Quang Binh Province – Boasts the Discovery of 12 New Caves in 2020

Reference: http://www.vietnamtourism.gov.vn/english/index.php/items/14777

If it’s at all possible for the central region of Vietnam to become more fascinating and enticing to an adventurous traveler, Quang Binh seems to be the province to “keep on giving”!

Blessed by Mother Nature with forests, seas, rivers and a stunning coastline, this battle-hardened province and long-term impoverished land is now making the most of its natural assets and reemerging as one of Vietnam’s most talked about up-and-coming tourist destinations. Here, one can find a heady mix of beaches, historical sites and cultural landscapes now featuring some stunning resorts. 

Photo credit: https://coconuts.co/travel/a-new-all-spa-inclusive-resort-is-coming-to-quang-binh-in-vietnam-next-year/

Quang Binh is also known for its Unesco Heritage Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, home to Son Dong – world’s largest natural cave. During an expedition to the region by 11 experts in March, 2020 – believe it or not during the beginning of the Coronavirus epidemic – surveyors discovered 12 new caves! According to the experts, the limestone formations at the new caves include stalactites, stalagmites, columns and flowstones.

If there is such a thing as “cave discovery” tourism, Quang Binh province offers two new routes to explore Rao Thuong river – Hang En and Phong Nha, E caves and Sinh Ton valley.

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Ref: http://www.vietnamtourism.gov.vn/english/index.php/items/14777


External links – Read more about Quang Binh: http://goldenemperor.com/thailand/news/quang-binh-received-two-world-record-certificates-for-son-doong-cave-eng/