The World’s Largest Cave Where You Will Find River, Clouds And Much More Inside.


Nature has it’s own beauty and adventures. God has made the nature so beautiful that we can’t take our eyes off from it! The world’s largest cave, the mammoth Hang Son Doong in Vietnam, is a relative babe-in-arms when it comes to natural history: The cavern was first discovered in 1991, then lost, then found again before it was first explored in 2009. But less than a decade later, environmentalists are scrambling to save the site from thousands of tourists and a development company set on thrusting a cable car into its depths.

Inside Hang Son Doong, the world's largest caves in Vietnam

Located in Phong Nha-Ke Bang national park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Son Doong stretches more than 5.5 miles underground, reaches heights of 650 feet and is home to its own jungle, ecosystem and river. Just one tour company has a concession to venture into the cave, and only a few hundred people are allowed inside the fragile environment every year. But that could soon change.

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 In 2014, a group of local activists helped stave off a proposal to build a $212 million, 6.5 mile-long cable car throughout Phong Nha-Ke Bang park that would traverse parts of Son Doong. The announcement drew widespread condemnation despite assurances from the cable car company, Sun Group, that it would be an environmentally friendly way to view the park that’d bring “thousands of jobs for the poor local people.”

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Any plans at Son Doong would likely echo another project, completed by another company last year, at the country’s Mount Fansipan, one of the tallest peaks in the region. The site is now home to a cable car that cut a journey that used to take three days on foot down to 20 minutes. The system can now bring 2,000 people to the summit every hour, and, like the country’s iconic Ha Long Bay, has become a hive of tourist activity.

Environmentalists fear that if the Son Doong project were to go forward. It would bring hordes of tourists to a pristine ecosystem protected by its relative unreachability. A Facebook group operating under the name Save Son Doong has called on the Vietnamese government. To again reject the proposal, saying the “project must be stopped before it has a huge and damaging impact on the Son Doong cave. And the ecosystem of the entire Phong Nha-Ke Bang national park,” a petition organized by the group says.

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Those concerns were echoed by the British Cave Research Association. The group that declared Son Doong the largest of its kind. And, alongside the explorer Howard Limbert, led the first expedition to the site.

This cave is so amazing that I feel like jumping into it! if you ever get a chance to explore this gorgeous cave, do visit and share your experiences. Read the next article, Rabbit Hole In UK Lead To Mysterious Medieval Caves!! Watch Video