Phong Nha Grotto – The Most Prominent Of The National Park – Phong Nha – Ke Bang

Phong Nha is a water grotto, which have about 8km long and the splendid views, which made it become a highlight of the caves system which belong to the national park Phong Nha – Ke Bang.

Phong Nha grotto

A magnificent Phong Nha grotto

1. How to get to Phong Nha grotto

Since Phong Nha is a water grotto you have to follow the Son river by boat in about 30 minutes before you get to the grotto entrance. But on the road, you would definitely be stunned by the magnificent along the Son river. With the majestic mountains, the green holts, you will find it worth the reputation, at least, Phong Nha Ke Bang is one of UNESCO approved wonders.
 A view captured on a boat trip along Son rive
A view captured on a boat trip along Son rive
Son river has 40m wide with the emerald water. The water is so clean that you can see the fishes swimming under the boat. Even that its water is green the color of the vegetation which covered the mountains around but, the river has called Son (an emblem of the red) because of at the rainy season, the rain flow abrades the mountains, brings the rock debris down to the river and make it turn red as the lipstick color (Son).

2. Phong Nha grotto’s beauty

Phong Nha’s gate has trapezium shape with 10m high and about 30cm wide. The atmosphere inside the grotto is getting more comfort and cooler as the deeper as you entered. Hence, it gives you the feeling of lost in a mysterious land, away from the human community.
 Phong Nha’s entrance
Phong Nha’s entrance
Phong Nha’s entrance
 Exploring Phong Nha grotto on a boat
Exploring Phong Nha grotto on a boat
Come to Phong Nha grotto, the tourists will be touched by pristine, eye-catching karsts that can take your imagination away with the tail which told by the experienced tour guides. Especially, Phong Nha grotto embraces many eerie rocks with the shapes of lion, unicorn, Buddha,…everything made a marvelous scene that excited the tourists a lot.
Even that Phong Nha grotto now isn’t a nameless destination to the tourism industry, but it still owns the mysteries that we haven’t find out and be nominated as the most beautiful cave by the Royal Society of England.
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