THE PHONG NHA KE BANG NATIONAL PARK
Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park is an outstanding destination that showcases some of the most incredible landscape sites in Vietnam and even Southeast Asia as the park, listed by UNESCO, is the most exceptional limestone karst ecosystem in the world. A destination dedicated to nature yet perfectly combined with the discovery of the historical remains of the Vietnam War.
The most exceptional limestone karst ecosystem in the world
Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2003, has and protects more than 104 km of caves and underground rivers, making it one of the most exceptional limestone karst ecosystems in the world. The oldest large karst region in Asia, the area is home to a large number of species of fauna and flora and more than 800 species of vertebrates have been recorded, including 154 mammals, 117 reptiles, 58 amphibians, 314 birds and 170 fish. Several globally threatened species are also present: 133 species of plants and 104 species of vertebrates have been recorded, including several large mammals such as the endangered giant muntjac, the clouded leopard, and the critically endangered saola. As you can see, when you go to Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park you enter a unique, natural sanctuary of great value.