Paradise Cave opened its gates for the public in 2018 and since then it has become one of the most loved tourist destinations in Vietnam. With the scenic stalagmites and stalactites, the 31-kilometer long cave is the longest dry cave in Asia. When in Vietnam, the travelers shouldn’t miss this nature’s beauty. The cave was discovered by the man out foraging for bamboo in 2005 after he heard the sound of howling wind coming from within a mountain. Once inside the cave travelers will experience the jaw-dropping beauty of nature and will have the once in a lifetime experience.
The amazing cave formation makes it the best sightseeing destination in Vietnam and the cave sticks to its name and is indeed a Paradise. One must visit the caves early in the morning to avoid the tourist troops that come by the afternoon. All the adventure lovers can go deeper and further into the caves by taking with Phong Nha Discovery 7km Paradise Cave Underground Trek. Tourists will be provided with the head torches and guide who will take visitors to the narrow passages of the breathtaking Paradise Cave. The highlight of the paradise cave includes lunch in the cave, a beautiful “skylight” where sunbeams can shine through and swim. One cannot be smitten by the breathtaking beauty of the Paradise Cave.
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