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Hue city - Quang Tri - Thien Duong Cave - Hue city

6:00AM. Pick up guest at Hue city. Depart for Thien Duong Cave (Paradise Cave), stop at La Vang Holly land and pass DMZ of Quang Trị , The McNamara Line, 17 Parallel, Ben Hai River, Hien Luong Bridge. Have Lunch at local restaurant. Afternoon, we will travel to Thien Duong cave - like “ The Pavilion on the earth “
The especially stalagmites, stalactites system with sparkling, mysterious beauty, out of human beings imagination. Its spectacular and magical beauty is welcome visitors come and enjoy… Back to Hue about 19.30

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Kali

Madison, Wisconsin, United States
20 Jan 2019
Most beautiful Cave I've ever seen Absolutely amazing cave that seems to go on forever. So many incredible formations that pictures just can't capture. See more

Absolutely amazing cave that seems to go on forever. So many incredible formations that pictures just can't capture.

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Bob B

United States
25 Apr 2017
Beautiful hidden gem in recently discovered deep cave complex After a 3-4 hour trip north from Hue, there is a long walk on a winding turn-back sidewalk to reach the mouth of the cave. Once there, wide wooden steps take you down into the cave itself, arriving... See more

After a 3-4 hour trip north from Hue, there is a long walk on a winding turn-back sidewalk to reach the mouth of the cave. Once there, wide wooden steps take you down into the cave itself, arriving at a huge open amphitheater. That's only the beginning - the cave continues on for more than a mile into the mountain, marked with thousands of stalactites and stalagmites.