Exclusive 5 days 4 nights tour conquering Kong Collapse Top Adventure with 100m abseiling out of Kong’s left eye, one of the deepest sinkholes on the planet.

Venture into the depths of Kong Collapse, a 450m deep sinkhole, among the deepest on Earth, successfully re-explored by the intrepid Jungle Boss team in both 2019 and 2020.

Kong Collapse Top Adventure stands as one of Vietnam’s most demanding expeditions, involving extensive hiking through rugged terrains deep within the heart of Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park.

Few have dared to conquer Kong’s Eye, a daunting 100m abseil. This expedition is a thrilling blend of jungle trekking, rock scrambling, cave swimming, underground camping, and exhilarating abseiling.

Distinguished as the first cave abseil trek in Vietnam, this journey presents a compelling challenge for adventurers seeking a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

A day of rigorous safety training precedes three days of immersive jungle exploration, uncovering the mysteries of these caves.

  • This expedition leads you into the depth of the primary jungle where you will explore the whole system of Tiger Cave including Kong sinkhole, Pygmy cave, hang Over cave and Tiger cave in Phong Nha Ke Bang.
  • Experience camping amidst the cave’s natural surroundings, adjacent to the plantation inside.
  • You will be one of the very first people to step into this untouched underground secret.

Conquer Duong Cam Waterfall 01 day adventure tour.

DEPARTURE TIME Pickup time from 7h45 – 8h00 am at Phong Nha town
Transportation in Phong Nha
Guide: English-speaking Vietnamese guides from Phong Nha
Military shoes and towel for borrowing:
Use of towels and trekking shoes Euro sizes 37-45 (We suggest bringing your own shoes if these do not suit you. We do not suggest Goretex/waterproof boots as these take a long time to dry).
Equipment: Equipment used during the tour: Helmet, head light, life jacket, gloves…
Meals:Food and drinks during the tour
Safety Assistants:
Local experts, well-trained assistants
Travel Insurance
Valued-added tax
 Other fees out of programme Guide Gratuity
 Transfers from outside Phong Nha area

Son Doong Cave, the world’s largest cave in Vietnam.

Day 1

Arrival & Technical training (Lunch / Dinner)

You will be picked up from Dong Hoi or Phong Nha area to Homestay in Phong Nha village on your arrival. Prepare for the journey!
08:30 Pick up for the technical training at Jungle Boss Headquarter.
09:00 – 12:00 Technical training at Jungle Boss training station.
12:00 Lunch.
14:30 – 17:30 Technical training. You will be instructed by our safety expert on single rope technique (SRT), how to do a safe abseil and go through a transverse line. And practice abseiling at Jungle Boss training station.
18:00 Welcome dinner. Transfer back to the homestay after dinner.
Day 2

Phong Nha - Road 20 Victory - Lower entrance of Tiger Cave. Distance: 11km (Lunch / Dinner)

08:30 Pick up from Homestay and transfer to Jungle Boss Headquarter for rechecking hiking gears and personal equipment.
09:15 Depart the journey into the depth. Drive along Road 20 Victory for about 45 minutes to the start point of the trekking route at km 24.
10:00 Start hiking into the Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park. The start is pretty easy downhill but the terrain will change continuously after 1 hour of hiking. You will be hiking up and downhill for the next 1 hour to Doc Gio.
12:30 Stop for lunch to recharge the energy at Doc Gio Good time for rest and some beautiful photos of the jungle in this section.
13:30 Keep going on the journey to Tiger cave. The deeper the harder! You may pass some water if it rains.
14:00 The terrain is getting hard toward Grass Slope “Dốc Lươn”. Dốc Lươn is very steep and slippery. There will be vines and trees for handrails.
16:00 Arrive at the lower entrance of Tiger Cave and start swimming into the cave.
16:00 – 16:30 Swim at the lower passage of Tiger cave.
17:00 – 18:00 Prepare campsite at Tiger cave.
18:00 – 21:30 Dinner, chill, talk, and make friends with the local porter.
21:30 Bedtime.
Day 3

Explore the secrets of Kong. 3km trek. (Lunch / Dinner)

08:00 Breakfast at the base camp.
09:00 Set off to walk up to Kong’s eye for the 100-m-abseil.
10:00 – 15:00 Abseil into the bottom of Kong Collapse.
15:00 – 17:00 Explore the back entrance of Tiger Cave and the extension passages of Kong.
17:00 – 18:30 Chill time, photo shoot, swim in the river by the campsite in Kong.
18:00 – 21:30 Dinner, chill, talk, and make friends with the local porter.
21:30 Bedtime.
Day 4

Kong Collapse - Tiger cave - hang Over cave - hang Pygmy. A day underground.

08:00 Breakfast at basecamp.
08:00 – 09:00 Photo shoot of Kong Collapse. Abseil from the Turtle rock in Kong (optional).
09:00 – 10:00 Explore Tiger cave. There will be some sections required to swim. Get ready to be wet!
10:00 Start exploring hang Over, the longest cave of the Tiger cave system. This will require an exploration through 3,2m in the darkness.
12:00 Lunch will be served inside hang Over cave.
13:00 Keep exploring hang Over to reach the Massive Attack passage in hang Over. This passage is 125m wide and 80m high. Many chances for amazing photos.
14:00 Trek through the jungle inside hang Pygmy and hang Over to start exploring the fourth largest cave in the world.
14:30 – 16:00 You will be following a safety line along hang Pygmy to reach the Dinosaur Spike passage. This section will require a 15-m-abseil into the bottom of Pygmy cave.
16:00 – 18:00 Keep exploring Pygmy cave, photoshoot and go swimming in the secret pool inside Pygmy cave.
18:00 – 21:00 Dinner time, chill at campsite.
Day 5

Hang Pygmy - Road 20 Victory. 9km trek

08:00 Breakfast and cleaning up camp you will exit the cave system and begin the half-day trek home.
09:00 Start trekking out of hang Pygmy entrance to reach different valleys and mountains. This will be a long trek out of the jungle with difficult terrain.
09:30 Continue the journey to conquer the green forest. Leaving Pygmy Cave, you will come to a system of consecutive limestone mountains and valleys. The walking journey is quite arduous and challenging with many steep slopes.
10:30 Arrive a “Doc Co” known as grass slope which is quite slippery and steep hill. This hill will kill a lot of energy. If it rains, you may have a chance to see some waterfalls on the way.
12:00 Some snack lunch will be provided during the trek.
14:00 Arrive at the road to enjoy a cold drink before the van arrives and transfers you back to Jungle Boss headquarter.
15:00 Arrive at Jungle Boss headquarter, check in Homestay, clean up.
18:00 Gala dinner in Phong Nha.

What’s in your tent?

You’ll be resting in one of our tents (single or double tent). Each tent comes fully equipped with a comfortable thick mattress, a pillow, a warm blanket, an air fan, and aromatic bags. Jungle Boss make sure you’ll enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep after your adventurous day of trekking and cave exploration.

Son Doong Cave, the world’s largest cave in Vietnam.

Bath on Tour

Our tours offer campsites situated in proximity to beautiful crystal clear rivers, lakes, giving guests the freedom to enjoy a refreshing swim. The dedicated Jungle Boss team assumes the vital role of lifeguards to guarantee the safety of all customers. As part of our commitment to preserving natural resources, the use of traditional shampoo or conditioner in rivers or pools is strictly prohibited. Instead, we kindly ask our guests to use environmentally-friendly, biological shampoo throughout their journey, which will be provided on tour.

Toilet on Tour

Most of Jungle Boss is set in the deep jungle without modern amenities. To protect the environment and maintain cleanliness, we offer Jungle Composting Toilet that are inside a tent and consist of a regular toilet seat on top of a box. Inside the box, there’s a waste bucket. Nearby, you’ll find provided toilet paper a container of rice husks. After using the toilet, cover your waste with a scoop of rice husks to keep things odor-free and prevent insects. Once the buckets are full, our team will replace them and bury the waste in a designated spot in the jungle. It will naturally break down and become fertilizer. Please use these toilets for both urination and defecation to maintain cleanliness and preserve the environment. Urinating outside or in the caves is not allowed to avoid odors and harm to the cave ecosystem. We also provide dry hand-sanitizer.

Kong Collapse
Safety in caves
In the Collapse Cave
Kong Collapse

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