Things to see and do
Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park's Hang Son Doong, the world's largest cave, was discovered -- or perhaps rediscovered -- by local villager Ho Khanh. Ho Khanh was born into poverty, and responsible for his family after his father's death, he would roam deep into the jungle to source aloe wood to ... read more
The cave system of Phong Nha park was discovered by a Frenchman in the late 19th century, with the magnificent Phong Nha cave being the first to be surveyed in 1990 by a team of cavers who recognised its tourism potential. In 1992 the cave was given the title of the worlds longest river cave with a ... read more
Opened in 2005, Phong Nha cave’s smaller sister is a must see and not quite so popular with Vietnamese tour groups. This spectacular cave is located inland, meaning that when Phong Nha’s wet season kicks in this is the best option for a spot of spelunking. Transport drops you off a fair ... read more
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