A modest farmer found an unknown cave in 1991 in Vietnam’s Phon Nha-Ke Bang National Park.
The man was so afraid of the deafening roar of water at the entry that he dared not investigate.
It seems that the choice to go deep within was first made in 2009 by a group of British scientists. What had they found?
a marvelous, self-contained environment of 150 meters in width and 5 kilometers in length.
The cave is home to plants, animals, clouds, and lakes!
There are small lakes with emerald-colored water, the best sand beaches on earth, and a river that flows through the entire cave.
The images are breathtaking!