A new cave has recently been discovered in Vietnam’s far north province of Ha Giang. Known as San To Cave, the cave system is split into three branches, the third of which measures 600m long, 40m wide, and 30m high. Offering magnificent scenes and various shapes of stalactites and stalagmites, San To Cave can be combined with the visit to the Dong Van Stone Plateau – recognized as World Geological Park by UNESCO.
Northern Vietnam is teeming with culture and adventurous experiences. Siutated along a mountainous border shared with China and widely known as Vietnam’s final frontier, Ha Giang province present opportunities to immerse in distant cultures and interact with more than 20 ethnic minorities living in remote hilltribes remote hilltribes.
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