In Vietnam, a farmer found a cave, deep in the jungle. This cave was discovered in 1991 but nobody explored that cave. It is named “Son Doong” meaning “Mountain River Cave.”
This cave is literally amazing, 87 miles long and contains its own environment.
Yes, it has its own animal life, trees, lakes, beaches, and a river. You won’t believe that this cave consists of rare pearl formed by water. It is attracting a huge tourist and everyone is liking its serenity.
So what are you waiting for, let’s witness the amazing charm of this cave. We have compiled a few pictures of this cave which We have compiled few pictures of this cave which will definitely touch your heart.
By Nerti U. Qatja, @VOP_Today – Source Monika Agrawal, wittyfeed.com
‘Son Doong’ is located in the Phon Nha Ke Bang national park, about 280 miles south of Hanoi.
Everything is natural in this cave including the incarnations.
Son Doong is the largest cave in the world! It has a mesmerizing beauty
Son Doong Cave is finally open to guided tours, but make sure you have a guide along with you, otherwise you will probably get lost in this cave!
This cave is perfect for trekking. Even ‘the event National Geographic Your Shot’ was held at this place for two days.
Son Doong cave reaches a height of 200 meters and is stretched wide by 80 meters.
A half-mile block of 40-story buildings could fit inside this lit stretch of Hang Son Doong, which may be the world’s biggest subterranean passage.
This cave has it’s own climate, river and jungle!
Isn’t this beautiful?
This cave is awe-inspiring in itself, holding the very largest caverns in the world.
This image was taken at the forest-shrouded entrance of the cave where Moss-slick boulders and a 30-foot drop test author Mark Jenkins is standing.
This cave has it’s own beauty and you can witness it’s height like this!
If you are planning to visit Vietnam, don’t forget to witness this new world of the cave!