WHY JUNGLE BOSS?
We don’t just host adventure tours in Phong Nha, we want to help you get to know the world better by introducing you to people, places, and things you may have never known of before. Our friendly staff are always happy to help you sort your adventures in Phong Nha, and beyond. This is your life, let us help you have fun! You can learn more about Jungle Boss and our team here.
WHY PHONG NHA?
The epicenter for caving adventure tours is in World Heritage-listed Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. It contains the oldest karst mountains in Asia, and the region is scattered with cave systems – with many still being discovered! Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is home to the 1st, 3rd, and 4th largest caves in the world! You can also read our blog post to learn about other things to do in Phong Nha.
WHY VIETNAM CAVES?
Vietnam underground is always a hidden charm. The limestone system gives more chance to find more caves. For many years, people have been looking for caves and the underground system. There are more than 350 caves found in Vietnam including the world’s largest cave, hang Son Doong. Not many people have been in caves in Vietnam. It’s your time to have a great lifetime experience in Vietnam.
1 day tour
If you are seeking a taste of the caves and really don’t have enough time then we recommend a one-day cave and jungle trek. We currently have three tour options for you to select, each with a slightly different style and suitability.
2 day tours
Our most popular cave adventures start from two-days providing an immersive jungle and caving adventure, each targeting a slightly different kind of adventure-seeker, or perfect for those who want to combine a couple of tours to see different caves and areas on one trip to Phong Nha.
3 day tours
Now, if you really want to increase the adventure and soak up the wild jungle of Vietnam, with plenty of time to relax and enjoy the area, we highly recommend a three-day tour to explore the Tiger Cave System which includes the 4th largest cave and Kong Collapse – one of the deepest sinkhole on earth