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- Camping Tent
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- Day 1: Phong Nha – Tan Hoa – Cao Quang
Your first day begins in Phong Nha with pickup from your local hotel around 7:30 – 8:00 am. From 8:00 – 9:30 am, you’ll make your way to Tan Hoa office, where you will learn all about safety measures collect your gear and sign our Release Form before departure at 10:30 am. The first part of the walk is tricky with 1 hour trekking uphill and then a hike down alongside the river. You will make a stop for lunch at around 1:00 – 1:30 pm.
You then will reach a tranquil magnificent blue lagoon located right in the middle of the jungle surrounded by rocks. This kind of scenery is rare in the world, it makes you wish you could stop the time and live in this moment forever. Take your time to enjoy a refreshing swim or moments to take some great photos when the sun goes down. Your campsite of the night will be right beside the lagoon, where the mouth-watering fulfilling BBQ dinner prepared by porter team is waiting. After dinner, let’s take a good sleep for your upcoming exploration of Hang Tien 1 and Hang Tien 2 the following day.
Meals: L, D
- Day 2: Hang Tien 1 – Hang Tien 2 – Tan Hoa – Phong Nha
Wake up in your jungle campsite to breakfast prepared bright and early by the porter team. After enjoying your breakfast, you’ll need to climb over a field of boulders before being greeted by the sight of Hang Tien 1 around 9:00 am.
Within Hang Tien 1, about 50 m inside the entrance, lays a large chamber where the ceiling is beautifully patterned. The cave has two sections, one on the right side which goes deep down, and we will pass on the left hand side with many gour pools. Pushing forward, the tour will continue through most of Hang Tien 1 and up a ladder, from which the exit of Hang Tien 1 will be visible. The exit will be reached around 11:00 am.
Trek through the jungle for thirty minutes and at 11:30 am, you’ll head back into the subterranean world known as Hang Tien 2. Here you’ll find many formations, and you’ll trek about 300 m into the cave, before making your way out, back through the exit of Hang Tien 1. Enjoy a picnic lunch.
The next couple hours will be filled with your return trek to the road, where cold drinks will await you. Arrive back at the office around 4:00 pm, where you’ll have time to shower and change into fresh clothes before heading back to Phong Nha. The endeavor will end at 6:30 pm in Phong Nha.
Meals: B, L
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9.0Based on 3 reviews
Value for money
06 Jan 2019
We did the Hang Tien Endeavor 2d1n, and it was the best experience in Vietnam!!! We enjoyed a lot with our colleagues of the tour, trekking through the jungle, going into the caves, swimming in the lake, playing cards in the campsite... You can not leave Vietnam without do it if you like the nature and the adventure. Thanks to all staff: blogger, assistance guides, chefs, van driver,... Hope to repeat the experience doing another expedition!
11 Dec 2018
My brother and I did a 2-day tour of Hang Tien. I loved it! It wasn’t the easiest trip (it was rated a 4 out of 6 difficulty) but it was so worth it. The cave is incredible. Sometimes it’s SO incredible it almost didn’t seem real. Truly a once in a lifetime experience. The campsite is about as comfortable as possible considering you’re in the middle of the jungle. Sleeping mats are comfy and sleeping bags are good too. They don’t really need to be that great though, because you’ll be exhausted and sleep will come easy. Plus, the local chef is VERY good and the dinner they cook is quality and quantity combined. Nobody is going hungry. If you’re used to sitting all day, this trip will be a challenge. It can (and likely will) rain and there’s a decent amount of climbing. Lots of hills to climb up and down too. The guides are good at taking breaks so nobody gets overwhelmed. If it rains enough, you’ll have to cross through water that got just past my waist (I’m 5’10”). It’s Vietnam jungle. You’re going to get wet and muddy. Prepare accordingly and you’ll be fine.
16 Feb 2018
We had a great time on this trip! It was challenging but also enjoyable. It was a good size group of people and the guide and porters were amazing. During extra challenging parts of the jungle/cave treks, the porters helped guide me through when I needed help. The food at the campsites was also delish! We went in Jan so it was cooler weather with no real animal sightings, but the cooler temps were nice for hiking. Plenty of time in the caves to explore and take pictures. The whole Oxalis crew was great about assisting with taking photos of your group if you wanted. Would definitely recommend this! I want to go back and try another one of these tours.