Tu Lan Cave – untouched beauty of the nature Travel

Tu Lan Cave – untouched beauty of the nature

Son Doong of central Quang Binh province, crowned the biggest cave on the planet in 2009, continues to grab the headlines. But that doesn’t mean it deserves all the attention. The Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park offers every caving experience imaginable. The Tu Lan cave system, one of Vietnam’s most diverse subterranean kingdoms, has become a newly-emerging destination for backpackers.
The experience of being 7km deep in Paradise cave Destinations

The experience of being 7km deep in Paradise cave

Most visitors who have been to Paradise cave, located in Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, are only allowed to explore just the first 1km into this cave along a wooden staircase and boardwalk under bright lights. Very few, however, know that there is the unique experience of going 7km deeper into the cave for adventurous cavers.
Tu Lan Cave – untouched beauty of the nature Travel

Tu Lan Cave – untouched beauty of the nature

Son Doong of central Quang Binh province, crowned the biggest cave on the planet in 2009, continues to grab the headlines. But that doesn’t mean it deserves all the attention. The Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park offers every caving experience imaginable. The Tu Lan cave system, one of Vietnam’s most diverse subterranean kingdoms, has become a newly-emerging destination for backpackers.
A journey to explore deeper into Thien Duong Cave Destinations

A journey to explore deeper into Thien Duong Cave

Tourists often choose the tour of 7km of Thien Duong (Paradise) Cave in the dry season since in the rainy season, they can travel only 4km into this renowned case as water will swell up to the ceiling for the remaining length.
 COVID-19: Quang Binh suspends reception of tourists Travel

COVID-19: Quang Binh suspends reception of tourists

The People's Commmittee of Quang Binh has decided to temporarily shut historical and cultural relic sites in the central province from March 17 to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), according to Deputy Director of the provincial Department of Tourism Dang Dong Ha.