Spectacular natural shapes in UNESCO-recognized geopark
In April 2018, Non Nuoc Cao Bang Geopark in Cao Bang Province was recognized as part of the UNESCO Global Network of National Geoparks.
The park is home to million-year-old limestone mountains. Gradual subsidence has made giant holes which are now habitats for tropical vegetation.
Meanwhile, some other arc-like mountains may give visitors the impression of a gate of heaven.
Travelers are sometimes enchanted by a giant lonesome limestone mass in unique shape in the rice field.
Last but not least, mysterious caves in such limestone mountains always arouse curiosity from adventurers.
The beautiful sky viewed from Ngu Lao Hole - PHOTOS: THU HUONG
Mountains are half hidden in white clouds in Cao Bang’s Hoa An Commune
A “gate of heaven” in Dam Thuy Commune
An explorer poses for a photo in a cave in Ngu Lao limestone mountainous area
Stalactites and stalagmites in a big cave in Van Trinh Commune
Plants at the entrance of another cave in Van Trinh
A lonesome giant limestone mass
Source: Saigon Times