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.
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!
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.
The largest cave on Earth. Countless Immersive views and formations inside the cave. Rising your soul to the unique ecosystem. This is Son Doong Cave. Go and find yourself discovering nature here.
The Quang Binh Cave Festival is scheduled to take place from July 20 to August 20, offering great opportunities for visitors to discover mysteries of the spectacular cave system in the central coastal province.
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.
The world’s biggest cave, Son Doong, in the jungle-filled Quang Binh province of central Vietnam, appears to be even bigger than previously thought, according to the US Cable News Network (CNN) Travel.
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.
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.