Paradise cave is a natural wonder belonging to Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park. Located in Son Trach Commune, Bo Trach district, Quang Binh Province, this cave is recognized by Unesco as a World’s Natural Heritage in 2003. Tourists travelling to Paradise Cave will be satisfied with its spectacular ecosystems and never-before-seen scenery.
Paradise Cave is newly discovered in Vietnam and considered as the largest cave systems in the world, making it a must-visit destination of a lifetime. This cave has a total length of 31.4 km, marked as the longest cave in Asia. According to the British Cave Research Association, the cave is more massive and charming than Phong Nha cave, which previously held record as one of the most beautiful caves in the world.
Despite the small entry hidden deep inside the cliffs and forest canopy, the cave is divided into many large areas; some may reach to 100m in height and 150m in width. Located at an altitude of 360m above sea level, Paradise Cave has a temperature difference of 9 - 10 degrees Celsius from the outside, giving you a pleasant journey.
Stunning Paradise Cave
Paradise Cave has put into operation two main tours including 1km sightseeing on the wooden staircase system and a 7km discovering experience. Visitors will get to explore the adventurous journey to see the mysterious beauty of stalactites, stalagmites living and maturing in the cave, sailing through underground streams of 60 - 100m long, wading through cool springs to get to Gieng Troi - a natural wonder welcoming you with wonderful sun rays. If you are a nature lover, the cave is destined for you to explore with its variety of flora and fauna.
Majestic natural formations in Paradise Cave
The most favorable time for tourism is from April to August. The weather in this dry season is quite stable and pleasant with low rainfall, convenient for conquering the cave. Exploring the cave includes jogging and hiking, thus sportive wear is highly recommended. Tour service is always available upon request.