Son Doong cave in Vietnam is one of the most beautiful natural caves and the largest ever found in the world. Son Doong cave complex of Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park, located in Son Trach, Bo Trach district, Quang Binh province of Vietnam Son Doong cave is one of the largest natural cave ever found in the world. Son Doong cave was first discovered in 1991 by a local named Ho Khanh, followed by a team of British cavers lead by Howard Limbert in 2009. With sections reaching up to 200 metres high, Son Doong Cave also spans 9 km in length, making it about two times bigger than Malaysia’s Deer Cave. The cave is also home to a variety of wildlife, including monkeys, bats and flying foxes.
These little round seeds alive in Son Doong cave accidentally formed when mineral water dripping from the cave ceiling too fast during forming stalagmites. In the cave, the explorers even find a primeval forest vegetation with extremely rich and varied Beauty can make any traveler must also overwhelmed The press and the international media has repeatedly reported on the cave masterpiece of Vietnam Photographer Ryan Deboodt decided to exploring and returning to the impressive image of the trip to visit the cave Son Doong and his articles are published in DailyMail.
Great combination of water and limestone rocks created strange shapes Son Doong cave has overtaken Malaysia Deer Cave and become the world’s largest natural Annually, this cave attracts many tourists from many countries and regions