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Old 07-11-2013, 12:55 AM   #1
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Ride the Ho Chi Minh Trail & The Ultimate Adventure to the Largest Cave of the World

Hello AdventureRider, Are you thinking about riding in Vietnam, from Fanxipan, on Ho Chi Minh Trail to Hue, Da Nang and Saigon? Or just packing for a Jungle Marathon 2014? You name your roads. We have a news for you, check it if you think riding in Jungle, or even in a caves, will fit you tomorrow.

Son Doong Cave, the largest cave in the world is now open for you!


Son Doong Cave is in the heart of the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park in Quang Binh province. This incredible cave was only explored in 2009/2010 by the British Cave Research Association. Situated in the deep jungle, the entrance to the cave was found by a local jungle man Mr Ho Khanh.
Son Doong Cave is now the largest cave in the world and has understandably been the attention of many film companies such as the BBC (films, 2009), National Geographic (one film and many big shots, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012), Japanese (NHK film, 2012), HongKong (film, great shots, Spring 2013) and Brazilian, Singapore, New Zealand teams currently.


Son Doong cave is unlike any other caves on the planet. Inside this giant cave are two huge daylight windows which allows the light to enter many parts of the cave. At the base of these windows are large jungles which use the available light and so trees up to 30m tall are present. But Son Doong is not only about its immense size, the cave has amazing examples of some of the best speleothems in the world. Giant stalagmites up to 80m high and enormous rimstone pools are present throughout the cave. There are also excellent examples of giant cave pearls and a newly discovered side passage is full of large fossils over 300 million years old. As well as rare species of plants in the cave a number of new species of animals have recently been discovered. Monkeys, hornbills and flying foxes have all been seen in the jungle section of the caves.


The Government of Quang Binh Province has just approved pilot tours to Hang Son Doong from now until the end of August 2014 and after that will be the official opening of Hang Son Doong. Oxalis has been appointed as the sole tour organizer for Son Doong during the pilot scheme. No other travel agent is able to bring tourists to Hang Son Doong except Oxalis. (July 2013). Oxalis will provide you with complete safety and caving equipment to recognised European standards, to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience. The tours and the destination are also featured in National Geographic Magazine in 2011, Lonely Planet 2012..


Check it and think about it. We care you from now on: oxalis.com.vn/oxalis


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