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    4 DAY VIETNAM CAVE TREK: A full length documentary of our experience on a 4 Day Cave Trek. This adventure takes place in Phong Nha Vietnam with Oxalis adventures.

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  • Worlds Biggest Cave Discovered in Vietnam - Full Documentary


    Breathtaking pictures show the world's largest cave in Vietnam which has its own climate and CLOUDS. The spectacular Han Son Doong cave in Vietnam is so gigantic it could fit a 40-storey skyscraper within its walls.Tours are limited to 450 visitors each year in a bid to create a sustainable future for its vast caverns and plant-life
    With the eerie green glow inside the mystical, echoing cavern, Vietnam's Han Son Doong cave looks like it could be on the edge of the world. The huge cave - large enough to fit a 40-storey skyscraper - is so massive that it has its own climate, and clouds even form inside it.
    At more than 200m high, 150m wide and 5km long, the Hang Son Doong cave in Vietnam is so big it has its own river, jungle and climate. Australian photographer John Spies, 59, spent a week photographing the natural wonder of the cave system. With ceilings towering over 200 metres high in places, the cave is a humbling and belittling experience, said John, who has lived in Thailand since 1977 and runs the Cave Lodge guesthouse

    It's not a trip for the faint-hearted - it takes a half day trek through a stunning jungle peppered with butterflies and a journey through knee deep rivers to finally get to the entrance of the colossal cave.
    Adventurous explorers must also pass through the third largest cave in the world, Hang Ev cave - used as a location for the Peter Pan blockbuster.

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  • Journey Through the Largest Cave in the World | Expedition Raw


    Son Doong Cave—the largest in the world—wasn't discovered until 2009. Now, National Geographic grantee and photojournalist Martin Edström, takes us deep inside Son Doong as he tries to capture its overwhelming size and beauty in 360 degrees.
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    At over 5km long, with sections reaching up to 200m tall and 150m wide, Hang Son Doong is large enough to house an entire New York City block, complete with 40 story skyscrapers. With a total measured volume of 38.5 million cubic metres, this comfortably surpasses Deer Cave in Malaysia, which was considered to be the previous record holder. Stalagmites up to 80m high have also been surveyed, the tallest ever encountered.

    Less people have seen the inside of Hang Son Doong than have stood on the summit of Mount Everest.

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  • Explorer Returns With Chilling Information About Deepest Cave On Earth


    A team of explorers went down in to the deepest cave on planet earth, and you won't believe what strange things they found at these depths.

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    Everything we do in life happens above ground. But, there’s another world entirely beneath the surface - deep below is where the true mystery lies. For centuries, explorers have tried to make it down to the deepest parts of the earth’s core and crack the 2000-metre mark, climbing through dangerous caves and traversing winding, pitch-black tunnels, all in search for the undiscovered. So, what really lurks down there in these caves, scattered across every corner of the globe? And how deep can these brave explorers actually go? It’s time to find out.

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    Photographer Ryan Deboodt explored Hang Son Doong cave in Vietnam using a drone, revealing an entire world in the depths of the earth.
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  • Inverse Everest


    The story of the first photography expedition to the Krubera-Voronya Cave - the deepest known cave on Earth between 2001 and 2017.

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  • Ancient Underground Tunnels 2020 Documentary Subterranean Worlds Span The Entire Earth


    Watch this until the end and you will get a revealing insight into what these tunnels are now being used for. An ancient tunnel system may have spanned the entire Earth, from continent to continent. Seems hard to believe at first but there are many legends and tales of subterranean worlds scattered throughout old texts. There are also fascinating caves and cities that have been discovered under our feet, but no one seems to know who built them or for what purpose. Some people an advanced civilization built them in a time before recorded history. Could they be right?

  • The Lost Forest | Nobel Peace Prize Shorts


    An international team of scientists and explorers, lead by Dr Julian Bayliss, go on an extraordinary mission in Mozambique to reach a forest that no human has set foot in. The team, including some of the world’s foremost climate change experts, aims to collect data from the forest to help in our understanding of how climate change is affecting our planet. But the forest sits atop a mountain, and to reach it, the team must first climb a sheer 100m wall of rock. The scientists’ work is based on research conducted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.
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  • The Truth Behind Why No Diver Dares To Enter This Cave


    Th truth behind why no diver dares to enter this cave. Today, we take a look at the truth why no diver dares to enter this cave.

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  • Extreme Cave Divers : Documentary on Cave Diving and Lost Underwater Worlds


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  • Son Doong Cave - Oxalis Adventure


    This is what a bucket list adventure inside the world’s biggest cave looks like!

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    Son Doong Cave in Vietnam is the world’s biggest cave and is a whole another universe in itself and holds some of the world’s most incredible natural wonders within. Visiting the Son Doong cave is a once in a lifetime experience and surely one of the top must-do journeys in the world!

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    This incredible Son Doong Cave Expedition will give you a wonderful chance to explore the world’s largest cave and exit via the Great Wall of Vietnam. This is the only tour available of Son Doong Cave by the official tour operator Oxalis Adventure Tours.
    This journey to the wild, exploring Son Doong Cave requires more than 25 porters, safety advisors & guides. You will explore the entire length of Son Doong Cave, Hang En Cave, and visit Ban Doong ethnic minority village.
    Imagine trekking straight into the depths of the world’s largest cave which can fit a Boeing 747 flying through the largest passage, on an expedition unlike any other. Son Doong Cave is a masterpiece of nature with otherworldly landscapes, enormous stalagmites and statuesque stalactites – hanging from the ceiling and rising from the ground like an alien species. The real jungle inside the cave will amaze you in every way, while misty clouds envelope the scene. The fossil passage will give you the opportunity to understand the formation of this ancient limestone.


    Climb the Great Wall Of Vietnam
    2 nights camping inside Son Doong Cave (largest cave in the world)
    1 night camping in Hang En Cave (third largest).
    Portable lighting equipment to capture stunning photographs
    25km of Jungle Trekking and 9km of Caving
    Visit Ban Doong Ethnic Minority Village

    An adventure from start to finish, you will use ropes to climb into the entrance, and climb up the Great Wall of Vietnam, a calcite wall totaling 90m in height. You will always be under the guidance of the Oxalis safety team.
    The Expedition is not a race, so you should not expect to rush on this tour. There will be plenty of time for photography and to explore the cave. However, all adventurers are expected to be fit, and have some previous trekking experience (not necessarily climbing or caving experience).

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    Oxalis Adventure Tours provides high quality, cave and jungle adventure tours from 1 to multi days in Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, Vietnam. Whether you prefer long treks, camping in a cave, sleeping under the stars in the tent in the jungle, swimming underground in river caves, or just taking an exploratory day trip, Oxalis Adventure Tours can provide the right amount of adventure just for you. We only use the best brands of safety equipment at an international-standard. We are still the best adventure tour company in Vietnam.

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  • Ancient Aliens: Indias Mysterious Caves | History


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  • Cave Explorers Encounter A Strange Creature That’s Leaving Them Baffled


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    In February 2019, a group of researchers ventured into northeastern Indian caves in an attempt to find previously unknown species of plants and animals. What the team came across was unlike anything they thought they’d find.

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  • Son Doong Expedition - Explore the worlds biggest cave, in Vietnam | Caving underground | Camping


    Son Doong is the world’s biggest cave and has to be a part of your top world travel destinations. Experience one of the world’s best adventures on the inspiring journey of the Son Doong Expedition!


    The Son Doong Expedition is where your adventure travel goals turn into reality. This is a one of a kind journey that will show you the unimaginable beauty of Mother Nature! This bucket list adventure is considered to be one of the most life changing experiences in the world.

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    About this cave & expedition:
    This is the only tour available of Son Doong Cave by the official tour operator Oxalis Adventure Tours. This cave located in Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park, Quang Binh, central of Vietnam. This cave has been featured before on CNN, National Geographic, Huffington Post, BBC, ABC News etc. Imagine trekking straight into the depths of the world’s largest cave which can fit a Boeing 747 flying through the largest passage, on an expedition unlike any other. Son Doong Cave is a masterpiece of nature with otherworldly landscapes, enormous stalagmites and statuesque stalactites – hanging from the ceiling and rising from the ground like an alien species. The real jungle inside the cave will amaze you in every way, while misty clouds envelope the scene. The fossil passage will give you the opportunity to understand the formation of this ancient limestone. The Son Doong Expedition is where adventure travel takes an extraordinary form. This is a one of a kind journey that will show you how powerful mother nature is! This bucket list adventure is considered to be one of the most life changing experiences in the world.
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    Oxalis Adventure Tours provides high quality, cave and jungle adventure tours from 1 to multi days in Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, Vietnam. Whether you prefer long treks, camping in a cave, sleeping under the stars in the tent in the jungle, swimming underground in river caves, or just taking an exploratory day trip, Oxalis Adventure Tours can provide the right amount of adventure just for you. We only use the best brands of safety equipment at an international-standard. We are still the best adventure tour company in Vietnam.
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    Phong Nha National Park 1-Day: Perfect tour for families – 5 KM jungle trekking | 2KM caving, Underground swimming | Kayaking.

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    Hang Tien Discovery – 1 Day: Best one-day trekking tour in Vietnam – 4KM extensive jungle trekking | 500 m cave exploration


    Tu Lan Cave Encounter – 2 Days: Exploring Vietnam’s most popular jungle area & overnight camping – 500 m underground swimming | 12 km jungle trekking | 3 km caving

    Hang En Cave Adventure – 2 Days: Our best value for money 2-day camping adventure – 22 km jungle trekking | River crossings | Exploring the third largest cave on Earth, Hang En

    Hang Tien Endeavor – 2 Days: Two-day jungle trek to the largest dry cave of the Tu Lan area – 13 KM challenging jungle trekking | Hang Tien cave exploration

    Hang Va Expedition – 2 Days: A unique adventure expedition to one of the world’s rarest caves – 10 KM jungle trekking, 3 KM caving | Underground swimming | Rope traversing


    Wild Tu Lan Cave Explorer – 3 Days: The very best of Tu Lan with two different jungle campsites – 17 KM jungle trekking | 3 KM caving | 1 KM underground swimming | Waterfalls

    Hang Tien Exploration – 3 Days: This three-day tour stands out for thrilling experiences in Tu Lan – 22 KM jungle trekking | 6.5 KM caving | River swimming


    Tu Lan Expedition – 4 Days: Explore 10 caves in one intense adventure – 30 KM jungle trekking | 5 KM caving | 800 m underground swimming | Abseiling

    Son Doong Expedition – 4 Days: A bucket list adventure into the largest cave on our planet – 25 KM jungle trekking | 9 KM caving | 90 m ascent on Great Wall of Vietnam | River crossings | Rope climbing

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  • Top 10 Scary Cave Paintings That Shocked The World


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    History was one of my favourite subjects at school, i think its so interesting to learn about the past and how they thought and how they lived through everyday life. Its literally like they came and lived in another world. I mean at the time i guess it was a different world. But what really blows my mind are cave paintings. The fact that people from thousands and thousands of years ago thought to create things that would help us know about their existence. I'm sure that's not why they did the paintings and it was more just for them if anything but still. Its pretty cool what some of these are like.

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  • World-class sinkholes attract divers to South Australian farms ????️ | Wild Rides Ep 4 | ABC Australia


    Trevor Ashby's property south of Mount Gambier looks like a typical dairy farm from the roadside, but hidden among the cows is a tiny portal into a world-class dive site.

    The hole in the ground is so small that equipment and divers have to be lowered in separately.

    But below the humble entrance is a huge, seemingly bottomless chamber.

    We've had people who have dived all around the world and have come to here and they just couldn't believe the size of the room that we've got under our feet here in the middle of a cow paddock, cave diving instructor Gary Barclay said.

    The Shaft, as it is known, is the darkest and deepest recorded sinkhole in the region, dropping more than 120 metres.

    It was discovered by the owner's grandfather when he was ploughing a paddock and the horse put its hoof through the surface.

    A pile of rubble 35 metres down was the family's unsuccessful attempt to fill it.

    We really didn't have a clue how big it was underneath. We had no hope of filling it up, Mr Ashby, a third generation farmer, said.

    It looks like an ant hill down there and we've tipped a thousand tonnes of stone down there.

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    Join Blippi as he goes on a fun learning adventure hike and helps clean up the beach! In this awesome video for kids Blippi learns all about going on a hike and what you will need to know when hiking! In this episode Blippi learns about colors, shapes, nature, hiking safety, environment, insects, animals and more educational fun for toddlers!
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  • India Wants To Use Flesh Eating Turtles To Rid The Ganges Of Decomposing Bodies


    India’s Ganges river is the main source of water for half a billion people. It’s also holy to the country’s almost 1 billion Hindus, who bathe in the river to be cleansed of their sins and believe that if a body is cremated and released into the water at Varanasi it can escape the cycle of reincarnation.

    But the river’s cleansing abilities are limited by the fact that the Ganges is one of the world’s most polluted waterways: A billion gallons of raw sewage and industrial waste currently pour into it every day.

    The Indian government’s most recent initiative to tackle the pollution problem, Namami Gange, was announced in 2014 and promised $3 billion in funding. So far, it has yielded very few results, and a 2017 investigation concluded that just $205 million had been spent.

    Still, the government has launched some pretty outlandish plans, including breeding thousands of flesh-eating turtles to deal with the 200 tons of half-cremated, decomposing bodies that enter the river at Varanasi every year, and commissioning an official pop anthem for the river to rouse patriotic sentiment.

    With a growing scandal on its hands, Narendra Modi’s government is scrambling to finish planned Ganges projects before the 2019 general elections. But environmental scientist and campaigner Rakesh Jaiswal said he hasn’t seen any change so far. “The situation is worsening, and in the last 24 years I have seen no improvement at all,” he told VICE News.

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  • Ancient Egypt 101 | National Geographic


    The Ancient Egyptian civilization, famous for its pyramids, pharaohs, mummies, and tombs, flourished for thousands of years. But what was its lasting impact? Learn how Ancient Egypt contributed to society with its many cultural developments, particularly in language and mathematics.
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  • China’s last cave people


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  • I will NEVER do this again - Cave Exploring and Freediving a Florida Spring Deep in the Earth


    In this video we go cave exploring and freediving deep inside a Florida cave and Florida Spring. This is Gator Hole a Florida Spring that is a part of Merritt's Mill Pond in Marianna Florida. Gator hole cave and spring is not normally accessible to freediving and cave exploring, however Merritt's Mill pond has been temporarily drained lower and this has exposed Gator Hole cave and Spring. This Cave exploring and freediving in this cave was a once in a lifetime experience. I have been freediving in other Florida Springs like Ginnie Springs, Weeki Wachee, and Alexander Springs, but this is the most unique Florida Spring free dive experience I have ever had. This location is very close to Florida Caverns State Park as well. We stayed at Florida Cavers RV resort which is located on Merrit's Mill Pond.

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  • Exploring the largest cave in the world


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  • Worlds biggest cave discovered in Vietnam!! Hang Son Doong Cave


    Hang Son Doong - Son Trach commune in Bo Trach district, Quang Binh province - is the largest natural caves in the world. This cave is located in the caves of Phong Nha-Ke Bang. Hang is part of the underground system connected to more than 150 different activities in Vietnam, located near the border with Laos
    Limestone mountains Vietnam-Laos border region has many caves, such as the Phong Nha has been known for a long but Son Doong cave has been discovered only in 1991 when Ho Khanh, a local people stumbled out into the isolated store to avoid the rain. By some time in 2006 when the expedition Association Royal cave to this area, the Ho Khanh new poll to tell them. [4] it's really hard for his new find their store which is located deep in the jungle with quite dangerous terrain, away from major roads and can not be found on Google Earth. Under his guidance, they went deep into caves, photography, surveying and collecting scientific data. They also spent a great honor for this cave named Ho Khanh.
    April 22, 2009, the delegation Association Royal Cave Limbirt led by Howard announced the cave and found that the size of Son Doong cave is actually the world's largest.
    In January 2010, the explorers returned to Son Doong to learn more about the cave system
    Hang Son Doong is formed about 2-5 million years ago, when river water flows through the limestone was buried along a fault line. Water erosion and curettage as a giant tunnel under the mountains in the earth. In the soft places, the ceiling collapsed forming holes, hang long into the giant arch.
    Hang a width of 200 meters, 150 meters higher, at least 6.5 km long. The length can be still further, but due to technical limitations, the explorer of the Association Royal cave can not go all the depth of the cave to determine how long customers.
    With such dimensions, Son Doong cave has passed Deer Cave in Gunung Mulu National Park of Malaysia (with a height of 100 m, width 90 m, length 2 km) to occupy the cave is the world's largest natural
    Also in some the Son Doong cave has great size to 140 mx 140 m, including stone columns as high as 14 m. A stunning images by photographer Carsten Peter taken in May 2010 noted that the row width of about 91.44 m, 243.84 m-high roof of the cave - can reach a high building contains 40 floors of New York city (USA).
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    Son Doong Cave is in the heart of the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park in the Quang Binh province of Central Vietnam. Only recently explored in 2009-2010 by the British Cave Research Association, the cave has only been open to the public since 2013.

    Less people have seen the inside of Hang Son Doong than have stood on the summit of Mount Everest. Join us on this otherworldly expedition and become one of the lucky few who have had the life changing experience of exploring the world’s largest cave.

    Imagine trekking straight into the depths of the world’s largest cave on an expedition unlike any other. A cave so massive that a 747 could fly through its largest cavern. A space so mesmerising that it forces you to question whether you are still on this planet at all. Foreign landscapes found nowhere else, enormous stalagmites rising from the ground and statuesque stalactites hanging from the ceiling like an alien species. Jungles emerge from inside the cave itself, a scene so surreal that you have to see it to believe it. Misty clouds envelop the whole scene, a result of the cave’s own localised weather system. Passages adorned with ancient fossils offer evidence of the millions of years that have passed on this Earth.

    As you approach the jungle just outside the entrance, the rush of cool wind that cascades out brings to life everything inside of you. Hazy, cold and exhilarating, it is apparent that there’s something magical waiting just beyond the opening to the cave.


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    Vietnam’s abundant jungles have been hiding a remarkable secret for millions of years, a new, natural wonder. The caves of Hang En and Hang Son Doong have seen fewer visitors than the South Pole and are so vast they can accommodate a 747 passenger jet with ease.

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