Paragliding and ziplining are among the four leading adventure tourism experiences that can be enjoyed in Vietnam, typically attracting travelers who are keen to test themselves through activities that require courage, patience, and flexibility.
|Paragliding on the Khau Pha Mountain pass in Yen Bai Province, or on Lang Biang Mountain in Lam Dong Province, are among good suggestions for lovers of adventure. When doing these activities, it is normal for a person to pay between VND1 million to VND2 million, equivalent to between US$43.5 and US$87. (Photo: Hanoi Paragliding)|
|Paragliding offers tourists the chance to witness the stunning beauty of local landscapes from high above.|
|Discovering Son Doong Cave in the central province of Quang Binh represents an experience that most people can only dream of. When visiting the site, travelers must spend US$3,000 on the trip. (Photo: CNN)|
|Taking an adventurous trip to Son Doong Cave requires both health and flexibility from visitors, therefore it requires time for relevant agencies to check the capability of travelers before deciding if they are qualified for the trip or not.|
|Ziplining is a popular outdoor activity that originates as being a form of transport used in high and rugged mountainous areas. From the zipline, visitors can enjoy a variety of stunning natural landscapes while flying through the air at high speeds. (Photo: Divui)|
|Recently ziplining has become a very popular activity in localities such as Lam Dong, Thua Thien Hue, and Quang Binh. The service usually costs VND250,000, equivalent of US$10.9, per person.|
|Scuba diving is unmissable experience that can be done in the country’s pristine waters. Phu Quoc Island in Kien Giang Province and Nha Trang City in Khanh Hoa Province are the top suggestions for places to try this service, which normally costs around VND960,000, equal to US$41.7, per person. (Photo: Phu Quoc Xanh)|
A paragliding festival over terraced rice fields will take place from September 20 to 22 at Khau Pha Pass, Mu Cang Chai district, northern Yen Bai province.
The Guardian has published a list featuring the top 10 best virtual tours of the world’s natural wonders, with Son Doong cave located in Vietnam's Quang Binh Province being named among them.