Son Doong Cave

Large stalagmites in the passage of Hang Son Doong in Vietnam. The tallest has been measured at 70 meters in height. | Son Doong Cave in Vietnam
Large stalagmites in the Hang Son Doong, Vietnam. This passage is said to have the greatest cross sectional area of any cave in the world. | Son Doong Cave in Vietnam
Son Doong Cave Doline with Scale | Son Doong Cave in Vietnam
Động Tam Thanh ở thành phố Lạng Sơn, Việt Nam | Son Doong Cave in Vietnam
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Place in 🇻🇳 Vietnam.

Son Doong Cave is a natural wonder that should be on everyone's bucket list. Discovered in 1991 by a local man, this cave is the largest in the world, with caverns large enough to fit an entire city inside them. The cave is also home to some of the most unusual geological formations you'll ever see, including a river that flows through a towering mountain. With its dramatic cliffs, pristine caves and verdant jungle, Son Doong is like something out of a fairy tale.

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Son Doong cave is only accessible by tours with Oxalis. The cave is truly a wonder of the world and I highly recommend that anyone who is able should visit. The ratings here are a combination of the cave itself and the tour group. Food was better in the cave than in the town we stayed in before we went on the tour. Friendly, professional, and hard working - this tour company does an amazing job of making the cave live up to its hype!

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You can expect temperatures of around NaN° Celsius in July during the day in Son Doong Cave.