Get closest to the nature in Son Doong Cave – the world’s biggest cave in Quang Binh while admire the marverlous stalagmites or discover unique rainforest inhabitants.
A spectacular network of approximately 150 caves, Son Doong Cave has been recognized as the biggest cave in the world. Hidden in a rugged National Park in Quang Binh province, the majestic cave created 2-5 million years ago was not discovered until 2009. Reaching up to 200m tall and 150m wide, the “Mountain River cave” is large enough to house an entire New York City block, even the 40 story skyscrapers. This wonder of nature has its own environment of animals, trees, lakes, beaches, and a river, as well as a rare “pearls” shaped by water drops for centuries. Son Doong Cave also has some of the world tallest stalagmites, which are about 70 meters tall. One of the most featured attractions is the Garden of Eden where the collapsed roof has allowed the world’s largest jungle within a cave to form. From here, travellers may set up camp at Beach Camp, which provides stunning panoramas of the enchanted jungle.
In earlier summer 2016, a group of international ambassadors completed a breath-taking exploration of Son Doong in a 4-day trip. Son Doong Cave was classified as World Natural Heritage by UNESCO.