Thursday, December 23, 2021

Phong Nha - Ke Bang is the world's outstanding destination in 2022

The travel magazine AFAR recently announced the 39 most outstanding destinations in the world in 2020. Vietnam is on the list with a representative from Quang Binh province.

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Besides Phong Nha - Ke Bang (Quang Binh), AFAR magazine (USA) also introduced many outstanding tourist destinations in the world such as Ten archipelago with 10,000 islands (Florida, USA), Karoo (South Africa), Ibadan (Nigeria), Goa (India), Tokorozawa town (Japan)...

Phong Nha - Ke Bang was introduced by AFAR magazine as a famous tourist destination in Central Vietnam, attracting adventurous travelers. Since 2013, the tours here have become more known when Son Doong cave has continuously appeared on the world tourist map and the tour here has also been put into professional operation.

With an area of 123,326 hectares, Phong Nha - Ke Bang is the largest national park in Vietnam. Photo: AFAR.

Answering AFAR, the representative of Oxalis Adventure (Quang Binh) hopes to launch new adventure tours in 2022, which are no less high-class trips than the Son Doong discovery tour.

Referring to the new tours in Phong Nha, the visit to Hang Ba can be mentioned. Visitors will go through 5 caves with limestone chambers and giant stalactites. The trip is assisted by a tour guide. In this tour, visitors will experience swimming, windsurfing, camping and trekking...

Howard Limbert, who has led the Son Doong expedition since the 1990s, shared with Afar: “I have long wanted professional expedition tours like this. Previously, going from Phong Nha village to the cave clusters took more than half a day. Now visitors can easily travel in 5-6 hours."

Limbert believes that Phong Nha - Ke Bang can become an example of the conservation of natural tourist areas in Vietnam. "Thanks to the efforts to preserve the cave, maximize the local human resources for the positions of guides and support expeditions, the rate of illegal logging has decreased, making an impact on the environment protection movement," added Howard Limbert.

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