Paradise cave

Remote Phong Nha Cave, Quang Binh, Viet Nam Published on: 29-02-2016

07:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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5.40 - 10.00 USD

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  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Paradise Cave has become one of the most popular tourist destinations for all people who want to be suprisingly amazed by the marvel of this natural site.

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Why Paradise cave is special ?

Paradise Cave is both naturally stunning and well managed (especially by the lax tourism standards of Vietnam's other World Heritage sites - think Halong Bay). The lighting is subtle, the 1km walking platform is well constructed with good lookout space and the cave is well protected from overexcited tourists And that's all incidental to the incredible beauty of the cave.



Paradise Cave was only discovered in 2005. When the global caving fraternity cast their eyes over it, they knew something special had been found - both in beauty and scale.



The cave is 31kms long and at times reaches up to 100 metres. The 1km path that is open to travellers is filled with exquisite formations.


What to explore at Paradise cave?

After crossing an old forest, visitors see the entrance to the cave shaded by century-old trees and are then dazzled by the mysterious beauty of stalactite pillars, each dozens of metres in diameter, and grandiose rock arches, which are works made by the enchantment and sudden inspiration of the Creator over the past millions of years.

To really explore deep inside Paradise Cave, consider booking Phong Nha Farmstay's 7km Trekking trip (2,650,000d, minimum two people), which penetrates deep into the cave and includes a swim through an underground river and lunch under a light shaft.

There’s a restaurant (meals 35,000d to 70,000d) next to the visitor centre and a cafe sells cold drinks near the cave entrance.

Source: http://www.quangbinhtourism.vn/

How to get to Paradise cave?

If you are not an experienced rider, you shouldn't rent bike to get to this park. The most common way to book for a tour or if you go with groups, you can rent a boat with a driver to get into this cave.

Selling points

  • Incredible cave in South East Asia
  • Leading to Paradise
  • It looks like Paradise.
  • One of the most beautiful caves
  • Big and beautiful cave
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1.0 day
Estimated
148.46 USD
Total travel distance
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Number of places
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Tips for you

  • Don't forget to bring hats, jackets, rain coats and mosquito repellent.
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  • You should bring map and flashlight.
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  • You should wear the comfortable shoes to move easily.
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  • The climb to the entrance is quite steep and a lot of steps
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  • You should go there early to avoid the crowd of tourists.
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  • You should keep eyes on your children to avoid getting lost.
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  • There are many other caves to see in Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park. So remember to look for other caves
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FourSquare View more

The car parking is 1.6 km from the entry of the cave, and tourists will go by golf car or walk on a paved road to the cave mouth. Only 1 km is open to tourists.

TripAdvisor View more

We took the 7km trek, arranged through the Farm Stay. The real adventure starts when you get to the end of the wooden walkway that runs through the brightly (but tastefully) lit section of the caves. Then you open a gate and descend into the darkness beyond, your way lit only by headlamps provided by the guide and his helpers. You now feel less like a tourist gawking at an attraction set up for our enjoyment, and more like an explorer, gawking at dimly lit discoveries at every turn. Our local Vietnamese guide did an absolutely amazing job of making the tour entertaining, educational, fun and safe. This is not for everyone, though. Take the caution seriously that good (actually very good by western standards) physical condition is required.

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