The Tu Lan Cave System is located in Minh Hoa District, Quang Binh Province, central Vietnam. The system spreads through 4 valleys covered with primary forests and unnamed rivers. There are magnificent stalagmites and stalactites inside the cave, together with small waterfalls and underground rivers making Tu Lan a unique spot for adventure.
We provide several Phong Nha guided tours offering you the chance to discover Tu Lan cave at your own pace. Tour options include one day to 6 days hikes, ranging from very easy to very hard treks.
This is a Karst center of 200ha next to Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park. Only 3 caves, Tu Lan, Hang Ken and Hang Tien were explored in the 2010 by the British Cave Research Association – BCRA. In 2012 the BCRA expedition came back and explored more caves including Hung Ton cave, Uoi cave, Chuot cave, and a few more caves have been found in 2013 in this area.
The Tu Lan cave system became popular when Carsten Peter (NatGeo photographer) took a photo in Hang Ken that won so many prizes in National Geographic Magazine in 2011. The cave system is now open for tourists and managed by a local caving specialist Oxalis.
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