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1. The cave is so huge it has its own climate
A cave took millions of years to develop. As the largest cave on earth, Son Doong has ecosystem like no other, it has its own tropical forest, a river so deep you can dive in and numerous floras and faunas to study from.
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2. It's an adventure like no other.
Visiting or exploring caves for recreation may be called caving, potholing, or spelunking. At Son Doong, it took four days and an army of help to get you through. Since its public opening in 2013, only 6000+ people have finished the expedition.
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3. The cave has its own river!
In its subterranean river you could canoe, swim and even dive in. The There are still so much more to learn about the cave.
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4. Climb the great wall of Vietnam
From river crossings and a harnessed ascent up the 90-meter-high "Great Wall of Vietnam".
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5. Overnight under the starry night
In the night that you spend in the cave, with weather allowed, you can have a ‘hotel under the bright starry sky’ experience.