Son Doong Cave
Son Doong cave is getting its international fame thanks to a recent recognition of ABC Channel of America. Son Doong cave is one of the most captivating destinations that can be experienced in Southeast Asia.
The eco-system inside Son Doong cave is as unique as it is large, and it even has its own localized weather system. Rare limestone cave pearls are scattered in dried pools, and the largest stalagmite ever found stands 80 meters (262 feet) tall.
Visitors were surprised with spectacular scenery of numerous stalactites of which some giant stalagmites are more than 70m high. Deep inside the cave exists a grandiose tropical jungle called “Garden of Eden” by the explorers. The jungle is home to a diversified system of fauna and flora. Besides, the cave possesses a 2.5km subterranean river with layers of shells agglomerated in the river bed.
Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park
Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park has been recognized as the World National Heritage since 2013 and famous for many astounding caves.
Covered mostly with tropical rainforest, Phong Nha - Ke Bang Park is one of the most important eco-regions of the Indo-Pacific. It also offers many significant geomorphic features including underground rivers, dendritic caves, dry caves, suspended caves and terraced caves. Many endangered animal species still roam the area including black bears, tigers and elephants. Composed of 300 caves and grottos, Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park offers countless activities, amongst them visiting caves and grottos by boat as well as mountain climbing and forest trekking.
Thien Duong Cave (Paradise cave)
Paradise Cave dubbed as “underground palace”. It is one of the wonders of the magnificent and magical world most. Cave is located deeply in the World Natural Heritage National Park Phong Nha - Ke Bang, terrain catto neck, dating formed today about 350 to 400 million years.
Paradise Cave is newly discovered in VietNam, which was considered the largest complex of caves in the world. Here, there are several high and wide arches with numberless strange shapes. Deep in the cave, stalactites are much unique than elsewhere, even in Phong Nha or Tien Son caves. The big, round beautiful stalactites adjoining one another sparkle like stars in the dark sky.
Phong Nha Cave
The term “Phong Nha Cave” is taken after the national park in which it is located. It was blessed with a breathtaking beauty which may surprise you from the start. The massive ceiling with a variety of stunning topographical features and the blue water river flowing inside will create unforgettable memories for travelers.
Cave systems run for hundreds of miles through and beneath the limestone giants overhead. Some are more expensive and difficult to reach, others are cheaper and easier to find. Phong Nha Cave is perhaps the easiest to access and one of the most stunning.
Da Nhay Beach (Jumping Rocks)
Along with Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park, Da Nhay beach is 40km towards the North of Dong Hoi city and one of the most important sites in Quang Binh. Da Nhay in Vietnamese is translated literally as “jumping rocks”, which implies to the topographical feature here with a large number of rocks reaching the sky.
It is an attracted tourism point, a clean and beautiful beach as well as there are much beauty spots with many interesting caves. Tourists can go sailing, hiking, hunting, walking in the poplar forest or bathing in a clean and peaceful beach, at the same time. Da Nhay is not only the ideal tourist resort as beautiful beaches on the mountain, the romantic clouds but also have more the underground corals which is the habitat of many kinds of seafood such as shrimp, fish, crab, squid, snails and so on.