About Quang Binh

Quang Binh is well-known as the "Kingdom of caves" with Son Doong cave, En cave, Phong Nha cave,... The beaches here still remain primitive: Nhat Le, Da Nhay, Vung Chua. Quang Binh has a peaceful city called Dong Hoi lying on the bank of the Nhat Le River. It also has spiritual attractions such as the grave of General Vo Nguyen Giap, the Hoang Phuc Temple aged more than 700 years.

★ World Natural Heritage Site Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park (2003, 2015)

Best Time To Visit Quang Binh

* January - March: This is the time when natural forests sprout, trees are green.

* April-May: The change of seasons, light sunshine but not severe, rain often rarely appears, is a great time for you to trek

* June-July-August: This is the most beautiful time to swim and take part in exploring attractive cave tours.

(Jan - Mar)

Sunny and warm

Trees wake up and spout

Light drizzle

It's chilly at night

(Apr - Jun)

Sunny clear sky

Cool and pleasant

Gentle waves lapping the shore

Best time for trekking

(Jul - Aug)

Hot and dry

Gentle waves lapping the shore

Crowded with tourists

Sunbathing squid and cool beer

Best time to explore magnificent caves

(Sep - Dec)


Temperature drops sharply at night

Sudden rainstorm hits the land

Flooded cave


If possible, try to experience railway because this type of travel is not only safe and reasonable, but also gives you the opportunity to see the scenery completely throughout the journey.

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Ba Cave Deep Forest Exploration Tour - 6 days
Quang Binh
Hang Ba Tour is a completely new product, drawn from Oxalis's 10 years of experience in adventure tourism combined with conservation along with the consultation, inspection and evaluation of the representative of UNESCO in Vietnam. Nam, representative of IUCN - International Union for Conservation of Nature and representative of the management board of Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park.
Tour Operator: Oxalis
From US$ 2,100.00 /Pax

'Surreal' hanging lake in Thung cave

In early May, Jungle Boss Tours, an adventure travel company that is exclusively operating some cave exploration tours in Quang Binh, announced that it found a mysterious lake located in the sub-branch of Hung cave, in the Thoong valley (hung Thoong) located in Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park. The hanging lake was named Suspended Lake. Le Luu Dung, director of the company, said the expedition team stumbled upon the lake during a regular inspection of the safety system and underground river level inspection in Thung cave this summer. The suspended lake is located about 15 m above the water level of the main tributary, the naked eye looks like it is suspended from the cave wall. This lake is formed quite specially by the system of stalactite walls surrounded by stalactite columns protruding as if floating on the water, bringing a "surreal" beauty. About a week after the discovery of the lake, the expedition team returned and found that the lake level dropped by 2 m. Dung said that the lake level has now recovered but the cause of the receding water has not been determined. Experts suspect that the water in the lake penetrates through the limestone formations and flows into the underground river in Hung cave. As the water level receded, the lake revealed huge blocks of stalactites (pictured) in the shape of a dome. "On June 6, the expedition is expected to take a closer survey of this lake," Dung said. According to Mr. Dung, discovering Suspended Lake in Thung cave "is a blessing in the process of exploiting adventure tourism", and at the same time gives visitors new experiences in the journey to explore caves in Quang Binh. Every year, Quang Binh always has new discoveries about caves as well as the ecosystem inside, further strengthening the position of the "cave kingdom" of Quang Binh. Suspended Lake is considered a "specialty" of Thung cave because this cave has countless giant calcium lakes with different depths. Suspended Lake is one of the calcium lakes created during the formation of the cave, which took place from 3 to 5 million years. The depth of the lake is estimated at 7-8 m. Inside Thung cave, there are also many deep lakes that do not see the bottom with jade green water color when shining a flashlight. Thung Cave is also the place to collect water from the upper Doong region and pour into Hung Thoong stream then flow underground to Tra Ang cave. Thung Cave is considered by cave experts to be special and unique compared to other caves in Quang Binh. In addition to cave formations and cave structures that occur due to the erosion of water through the limestone mountain strata, Thung Cave is a long water cave with many underground rivers flowing underneath. The geological process also created for Thung cave a relatively large sinkhole in the middle of the cave. Hung Thoong expedition tours are allowed by the People's Committee of Quang Binh province to put into operation from the beginning of 2023. The chain of cave systems in Thoong valley includes Round cave, Hung cave, Hung cave, Hung Thoong stream, Ma Da lake. Cave exploration programs are designed with 3 days and 2 nights routes with different difficulties. The tour to explore the caves in hung Thoong is open to guests from 15 years old and above, no more than 20 people per group, is operated every month of the year, except on stormy or flood days. At the request of the Provincial People's Committee, the management and exploitation unit must monitor the weather to ensure safety, arrange a reasonable tour route, not duplicate and bring the best experience. According to VnE

Nature & Adventure 30/05/2024

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