Amazing Caves in National Park, Quang Binh

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National Park – Phong Nha is recognized as A UNESCO World Heritage site since 2003, a home to the oldest karst mountains in Asia. The park is literally teaming with caves systems, some estimated to be as old as 400 million years. Impressive beyond comparison, many of these underground chambers are huge in both height and length. Spectacular stalagmites, underground rivers and white crystal stalactites resembling glass pillars abound below the surface whilst above ground the scene is equally impressive. The park is set in nearly 900SQ KM of unspoilt forest and tropical jungle and is home to several species of mammals, including elephants and primates, reptiles and many varieties of bird.

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Rat Cave, Tu Lan, Quang Binh

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Rat Cave, Tu Lan, Quang Binh

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Rat Cave, Tu Lan, Quang Binh

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Rat Cave, Tu Lan, Quang Binh

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Paradise Cave, Tu Lan, Quang Binh

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Paradise Cave, Tu Lan, Quang Binh

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Paradise Cave, Tu Lan, Quang Binh

 

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