Top 7 must-see natural caves in Vietnam
While Vietnam has developed a reputation for romantic beaches, it is increasingly known for its range of beautiful caves. Let’s take a closer look and explore the majestic beauty of the country’s best caves.
|Situated in the northern province of Ninh Binh, Tam Coc Bich Dong possesses charming scenery and sublime caves. (Photo: Samanthakayty)|
|Tam Coc is a complex that is made up of three caves in total, including Ca Cave, Hai cave, and Ba cave. When traveling to the site, visitors are able to enjoy a number of attractive landscapes along the Ngo Dong river that meanders through the vast paddy fields, while being greeted by friendly local people and majestic limestone mountains. (Photo: thisworldtravel)|
|In 1938 a French journalist dubbed the Dau Go cave in Ha Long bay in the northern province of Quang Ninh as a “Cave of wonders”. The site is separated into three parts, including the entrance which has magnificent beauty similar to an ancient palace and is decorated by colourful stalactites. (Photo: Draper)|
|On the way to the cave in the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park in the central province of Quang Binh can be found the country’s third largest cave, with the area serving as a stop-over on the journey to Son Doong cave.|
|Located in Quang Binh province, Son Doong cave is considered the largest natural cave in the world as officially recognised by the Royal Geographical Society of England. The cave was first discovered in 1991 by a local resident, although it took a further 15 years for scientists to access it. (Photo: Oxaliadventure)|
|It is thought that the giant size of the Son Doong cave could see a 40-storey skyscraper fit inside. (Photo: gengxu)|