Phong Nha ke Bang National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site, known for its many cave systems, old karst mountains, thick green forests and scintillating underground rivers. There are many spectacular caves in the region including the largest cave on the planet. Spread in the region of 10,000 hectares, mostly covered with dense forests, the national park is a thrilling destination to witness a myriad of flora and fauna conserved in an ecosystem ancient limestone structures.
Phong Nha ke Bang National Park is located in the center of Quang Binh province in North Central Vietnam. Huddled with a plethora of huge karst mountains, this park is a heaven for nature lovers, adventure seekers and explorers. The name is derived from Phong Nha Cave which is touted to be the most beautiful one and Ke Bang forest. The wide spectrum of fascinating limestone mountains
hides hundreds of caves and grottoes, of which many are yet to be explored. It contains many activities to push up your adrenaline levels such as trekking, mountain climbing, kayaking and canoeing.