Phong Nha Cave
Established around a small hill with support from Cologne Zoo, this small, semi-wild primate reserve has been set up as a breeding...
Phong Nha Caves & Boat Trip
This is the most popular excursion in the region and it’s easy to understand why – it’s a spectacular river trip. Phong Nha Cave is...
Nuoc Mooc Eco-Trail
Lonely Planet review
The largest and most stunning cave in Vietnam is Phong Nha Cave . It was reliably mapped for the first time only in 1990, by an expedition led by the British Cave Research Association. Further exploration has revealed that Phong Nha Cave alone is nearly 55km long, though only the first kilometre is open to visitors. The name means Cave of Teeth, but the ‘teeth’ (stalagmites) by the entrance are long gone. The cave is an incredible otherworldly landscape to explore – except for the garish lights that illuminate certain formations.