Embark on a journey to explore the enchanting beauty of Vietnam’s 4 remarkable caves. From the mystical Hang Địa Linh to the historic Hang Nấu Rượu, these caves hold tales of nature’s wonders and human heritage. Discover the legend of Hang Ba Giọt, where love and destiny intertwine, and experience the unique formations of Hang Sáng – Hang Tối in the Lan Ha Bay. Get ready for an adventure like no other

1. The Earth Spirit Cave – An Underground Treasure Trove

Hidden deep within the earth, with a length of nearly 300 meters, the Earth Spirit Cave is truly a precious treasure trove. Nowhere else can compare to the splendid beauty of the stalactites found here. In the past, this cave was known as the Treasure Cave, and that was no coincidence. When you step inside, you’ll feel like you’re entering a fossilized treasure trove. The stalactites here remain intact and pristine, gleaming like diamonds, gold, and jade. When the light shines on the stalactites, they radiate like sparkling mercury, creating an incredibly mystical and sacred space.

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2. The Wine Brewing Cave – An Ancient Tale on Hoa Lu Land

With a length of 250 meters, the Wine Brewing Cave derives its name from a distant legend. According to the legend, this cave contains an underground water vein more than 10 meters deep, leading to the ancient capital of Hoa Lu. It was once a place where our ancestors came to fetch water for brewing wine for kings and princes. This is evidenced by the discoveries of various tools and utensils related to wine brewing inside the cave, along with oral traditions passed down by the local people.

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3. The Three Drops Cave – Monument of Love

Located in Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, the Three Drops Cave is a famous destination in Ninh Binh province, designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2014. The Three Drops Cave stands out not only for its unique colors of stalactites but also for a poignant ancient love story. It is said that a prince fell in love with a princess, and their love story was full of tragedy. When the prince visited the Three Drops Cave, he bathed and then took his own life at the Silk Cave. This love story moved the stalactites in the cave to tears as well. Nowadays, it is said that if you catch three drops of water from the small stalactites in the Three Drops Cave in your palm, you will encounter luck and happiness in love.

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4. The Light Cave – The Dark Cave – Immersing in the Pristine Beauty

The Light Cave and the Dark Cave are unique landmarks in Lan Ha Bay. What sets them apart is that they are not formed on the water’s surface; instead, they are created by various islands, forming an exceptionally unique cave system. To explore these caves, visitors can paddle kayaks or rowboats into the cave area. The compact size of these boats makes it easy for you to explore the Light and Dark Caves and immerse yourself in the untouched beauty and fresh air of this place. However, please note that the Dark Cave may be affected by tidal water levels, so it’s advisable to check the visiting times before going.

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When you set foot in these locations, you’ll have the opportunity to experience wonderful moments and explore the unique natural beauty of Vietnam. Wishing you an exciting journey!

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