Km 16 Đường Hồ Chí Minh, Nhánh Tây, Bố Trạch, Quảng Bình, Vietnam
Beautiful cave. Some parts look more like painting arts to me. It is huge- far bigger than I thought. I like the feeling of cooling inside the cave- escaping the heat outside. Definitely worth the visit.
A beautiful cave which is well accessible, since almost everything is well developed with wooden planks. You should be there early, because it gets full with visitors quickly. The cave is well lit and there are some nice places. The air is cool, pleasant in the heat outside.
Amazing cave with overwhelming stalactites. The climate inside the cave is contrary to the outside. I was lucky enough to be there in the low season so that I could enjoy the cave to the fullest. It is said that there are thousands of tourists visiting this cave everyday in high season
It was so massive inside. Most caves I have been in have caverns that open up a bit, but this was large most of the 1 km that is open to the public. Lots of cool stalactites and stalagmites. Took over two hours to walk up and through the cave. You do climb a bit on stairs.
Went here in the early afternoon by ourselves. The drive is really easy and takes about 40min from the city centre. Feels much shorter tho as the scenery is simply stunning thus makes the ride less boring. It's another 2km hike up the mountain from the ticket counter. They offer an electric car ride for the first bit for 30k each. We decided to walk and took it the way back. The last bit of the hike can be a bit challenging for older people but there's plenty of benches along the trail in case you need a rest. The cave itself is amazing. I have never seen a bigger cave in my life and knowing that this is actually one of the smaller ones is almost unimaginable. The entrance is 250k per person but definitely worth it. They have installed wodden steps all the way through the cave so which allows you to focus more on the beauty the cave has to offer rather than making sure you don't slip or stumble while exploring it. Will definitely come back to visit the other caves.