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Dong Hoi is a small fishing town. It offers a very pretty fishing port and a golden sandy beach. But most interesting is to discover its National Park Phong Nha-Ke Bang World Heritage listed by UNESCO. It stretches over 20 000 ha, is the largest nature reserve in Vietnam. Its uniqueness comes from its stunning karst formation. It is among the oldest limestone landscape of Asia but is also one of the largest in the world.

 

This park contains, in its rainforest, fauna and flora of exception but most stunning is underground. Indeed, thanks to its exceptional and complex terrain park is home to dozens of caves, archaeological sites and historic remains. Moreover, the park takes its name from Phong Nha cave, the largest and most beautiful of all! It contains many spectacular rock formations. The Phong Nha cave, which can be translated as "Cave of Teeth of the Wind" because of its stalagmites, is particularly known for its miles of galleries.

 

Caves were previously used as Hindu shrine and as secret base to army soldiers North Vietnam during the war. The visit of the caves and caverns are by boat.  You will appreciate this mystical landscape as evidence of Earth's history.

 

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Cruising on the river at Phong Nha

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Phong Nha cave

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A corner of the creation of the nature

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The site of Vinh Moc tunnel in the war against the Americans

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A fisherman in Phong Nha