Friday, December 05, 2045
Being a country with complex geographic, Vietnam is presented many picturesque sceneries by Mother Nature. On traveling to Vietnam, paying a visit to its magnificent caves is a must-do thing. In this post, we will introduce you top 5 most beautiful caves of this country:
Huong Tich Grotto is a spectacular cave, which belongs to Huong Son District, My Duc district, about 70 kilometers from Ha Noi Capital to the Southwest. The Grotto was discovered for a long time ago, however, until Le Dynasty, in the 15th century that Huong Tich Grotto is used to express the honor of the residents to the Buddha.
Inside the grotto is a pagoda with rocky gate, which is built in 1914. Besides lively works of nature, Dong Pagoda also possesses valuable ancient sculpture.
In 1770, Trinh Sam Lord used to pay a visit to Huong Tich Grotto and called it is “Nam Thien De Nhat Dong”, which means the most wonderful cave of the Southern Sky.
Phong Nha Cave is a typical one for the artistic value and uniqueness of Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park. According to the exploring group from the British Cave Research Association, there are seven No.1 at Phong Nha Cave:
• the longest wet cave
• the cave with the highest and widest entrance
• the cave with the most beautiful sandbank and shoal
• the cave with the most beautiful underground lake
• the cave with the most spectacular and magnificent stalactite
• the cave with the longest underground river and the largest and the most beautiful dry cave.
Son Doong , which is located in Bo Trach District, Quang Binh Province, is the largest cave in the world. The cave belongs to Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park. Son Doong is 150 meters in width, 200 meters in height and over 5 kilometers in length.
With those measurements, it has become the largest natural cave around the world. Inside Son Doong, researchers have found a underground river, of which length is 2,5 kilometers, and stalactites, of which height is more than 70 meters.
Located in Dau Go Island of Ha Long Bay, Dau Go Cave is known as one of the most beautiful caves in Vietnam. The total width of this cave is about 5000 m2 and it is divided into three main parts.
The cave’s entrance is 17 meters in width and 12 meters in height. Inside the cave are a wonderful ecosystem with a great number of plants, especially, bryophyte, fern and other kinds of trees.
Thanks to the cover of bryophyte and the liveliness of stalactites, Dau Go Cave is also called “The cave of wonders”.
Tam Coc – Bich Dong is also known as the “Ha Long Bay on land” or “The 2nd most wonderful cave of the Southern Sky”. This is a unique wet cave system of Ninh Binh Province.
Some of the most famous caves of Tam Coc – Bich Dong is Ca Cave, which is a spacious and magnificent cave, or Hai Cave with long lines of stalactite looking like floating clouds, or a crocodile.