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What to do in Phong Nha

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What to do in Phong Nha

The Cave Kingdom

Phong Nha-Ke Bang

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Abandoned Valley

Thung lũng Sinh Tồn
The Abandoned Valley and Hang E cave trek 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 experiencing 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 unspoiled caves, and experiencing a different side of Vietnam.
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Dark Cave

Hang Tối
The Dark cave is an adventurous and action-packed experience. Visiting this cave includes harnessed zip lining over a turquoise river, swimming into the mouth of the cave (lifejackets included), walking through the dark with only the head torch on your mining helmet to illuminate the way, having a mud fight in the buoyant mud baths deep in the cave, washing clean with a swim in the lake inside the cave, then kayaking back across the river to test your strength on the hanging obstacle course and open ziplines. The Dark cave is named as such because it is one of the few caves that has had no artificial lighting installed. The cave is comprised of mostly basalt, in addition to limestone. Basalt is a black, hard rock; also contributing to the cave’s name.
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Phong Nha Cave

Động Phong Nha
Phong Nha cave or the ‘river cave’ is situated along the historic Ho Chi Minh trail and stands as a relic system of the American/Vietnam war. This cave was actively used to aid the route supporting the battleground of South Vietnam. Safe from the routine bombings, it was used as a place to hide secret floating bridges that would be brought out at night and placed over the river to help trucks get supplies to the south. It once served as a hospital, with weapons installed at the entrance. Today, this area has become the first section of the ever popular Ho Chi Minh road, as it showcases a lush mountainous landscape. After a 6km boat ride up the turquoise Chay river, the inside of the cave is accessed by the dragonboat where you can marvel at the formations as you drift 1km into the cave before exploring 300m on foot.
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Botanical Garden

Vườn Thực Vật
Do not be fooled by the name of the Botanical Garden; it is not anything like what one would expect. This area of over 40 ha and 500 native plant species provides you with a lengthy hike through the jungle landscape boasting extraordinary views of the mountainous region from the top of a waterfall. The 3 km hike brings you to Gio waterfall and Vang Anh lake. Based on the route you chose, you can scale up the side of the waterfall. If you bring your swim trunks, you can take a dip in the cool blue swimming hole. To get an in-depth experience of the Phong Nha jungle, immerse yourself into the Botanical Gardens.
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Mooc Spring

Suối Nước Moọc
Take some time away from the caves to experience the crystal clear, turquoise spring. Walk across bamboo bridges to take you deeper into the natural surroundings. Kayak on the river, cool off with a dip in the spring, lounge by the spring and order drinks and traditional dishes. Mooc spring will take you away from the concrete structures in town and will allow you to immerse yourself in the pristine natural scenery of the Phong Nha national park.
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Son Doong Cave

Hang Sơn Đoòng
Soon Dong cave is remarkably the biggest cave in the world; with its largest section able to engulf a Boeing B747. This award winning cave has been featured in national geographic and for a reason. Its magnificence descends this word. This 5 day, 4 night trek challenges the explorer with 90km climbs, trekking through the entire ecosystems that this cave houses. Maneuver your way through kilometers of enormous stalagmites and stalactites both hanging from the ceiling and erupting from the cave floor, ancient limestone formed over millions of years.
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