A trench at Eliane 2 at Dien Bien PhuJourney back in time to visit the battlefields then and now, and learn more about military history of Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar. You may be a veteran who would like to visit the battlefields that you once were, or you may be in the army who would like to have a military tour and training for your unit, or simply you are a history buff doing researches for your own interest; Paradissa could customize a battlefield tour to suit your requirements.

  • Our half a day tour from Pleiku to Pleime Hill for observing the Ia Drang Valley and recall the bloody battle in 1965, the first encounter between the US Army and the People's Army of Vietnam.

    Destinations: Gia Lai, Pleiku
    Tour Theme/Activity: History, Battlefield
  • The Vietnam War, known in Vietnam as the American War, has been controversial and much debated about.

    Destinations: Hanoi, Halong Bay, Dong Hoi, Hue, Hoi An, My Lai (Son My), Quang Ngai, Quy Nhon Beach, Pleiku, Buon Ma Thuot, Ninh Chu Beach, Vung Tau, Saigon, Cu Chi Tunnels, Tay Ninh, Tien Giang, Vinh Long
    Tour Theme/Activity: Cruise, Adventure, Plateau, History, Battlefield, Off-the-beaten track, Ancient town
  • April 1952, Raoul Salan was appointed to be the Commander in Chief of the French Forces in Indochina after the death of the predecessor De Lattre and the defeat of French forces in the Battle of Hoa Binh.

  • By mid 1954, the French had realized that it had lost the war to the Viet Minh and would not want to fight further. The Geneva Conference was held on the 20th and 21st of July 1954 to solve the problems in Indochina producing a number of agreements to settle the war. The set of agreements was called the Geneva Accord.

  • Vietnam War Battlefields Tour is one of Paradissa's Vietnam adventure tours and a history journey to visit the sites of major encounters between the US Army and The People's Army of Vietnam (PAVN) for 14 days, 13 nights.

    Destinations: Hanoi, Quang Tri, DMZ, Kon Tum, Pleiku, Buon Ma Thuot
    Tour Theme/Activity: Adventure, Ethnic villages, Mountains, Plateau, History, Battlefield
  • After the Geneva Accord in 1954, the north and the south of Vietnam was temporarily divided at the 17th parallel and the Ben Hai River was the temporary military demarcation line. The Demilitarized Zone (or DMZ) of no more than 5km in width was created on either side of the Ben Hai River.