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HANG SON DOONG - THE CAVE THAT BUILT A VILLAGE

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  • HANG SON DOONG - THE CAVE THAT BUILT A VILLAGE

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    The remarkable story of the discovery in central Vietnam of what has been called the biggest cave passage in the world and how it's discovery has transformed a war torn area from extreme poverty to one of the biggest tourist areas in Vietnam.

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  • Son Doong - THE LARGEST CAVE ON PLANET EARTH

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    Short Movie about Incredible journey through Son Doong — largest cave on Earth.

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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.

    MUSIC:
    River by ZACHARY DAVID
    Hovard Shoe - Song of the Lonely Mountain

    DIRECTOR — Georgy Tarasov
    PRODUCER — VOOGIE.pro
    COLORIST — Regie
    VFX ARTIST — Sergey Mykhailov
    VOICEOVER — Ernest Rudyak
    SOUND EDITOR — Nikita Bochkov
    MOTION DESIGNER — Alexey Fedorov
    EXECUTIVE PRODUCTION MANAGER — Ilya Buzanov

    STARRING:

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    Artem Yunusov
    Ernest Rudyak
    Dmitry Dyldin

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  • Worlds Biggest Cave Discovered in Vietnam - Full Documentary

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    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.

  • Explorer Returns With Chilling Information About Deepest Cave On Earth

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    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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  • Man Finds Hidden Doorway On His Property ; Goes In And Realizes He’s Made A Huge Mistake..

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    Man Finds Gold Mine On Property, Goes In And Realizes He’s Made A Huge Mistake..
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    We all dream of one day purchasing our forever dream house. But one man got more than he bargained for when he bought his. As he took a stroll on his new property, Christopher stumbled upon something that changed his life. Dumfounded, he investigated the mysterious finding further. Little did he know, once he entered the eerie tunnel, there was no going back to his previous life. He continued on his investigation even after a realtor and a police officer advised him not to. As Christopher came to the end of his research, with all the proof laid out in front of him, he knew he had to flee his house and never, ever come back. But what did he find that was so frightful he had to give up his dream home?

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  • The tranquil lake leading to ‘Great Wall of Vietnam’ inside Son Doong Cave

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    The World’s Biggest Cave, Son Doong, is one of the top must-see places in the world. An inspiring journey into this gigantic underground cave will bring you closer to the nature like never before and give you a true sense of real adventure.

    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.

    Alan Walker's hit song Heading Home was also filmed in Son Doong Cave, Vietnam and was produced by MER and directed by Kristian Berg.

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    About Oxalis Adventure:
    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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  • Alan Walker & Ava Max - Alone Pt. II - Filming inside worlds largest cave-Son Doong, Vietnam

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    It is nearly 1 year from the date that Alan Walker released his MV Alone Part II which filmed in Son Doong Cave. Watch the BTS here.
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    Alan Walker used Son Doong cave for Alone Pt. II and part of Heading Home. Walker #28300 started her adventure from On My way to Alone pt.ii and ends with Heading Home in Angkor Wat.

    Oxalis Adventure – Turning Alan Walker’s Alone, Pt. II into reality.

    Being the region’s biggest tour operator and considered a life changer for the locals in Phong Nha, Oxalis Adventure rose to this special occasion with an aim to assist Alan Walker and his team with unconditional support and the best of everything that Phong Nha has to offer!

    #YouAreNotAlone #AlanWalker #AvaMax #AW #EDM #SonDoongCave #Vietnamtravel

    Apart from sponsoring all the costs incurred like national park fees, equipment, logistics, accommodations, transport rtc. during the entire filming process in Vietnam.

    Oxalis Adventure organized all logistic arrangements for Alan Walker’s production team while they were in Phong Nha, for filming the music video for Alone, Pt. II in Hang En cave, Son Doong Cave and Nuoc Nut Cave, and even arranged accommodation at The Oxalis Group’s Chay Lap Farmstay & Resort. Oxalis Adventure worked very closely with Kristian Berg - director and Mikkel Gulliksen – production manager for Alan Walker Ft. Ava Max Alone, Pt. II, to ensure that the Son Doong Cave and Phong Nha village turns out to be the ideal filming destination.

    A large porter team of Oxalis Adventure of around 30 people supported the filming process. All the equipment for the film was carried by this team and Oxalis supported Alan Walker and his filming crew with accommodation before and after at the Chay Lap Farmstay & Resort. As mentioned earlier, prior to filming at Son Doong, the filming crew also filmed some shots on the Chay River; outdoor filming on boats on rivers and climbing trees was also supported by Oxalis.

    Each member of the filming crew was accompanied and supported by 1 safety assistant and 5 porters while shooting.

    Cave Experts Deb Limbert and Martin Holroyd, along with tour guide Tran Quang Anh Vu guided Alan Walker’s production team throughout the expediton to ensure highest standards of safety of the filming crew while inside the gigantic Son Doong cave. The lighting for filming, generators and other necessary apparatus was also provided by Oxalis.

    Time management was an important aspect so that the shots were filmed in the best lighting conditions. It wasn’t easy to make sure the correct equipment for the shot was in place at the correct time and everything was charged to ensure all cameras and lights were able to be used when necessary. However, the dedicated team of Oxalis demonstrated their brilliance and ensured a very professional and smooth conduct of the filming process for Alan Walker’s latest song.

    Setting up the stunt position and making sure it was safe was a difficult challenge. Apart from this, the really long hours of filming and making sure the Oxalis porters and filming crew were properly fed using take-out food supplied by the Oxalis cooks from the campsite during the filming, as the days were very long indeed. The logistics and time management were the biggest challenges faced as only 4 days in the cave were available and Doline 1 had to be filmed whilst sunbeams were present. This involved 2 long days in Doline 1 of Son Doong.

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  • Vietnams Infinite Cave | National Geographic

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    Veteran photographer and National Geographic grantee Carsten Peter is also an accomplished climber, diver and caver who has photographed some of the world's most extreme environments. Here he shares stories and images from a cave system in Vietnam that may be the world's largest.
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  • Son Doong Cave on GMM25 Thailand

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    Watch as the might of the world’s biggest cave, Son Doong, amazes the travellers from Thailand.

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    The famous Thai digital terrestrial television channel -GMM25 has featured their journey to explore Son Doong Cave, the world's largest cave discorvered in Phong Nha, Vietnam. The crew joined in the Son Doong Expedition organized by Oxalis Adventure - the only tour operator authorized to bring adventurers to Son Doong. Let's follow GMM25 to explore the inside of this phenomenal natural wonder - Hang Son Doong.

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    About the cave and expedition:
    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.

    HIGHLIGHTS

    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).

    Alan Walker's hit song Heading Home was also filmed in Son Doong Cave, Vietnam and was produced by MER and directed by Kristian Berg.

    Sign up for Son Doong 4-Day Expedition at:
    Son Doong Expedition Hotline: +84 (0) 919 900 042

    About Oxalis Adventure:
    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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  • Drones Take You Inside Hidden World Live

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    Ginger Zee travels to Vietnam to explore an extraordinary cave deep inside the jungle.

  • WILD TIMES - PART TWO- THE CAVE LODGE ADVENTURE.

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    The continuing story of adventurer, photographer, John Spies and how he became an authority on the Hill Tribes, archeology, and world class caves of far Nothern Thailand, and established Cave Lodge, a centre of exploration and adventure.

  • The Last Living Dinosaur Could Be Hiding In The Congo

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    Scientist's may have found the last living dinosaurs, hiding out in the Congo basin in Africa. For centuries, rumors like the Loch Ness Monster, Mokele Mbembe, Champ and others could still be alive - until recent scientific evidence suggest, there may be some truth to these rumors!


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    Welcome back, Richest fans! Today, we have a tale as long as people have been around. Folklore. It’s a story wrapped in the realm of legend. For centuries, we’ve swapped narratives about mythical beasts. The Chupacabra, Bigfoot, Loch Ness Monster and many others are spoken around campfires. Some of those tales have revolved around dinosaurs. While we have evidence that they existed at some point, these tales discuss the possibility of our planet being home to some surviving species to this day. With large parts of Africa, especially in the jungles, being unmapped, perhaps this is where they reside…
    Recently, a video spread across the internet that may just be the evidence that we’ve been looking for. It showed a group of small dinosaurs scurrying across a road. As a result, we’re going to explore that possibility. The video may be proof that the legendary Mokele-mbembe is alive today. We’re going to chat about this creature. Such as where it lives in the Congo Basin and the Congo River. How its origins came to be from tales in the Democratic Republic of Congo. As well as how a wall in Bolivia relates to this tale. We’ll go over the history of the beast with cryptozoology enthusiast, Roy Mackal, in mind. As well as Carl Hagenbeck’s encounter with the legend. We’ll also attempt to identify what sort of dino it is. Could be a Brontosaurus, Baryonyx, or Plesiosaurs? On top of that we’ll look at tales of other strange animals like the platypus and coati. Perhaps we’re looking at a new Jurassic Park. It’s a story you won’t want to miss.

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  • Why SaveSonDoong is larger than just about a cave? | Lê Nguyễn Thiên Hương | TEDxHanoi

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    SaveSonDoong was founded as a campaign to save the pristine charm of the world's largest cave from mass tourism. But overtime, this citizen-led campaign started to carry more just the mission of saving one cave. In this talk, Lê Nguyễn Thiên Hương, one of the co-founders of SaveSonDoong will reveal to you what its ultimate goal is actually about. Lê Nguyễn Thiên Hương is an educator by day and an environmental activist by night. She has been working in the field of education for a decade at different roles - a tutor, a teaching assistant, a teacher, a counselor, an admissions officer, etc. On the other hand, traveling has always been a big part of her life. And her expedition to Sơn Đoòng in 2014 has marked a big turning point for her. At the time, Hương was in the process of applying to graduate school for the major of Educational Psychology. But what she found out at Sơn Đoòng has changed her direction completely. Her SaveSonDoong campaign earned her a scholarship to Brandeis University, where she did two Master degrees in Nonprofit Management and Sustainable Development. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

  • CAVE DIVING STORY- PART THREE - TOO HIGH A PRICE?

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    This is part three of a re-scripted version of the first part of a four part series that I made for BBC Leeds in 1987- 1989.It was based on Martyn Farrs book The Darkness Beckons and tells the history of cave diving in Britain.

  • Livestream Son Doong Expedition FAQs | Son Doong Cave | Oxalis Adventure

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    Questions & Answers of Son Doong Expedition, hosted by Oxalis Adventure with Mr. Howard Limbert, Technical Advisor of Oxalis Adventure, member of British Cave Research Association.


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    We're hosting a livestream about Frequently Asked Questions of Son Doong Cave Expedition tour. All of the questions will be answered by Mr. Howard Limbert, Technical Advisor of Oxalis Adventure, member of British Cave Research Association - also the one who found Son Doong Cave back in the 90s. Please feel free to leave your question in the comment section.

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    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.

    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.

    Want to get more information about the expedition? Visit:

    About Oxalis Adventure:
    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.

    Get more information about Oxalis Adventure & best caving adventure tours in Vietnam:
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  • Son Doong Cave - Day 4 - Great Wall and leaving Son Doong

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    For the final day in Son Doong, we started out beneath doline #2, tackled the Great Wall of Vietnam, and made our exit out to return to civilization.

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  • Pai and Elephant Sanctuary - Thailands highland getaway!

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    Continuing with the Thailand throwback series since I'm still on travel lockdown, here I visit Pai and make some friends! As well as visit an elephant sanctuary where I got to feed and give mud baths to elephants :D.

    0:38 Pai Rice fields (Kho Kuu So)
    0:57 Caves north of Pai (Tham Lot)
    1:31 Hua Chang Waterfall (Pai)
    2:14 Fire dancers at Paradise Bar (Pai)
    2:28 Pai Canyons
    2:42 Elephant Jungle Sanctuary (Chiang Mai)

  • REMEMBERING PETE LIVESEY. 1

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    Caver, Climber, Canoeist, Orienteer, Fell Runner. Livesey was in the top league in each of these sports. He died suddenly in 1998 and on the day of his funeral Skipton Town Hall was packed with key figures from all these sports who had come to tell tales and pay respects.

  • Earths STRANGEST Lost Worlds

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    The most unusual lost worlds on the planet! From twin jungle sinkholes atop mountains in South America to frozen lakes hidden below sea level in Antarctica

    #13 Mount Roraima
    A 12-square mile summit, Mount Roraima stands tall at 1,300 ft. of green-covered cliffs. This spectacle acts as the centerpiece between the neighboring countries of Brazil, Guyana, and Venezuela in the middle of dense rainforests. From atop the plateau, the misty fog surrounding the mountain transform this exotic location into a real life Mount Olympus as low-sitting clouds sit far below the ledge.
    In addition to its commanding presence, Mount Roraima hosts a plethora of the surrounding forests’ endemic species; animals and plants that can only be found here in the world. This includes a species specifically unique to the summit: the Roraima Bush Toad. Small, textured, and stealthy, this toad blends in perfectly with the plateau as even its croak resembles the sound of dripping water, a tune that’s common on the humid peak.

    #12 Sima Humboldt & Sima Martel
    Not far from the towering grace of Mount Roraima are the treacherous sinkholes of Sima Humboldt and Sima Martel. These two enormous sinkholes are well known for their size, state and circumstance of formation. Sitting atop Sarisariñama, a large flat-top mountain known as a tepui, these two sinkholes are not only surrounded by forest but carpeted with vegetation and wildlife at their base as well. The sinkholes boast volumes up to 640 million cubic feet, with nearly a 100-story drop from the top to the bottom.
    Research in the 1970s uncovered the truth that the tepui is made of quartzite and the erosive nature of the mineral lead to these sinkholes, as well as cave formations across the mountain. Studying this process has helped scientists research the nature of the erosive process of quartzite for decades as even today the tepui is sealed off to non-scientific visitors.

    #11 Easter Island
    Settled by the easternmost Polynesian tribe known as the people of Rapa Nui, Easter Island is most well known for the stonework they left behind. The Rapa Nui people used different types of stone in their work pulling from the natural resources of the island for basalt, obsidian, scoria and more. From this rock they crafted many items, glyphs, buildings, and, of course, the iconic moai statues characterized by their large oblong shaped heads and rigid expressions. The island itself maintains a relatively low population at 91 people per square mile, however it is extremely remote for its size with every nearby island at least 1,200 miles away!

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  • Exploring the Great Indoors. New version https://youtu.be/s6txpumkY5I

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    This is a historic documentary sbout cave exploration under the Llangattock Mountain in South Wales. It was made by HTV and I was the mainunderground cameraman Although I do not own copyright I feel this is a good and historic film which needs to be widely available.

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  • WHAT A WAY TO SPEND A SUNDAY

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    The first film I made for BBC LEEDS in 1971. It features members of the Happy Wandewrers caving club tackling the through trip from Simpsons Pot to the recently discovered (at the time) Kingsdale Master Cave and exiting via Valley Entrance.

  • YOU BET ITS A DAFT IDEA

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    This was my politically incorrect response to a TV series called You Bet who wanted to include an item where a caver abseiling through Yordas Cave was to compete with a fell runner running down the hillside above, Apart from beind bloody dangerous it could never be a real contest - but what if they were going backwards?

  • The Longest Cave Ever - Paradise Cave | VIETNAM

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    As my Vietnam solo backpacking adventure continues, I catch a flight from Ho Chi Minh to the town of Dong Hoi and a short bus ride away is Phong Nha, which is the home of the biggest and best caves in Vietnam. Here I explore the recently discovered, Paradise Cave. I have never seen anything this epic in my life. Catch the vid, leave a like, and subscribe. Filmed Nov. 2019.

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  • BENEATH THE PENNINES - DOW CAVE.

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    The Dow Cave/ Providence Pot system had a bad reputation for the number or parties that needed to be rescued. We went on an all night trip through the system, with the Upper Wharfedale Fell Rescue team to explain what the problem was.

  • Ha Long Bay Cruise Day 2 | Thien Canh Son Cave | Vietnamese rice rolls | #Ep03

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    Hey guys, this video is all about my experience on a cruise (#Ep 03) in Ha Long Bay. In case you haven't seen my previous vlog, the link is given below ????

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    In this vlog, You will see my day two experience on a cruise. On 2nd day in the morning after breakfast, we went to see the cave, Thien Canh Son. Thien Canh Son Cave is the only cave in the Bai Tu Long area of Halong Bay, so it is included on most of the cruise boat itineraries.

    Later in the afternoon, we had a cooking class where we learned how to make rice rolls, which is one of the famous Vietnamese breakfast and snack. After the cooking class, we had lunch in the restaurant which was our last meal on board and after that, we went straight to the Harbour and went back to Hanoi.

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  • The Lost Forest | Nobel Peace Prize Shorts

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    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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  • LOST RIVER OF GAPING GILL - BREAKTHROUGH

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    The link between Yorkshires most famout pothole Gaping Gill and where the water rises at Ingleborough Cave has been sought after for decades. Geoff Crossley and Geoff Yeadon were on the verge of making the hisotic Link and in May 1983 invited Sid Perou to film the historic breakthrough

  • POTPECE CAVE UZICE ZLATIBOR SERBIA 4K

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    Subterranean rivers have created the Potpeće cave that was inhabited even during the Neolithic period. Its ornaments are very rare in karst caves.
    If you believe that a horseshoe will bring you luck, than a visit to the Potpeće cave, a nature monument and the most significant cave site in Western Serbia, will be a true treat for you. The cave has a horseshoe shaped entrance that was carved into limestone by the force of water.
    The Potpeće cave is located near the village of Potpeće, near the town of Užice, on the right bank of the Great Morava. The cave is near the highway, and yet hidden from hungry eyes of passers-by. It is one of five caves in Serbia that are prepared for tourist visits.
    The entrance to the Potpeće cave is one of the biggest in the Balkans. It is over 50 meters high and 12 meters wide at the bottom and even 22 meters wide at the top, thus making it the true wonder of nature.
    The explored section of the cave, with paths, is 555 m long, The path leading in and out of the cave has over 700 steps. It is interesting that this cave has no name. The name “Potpeće” actually comes from the name of the nearby eponymous village, that was, on the other hand, named after the cave – “the village beneath the cave”.
    The Potpeće cave is an erosional cave, formed by the waters of subterranean rivers which descend underground in the Drežnik valley and follow an underground course to re-emerge from the cave or from springs in front of the cave, to create two kilometers long Petnica cave river. The cave comprises two levels of channels: the older – the Upper Cave and the more recent – the Lower Cave.
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  • REALM OF DARKNESS- FORBIDDEN CHAMBERS OF THE CIGALERE

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    Nobert Casteret describes in his book how he discovered the underground river of the Cigalere in the French Pyrenees. This film reconstructs the story of the exploration and goes into secret chambers where the formations are so delicate that the location is kept a secret.

  • Dancing with the clouds in the worlds largest cave - Son Doong Cave

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    The giant underground world of the Son Doong cave is unlike any other natural wonder in the world and the sheer colossal size of it will give you goosebumps. The Son Doong Expedition is one of the best bucket list adventures ever!

    #mustseeplaces #naturalwonders #bucketlistadventures

    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.

    Alan Walker's hit song Heading Home was also filmed in Son Doong Cave, Vietnam and was produced by MER and directed by Kristian Berg.

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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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  • CASTLEGUARD CAVE - CHALLENGE UNDER THE GLACIER

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    I was commissioned by National Parks Canada through professor Derek Ford to make this film. Sadly I was not allowed to tell the story of the English caver Mike Boon's epic solo exploration as he did it without permission from the National Park.

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

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    Nat Geo goes into the World’s biggest cave for the adventure of a lifetime!

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    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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    PRODUCER/EDITOR: Nora Rappaport
    SERIES PRODUCERS: Chris Mattle and Jennifer Shoemaker
    GRAPHICS: Chris Mattle
    FOOTAGE AND IMAGES: Martin Edström, Mats Kahlström, and Erik Hinnerdal

    About the cave and expedition:
    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.

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    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).

    Alan Walker's hit song Heading Home was also filmed in Son Doong Cave, Vietnam and was produced by MER and directed by Kristian Berg.

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    This caving Anglo/Russian expedition to the Caucasus mountains in 1995 was filmed by a friend Tony Cookwho asked me to edit it. It is a nice account of a ppioneering expedition.

  • Camp in Hang En Cave | Son Doong Cave Expedition

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    Arriving to Hang En, the Cave of Swallows, we approach the most amazing campsite in the world (probably). Once settled in, we enjoy a dip in the lake at the cave's entrance and have an amazing meal with the team.

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  • World surprise by Son Doong Cave on Good Morning America - ABC News

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    A six-minute video posted on YouTube has showed the journey of Good Morning America’s film crew inside an extraordinary cave deep inside a jungle of the central province of Quang Binh.
    The scenes were shot from the Son Doong (Mountain River) Cave in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park and were broadcast to American viewers on Wednesday in the popular morning program on ABC.
    The crew used seven Phantom 3 drone cameras to get aerial shots of the magnificent cave.
    Ginger Zee, the host of the live broadcast, said the journey to Son Doong was the grittiest, most difficult and dangerous assignment she had ever been on.

    Located in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Quang Binh Province, Vietnam, Hang Son Doong is part of the underground system connected to more than 150 different activities in Vietnam, 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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  • Jungle Trek to Hang En | Day 2 | Son Doong Cave Expedition

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    Trekking from Phong Nha to Hang En (Cave of Swallows), the 3rd largest cave in the world. Learn about Vietnam during the war along Victory 20 road. Bomb scavenging. Visit Doong village and see a real remote Vietnam village. How do explorers find large undiscovered caves. Trekking thru the Vietnamese jungle. Tigers and Monkeys in the jungle.

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  • Climbing the Son Doong Great Wall! | Son Doong Cave Expedition

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    Our last day in the cave we exit via the Great Wall, an amazing rock face lying at the end of the Son Doong cave system.

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  • 20 INCREDIBLE Caves To Explore

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    Not all caves are eerie, dark, and humid places filled with bats or creepy things. But here’s some of the most visited caves in the world, caves that look stunning, take your breath away, and make you wonder at how such sights could be initially hidden from the world.

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    8. Onondaga Cave State Park
    The actual park was established in 1982, though the it was discovered nearly a century earlier in 1886 by Charles Christopher. Onondaga Cave can be found the state park of the same name, located near the Meramec River in Missouri. It has become a popular place for all sorts of activities that include hiking, camping, fishing, and touring the caves. It covers an area of 1,317.7 acres at an elevation of 732 feet or 223 meters. In a state often called the “Cave State” Onondaga stands out as one of the most popular places for people to go.

    7. Deer Cave
    Now we’re back to Malaysia to explore Deer Cave. Located as a main attraction at the Gunung Mulu National Park, this show cave was surveyed in 1961 and has remained open to the public since 1984. Over 25,000 visitors arrive from all over the world to see Deer Cave, which features lots of waterfalls and vast ceiling heights--the highest reaching about 486 feet or 148 meters tall. It also includes a place called Garden of Eden, a circular depression of tall limestone walls that measure about 0.62 miles or 1 kilometer wide and 980 feet or 3000 tall at the highest.

    6. Antelope Canyon
    You take one look at Antelope Canyon and you can hardly find rocks more interesting to look at than the formations found here. This slot canyon, located in Arizona, sits on Navajo land, formed by the erosion of sandstone. It includes several attractions, such as the Upper Antelope Canyon called The Crack and Antelope Canyon which people also refer to as The Corkscrew. Floods occur somewhat frequently in the canyons, sometimes making it inaccessible for humans. Although it is more of a canyon, the narrow opening at the top makes it feel more like an enclosed area.

    5. Phraya Nakhon Cave )
    This enormous limestone cavern looks like an image out of well-illustrated animated movie. But it’s all totally real. Welcome to picturesque pavillion of The Phraya Nakhon Cave, considered one of the best attractions at the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park. it takes about 430 meters to reach the cave from the mountain. People also like going to visit the nearby well made of baked clay bricks. The cave has a hole in its ceiling, letting in sunlight from above to make for one cool picture.

    4. The Mendenhall Cave
    Inside the famous Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska exists an ice cave that glows blue and lets the sunlight in. The glacier runs about 13.6 miles or 21.9 kilometers long within the Mendenhall Valley, not far from the town of Juneau. To get to the ice caves, you need to be willing to kayak there. After that, you still need to climb over the ice. But the views may just be worth it. However, the glacier has been in retreat since the 18th century, with many saying climate change will only increase the process.

    3. Eisriesenwelt Cave
    The name “Eisriesenwelt” translates from German to mean “World of the Ice Giants” and if you ever visited this natural limestone and ice cave in Austria, you’d understand why. The cave, located 40 kilometers south of the city of Salzburg. Sits inside a section of the alps Every year, over 200,000 people visit this natural landmark, also the largest ice cave in the entire world.

    2. The Marble Caves
    Down in South America, we come across the Marble Caves of Chile, also called the Cuevas de Mármol. These surreal caves formed over 6,000 years ago due to the waves crashing into the calcium carbonate. Ferries travel from Chile Chico to the marble caves so people can marvel at the aquatic tunnels. And depending on the time of the year, you may not see the same turquoise blue walls since the color changes throughout the year.

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    And so it begins! Leave DongHoi, arrive to Phong Nha and have orientation with the expedition team and teammates.

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  • Laos’ Secret Vietnam War Cave Exploration. |Best Secret Places to visit in Laos 2021

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    THE CAVE OF TEETH.

    This is the most interesting cave I’ve explored in Northern Laos so far. It’s believed to have been used by the North Vietnamese Army and maybe the Pathet Lao during both the secret war in Laos and the Vietnamese war just across the border.

    This cave is not really explored by tourists. It’s not in any travel books and I could only find one short video and one short blog, both by the same person, explaining this place.

    It’s an hour away from Luang Prabang on a nice road in the middle of a rice field. It’s honestly one of the coolest caves in Laos and also one of the least visited caves in Laos. If you want to find some secret places in Laos then this is one of the best.

    I love finding secret places whilst travelling Laos and this country is full of them. I’m going to make a list of best secret places to visit in Laos.

    From 1964 to 1973, the U.S. dropped more than two million tons of ordnance on Laos during 580,000 bombing missions—equal to a planeload of bombs every 8 minutes, 24-hours a day, for 9 years – making Laos the most heavily bombed country per capita in history. The bombings were part of the U.S. Secret War in Laos to support the Royal Lao Government against the Pathet Lao and to interdict traffic along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. The bombings destroyed many villages and displaced hundreds of thousands of Lao civilians during the nine-year period.

    This is why caves became such important places, they were natural bomb shelters.

    I hope you enjoy the video.

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  • Southwest Chinas Shuanghe Cave now officially longest in Asia

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    China's Shuanghe Cave Group has officially become the longest cave in Asia and the sixth longest in the world as researchers have ascertained its total length is at least 238.48 kilometers. The cave, located in Suiyang County of southwest China's Guizhou Province, contains numerous karst caves, underground fractures, waterfalls, rivers and naturally formed pits, which are important for geological and biological research.

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  • Vietnams Mysterious Cave Son Doong Cave #mysterious #alien #haunted #ghost

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    There are many ancient temples all around the world but there are some 'mysterious' ones too. We explored some facts about the Padmanabhaswamy Temple of Kerala, India. There is a mysterious 'vault-b' that is still unexplored by anyone till date!



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    This cave was unknown to the outside world until it was found by Ho Khanh. Later, British Cave Research Association found it and opened it for tourists in the year 2014.

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    Sơn Đoòng cave (Vietnamese: hang Sơn Đoòng, IPA: [haːŋ˧ ʂəːn˧ ɗɔ̤ŋ˨˩]) is one of the world's largest natural caves [1] in Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park, Bố Trạch District, Quảng Bình Province, Vietnam.

    Located near the Laos–Vietnam border, Hang Sơn Đoòng has an internal, fast-flowing subterranean river and the largest cross-section of any cave, worldwide, as of 2009,[2][3] believed to be twice that of the next largest passage. It is the largest known cave passage in the world by volume.

    Its name, Hang Sơn Đoòng, is variously translated from Vietnamese as 'cave of the mountain river'[4] or 'cave of mountains behind Đoòng [village]'.[disputed – discuss]

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    Hang Son Doong the world's largest caves in Vietnam.
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    Vietnam has certainly made its name to world's best places for caves and geological exploration, thanks to natural gifts such as Halong Bay and Son Doong. While the former has earned numerous recognition and received millions of tourists, the latter only caught public attention recently. Apart from being the largest caves in the world, Son Doong is worth your time and effort for many other reasons:

    1. The lifetime experience of stepping into another world

    Its recent discovery makes it unspoiled by humans and its unique size and formation make it look like another planet. The atmosphere is ethereal and surreal as clouds of mist just hover around, filtering the light. Inside the cave, you will find many strange things that cannot be found anywhere else: giant lime pillars hanging from the ceiling and rising from the floor, large skylights that bring light into the jungle, cave pearl of base-ball size, a muddy calcite wall of 60 meters, a huge river of unknown source and “alien” species that are unique to Son Doong.

    2. A challenging but relatively manageable adventure

    While Everest is the tallest mount and Amazon is the largest jungle, Son Doong is the biggest cave ever discovered. And given the spectacular beauty mentioned above, Son Doong is not only for scientists, but also for adventurers. Whereas climbing Everest is extremely physically and mentally demanding (mortalities are the norm on the peak), discovering Son Doong is much less risky and dangerous. Son Dong has its own climate but it is not that extreme. The cave formation is massive and bizarre but traversable. Nevertheless, getting to and discovering Son Doong is a test of endurance and physical prowess. The tour will offer you the thrills of adventure as you walk, climb and scramble a total of 50 kilometers on foot through all kinds of wild terrain.

    3. A package that comes with many extras

    The tour package includes many extras aside from the expedition into Son Doong. On the way to your final destination, you will visit Ban Doong, the only ethnic village within Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, and enjoy your time in Hang En Cave, the third largest cave in the world and home of thousands of swifts and a underground river. Many other natural beauty will unfold before your eye as you trek through the forests. At the end of the tour, when your energy has been drained out after days of conquering the wilderness, you will have your fulfilling rest at Sun Spa Resort in Dong Hoi City. All of these extras will give you a satisfying experience.

    4. A chance to make friend with people from around the world

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    5. Your base for further exploration

    The adventure tour to Son Doong is actually an opportunity for you to further explore Vietnam.

    Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park is massive and Son Doong is just one of a network of over 150 caves in the area. Dong Hoi is a beautiful city along the central coastal region of Vietnam. From Dong Hoi, it is very convenient to travel to other attractions of Central Vietnam such as Vinh, Hue and Da Nang. Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are also within the reach as there are direct flights from Dong Hoi to these tourism hubs.

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