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    Vietnam’s central highlands boast endless mountains and valleys and the diverse cultures of its ethnic minority people.


  • First-ever volcanic cave trip launched

    Tours to Vietnam’s first-ever volcanic cave network, which was recently discovered in Krong No district in the central highlands province of Dak Nong, have been opened by the Young Generation Limited Company. Consisting of 12 caves, the volcanic cave system is the largest in Southeast Asia. The new tour enables visitors to discover the C3 Cave, which measures 594 metres in length, is cylindrical in shape, and is Southeast Asia’s second longest, according to the Japan Caving Association (JCA), which has conducted exhaustive exploration of and research on the system for several years. Meanwhile, C6 Cave, located in a forest, has several beautiful old trees, lava banks, lava flows, and sinkholes, as well as hardened basalt lava from millions of years ago. Tourists will also have the chance to enjoy gong performances by the M’Nong ethnic minority people and visit other local scenic spots. The cave system is still being examined to prepare a proposal for turning it into a national geographical park as well as gaining UNESCO recognition as a global geographical park.

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