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The UNESCO-listed landscapes of the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park lie just an hour’s drive from Dong Hoi. On this tour, travel to the park in the comfort of a private vehicle and explore the park’s natural wonders at your own pace. Visit highlights including the Phong Nha Cave and Paradise Cave; hop out to walk the Nuoc Mooc eco-trail and explore the Botanical Garden; or enjoy activities such as kayaking and ziplining at the Dark Cave.
This jam packed tour brings you to the caves in one full day! First stop is Paradise Cave is the longest dry cave in Asia, especially system stalagmites, stalactites here with shimmering beauty, subtle, beyond the imagination of human. Next to Phong Nha Cave is the world’s largest wet with vast underground river system. Let's enjoy your trip with us to explore wonderful cave only in Vietnam.
Explore the longest dry cave in the world, 200 meters above sea level, and 31kms long, it was only discovered in 2005. You’ll be amazed by its grandeur and sheer number of big beautiful Stalactites and Stalagmites. By a slow accumulation of calcium, the structures grow less that 10cm every one thousand years. Start your afternoon with an adrenaline kick. Zipline from the watchtower, down across the river and into the giant mouth of the cave. Strap on a head lamp, you’re going deep into the darkness of Lady cave. Follow the narrow footpath, knee deep in mud until you reach the giant pool of mud well above your waist. Turn off you headlamps and sit in absolute dark. Climb up out of the mud and have a swim in the massive cavern pool to get all the mud off, then hop into a kayak and make your way back upstream to the start point.
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