Bo Nau Cave or Pelican Cave lies far from 2-3km southeast of Trong Mai Islet in Halong Bay, northeast Vietnam. This vaulted grotto covers 200m2. The floor of the cave is wide and flat but not deep and its wall features lots of stalactites and stalagmites.

Bo Nau Cave is one of the beautiful caves in Ha Long Bay. At the entrance are three stones, looking like three fairies with their heads close to one another. Two men appear to be playing chess, with the third serving as a referee.

The name Bo Nau or Bo Nong is associated with the fact that pelicans often take shelter in this cave. If Dau Go Cave lies completely inside the island, Pelican cave opens its mouth at the side of the island. Stalactites fall down from the roof of the grotto in different clusters.

Meanwhile stalagmites grow up in different shapes and layers. Turning southward, Bo Nau cave enjoys cool wind. Standing there, one can hear the murmur of the sea all year round.

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