Phong Nha – Ke Bang A must see destination in Vietnam
Phong Nha-Ke Bang covers over 200,000 hectares of beautiful limestone formations, grottoes and caves with lush forestland covering 95 percent of the park’s area.
Phong Nha Cave is 13,000 meters long, including 14 grottos which are 10-40 meters in height each and sparkle with many mysterious stalactites and rocks in diverse colors and sizes.
Phong Nha Cave is where you will find the country’s longest underground water cave, the widest and highest cavern entrance, the widest and prettiest sand bank and rock formation, the prettiest underground lake, the most miraculous and magnificent stalactites, the longest underground river and the widest and prettiest cavern and passageway.
In addition to the diversity of the ecosystem, Phong Nha-Ke Bang is home to archeological and historical relics such as ancient hieroglyphic script of the Cham ethnic minority, King Ham Nghi’s base built for the resistance war against French colonialists in the late 19th century, the Xuan Son Ferry Station, the Ho Chi Minh Trail and Road 20 that was used during the U.S. resistance war.