Hang Tra Ang & Paradise Cave tour is a taste of the wonders of the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park and is almost suitable for everyone. Marvel at the spectacular formations in the Paradise cave as you stroll down the boardwalk. Learn about the war history and culture at the 8 ladies cave and war martyrs memorial temple.
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Paradise cave and Dark cave tour will be the unforgettable memory for your traveling. Paradise Cave: 70 km northwest of Dong Hoi city. It’s a dry cave and is called “underground palace”. Exploring Paradise cave – the longest dry cave in Asia. It is one of the most magnificent and magical wonders in the world. Dark Cave: Game aerial Zipline in Dark cave is a type of adventure tourism was first put into operation in Chay river – World Heritage caves of Phong Nha – Ke Bang. A relatively new type of investment of more than 7 billion fast against attract domestic and foreign tourists because of the unique.
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Get an exclusive tour of Paradise Cave - the longest dry cave in Asia, and Dark cave - the adventure cave. Immerse yourself into the heart of the Phong Nha – Ke bang National Park’s core zone. Travel by golf cart through the jungle, climb to see the spectacular views of the mountainous region, admire the magnificent crystal stalactites, zip line over a turquoise river, swimming, kayaking, challenge yourself on adventure courses, sink into the mud bath, explore the cave in the dark and much more!
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Get an exclusive tour of Phong Nha cave - the underwater river cave and Dark Cave - the adventure cave. Immerse yourself into the heart of the Phong Nha – Ke bang National Park’s core zone. Zip line over a turquoise river, swimming, kayaking, challenge yourself on adventure courses, sink into the mud bath, explore the cave in the dark, admire the magnificent crystal stalactites and venture into the cave via traditional dragon boat!
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The Abandoned Valley and Hang E cave treking tour provides a specialized product designed for visitors who enjoy engulfing themselves entirely in nature. This tour highlights 12km of the Ho Chi Minh trail, through the Abandoned Valley, exploring the national park tropical forest, swimming, and learning about the history of the Vietnam-American war as you trek along the diverse paths. Explore the other exit of the now famous Dark Cave, and explore primitive Hang E (also called the Water Palace) where you can swim in the sapphire blue natural spring. Hang E is one of the most pristine river caves in the Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park as it is situated in a completely unspoiled environment. This tour is allows you to support the growth of the local community whilst immersing yourself in the heart of the national park’s ancient jungle ecosystem, exploring two unspoilt caves, and experiencing a different side of Vietnam.
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This tour combines all of Phong Nha Ke Bang's most popular caves into one, action packed, multi-day tour experience. Stay at a rustic homestay surrounded by rice fields and limestone mountains to rest up for two days of caving and trekking. On this tour you visit three caves: dark cave where you can zipline, sink into the cave's muddy bath, kayak, swim and more! Phong Nha cave - the river cave- will be explored by dragon boat. Paradise cave - the longest dry cave in Asia - boasts fantastic views after a climb to the mouth of the cave where its height can reach to 72 m and up to 150 m wide.
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Get an exclusive tour of Paradise Cave - the longest dry cave in Asia, and Phong Nha cave - the underwater river cave. Immerse yourself into the heart of the Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park’s core zone. Travel by golf cart through the jungle, climb to see the spectacular views of the mountainous region, admire the magnificent crystal stalactites and venture into the cave via traditional dragon boat!
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Dark cave is amazing and the true experience, kayaking over the river to get there, walking through the dark with only the head touch on your mining helmet, having a mud fight in the mud baths deep in the cave and then washing clean with a swim in the lake inside the cave.Activities: Muddy bath, zip lining, swimming, kayaking, soft caving and jungle walkingMaybe its the unfathomable amount of time, maybe it’s the natural process of erosion and the complete absence of human intervention. Maybe it’s that caves are only starting to be discovered on a planet where humans have existed for thousands of years. Walking through, or swimming through, all of the caves in Phong Nha - Ke Bang national park is definitely highlight of Vietnam.
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The cave is called the dark cave because it is made of mostly basalt in addition to limestone. The basalt is a black hard rock, giving it its dark name. Basalt and limestone surrounding you, you squished through the passage using only your headlamps.Activities: Muddy bath, zip lining, swimming, kayaking, soft caving and walking.By the time we got through the passage, you are covered in mud and ready for another swim. This time you can go further into the cave, where the width was probably 100m and the depth is deeper than anyone could touch. As you swim, you have to duck under huge stalagmites and balance between limestone columns to get to the next big opening. One the way back, everyone turn out his or her lights during the long swim stretch and you can swim in darkness. It is surreal. Probably the coolest things you have not done
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