The explorers from England have found out 39 caves with 17km in length. It belongs to cave systems of Phong Nha- Ke Bang National Park (Quang Binh province).
“In May 7th, 2014 the explorers of Association of Caves Royal Britain, Ha Noi University of Science and Phong Nha National Park carried out a survey and discovered the caves from March 16th, 2014,” Phong Nha- Ke Bang’s management said.
Through this exploration lasted till April, 2014, the explorers have discovered 39 caves with 17km in length, raise the total of number Caves in Phong Nha – Ke Bang up to 300 caves. There are 3 most important caves: May Cave with 1.100 metre in length, Vuc Moi Cave with 213 metre in height and Lan Cave with 1.230 metre in length.
Beside, A Ky Cave, which is 1.260 metre in length, has a stream inside. It is hydrography systems coming from Laos. The new Cave systems have many kinds of pattern. Such as: Dry or doline caves,…
This is 16th exploration from 24 years until now. The explorers have discovered 200 kilometre in total of length. Phong Nha- Ke Bang is going to become one of the most important cave systems in Asia and the whole world.
Previously, cavers explored and completed the calculation at two biggest caves: Hang En cave and Son Doong cave and hundred other surrounding caves. Recently, the authorities are studied and going to allow some testing tours trekking to Hang En cave 2 days and Son Doong Cave tour from 3-6 days.