Update news Quang Binh
VietNamNet Bridge – Authorities in Central Quang Binh Province will officially open the world's biggest cave, Son Doong, for tourism by January, 2015. This follows a successful pilot programme this year.
Even the oldest men in Phu Tho Village, Quang Binh do not know when the loc vung forest first appeared. The trees, which surround their village, have been protecting the residents from scorching sun, rains, storms and even enemy bullets.
VietNamNet Bridge – It's unfortunate to admit, but travelling through Viet Nam can sometimes be hit and miss. As a fairly seasoned explorer, I've had my fair share of blips on the itinerary, like Hai Phong or "grim Vinh",
VietNamNet Bridge – Tour operator Oxalis on June 25 launched trekking tours of Tu Lan cave system in the central province of Quang Binh, with offers of up to four days for adventure lovers.
VietNamNet Bridge – Only 164 people visited the natural masterpiece, Son Doong cave, located in the heart of Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park, a UNESCO-recognised nature heritage site, in the first half of this year.
VietNamNet Bridge –Last week Viet Nam News asked readers whether they had any plans to explore the world's largest cave, Son Doong, in central Quang Binh Province, and for suggestions on how to balance exploration with preservation.
VietNamNet Bridge – The less developed Central region of Viet Nam harvests distinct cultural values and natural masterpieces largely unknown to outsiders.
VietNamNet Bridge – Forming part of the UNESCO-recognised Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Tien Son cave is currently reckoned the most attractive destination in central Quang Binh Province.
The central province of Quang Binh will trial tours to Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park by helicopter from April 20 to May 5.
VietNamNet Bridge – A group of locals in central Quang Binh Province believe they have discovered a new cave, adding to the province's already extensive network of caverns.