Find a Ship or Port

Receive Weekly Deals

Subscribe Now or view previous.

Speak with
Rita today!

1800 121 187
Met people on board our cruise from England who had booked through Clean Cruising ( on internet)they said it was the best deal they had found & were very pleased with their booking, we had no problems what so ever with our cruise and will highly recommend Clean cruising Thank you to you all for making our holiday Smooth Sailing all the way...."
- Paul S

Why Clean Cruising?

  • Family owned & operated
  • Australian based team
  • Same consultant from start to finish
  • Free printed documentation and ticket wallet
  • Combine with flights, hotels, insurance and save
  • Flexible payment options including interest free finance and layby

Cruises visiting Vinh Moc & all Vinh Moc cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Vinh Moc in the 2019-2021 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at Asia Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

View Vinh Moc 2019-2020 cruises for 0 ships listing 0 cruises from Vinh Moc with today's best deals!

Vinh Moc is a coastal village in the north of Vietnam, near to the country’s narrowest border between the Gulf of Tonkin and Cambodia. It lies at the border of North and South Vietnam, in what was the Vietnamese Demilitarized Zone established (DMZ: 1954) after the First Indochina War. The 10km wide zone ran along the Ben Hai River just 7km south of Vinh Moc. During the Vietnam War the zone became important as the battleground demarcation separating North from South Vietnamese territories. So visitors reflect on the 27 years of war seen in the region.

The Vinh Moc limestone and clay tunnels were built and used between 1966 and 1972 by the villagers, who refused to leave their homeland under heavy bombing. The complex grew to include wells, kitchens, family rooms, medical facilities, maternity room and bomb shelters, to a depth of 23 m and three levels. In three years, seven tons of bombs were dropped per person living in the tunnels. Around 60 families lived in the tunnels and 17 children were born there. None lost their lives. Visitors can walk through the 2 km of mazes via the 13 entrances. Locally organised tours of the tunnels and the Demilitarized Zone are available.

A DMZ tour will take you to strategic sites like The Rock, ex-military bases, parts of the Ho Chi Minh Trail, and war relics from a terribly sad era. Although the Vietnam War ended decades ago, walking outside marked tracks can still be dangerous because of numerous unexploded ordnance devices. Con Co Island lies 25 km off the coast, and was part of the Marine Ho Chi Minh Trail, which conveyed supplies from North Vietnam to the south.