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  • Type : Land tour

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Itineraries

Dong Hoi – Phong Nha Cave – Dark Cave – Dong Hoi

08:30 – 09h00 am: Pick up visitors from hotels within Phong Nha area.
09h00 am: Boat Ride on Son river where you can see “a rural Vietnam” on 2 river sides
09h30 am: Visit Phong Nha Cave, one of the longest river caves in the world
11h30 am: Boat along Chay River to Dark Cave
12h00 am: Have Lunch at Dark Cave restaurant
01h00 pm: Explore Dark Cave, zip-line, take mud bath inside the cave, see fossils, kayak, play water games
03h00 pm: Bicycle back to Chay Village & See many rice fields and children playing and riding buffaloes
4h30 pm: Return to Phong Nha area to end the tour

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Customer Reviews

Excellent

9.2

Based on 4 reviews

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  • Service
    9.5
  • Organization
    9.0
  • Value for money
    9.0
  • Safety
    9.3
8.5

Dumos

Canada
21 Nov 2018
Zipline and kayaking Our visit was limited to the women trying out the Zip-line and my going to get them in a kayak, supposedly being too heavy for the Zip-line. Hum! The ladies said they really enjoyed their ride on ... See more

Our visit was limited to the women trying out the Zip-line and my going to get them in a kayak, supposedly being too heavy for the Zip-line. Hum! The ladies said they really enjoyed their ride on the somewhat short, but very fast zip-line. I had a good time kayaking across the lake to the Zip destination and recuperating me two companions. There are a few zip-lines and several other activities which can be enjoyed, if one has the time to do them.

9.8

Rajivglobaltraveller

India
15 Oct 2018
Have a Mud Bath in Dark Cave In the same area, near the enormous cave of Hang Son Doong, you find the so-called Dark Cave. The Dark Cave is a long cave where you enter with a small group and you are armed with a helmet and a ... See more

In the same area, near the enormous cave of Hang Son Doong, you find the so-called Dark Cave. The Dark Cave is a long cave where you enter with a small group and you are armed with a helmet and a light. At the end of the Dark Cave there is a mud bath waiting for you. It is pure fun! The group is limited to 15 people (around about). You can also enjoy a bit of Kayaking and a tiny water park with the Dark Cave together. You start with a 400m Zipline, walk in the cave, have the bath and then enjoy the water park with zipline, water bikes and a few more fun games.

9.0

BrilliantSophie

Germany
28 Sep 2018
Cave of darkness! Amazing ! We booked this tour on website and they had a bus for two-way transportation. Getting into the caves was like rocknroll (we took the zipline and swim through the entrance). The mineral mu... See more

Amazing ! We booked this tour on website and they had a bus for two-way transportation. Getting into the caves was like rocknroll (we took the zipline and swim through the entrance). The mineral mud bath was muddy and the kayak was really fun too. Me and partner really loved it !

9.5

Paran S

India
13 Sep 2018
Epic adventure! Highly recommended :) Dark cave was AMAZING! From the beginning till the end, it's a fun adventure. Suitable for all ages too. The swim time is barely 5-7 minutes and the zipline is just across the lake. The walkway is ... See more

Dark cave was AMAZING! From the beginning till the end, it's a fun adventure. Suitable for all ages too. The swim time is barely 5-7 minutes and the zipline is just across the lake. The walkway is a bit slippery, and eventually you are walking on the mud path. You first get to zipline into the water and then swim through clean but cold water to enter the cave. Once inside, it really is as the name suggests, Dark, so you get used to walking with the guidance of the light on your safety helmet. The deeper you go in, the more mud for your mud bath! If you have waterproof case or camera, definitely carry it for some fun photos :) we had to rely on our guide's camera.