Son Doong Cave, Quang Binh

According to the Huffington Post, Son Doong is regarded as “One of the most attractive destinations for international tourists in the next 20 years”

Discovered in 1991 in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park by a local resident, Son Doong was recognized as the largest natural cave in the world and Vietnam. With a width of 200m and a height of 250m, its depth is at least 8.5km. This data is the result of several shipments made in 2009 by the British Cave Research Association. This cave is worth a seven-day adventure including exploration of underground rivers and caves, camping in nature and discovery of jungles.

Son Doong has joined other 14 world famous sites, including Mount Everest (Nepal), the gorges of the Grand Canyon (USA), an underwater city of Dubai and Koh Kong Island (Cambodia).

This Cave is also ranked the 8th in the list of “52 ideal tourist destinations 2014” prepared by the American newspaper, the New York Times. On the other hand, the travel magazine Business Insider (USA) and the National Geographic magazine, Russian edition, have honored as “One of the 12 most impressive caves in the world”, in addition to the “First World Class Adventure Tour 2014”

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