If you love seeing the wonders of nature, Vietnam should be right up there on your list. The country is home to the world’s magnificent landscapes underneath the crust. For some snippets, just read on.

  • Son Doong 

This is the world’s biggest cave ever found by humans.

A lot of hikers visit this cave due to its colossal size and mystical appeal. But for safety reasons, only 1,000 people are allowed to visit this beautiful cave each year.

  • Thien Duong

Traversing this cave is not easy since you need to ride in a golf cart, run on an uneven ramp until you reach the wooden stairway that leads you to a 32-km cave chamber.

  • Hang Tien

Vietnam also takes pride in this gigantic dry cave (under the Tu Lan cave stretch), also known as the ‘Fairy cave.’  Apart from its serene and contented aura, you will also enjoy watching the vibrant and green mountain walls of this cave. If you are from Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, you will spend at least 3 hours of vehicle ride to reach this tourist attraction.

  • Vo Nguyen Giap

Named after a great Vietnamese general (Vo Nguyen Giap), you must also include this cave in your travel bucket list. This 5-km deep cave is filled with narrow pathways that make it more challenging to penetrate from its tip. A lot of local and foreign tourists paid a visit to this cave not only for aesthetic bliss but for cultural richness.

  • Tam Coc – Bich Dong Pagoda

This is a historic cave located in the northern side of Vietnam.  Aside from seeing jaw-dropping natural scenery going to the cave, you can also take a challenging boat ride in Tam Coc – Bich Dong.

These are only some of the finest caves in Vietnam. If you try to dig deeper, you’ll find out that this country has lots of good stuff to offer. Visit these caves now and be amazed by the richness of Vietnam.