking tour of the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Presidential Palace plus a trip to the Hoa Lo Prison (“The Hanoi Hilton”). Remainder of the day for preparation for evening flight home.   Hotel: Silk Path (B/L/D)

12 Oct Fri – (Day Thirteen) We cross the International Dateline (gain a day) and arrive home the same day.

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50th Anniversary of Operations in I-Corps 1968 (30 Sep - 12 Oct 2018)

  • Product Code: 1810-VCT-DMZ
  • Availability: Tour is SOLD OUT
  • $2,495.00


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