The 1968 My Lai Massacre was called “the most shocking episode of the Vietnam War.” It was famously covered up for almost a year and was subject to global outrage and revulsion. The bloody and divisive conflict of the Vietnam War brought upon the deaths of more than a million Vietnamese civilians, made worse by the United States Army's involvement. In this private tour around My Lai, unearth the violent war history that caused the deaths of over 500 men, women, children, and even infants in the village. Upon arriving in the village via hotel pick up, explore the peaceful and quaint village surrounded by rice paddies and coconut trees, in contrast with the burned houses and army boots that once marched those lands. Visit the My Lai Monument and the My Lai Peace Park to witness how the war victims are commemorated and honored. An English speaking guide will help you know more about the war that devastated My Lai. By 6:00pm, the tour ends as you return back to transport and be safely dropped off at your hotel.