Duration: 1 day
Price: US $47/person ( from 2 people)
Highlights: Paradise cave - Phong Nha Cave

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. The cave height can reach to 72m and up to 150m
wide. There are a series of white crystal stalactites (limestone deposits) resembling natural pillars and many other spectacular formations. Visiting this cave includes a buggy ride through the jungle, a 200m sloped hike up to the mouth of the cave and a 1km exploration down into the cave along wooden boardwalks installed to protect the ancient stalagmites and stalactites. All of the magnificient formations are delicately lit up to highlight its grandeur.
Phong Nha cave or the “river cave” is situated along the historic Ho Chi Minh trail and stands as a relic system of the American/Vietnam war. This cave was actively used to aid the route supporting the battleground of South Vietnam. Safe from the routine bombings, it was used as a place to hide secret floating bridges
that would be brought out at night and placed over the river to help trucks get supplies to the south. It once served as a hospital, with weapons installed at the entrance. Today, this area has become the first section of the ever popular Ho Chi Minh Road, as it showcases as lush, mountainous landscape. Visiting this cave includes a 6km dragon boat ride up the turquoise Son river and into the cave where you can marvel at the cave’s magnificient structure. Drift 1km into the cave before exploring 300m on foot.

  • Itinerary:

    07:30 - 08:00 You will be picked up at hotel in Dong Hoi/ or in Phong Nha around 08:35 - 09:00.
    09:00 You will explore the most impressive Paradise cave - the longest dry cave in Asia.
    12:45 Lunch at local restaurant. Vegetarian option available.

    13:30 Visit Phong Nha cave (50 km about the city, 45 minutes driving). After 25 minutes on boat, visitors will arrive Phong Nha cave, take a couple hours to see the cave. This cave is called as water cave, is famous for its rock formation which has been given names such as the "Lion", the "Fairy Caves", the "Royal Court", and the "Buddha".
    16:00 – 17:15 Tour ends and gets visitors back to hotel.

Tour inclusion:

Transportation by minibus;
English speaking tour guide;
Lunch (Vietnamese dishes style);
Entrance tickets;
Dragon boat and buggy;
Drinking water;
Travel insurance.

Tour exclusion: VAT

Children policy:

Under 1m1: 200,000 VND extra charge
From 1m1 - 1.3m: 50% charge
Over 1.3m: full price