Planning a trip to Vietnam to explore the beautiful limestone mountains, stunning islands, and caves? Then don’t drop out Phong Nha Caves from your Vietnam itinerary. The stunning 400 million-year-old the Phong Nha Ke Bang caves are the part of a greater national park network that has been deemed a UNESCO World Heritage site. In fact, one can even spend a night inside the cave but that is normally booked up a year in advance. The Phong Nha Cave complex houses many caves, some of which visitors can explore on their own, while for others one requires a guided tour.
The main caves in the complex which attract tourists are Phong Nha Cave, Paradise Cave, and Dark Cave and one must explore each and every cave when in Phong Nha. Another cave where a tourist needs to hike and is allowed to sleep in for 1 to 4 days tour is one of the ten largest caves in the world- Hang En Cave. Tu Lan cave system attracts tourists for its alluring river system where one can swim through the caves and camp near the mesmerising underground waterfall. Phong Nha is the best place to visit on a backpacking adventure trip. Step in and explore altogether a new world hidden by the mysterious caves on a magical island.
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