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Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park

The Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is the one-stop paradise for cave explorers. According to geologists, this natural park was formed at least 400 million years ago. Hence it boasts of intricate detailing and complete life forms inside it. There are hundreds of cave systems with ecologies of their own that include underground rivers as well. The entire region of Son Trach has become extremely tourist-friendly now with modern accommodations such as restaurants, an ATM, and transport facilities connecting with major cities. Besides the caves, the area’s forest trekking, mountain biking, and war history are also worth attention.

Where is it: Quảng Bình Province, Vietnam

Why visit: The intricate underground cave system is one of a kind

How to reach: You can take a flight till Dong Hoi from most major cities in Vietnam. From Dong Hoi, it’s a 45-minute taxi ride to the national park.

Became a heritage site in: 2003