Paradise Cave (Vietnamese: Động Thiên Đường) is a cave in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, UNESCO’s World Heritage Site, 60 km northwest of Dong Hoi city. Động Thiên Đường is located on an elevation of 200 meters above the sea level, near the west branch of Ho Chi Minh Highway, in Son Trach Commune, Bo Trach District, Quang Binh Province, Vietnam.
The cave was discovered by a local man in 2005 and the first 5 km of this cave was explored by explorers from British Cave Research Association in 2005, the whole 31 km was explored and publicly announced by the British cave explorers. This cave is 31 km long, longer than Phong Nha Cave which had been considered the longest cave in this national park. The height can reach to 100 m and 150 m wide. The limestone formation is also more spectacular than that of Phong Nha Cave.
Paradise Cave was discovered by scientists of the British Caving Research Association in 2005, has the length of 31km, the longest dry cave in Asia. With naturally primitive features Paradise Cave looks like a landscape painting, making it very attractive to visitors. According to spelunkers, the deeper one journeys into the cave, the more one feels the wells of heavenly clarity all around. There are a series of white crystal stalactites resembling glass pillars and many other spectacular formations.
Tour guide welcomes travellers at the rendezvous in Dong Hoi city and take you to visit Paradise cave. This is a branch of the Hang Vom (Vom cave) system, was discovered by the Royal explorers in 2005 and this branch is considered and approved as the beautiful structure cave, also is the the most beautiful dry cave in Asia. Lunch: Back to the Phong Nha and have lunch in boat marina side restaurant. After lunch: Back to Dong Hoi city. 4:00pm: Arrive in Dong Hoi city. End of the tour.
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