Timings : Wednesday - Sunday: 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM, 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Time Required : 1 Hour
Entry Fee : No Entry Fee
The Hang Coc Bo cave and surrounding area is considered sacred ground with respect to the Vietnamese revolution.
The Coc Bo Cave is where Ho Chi Minh took shelter in after re-entering Vietnam in January 1941. It was one of the most remote parts of the country, 3 km from the Chinese border. The cave is set amidst limestone mountains and evergreen forests filled with a variety of flora and fauna. During his short-lived stay in the cave, Ho Chi Minh spent his time writing poetry and translating texts of Karl Marx. The cave acts an important tourist destination. A narrow stone paths leads upto it, after which you are allowed to enter the mouth of the cave but not traverse past the entrance.
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