While waiting for the pandemic to be completely controlled. Please enjoy watching this video in Hang Son Doong - the world's largest cave, the video was captured in January 2021 and this is the first time Son Doong was filmed using FPV drones.
The Son Doong Expedition is where your adventure travel goals turn into reality. This is a one of a kind journey that will show you the unimaginable beauty of Mother Nature! This bucket list adventure is considered to be one of the most life-changing experiences in the world.
Questions & Answers of Son Doong Expedition, hosted by Oxalis Adventure with Mr. Howard Limbert, Technical Advisor of Oxalis Adventure, member of British Cave Research Association.
The professional divers from British Cave Research Association supported by Oxalis Adventure have just come back from their diving expedition in the underground river inside Son Doong - the world's largest cave. What they have found is shocking!
Son Doong Cave topped the bucket list of adventurers & travellers all over the world since its discovery. The video is one of the magnificent footage of Son Doong Cave - THE WORLD LARGEST CAVE, that hasn’t been seen before.
The Phong Nha- Ke Bang National Park in Vietnam is also known as the cave kingdom of the world! This explorer’s paradise has some of the biggest and most beautiful caves ever seen. Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is home to the largest cave in the world – Son Doong cave, the third largest cave in the world - Hang En cave, the cave made up of some of the rarest formations ever seen – Hang Va cave, the gorgeous Paradise Cave and many more!
Among the top must-have camping experiences in the world, pitching a tent under the stars amid some of the most breathtaking sceneries is the wild and free camping experience that any nature lovers & explorers have ever dreamed of. Even if you have ever camped on dreamy beaches of the Caribbean islands or on snow-capped peaks of the Alps, the feeling of sleeping in the heart of tropical jungles right next to a million-year-old cave is like no other!
The Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park in the central region of Vietnam holds some of the most beautiful natural assets in all of Asia and even the world. Mountains, rivers, caves, jungles, valleys, you name it! When you travel to Phong Nha, you’ll surely find a wide array of activities to choose from, places to see, things to try, traditions to learn and much more!
If you’re a passionate traveller and wish to experience the hidden beautiful places of the world, you must visit the Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park in the central region of Vietnam.
If you’re planning to participate in any cave tours around the world, Vietnam deserves to be on top of your list. The UNESCO World Heritage Site, Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, in the central region of Vietnam is actually home to some of the world’s biggest, most astounding and rarest caves and cave systems ever seen and explored by humankind on Earth.
Son Doong Cave is located in the heart of the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park in Quang Binh province of Central Vietnam. Only recently explored in 2009-2010 by the British Cave Research Association, Son Doong Cave has only been open to the public since 2013. All research and tourist expeditions have thus far have been organized and led by local adventure tour company Oxalis, in partnership with British Cave Research Association and with the permission of the government of Vietnam.
The 2020 caving expedition to Quang Binh was a great success despite a number of difficulties. In total over 10.5km of new cave passage was explored and surveyed and 12 new caves were found.
Only a thousand people have passed through this cave since its discovery. We were lucky enough to be among them.
Explore the 2.5-mile Hang Son Doong, or “mountain river cave,” along the Vietnam-Laos border via this animated 3-D flyby.
Vietnam is putting caves on the map — literally. This year alone, 57 have been discovered in the UNESCO-listed Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park
Son Doong Cave—the largest in the world—wasn't discovered until 2009. Now, National Geographic grantee and photojournalist Martin Edström, takes us deep inside Son Doong as he tries to capture its overwhelming size and beauty in 360 degrees.
This incredible Son Doong Cave Expedition will give you a wonderful chance to explore the world’s largest cave and exit via the Great Wall of Vietnam. This is the only tour available of Son Doong Cave by the official tour operator Oxalis Adventure Tours.
The majestic cave known as Hang Tien, or “Fairy Cave”, has previously only been viewable on the Tu Lan Expedition. It is now showcased as the star of our 1 day tour.
The area of Tu Lan lies 70 km away from Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, next to the minority village of Tan Hoa, just past the fields of grazing buffalo and rapidly growing peanut and cornfields
Come and explore Hang En, located within the Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, and spend the night underground in its massive chamber below thousands of darting swifts.
Hang Va is one of the most treasured caves in all of Phong Nha National Park, home to some of the rarest formations seen anywhere in the world. Hang Va is located deep in the park quite close to the world-famous Son Doong Cave, and it is thought to be part of the same system.