We all have a list of places that we would like to visit in our lifetime. For many, this includes traveling to Egypt to visit the Great Pyramids, or to China to see the Great Wall.
But you might want to revise your list and include traveling to Vietnam, home to the Phong Nha-Ke Bang national park. While you may have never heard of this place, it’s truly out of this world.
The Phong Nha-Ke Bang park in Vietnam contains some of the most beautiful natural wonders on the planet.
The gorgeous views and its inaccessibility makes it a popular destination for adventurers.
There are more than 300 caves and grottos in the park, all made almost entirely of limestone.
The texture of the limestone makes the views inside the cave one of a kind.
The caves were discovered in 1991 by a local farmer, but were not open to the public until 2013.
Because of its vast size, many of these caves in the park have never been fully explored.
Inside the caves are steep mountains with sensational views.
They’re also rife with stalagmites and stalactites.
The caves and park contain a diverse array of plant life, making it a biologist’s dream come true.
The effects of the natural erosion almost make the entire place look like an art museum.
There are guided tours of the caves that include an overnight camp.
Doesn’t this look like something out of a movie?
This one is definitely going on the bucket list!
These photographs are just spectacular. What an amazing place!
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