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Tham Phu Kham Cave and Blue Lagoon

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Tham Phu Kham Cave and Blue Lagoon

1,558 Reviews
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Ashley C wrote a review Mar 2020
Ontario, Canada129 contributions42 helpful votes
One needs to arrange transport to get to this cave. There is an entrance fee and they also have a small fee for a flashlight. The cave is large. However, not as large as the caves in Central Vietnam. One needs to hike up many steps before reaching the entrance to the cave. Might not be convenient for elderly folks.It has a decent amount of lighting. However, one needs to be careful while exploring different areas of the cave as there are steep climbs and dangerous slopes. The lagoon was clean and looked very inviting for those who wanted to have some fun jumping into the cool and clear refreshing water.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Vikki G wrote a review Mar 2020
Peterborough, Canada97 contributions5 helpful votes
The cave is a nice hike and it’s cool. Pay the 10,000 kip and use their flash flight it makes a huge difference. There are spray planted arrows to follow which makes it easier but once you hit the end the rocks are a bit slippery on the way back. The lagoon is nice, but very busy. The restaurants around it are expensive. The better priced out of the two is on the far side by the cave entrance.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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marina1124 wrote a review Mar 2020
Perth, Australia164 contributions12 helpful votes
Well we heard this was a tourist trap however due to corona virus the day we visited we were the only two in the blue lagoon and the cave. We hired a buggy and drove our selves there, you pay a small fee to enter and a small fee for head torch! The climb up to the cave is quite steep, the cave itself is huge and you can explore without a guide. The lagoon was beautiful especially as we had it all to ourself
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Peter DTH wrote a review Feb 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands5 contributions
It was a very good place for relaxing, I love jumping and swim to the blue water, highly recommend, however the food and parking fee is high cost.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Yen Retro wrote a review Feb 2020
Buon Ma Thuot, Vietnam42 contributions2 helpful votes
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Nice place for your activities. After chilling in the blue lagoon you can climb up to the cave. The weather inside case very breezy and fresh. You should bring a flashlight to explore the deeper side parts of the cave
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Date of experience: February 2020
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