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Son Trach Ward, Bo Trach District, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park 510000 Vietnam
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Paradise Cave & Dark Cave Full Day Trip
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Paradise Cave & Dark Cave Full Day Trip

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Paradise Cave is one of the most famous cave in Viet Nam. It has 31.4km length, with many beautiful stalacties and stalacmites. British Caving Association has been evalucated as the most beautiful and longest dry cave in Asia. It has been creating continuously by the nature over 350 million years. It was ranked at international level in terms of science and high aesthetics. It is waiting you to discover and enjoy.
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Edwincrb wrote a review Aug 2020
Hanoi, Vietnam29 contributions12 helpful votes
As you walk down the steps from the heat into the cool, it is not the cool air that takes your breath away, but the sculptures that seem too fantastic to have been simply the work of Mother Nature!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Chi P wrote a review Jun 2020
95 contributions4 helpful votes
Just one km into this 31km cave brings a sense of awe that is only paralleled by some of the greatest sights on Earth. The visit is made easy with wooden stairs and platforms - one can only imagine the adventure that must have been for those who first discovered it!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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RG02 wrote a review Mar 2020
Swindon, United Kingdom224 contributions26 helpful votes
I went to Paradise Cave as part of my National Park tour with Jungle Boss. This was our first place to visit on our tour, our guide Lily sorted out the entry tickets and made sure everyone was comfortable before we took the buggy to the foot of the stairs. Yes, there are a lot of stairs to climb up to the entrance, but if you can make the effort you will be rewarded with the spectacular scenes inside the cave. There are lots more stairs to get down into the cave but take your time to enjoy the magnificent formations all around you. The pathway takes you about 1km into the cave where you will get to see a great variety of different stalagmites and stalactites, if you let your imagination go, it’s possible to see all sorts of objects, animals and figures. I’ve been fortunate enough to visit caves in many parts of the world and this one is special. Absolutely great!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Toralin wrote a review Mar 2020
Keele, United Kingdom146 contributions11 helpful votes
I recently visited these caves when motorcycling the Ho Chi Minh Trail. I was amazed at the size and the spectacular rock formations. The boat ride to the caves is very pleasant, then the boat is rowed well into the caves. What naturally beautiful environment!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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AnnapurnaHoov wrote a review Mar 2020
Seattle, Washington59 contributions7 helpful votes
The 543 steps put to the entrance to the cave was well worth it as I descended into the well lite cave and won the wooden stairs to the floor of the cave. There I found some beautiful stalagmites and some stalactites.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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