Explore the fascinating jungle and cave area of Tu Lan, located 70km North-West of Phong Nha accompanied by an expert English-speaking guide and local jungle man. You’ll explore untouched HungTon Cave and Hang Kim Cave (discovered by an Oxalis tourist in 2012!), cross shallow rivers and trek 5km through dense jungle that is rich with butterflies and birdlife. Currently, one of the hottest one-day tours in Vietnam, it promises an action-packed day for budding explorers and trekkers.
Safety is absolutely paramount on all trips operated by Oxalis Adventure Tours and you will be provided with a helmet, life jacket, headlight and trekking boots (sizes 38 – 46). It is highly recommended that you wear long pants and a long sleeved shirt if possible.
Adventure level: Moderate (6km)
Highlights: Primary forest; Hang Chuot Cave; La Ken valley; Hung Ton Cave; swimming in Hung Ton cave; To Mo valley and waterfall.
Trekking gear: Helmet, Trekking Boots (sizes 38-46), Headlight, Life Jacket
07:30 - Pick up from Phong Nha hotel and transfer to Oxalis HQ for briefing and equipment.
08:30 - Depart for Tan Hoa Village.
10:00 - Arrive in Tan Hoa and start trekking to Hung Ton Valley.
11:30 - Explore Hung Ton Cave and either swim through cave or trek over hill to reach To Mo Valley.
12:30 - Lunch and Swimming at To Mo Valley
13:30 - Explore a small part of Hang Kim.
14:30 - Trek back to Tan Hoa.
16:00 - Cold drinks at local homestay in Tan Hoa Village.
16:30 - Depart Tan Hoa Village.
18:00 - Arrive in Phong Nha and transfer to Hotel.
Price & Availability: Only VND1,793,500 or US$85 per person with daily departures (minimum 1 pax, maximum 12 pax). * Client is responsible for associated banking fees/processing fees
Tour Includes: Picnic Lunch, Entrance Fees, Trekking Gear, Tour Guide, Porter, Transport and VAT.
Tour Excludes: Hotel (before/after the tour), Breakfast, Dinner, Personal Expenses and Insurance.
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Note: This tour is closed during September to mid November every year due to weather condition