Dong Hoi City to Phong Nha Cave

Dong Hoi City to Phong Nha Cave

Head to the pleasant Dong Hoi City, just outside of Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park. Indulge in a leisurely cruise down the Son River before you take part in an exciting adventure — caving/spelunking! Phong Nha Cave hosts tunnels filled with impressive stalactites and stalagmites, an underground river, and more. Indulge in a unique adventure with this fun excursion.

Featured in:Boat Tours, Cave Exploration
8 hrs
Available Days:
Every day
8:00 AM
Hotel Transport Included
Mobile Ticket Included
Offered in English,Vietnamese

Your adventure begins in Dong Hoi City — a pleasant region on the East Sea of Vietnam. Less-crowded than Hanoi and Hue, the region is relatively quiet; aside from offering access to lovely beaches, its biggest draw is the proximity it offers to Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park — an outdoor playground for adventure seekers.

From The City to The Wilderness

This journey lets you indulge in your fantasies of escaping the city for outdoor adventure! You’ll know the excitement is truly about to begin when you transfer from Dong Hoi City to Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park in the morning. From this luscious park filled with dense jungles, caves, and the sounds of a rushing river, you will board a private boat to cruise down the Son for a glorious 1.5 km (1 mile). Your final destination? Phong Nha Cave…

Down in The Underground

Discovered in the 16th-century, it wasn’t until 1995 that the magnificent Phong Nha Cave was opened to tourists. Stalagmites, stalactites, grottoes, and underground river, a ‘Court Cave’ — there’s so much to see and explore. The cave is gently illuminated to help you appreciate all that there is to see, so it’s not ‘creepy,’ but it does boast a certain mysterious, if not haunting, beauty due to being underground.

Lunch and Leisure

When you’ve had your fill of exploration, it’s time to fill your belly with a delicious lunch at your home stay. After that, you’ll officially check-in at your hotel for your stay in the Phong Nha region. Add this exciting excursion to your Vietnam travel itinerary with the help of your Anywhere Local Expert; remember, when you combine your tours, accommodations, and transportation, Anywhere manages (and troubleshoots) all of your vacation’s logistics. Your only responsibility is to enjoy your adventures — like this amazing tour of Vietnam’s Phong Nha Cave.

What to Bring

  • Sunglasses.
  • Sun cream/sunblock.
  • Hiking shoes (the cave can be jagged and slippery).
  • Swimming apparel.

What's included

  • Private transfer.
  • English speaking guide.
  • Boat trip on Son River.
  • Entrance fee to visit Phong Nha Cave.
  • Set menu lunch and drinking water.


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