1. The explorers from England have found out 39 caves with 17km in length. It belongs to cave systems of Phong Nha- Kẻ Bàng National Park (Quang Binh province)
2. “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 PhongNha- Ke Bang up to 300 caves. There are 3 most important caves: May Cave with 1.100metre in length, VucMoi Cave with 213metre 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. PhongNha- 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 2days and Son Doong Cave tour from 3-6 days