We have 8 places to stay in and around Phong Nha.
Sandwiched between enormous karst and the Son River – the same river you journey up to arrive at Phong Nha Cave – Son Trach is the gateway to Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. This one-street town is growing to support the growing number of tourists arriving each year. A number of decent hostels, new budget accommodation as well as small family-run joints market themselves as homestays, offering a more personal experience.
Staying more than five kilometres outside of town means immersing yourself in the region’s rural beauty of paddies, farms and lakes. For food, you are limited to your accommodation unless you make the commute to town. On the flipside, there’s easy access to some stunning cycle routes.