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A brief climb to the entry of cave but no demand for runners/trainers - sandals look beautiful. Rather a little cave but well worth a trip. Right after leaving the cave, you are able to make the way of yours down to a tiny humanmade...More
I'm not really into caves, but compared to that I liked this one. It is fairly small and easy to access / walk through. The formations inside are interesting. Perhaps I enjoyed this one because we were mostly alone with our guide, I imagine it...More
These caves are a popular stop off point for tourists on the many boats plying Halong Bay. There is a steep pathway leading up to the caves before you finally enter, but it is manageable for most able-bodied people. Once inside, the geology is captivating....More
This is a really enjoyable experience to do whilst exploring Halong Bay. It isn’t much of an effort to do but has some interesting sights located inside the cave. Would recommend this to anyone able to do this.
Thien Canh Son Cave is the only cave in the Bai Tu Long area of Halong Bay, so it is included on most of the cruise boats itineraries that are licensed to operate in this area.
But Thien Canh Son is a dark, dank and...More
Loads of tourists on this small cave island. It's very crowded and there isn't that much to see. The most exciting part of our little trip here (literally a 60 min stopover) was seeing a little snake crawling across the steps.
There's also a nice...More