Phong Nha cave is a cave in Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Quang Binh Province, Vietnam. Phong Nha Cave is one of the world’s longest wet cave. Besides, it also holds several records and the heaven for cave’s...Read more
Paradise Cave (-ng Thiên -ng ) discovered by scientists of the British Caving Research Association in 2005, has the length of 31km, the longest dry cave in Asia. With naturally primitive features, Paradise Cave looks like a landscape painting, making it very attractive to visitors. According to spelunkers, the deeper one journeys into the cave,...Read more
Phong Nha-K- Bàng national park is home to the largest cave in the world and covers 300 different grottoes and caves. Reachable by train or car through Dong Hoi city, it is place to natural scenic wonders and home to friendly locals. The jungle, the river, the cascades, the single trails and the narrow winding concrete roads are making the spot a...Read more
Explore Phong Nha, which is the most famous as the home of multiple extraordinary caves including dry and water caves. Paradise Cave is considered the most beautiful cave in Phong Nha, a giant cave with magnificent beauty of numerous stalagmites and stalactites which make you feel like being the...Read more
Phong Nha Caves are a complex of 14 grottoes situated in a region of Limestone Mountains in Ke Bang National Park. The caves were listed as a World Natural Heritage Site in July of 2003 by Unesco. On the way we visit some of the most famous battlefields in the Vietnam War; Ben Hai River, Hien Luong Bridge, all lie in the Demilitarized Zone of the...Read more
A trip designed to give short-on-time travelers, Visit the battle sites and heritage attractions of Quang Tri and Vinh Moc Tunnel; and the spectacular Paradise Cave, part of the biggest cave system in the world.
- Visit the battle sites and heritage attractions of Quang Tri and Vinh Moc Tunnel - Explore some of the...Read more
The Centre of Vietnam is the longest region of the country with over 1.000 kms from North to South. This region is encircled by mountains forming a natural border with Lao. Even if the Centre is less famous than Ha Noi, the Ha Long Bay or Ho Chi Minh City, it offers a very rich patrimony. Indeed, the Centre of Vietnam counts for four of the five...Read more