Paradise cave or (Hang Thien Duong) was found by a local man named "Ho Khanh in 2005". The cave was researched by British Cave Research Association with total length of 31,4km and was considered as the dried-longest cave in Asia. The cave has been form over 300 million of years based on scientist's prediction with wonderful formations. It looks like a secret city hidden underground and is attractive to visitors.
Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park – 8Ladies cave - Paradise cave - Kayaking Chay river – Dark cave The first day starts with an around tour in Phong Nha – Ke Bang Heritage. A good view to vast primary forest from Dong Tien slope, the chance to observe wildlife annimals and followed by some historical stories about Vietnamese independent war on Tra Ang Bridge will bring visitors a perfect
Phong Nha Cave was first “discovered” in 1899. In 1992 a group of British scientist joined the Hanoi University on a expedition inside the cave. With the mission to fully explore the cave and document it. Between the 18th of march and the 18th of April several expedition were organized and the group had successfully discovered 7,729 meters of cave with a maximum height of 50 meters and a maximum
Explore the untamed jungle and limestone mountain region of Tu Lan Cave System on our one-day Tu Lan Jungle & Cave Experience. With your English-speaking guide and local jungle men from the nearby ethnic village of Tan Hoa, you will trek up to 8km through buffalo fields, dense jungle and have an opportunity to swim through an unbelievable river cave. See the immense formations of Hang Chuot (Rat Cave) before
The majestic cave known as Hang Tien, or “Fairy Cave”, has previously only been viewable on the Tu Lan Expedition. It is now showcased as the star of our 1 day tour. This tour is designed for those with just a day to explore the wild but still looking for an escape to the jungle along with adventure and of course, a beautiful cave. Enter into Hang Tien where you’ll
Phong Nha Cave well-known as (Wind blows through the teeth) was found in the 16th century by Champa people. The cave located inside the core zone area of Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park. The cave was researched by BCRA in 1990. Phong Nha cave is not only a natural legacy of the world or a wonder of the country Vietnam, but also the historical history in the past, Ho
For those whom a week expedition to Son Doong cave – the world’s biggest cave – is too much, this new 2-day combination ‘Hang Va & Hang Nuoc Nut’ expedition tour can be a perfect alternative for your short holiday. While not physically connected to Son Doong, Hang Nuoc Nut and Hang Va are part of Son Doong cave system based on their shared water flow. Some explorers even