Detailed map for 404 caves of Phong Nha cave system created
The wild beauty of one of the largest caves in the world
It is difficult to describe the feeling of standing at the height of the roof of a nearly 30-storey building, then dropping down in the middle of nowhere and surrounded by immense forests, majestic and wild caves.
Located deep in the primeval forest system and rolling limestone mountains of Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park (Quang Binh), the Tiger cave system is one of the largest caves in the world (Photo: Jungle Boss).
Explore the Tiger cave sinkhole in Phong Nha – Ke Bang.
Visitors coming here will be overwhelmed by the magnificence of nature and can see the starry sky and the Milky Way in a one-of-a-kind landscape (Photo: Jungle Boss).
The chain of three caves, Pygmy, Over, and Tiger caves is created by the geological movements of the area. In the past, they were one long cave through. However, along with the tectonic movements of nature, some areas of the cave have collapsed, creating huge sinkholes with special primeval forests inside the cave (Photo: Jungle Boss).
In particular, Kong’s “Death Sinkhole” inside Tiger Cave has a depth of nearly half a kilometer, which is one of the deepest sinkholes on the planet. This place contains many “mysteries” of nature that were only discovered in early 2020. Through swinging, swimming in the underground river, visitors can explore the natural scenery by themselves. different (Photo: Jungle Boss).
Besides, Pygmy Cave and Over cave also bring many interesting adventure experiences. Pygmy is the fourth largest cave in the world with the trekking route coming here is extremely unspoiled with the sounds of nature. Extending with Pygmy is Over cave with a unique system of stalactites of all shapes and sizes. There are places where the cave is up to 125 m wide and 80 m high (Photo: Jungle Boss).
The system with three caves offers adventure options unique to Vietnam. From easy to challenging, tourists, when experiencing gentle journeys at first, are immediately eager for the new plan of “eating the forest, lying in a cave”. The beauty of nature and the refreshment from their own experiences have stimulated more and more Vietnamese people to come to the land that not everyone can come to (Photo: Jungle Boss).
In particular, integrating swing activities in adventure trips, visitors can hang themselves on the cliff with a height of 100 m, equivalent to the height of a building of nearly 30 floors. This can be a measure of your own limit, breaking new conquest milestones in the future (Photo: Jungle Boss).
The adventurous exploration program at the top of the Kong sinkhole will be extremely interesting, where you can measure your limits. The journey is only for those who are really passionate about discovery and want to conquer extreme challenges to get the experience of a lifetime (Photo: Jungle Boss).
There is not only a primeval forest but also a beautiful stalactite system inside the cave (Photo: Jungle Boss).
It’s hard to describe the feeling that you are standing at the height of the roof of a nearly 30-story building, then dropping down in the middle of nowhere and surrounded by immense forests, majestic and wild caves. It’s an experience that can’t be found anywhere else in the world (Image: Jungle Boss).
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