Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park – Vietnam

Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng is a national park and UNESCO World Heritage Site in central Quảng Bình province, about 500 km south of Hanoi.

It is rich in large, spectacular and scientifically significant caves, The park protects over 104 km of caves and underground rivers making it one of the most outstanding limestone karst ecosystems in the world. The karst formation has evolved since the Palaeozoic period some 400 million years ago – making it the oldest major karst area in Asia.

Hang Son Doong Cave –“ Mountain River Cave” is world’s largest cave in Vietnam. It was recently selected as “one of the most beautiful in the globe” by the BBC news.

It takes explorers 6 hours of walking through a 10 kilometer long forest path from Truong Son Highway to reach the mouth of Son Dong cave.

Wanna go on this adventure?  Until recently the park was not open to foreigners, but this wondrous area is now available to explore, though you will still need to go with a guide.

Phong Nha was recently visited by Rainbow Tourism Vietnam tour leader Hoang Chuyen.

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