So it is a hike up the stairs but well worth it as the caves are very cool. The formations were great and undamaged. The views from the lookout really highlight how stunning Laos is.
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Long is around 100 m, 147 steps. many stalactite and stalagmite, it is the image like Dinosaur, Can look over view of Vanvieng
Headed to this cave today as it was the only one I was going to have the opportunity to visit whilst in VV. Very easy to get to.. head to Vang Vieng Resort and pay a toll to cross the bridge (varies, but I only...More
Cave is expensive, but there's a great swimming spot just before! Although we did not go to the cave itself because of the quite high entrance fee, there is an amazing little stream coming out of a cave in which you can swim. It's just...More
This caves must be better without human affected, they even build the stair, the electric wire and water pipe are everywhere, i went to the caves in Phong Nha Viet Nam, very natural beauty and less affected by human,thats why i feel so disappointed about...More
Easily walkable from Vang Vieng this is a large, impressive cave with lots of cool natural features. The last ascent is up quite a few steepish steps, but it's well worth the effort. We spent lots of time exploring it's nooks and crannies!
This cave was used as a hiding place for the locals during the Vietnam war. In addition to stalagmites & stalactites there are two shrines, one Buddhist and one Animistic.
You can take a hot & dusty walk from the center of town or a tuk-tuk for a dollar. There are two entrance fees (that don't add to much): one for a property that is crossed and a second for the site. Before you get...More
Of all the caves I visited in Lao, cambodia, ha long bay, and areas of thailand - this is by far the most impressive and had less than 6 people in the entire caves during my tour. It really is massive and keeps going further...More