Located in the heart of the UNESCO-listed Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in Vietnam's Quang Binh province, Hang Son Doong is one of the most captivating destinations that can be experienced in Southeast Asia.
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!
Vast rock formations the size of multi-storey buildings loom above Ho Minh Phuc, as he picks a path through the gloom inside the world's largest cave.
After our first expedition to Vietnam, our team had explored a number of caves in many provinces. On our second expedition, I chose to return only to Quang Binh for the whole expedition. This proved to be a very good decision because we discovered some of the world’s finest caves and especially river caves.
The world’s largest cave, Hang Son Doong has suddenly become a lot larger thanks to the remarkable discovery of an underwater tunnel connecting it to another cave.
It’s a four-day hike through leech-filled jungle to reach Vietnam’s Hang En and Hang Son Doong caves.
A team of British divers have dived the terminal sump of Hang Son Doong with support from Oxalis recently. In extremely challenging conditions, the sump was dived to a depth of -77m making it the deepest cave dive in Vietnam.
About the diving expedition in Son Doong Cave to explore and learn about the connection between Son Doong Cave – the world’s largest cave and Hang Thung, a huge cave that found in 1994.
A new underground tunnel has been discovered in the world’s largest cave Son Doong in Quang Binh Province, attendees heard at a press briefing in Hanoi on the latest diving expedition inside the cave.