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Former battlefield of Ham Rong - Plei Me - Ia Drang

Departure point: Pleiku
Trip type: Former battlefields
Duration: 1 day
Price: From US$...

The Siege of Plei Me was a battle during the Vietnam War, which led up to the Battle of Ia Drang. The camp at Plei Me, 40 km south of Pleiku city in the central highlands of Vietnam, was constructed in October 1963 by the United States Special Operations Forces. In 1965 the camp was maned by around 350 Civilian Irregular Defense Group (CIDG) soldiers - Montagnard soldiers, many of whom had family just outside the base.

Trip type: Former battlefield

Departure point: Pleiku

Destinations: Ham Rong - Plei Me camp - Ia Drang valley

Duration: 1 day

Price : from US$ ?

Start at: 08:30, from your hotel

End at: 17:00 at your hotel

Departure days: daily/on request

Group size: Maximum of 30 people per group

Activities: Former battlefield exploration

Trip grade: Normal.

Transport: By private car/van/bus

Accommodation: No

Food: Vietnamese lunch.

What to bring: Camera, hat, sun-glasses, sun-scream, mosquito repellent, walking shoes, raincoat (in the rainy season).

What is included: English speaking guide, transport, meals (1 lunch), permit & entrance fee, drinking water & wet tissue, service charge, government tax

Important notes: The travel insurance is NOT included, we strongly recommend you should be covered your insurance before leaving your original country.

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