Given the fact that Quang Binh province is rich with caves, we can say that Phong nha tour is one of our best-selling tours. Other than the caves, another wonder of the tour is the 5 km boat ride on the river before you reach the mouth of the cave. Here, you can enjoy the natural wonders, such as beautiful mountains, that God endowed this country with.

Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park

Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is situated in Quang Binh province. The Park can be compared to a huge and valuable geological museum of the world thanks to its complicated geological structure with different categories of stone including sandstone, quartz, schist, siliceous limestone… Inside the limestone topography are over 126 km of cave systems, with over 300 caves and grottos.

Lying in the heart of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Son Doong, the world’s largest natural cave, was discovered in 2009. The cave is seen as a valuable property of humanity with its aw-inspiring stalactites and stalagmites, splendid cave pearls and a primitive tropical forest.

Phong Nha Cave

The cave from which the park takes its name is Phong Nha cave, which is considered by many to be the best cave in the world, has been a site of mystery and wonderment for natives and visitors alike for centuries. Phong Nha Cave is famous for its rock formations which have been given names such as the “Lion”, the “Fairy Caves”, the “Royal Court”, and the “Buddha”.

Son Doong cave isn’t new, but it is newly discovered. The cave contains some of the tallest known stalagmites in the world, which are up to 70 m tall. Behind the Great Wall of Vietnam were found cave pearls the size of baseballs, an abnormally large size.

While Phong Nha and Son Doong may be known for their size, Tien Son cave is known for its beauty. Like Phong Nha cave, this cave features spectacular stalactites and stalagmites shaped like several fairy-tales. Stalactite and stalagmite columns and walls here create strange sounds like that of gong and drum if they are knocked with the hand.

Paradise Cave is a newly found cave in this area, is longer than Phong Nha cave, previously considered the longest cave in this national park. The limestone formation is also more spectacular than that of Phong Nha Cave.

Besides the cave, the park is also a great place for mountain climbing, hiking, and eco-tours of the surrounding Ke Bang Forest. This is the largest forest with this tree in Vietnam. Most of the trees here are 500–600 years old.

Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park was first nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998. For anyone who enjoys the outdoors and natural wonders, this park should make it onto your Vietnam itinerary.

1, Dong Hoi Citadel

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Dong Hoi Citadel is located in Dong Hoi city, Quang Binh Province. It is a complex of high fences and towers, forming a fortress that protected the kings and the capital of the Nguyen dynasty since 1630. The citadel is 1’500 m away from Nhat Le beach; it is adjacent to Nhat Le River in the East side and the forest on the West side.

The construction of Dong Hoi Citadel was started in 1812, at the location where King Nguyen Phuc Nguyen built Tran Ninh Rampart and Dong Hai Post in 1774. When King Gia Long passed away, King Minh Mang asked a French general to re-design the citadel, and in 1824 he rebuilt it into an invincible fortress which has the shape of a star. The perimeter of the citadel is 1.860m; its height is 4m. The 1.35m-wide façade faces the West. In addition, the citadel has 3 other big gates: North, South and East, which are equipped with 8-roof towers. Each gate has a well-designed bridge which connects the citadel with the outside area. In 1842, when Kinh Thien Tri was reigning, he renovated Dong Hoi citadel to consolidate its strength.

Dong Hoi citadel held an important position in many periods of the country’s history. In 1885, when the French army attacked it, people and the soldiers of Dong Ha defended and triumphantly won the battle, making the French retreat. During the Vietnam-France war from 1945 to 1954, the local inhabitants have also made several attacks at the citadel.

Nowadays, there is no more war in Vietnam, but the beautiful Dong Hoi citadel still stand vividly as a honorable symbol of the brave country, attracting visitors from many places around the country and the world.

2,Tam Toa church

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In 2009, the Church of Tam Toa (pictured) was at the centre of a conflict between Catholics and local authorities, with beatings, injuries and arrests. For Vietnamese Catholics the building has a very special significance. It’s existence was first documented in 1631 and in the seventeenth century it was the largest in the region, then called Sao Bun, with 1200 faithful. The present building, in Portuguese style with a typical large bell tower, was built in 1887 and was considered one of the most beautiful churches in the country. During the war it was hit during American bombing, leaving only the facade and bell tower standing. When the war ended, the parishioners were so impoverished that they could afford its restoration. Nevertheless, religious ceremonies were held regularly on its land. Until 1996, when the People’s Committee of Quang Binh province confiscated it, establishing what would become “a memorial site” that should be “preserved and protected for future generations to remember the war crimes of the Americans “.

 3, Me Suot Statue

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Born on the Van Chai, Phu My village (currently My Canh village, Bao Ninh ward) in 1906, Me Suot had to face with many difficulties. She had to be a servant for rich families for 18 years. After August Revolution, she got married and had three children (2 daughters, 1 son). Then, she made a living by ferrying on Nhat Le river. From 1964-1966, the war became more severe since American air force intensified bombing activities. At the age of 60, Me Suot still voluntarily worked as a ferry woman under the mission of delivering officers, wounded soldier and weapons across the river. Each year from that period of time, it was estimated that she carried 1,400 times even under heavy bombardments. In 1968, she sacrificed after a bombardment.

On 2003, the statue was inaugurated as a symbol of courageousness of not only Quang Binh people but also Vietnamese women. Looking to the Nhat Le river, Me Suot statue was sculptured right at the ferry where the woman used to deliver weapons as well as soldiers cross the river.

4, Bau Tro lake

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Bau Tro is a freshwater lake located between the sand dunes and Nhat Le beach. It is so deep that no bottom. This lake is an important fresh water supply source for Dong Hoi city. Moreover, Bau Tro is known as an archaeological site where excavations found remains of the prehistoric Neolithic period. This is a landscape, is both a vestige zone with archaeological sites of ancient Vietnamese to leave.

Standing on a sandy hill of Hai Thanh ward to look down, we can see that sea and lake only a few inches apart. in rougt sea days, just think that the sea integrates into the lake. Strangely, despite nearly, the water lake is still fresh as the forest streams. Formerly, Dong Hoi denizen often taking the water lake to washing white clothers. Lake water seep mainly from the sand so very cool and saccharine, can bleach clothers. This is the only fresh water source provide running water for denizen of the city which was contaminated with salt water for a long time ago.

Surrounding the lake is the range of green casuarina trees emerging on the blazing sandy zone. In recent years, as the ecological lake environment has improved so many birds return to reside in forest. Visitors to the lake, nothing interesting than tie the hammock under a tree and listening to rustling of sea wave mixed the chattering of birds that take us to peacefully sleep.

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Quang Binh is the narrowest place on the central of Vietnam. Nature has given favor to Quang Binh province to have a long beach with beautiful and romantic beaches. The total length is 160 km. So there are many famous beachs that everyone knows when referring to Quang Binh province. It one of them is the Nhat Le beach. It is located in the northeast of Dong Hoi city, Quang Binh province.

A beautiful flower on the Nhat Le beach

Walking along the coast you will see the trees standing against each other to wind the wind. Sitting on the white sandy beach you can feel the salty winds blowing from the sea. You can see the beautiful landscape and you can enjoy the delicious seafood here. For example: the squid, lobster, steamed or grilled fish, oysters…The good time to visit the seaside is from April to August every year. This time of the summer, visitors can soak up the calm blue waves on the beach in the city.

Nhat Le

Of course, when visiting the beach tourists can take the beautiful pictures of this place. Visitors can hunt for great photos for themselves as a collection about this lovely land. Nhat Le is means “ the brilliance of the sun” This is where the place is very different from other places. Please come here to feel it: Nhat Le beach, Dong Hoi city, Quang Binh province.

In 2018, tickets to Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park will not change compared to 2017. Quang Binh tourism is famous for Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park. There are more than 300 large and small caves, many types of tourism are put into operation. Travel experience to discover Phong Nha, Thien Duong. Recently, adventure tourism has developed strongly in Phong Nha Ke Bang. Many travel agencies have put into operation many new caves in the form of adventure.

In addition to the traditional tourism products such as Phong Nha, Tien Son, Paradise, ecotourism products, experience and exploration of nature in the National Park has been invested to exploit tourists. These include: Nature trails of the Rao Thuong – En cave, the Valley of Life – Thuy Cung cave, Va grotto, Nut Water cave – Different experiences or “Conquering Son Doong – the world’s bigest cave” “…

 

Exploring the experience is an attractive tourist in Quang Binh

Netin travel provides ticket information of Phong Nha Ke Bang in 2018 for visitors. If you need to take a tour of the adventure, please contact us for advice and support.

Tickets price list for Phong Nha Ke Bang 2018

  1. Tour of Phong Nha cave and Tien Son cave
  2. Visiting tickets.

– Phong Nha cave: VND 150,000 / person / visit.

– Tien Son Cave: 80,000 VND / person / visit.

  1. Boat ticket for transportation.

– Boat of the trip: 360,000 VND / Boat

– If visit 2 caves Phong Nha and Tien Son: 390.000 VNĐ / Boat

Note: – According to the new regulations, each boat can carry a maximum of 12 people and at least one person. All boats are coordinated by the Phong Nha Tourist Center so there is no prey, fare or tourist fraud. No reservation required. You do not need to book.There will be a coordinator for you.

  1. Eco-tourism Mooc spring

– Adult 80,000 VND / person

–  Packages ticket at Suoi Nuoc Mooc: 180,000 VND

III. Spiritual travel.

– The eight ladies cave: No charge

  1. Tickets to visit Thien Duong Cave.

Adult: 250,000 VND / person

Children with the height from 0.9m – 1.3m: 125.000d / person

Children under 0.9m in the height: free

TICKETS TO TRANSFER GUESTS FROM THE CENTER OF PARADISE CAVE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE MOUTAIN

Buggies service:

Buggie trip 04 seats and 06 seats.

Buggie trip 04 seats:

One way ticket: 60.000 VND / route / way

Two way ticket: 100.000 VND / route / round

Buggie trip 06 seats:

One way ticket: 90.000VND / route / way

Two way ticket: 150.000 VND / route / round

Buggie trip 8 seats and 14 seats

Buggie 08 seats: 200.000vnd / car / round

  1. Tickets to visit Chay River-Dark Cave

Ticket price 80,000 vnd

Package service (mud bath, zipline, kayak …) 450,000 vnd

Price the bath and the games (not mud bath) 270,000 vnd

If you need information about Quang Binh Tourism or travel consultant. Please contact us for support and advice: Mr Cuong 0912356056 – Ms Trang 0911 366 567 – Mr Quyet 0914 666 873

Some of Phong Nha tours you should refer to:

Paradise cave – Mooc Spring

Dong Hoi – Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park – Phong Nha Cave – Paradise Cave – Dong Hoi

Netin supports booking tickets to Phong Nha Ke Bang for tourists when traveling to Quang Binh.

 

For Vietnamese people, spirituality is always the attraction when travelling. In addition to Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park with many beautiful caves, when you come to Quang Binh you should not miss the spiritual attractions in this article. These places are very sacred. So Many people not only go there to enjoy it but also to pray for peace.

1,Vung Chua –  Yen (swallow)Island

Vung Chua – Yen (swallow) Island located at the foot of the Hoanh Son range, about 10km from the poetic Ngang Pass to the southeast. From Tho Son peak looked toward the sea is the magnificent natural scenery, peaceful seawater clouds. Being surrounded by the three islands of Hon La, Hon Gio and Hon Nom (Swallow Island), Vung Chua area is pretty airtight, where is the shelter for many boats during storms.

Along with Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, Vung Chua – Yen Island where General Vo Nguyen Giap, a Vietnamese hero, rested in peace also attracts ten thousands of tourists from throughout the country. With creative steps and flexible methods, since early 2014 to now, Quang Binh has welcomed 2.5 millions of tourists, increasing over 140% compared to that of the same period last year. It is expected that Quang Binh Province will become an attractive destinations for tourists all over the country as well as international friends.

2, Eight Ladies cave

Eight ladies cave (Tam co cave) is an aghast historical relic of the sacrifice of eight youth volunteers to keep the north-south route Smoothly. The cave is on the 20th road – part of the legendary Truong Son Road, in Tan Trach commune, Bo Trach district, Quang Binh province. At here, US bombing raids day and night to cut off the North’s supplies to the South.

During the American War, the area was a target of fierce aerial bombardments of the American to stop the northern reinforcement to the southern front-line. This place marked the sacrifice of the volunteer youth during their attempt to keep the transport route clear. On November 14, 1972, violent bomb attacks were frenziedly dropped down to the land, a huge stone of 1000 tons collapsed to lock 8 voluntary youths inside the cave. Nine days after that, there was no hope for saving their comrades, all 8 voluntary youths sacrificed.

Next to the cave, there is a temple to commemorate the people sacrificed on the 20th road 

Today, “Tam Co” cave (Eight Lady cave) has become a spiritual tourism destination for travelers. Every day there are hundreds of  tourists visit this cave. They burn incense and remember the merit of the soldiers.

3 Lieu Hanh Temple.

The temple has become a centre for cultural and religious activities of both the local people and visitors.  Lieu Hanh Mother Goddess is one of the four immortals and also a leading figure in the mother goddess cult, in which she governs the celestial realm.

A temple to worship Lieu Hanh Mother Goddess is about 300 metres in the southwest of Hoanh Son gate. The temple, built in 1557 (the post-Le dynasty), faces the East Sea. During Tet (lunar traditional New Year Festival), local fishermen burned incenses at the temple and pray for luck. The temple has an area of about 335 square meters with a unique architecture, expressing the solemnity of the temple.

4, Chua Non – Than Dinh Mountain

The Than Dinh Mountain range in the western Quang Binh central province. It bears an imposing beauty of a landscape painting. Tourists to Quang Binh should call at the Than Dinh (Dinh God) Mountain which is famous for “numerous fairies and Buddha”. The mountain range has served as a screen to shield the hard-working people in western Quang Binh for ages.

In the evening, tourists call at Van Kieu ethnic families. By the camp fire, tourists have a chance to enjoy Truong Xuan fried peanuts, Rao Da baked maize, Vo Xa wine, and Than Dinh mountain goat meat and beef. Chua Non – Than Dinh Mountain. This pagoda attracts numerous visitors to burn incense and pray for peace, good health and prosperity.

5, Me Suot Statue

Born on the Van Chai, Phu My village (currently My Canh village, Bao Ninh ward) in 1906, Me Suot had to face with many difficulties. She had to be a servant for rich families for 18 years. After August Revolution, she got married and had three children (2 daughters, 1 son). Then, she made a living by ferrying on Nhat Le river. From 1964-1966, the war became more severe since American air force intensified bombing activities. At the age of 60, Me Suot still voluntarily worked as a ferry woman under the mission of delivering officers, wounded soldier and weapons across the river. Each year from that period of time, it was estimated that she carried 1,400 times even under heavy bombardments. In 1968, she sacrificed after a bombardment.

On 2003, the statue was inaugurated as a symbol of courageousness of not only Quang Binh people but also Vietnamese women. Looking to the Nhat Le river, Me Suot statue was sculptured right at the ferry where the woman used to deliver weapons as well as soldiers cross the river.

The Vinh Moc Tunnels are located on the coast 37 kilometers north of Dong Ha. When the DMZ, the dividing line between North and South Vietnam, was created along the Ben Hai River, the village of Vinh Moc found itself at the precarious southern edge of Northern Vietnam.

Secretly built between 1966 to 1967, the red soil had to be dispersed under the cover of night to avoid detection by enemy surveillance. Three different levels were constructed – 12 metres, 15 metres and 23 metres deep – with 13 entrances/exits, including seven to the coast. Not only did this provide a breeze for ventilation, it was important for supply lines to the sea.

  

You will lost, if you don’t take the map

The Ho Chi Minh Trail wasn’t one specific trail. It refers to the entire effort by the North across a network of interconnecting channels to secretly deliver troops and munitions to their fighters in the south. Con Co Island just off the coast from Vinh Moc became part of the north’s Ho Chi Minh Trail of the sea, and supplies were moved to the island via the tunnels. Our DMZ guide explained that while the Americans did not know the exact location of the tunnels, they knew enough to bomb the area so in three years, seven tons of bombs were dropped per person living in the tunnels.

The life of the people in Tunnel Tunnel is reproduced vividly

When someone sounded the alarm of the imminent bombing, villagers moved underground and remained there for as long as it took, be it a few minutes or few days. The longest continuous stretch was for five days and five nights. Entering the tunnel through a nondescript hole in the ground, as you move down, down, down into the labyrinth, darkness, ceiling and walls envelope you and it sinks in: 300 people found shelter here for six years. You’ll see nooks used as sleeping quarters, a meeting room and kitchen built with a clever system that could release yet hide the smoke. They played movies with a generator. There was an operation room, a nursery and even a maternity ward – 17 babies were born in the tunnels; six of those people still live in the village today.

 

There were about 96 families lived in the tunnels

Keep in mind that Vinh Moc isn’t the only tunnel system. It is the longest and largest, but there were 114 in Vinh Linh district, with miles of trenches connecting village to village. Vinh Moc survived the bombings but other tunnels were not so fortunate. Some 28 sustained direct hits and souls were buried alive.

Vinh Moc is always included in DMZ tours and it is the highlight. You can do it on your own but having a good guide (with a flashlight!) will illuminate the experience with information. They’ll also point out every slippery step and lead you through the confusing labyrinth.

Tourist shuttle buses also run between Phong Nha/Dong Hoi and Hue that include a stop at Vinh Moc and the Ben Hai River, a good way to cover this site if you are short on time. We saw it advertised in Dong Hoi for 500,000 dong per person.

While the tunnels are bigger than the Cu Chi Tunnels, they are still very small (approximately 1.6 metres tall and 1.2 metre wide) and most visitors will have to awkwardly stoop while walking. It will be a struggle for big folk. Walls are damp and muddy – don’t wear your finest frock. The unexpected dioramas of people in parts of the tunnel will make you jump out of your skin, adding to the vividness of the experience.

We don’t feel the most comfortable in tight underground spaces but we were fine. It certainly helped that it was just us and our guide and we had additional lighting with a torch. It was also cold season, and our hats off to the tunnel builders because the cross-ventilation construction brought in the fresh sea breeze. However, we can imagine it would be tough if it is hot and you are in stuck in a conga line of people. If you think you’ll  feel antsy, wait for the groups to clear out. To those who get claustrophobic: it is probably not for you.

If you are going alone, bring a torch and take a photo of the map at the small museum. Some of the tunnels are not lit. We entered from entrance 3, went out at 6 to look at the beach (very pretty by the way), then re-entered finally exiting at entrance 5.

How to get there from Dong Hoi city

You just go on the 1A high way to the south. From the Ben Hai River, head one kilometre further north on Highway 1. Veer right onto main road TL70. It’s all unmarked small roads from here on and you generally want to go north-east. One suggested way, from Highway 1 travel 2.4 kilometres on TL70, then turn left and head north 4.3 kilometres. At the junction, turn right – it’s 4.5 kilometres heading east then north on TL573.

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1,Phong Nha Bamboo Café

Bamboo Cafe is a local restaurant and bar, opened since July 2014, located in Phong Nha town. They are working on how to build this hidden gem as the best place for relaxing and chilling out for all  travelers passing by this region.You will find this place has really  friendly staff; great vibe; good local and Western foods; and amazing fresh drinks.

 If you want to find a space where you can find the mixture of old style; modern; friendly and natural decoration. You should come by and have a drink. Making your travel easier and happier is their priority. Many local specialties and also vegetarian foods will be showed in detailed to you by a professional team here. If you want to explore delicious food, this is a place not to be missed.

Cost: The spring rolls cost VND60,000, sweet and sour ribs with rice go for VND80,000 and a Phong Nha vegetarian volcano (tofu, mushroom, tomato, onion and capsicum) costs VND50,000.

2, Easy Tiger

Easy Tiger is the kind of place where you can instantly make a bunch of new best friends simply by sitting down. The telltale buzz of a good backpacker joint seeps out of the front gate and onto the street long after most other restaurants close.

The Easy Tiger kitchen serves meals and finger food from 6am to 10.30pm, focusing on Western dishes with a local twist. The bar is open until 11pm, offering a range of beer, sodas, fresh juices, smoothies, wines and even ciders, with free drinking water refills. Easy Tiger is also known for its in-house band that plays three to four nights a week, filling the space with hits and classics.

Cost: Drinks range from VND15,000 for a soda and VND20,000 for a Huda beer to VND80,000 for a Magners Apple Cider.

3,Capture Vietnam Café

Capture in Phong Nha is famous for Western food and great wood fire pizza. Fresh juices and healthy smoothies go a long way when dealing with the warm weather here. Come try their desserts (carrot cake, chocolate cake, brownies, muffin, cookies…) also ice cream ( vanilla, coconut, chocolate, mango, mint ice cream) all great. Also, they have gluten free polenta. They also have nice postcards and stamps.

On a cold rainy day there is NOTHING BETTER than discovering a warm, cozy, place with delicious food. The wood burning oven at this restaurant is by far the focal piece. The pizza is delicious, and uses many premium imported toppings. From 3-5pm they have special 10″ pizza + local beer deals for only 60.000 vnd. That’s insane!

Cost: Food prices range from a veggie hummus sandwich at VND70,000 to a classic pizza at VND180,000. Drinks prices range from VND15,000 for a soda and VND20,000 for local beer to a Capture Nutella frappe at VND90,000

4,Bar Bomb Crater

Bomb Crater Bar is located right on the Son river, just 3km from Phong Nha Village (Son Trach) on the Old French Highway. Cold drinks and great service make this the perfect place to stop along the road between Phong Nha and the Bong Lai Valley or the Phong Nha Farmstay if you are out on a cycle ride or just looking for a cold drink, a place to relax or somewhere to watch the sunset.

The location on the river is great for a swim and is a relaxing and chilled out place to have a beer, coffee, cocktail, smoothie or a bite to eat.

Cost: A Huda beer costs VND20,000, soda is VND15,000 and mixed drinks are VND50,000. Snacks range from VND5,000 for a bag of crisps to VND70,000 for a meal.

5,East Hill Phong Nha

East Hill is Phong Nha’s most bizarrely creative establishment, perched on the top of a mound of earth. The owner originally opened it for the backpacker market, but now most of his customers are Vietnamese — students and teachers from Dong Hoi.

The café looks out over the valley and you can almost taste the peaceful silence that washes over you with the breeze. Bright yellow flowers waft gently on one side and a long wooden bench rims the front of the café hut, laden with a few big smooth stones on which someone has painted the Wifi password. Order a morning ca phe den or sua da and join the locals as they watch the sun wake up.

Cost: Ranges from VND15,000 for beer to VND17,000 for a delicious coffee.

These places are very close to the famous caves: Paradise cave, Phong Nha cave and Dark cave. A popular tour company, Netin Travel can provide you with the opportunity to experience Vietnam through the professional guide of friendly local people.

Phong Nha cave – Paradise cave

Phong Nha cave – Dark cave

Paradise cave – Dark cave

If you have the endless passion for “Backpacker” travel, the forest or the sea which is extremely attractive to you. Other places are exciting for traveling. That is the sand hill, isn’t it? Actually, not only “Backpackers”,  any one who reading this article below, they will get there when they arrive in Viet Nam.

Unlike the vastness of the ocean with the blue color and green mountains above, you feel like you become smaller on the sand dunes.  It is more beautiful with only a yellow color. There are some small bushes that live in this harsh land. The nature in the central of Vietnam is so “hard to live”, but also presents itself  diverse beauty.

Watching movies or reading stories about the desert that makes many people wish to go. But in Vietnam  there are also some beautiful places like that. Let’s try it out :

Quang Phu Sand Hill – Quang Binh

The sun set at the Quang Phu sand hill is so amazing.

Named one of the most beautiful sand dunes in Central Vietnam, Quang Phu Sand Hill is located between Quang Phu Commune (Dong Hoi) and Nhan Trach Commune (Bo Trach). This place is famous for its many shades of sand, after the rain, it is red sand. The bright red color of the sun shining down makes the sand dunes mysterious. On hot days, it changes other colors:  white, yellow or gray …

Because the wind is not so strong, the sand waves in Quang Phu is not large, creating a smooth, very impressive. In addition, Quang Phu white sand dunes stretch to the coast. Due to the wild, this beach is also green and clean. It is convenient to “return to the sea”,  isn’t it? With a reasonable height, this area is suitable for playing adventurous games, including sand-shoeing

Mui Ne Sand Hill – Binh Thuan

Tourists can travel from Mui Ne to Luong Son sand hill by a motorbike or jeep.  

It is so nice and impressive. Sand dunes have been formed for a long time, stretching over a wide area ​​up to 50 ha. This is called “ Flying Sand Hill” because the shape of the sand dunes often have changes and deformation. That makes Mui Ne Sand Hill more impressive and attractive. From the sand hill, you can take a panoramic view of Mui Ne with the vast blue color of the sea. Mixing with the wild nature in the late afternoon sunshine, that will bring you many impressive emotions.

Trinh Nu Sand Hill – Binh Thuan

The pure beauty of the sand scenery in this place that makes many people love for the first time

“Trinh Nu” means Virgin Girl. The name is so cute. Because White Sand Hill looks like a girl lying on her side. Moreover, the sand is also smooth white. when it combined with the bright sunlight, creating a magical look. In the middle of the sand hill, there is a clear fresh water lake. So it has another name “Bau Trang” (White lake).

If you visit Bau Trang, you should rent a motorbike to conquer the sand dunes. The feeling of surfing on the sand, conquering the top of the hill to the other hill brings tourists new adventure. If you do not want to drive yourself, you can book the Jeep car service with a driver (600.000 vnd / 4 persons /60 minutes).

Nam Cuong Sand Hill – Ninh Thuan

Nam Cuong sand hill in Ninh Thuan province is 8km from central Phan Rang city.

Nam Cuong sand hill is still quite wild, located in the village of Cham ethnic people. So Sand Hill has become an integral part of their the life. Going to this sand hill, you will be impressive by idyllic scenes of Cham people’s rural life. It is also the most attractive place of Nam Cuong.

Mui Dinh sand hill- Ninh Thuan

The beautiful basket boats in the middle of a large space

The place is still very pristine like “magnolia meadows”, the sea is right next to the sand hill. In this area there are also hollows, forming small ponds adjacent to each other. Sand is white smooth, the ponds has clear water that makes the space beautiful “ hard to describe”. There is also a camping pitch with typical prairie tents. You can rent tents here overnight and enjoy nomadic life.

The company organized tour to Son Doong, Oxalis has recently opened online booking. For the bad weather, the tour will open from January to August of 2017 for only 500 tickets booked.

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Son Doong Cave

According to Oxalis, in 2016 there were over 400 tourist visited and conquered Son Doong. They also said that for those who have sought Son Doong tickets that would be for earlier come, earlier served and sastisfy phisical activities

Oxalis has organized the tour within 5 days to the cave with 10 people. The Son Doong tickets in 2017 will cost 66 million (3000 USD)The total participants including tourists, porters,cook,tourguide,twoexperts,twoforestrysurveillances around 25 people.

The tour “Son Doong cave – conquering the largest cave in the world” is one of international and domestic level tours. The cave is also considered as one of top ten amazing places in life time.
There are many famous newspapers,magazines on Earth like New York Times, Google, National Geographic, Tripadvisor popularing and introducing the its values.
Especially, in 2015, the programme of the United States “ABC’s “Good Morning America” broadcasted live stream on their official channel.

The Son Doong cave is over 200 metres wide and 150 metres within 9km long. Tourist might be blowing away when knowing that the cave can be fit a 40-storey skyscaper inside and 3-Boeing airplanes. The cave was recognized as the largest cave on Earth by the British Cave Research Association.

By : phongnhacave.org

According to the Provincial People’s Committee, they allowed the JUNGLE BOSS to open a survey tour to Tra Ang cave – Hamad valley for visitors in three months. The tour is about ecotourism in combining with caves, having bath in the stream, visiting natural landscapes.

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Hamad Valley – Tra Ang cave

The Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park management board and the Province already assigned to master and check the survey tour to set up the official project to submit to the Province for waiting the approval

The purpose of the tour is to make more diverse in Nation Park and tourism products, contribute to meeting demands of  discovering the heritage’s unique values.

Reportedly, the valley “Hamad”, at km27 of Ho Chi Minh west branch trail, is featured for its beatuty of natural landscapes and a diverse vegetational cover with high biological diversity.
The Tra Ang cave, at km17 of 20 Victory Road, was discovered in 2014 by British Cave Research Association with 650m deep.
The cave is green and cool with underground system, includes stalacties with various colorful shapes. It collects water from Va cave, Son Doong cave (the largest cave in the world) and
swallow cave to pour into Tra Ang stream with over 4km long.

By : phongnhacave.org
(Quang Binh Tourism)