Grab your gear, and head into the wilderness. Join our Hang Tien Exploration over 3 days and 2 nights. The exhilarating tropical jungle trekking and remarkable cave exploration will excite you in every way.
Come and explore Hang En and Hang Lanh Caves, located within the Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park. Hang En is one of our famous caves that have been featured within National Geographic, The New York Times, and recently on
Good Morning America, as well as in Pan (2015), a film by Warner Bros. Entertainment (Hollywood). This tour will give you opportunity to experience caving, trekking and camping in the middle of the jungle!
The Hang Tien Endeavor is a great combination of jungle trekking, caving, and outdoor camping adventure. As the largest cave in Tu Lan cave system, Hang Tien is famed for its enormous size and spectacular formations.
The majestic cave known as Hang Tien, or “Fairy Cave”, has previously only been viewable on the Tu Lan Expedition. It is now showcased as the star of our 1 day tour.
Come and explore Hang En and Hang Lanh Caves, located within the Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park, and spend the night underground in its massive chamber below thousands of darting swifts.
This adventure tour offers the perfect balance between trekking, caving, climbing, squeezing and swimming, combined with enough time to enjoy two spectacular campsites over three-days and two-nights!
This tour offers a glimpse into the amazing beauty of the Tu Lan area: caves, karst mountains, jungle, and waterfalls. It is an opportunity to escape civilization and go deep into the rugged and untouched nature of Vietnam for two-days and one-night with a professional English-speaking guide and jungle porter team.
With only one day, you will have the chance to explore Tu Lan Cave System’s untamed jungle & limestone mountain region. This is well-known as the home of the Hollywood blockbuster movie Kong: Skull Island (2017) which is listed as the best war movie of the year by ABC News.
Jordan Vogt-Roberts – the film director of Kong: Skull Island once said: “The world will pay attention because they will see how beautiful this place is; they will travel, discover and fall in love with it like the way that I did”.