With naturally primitive features, Paradise Cave looks like a landscape painting; making it a natural wonder that many have enjoyed since its opening in 2010.
Paradise Cave is the longest dry cave in Asia (located in Phong Nha – Ke bang National Park’s core zone. With naturally primitive features, Paradise Cave looks like a landscape painting; making it a natural wonder that many have enjoyed since its opening in 2010
Paradise cave was discovered by a local man in 2005. In the same year, the first 5km of this cave was surveyed by explorers from the British Cave Research Association. Afterwards, the entire 31 km was explored then publicly announced by the British cave explorers.
Phong Nha Cave is not only a natural legacy of the world. It also stands as a relic system of the historic Ho Chi Minh trail which, during the US war, served as a secret hiding place for floating bridges that were only brought out at night to avoid targeted bombings
The Phong Nha Cave is the most well-known cave inside the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park and world’s largest wet cave
The two day/one night tour highlights the most stunning caves in the national park. It includes an overnight stay at a homestay that boasts spectacular views of the national park.