6 nights in Son Doong cave tour – the most expensive tour in Vietnam

Deep in the most remote area of Vietnam, where it is said by the scientists in the journal National Geographic that “there is no other place on this planet”. It belongs to world’s largest Son Doong cave in Quang Binh.

Adventure tour of this cave for global travelers in 2015 was licensed and its fare is $ 3,000 per visitor. Attraction of this tour causes fever for tourists at a global level. Despite reservations, but in 2015 there is just over 500 visitors who have a chance to visit Son Doong cave.

To join this tour, financial security is not the only requirement, but you must have toughness health to meet the most adventuruous experiences.

In the first day, your guide will pick you up from Dong Hoi to Phong Nha and listen to experts instructing common rules of safety, environmental protection, how to use equipments during the tour.

In the second day, visitors answer questions of fitness professionals. If you pass these strictly tests, you are given safety equipment to use in the course and taken to the starting point on the route of Ho Chi Minh road, then you start the journey by walking about 4km to Doong village.

At the end of forest slope, visitors come to the village and have lunch. Then you continue going 5km over streams and forest to En cave. In the evening, everyone is guided to camp in the En cave.

After breakfast of next day, you will discover En cave by an previously checked walkway, and you can choose places to watch the cave and take pictures. Continue to walk about 2km to Son Doong cave, you get climbing equipment, helmet, safety belt and other equipment to go down the cave. It is about 80m of depth from entrance of the cave to bottom.

Visitors must pass a stream and a waterfall inside the cave to go to main area of the cave and watch the light from sinkhole 1 (Doline1). You will have a dinner and stay overnight in a small tent here.

In the next day, you leave the campsite and pass through the first sinkhole (doline 1) and go to “Be aware of Dinosaurs ” cave. You will experience special weather system that changes constantly in each of 10-15 minutes at doline 1.

Moving to “Garden of Eden”,at afternoon you can sail (when there is water) or walk to The Great Wall of Vietnam and stay overnight in the second campsite near Garden of Eden.

You will have a wonderful day in this cave. In the early morning you can discover the Garden of Eden, or move back doline 1 to see coral fossils that have nearly 300 million years of age. After that you will come back to the En cave and have a dinner, and camp here.

In the last day, you will walk from Hang En, overcome many streams and a grade of 3 rigs to reach Ho Chi Minh road, take a car to Phong Nha.


Tour porters inside the most expensive tour in Vietnam


When going deep into Ke Bang, you will pass through Rao Thuong stream to enter the 3rd largest cave in the world – En cave.

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 There is a high mound in cave background that is used for camping


  A sparkling and fanciful night in En cave.


Son Doong cave is evaluated as a lost world with unique ecosystem by the scientists. Visitors around the world want to come here but only 500 people have opportunities to go deep inside Son Doong cave every year.


The greatness of Son Doong cave


Garden of Eden is like a forest in the heart of cave. Scientists say that there is not any similar place on the planet. The uniqueness of the forest of cave did surprises the world.


The sky from a view inside the cave forest.


Stalactites hang down from giant and magic ceiling


Great stalactites.



Stream and water inside the cave make Son Doong more beautiful



Camping site in Son Doong

Source Photo: Ryan Deboodt

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