When you explore the Paradise Cave
You should know that the Paradise Cave opens at 7:30am and closes at 4:30pm. Make sure you wake up early for getting to the cave on time. This will mostly also ensure that there are not many other tourist groups swarming the area. You’d surely want to explore this natural beauty peacefully!
Visitors need to purchase tickets in order to explore the Paradise Cave with the price of VND 250,000 for adult and VND 125,000 for children. You have two ways to explore the cave; through a pre-booked tour or you can do it by yourself. The choice lies with you.
From the ticket counter, you’ll have two options; you can either choose to have a nice walk over 1km to where the hill climb begins or to take an electric golf buggy service (with about VND 15,000 to VND 25,000/ride). Once you receive your ticket, get ready for a 700 meters climb up the hill to the cave’s entrance! As mentioned earlier, the Paradise Cave stands 200 meters above sea level and the entrance to the cave is set on the side of a rather steep hill.
And there it is! You’ll find yourself facing Paradise. Once inside the Paradise Cave, you’ll be on a wooden staircase/boardwalk to descend inside. The mighty scale of the Paradise Cave will leave you astounded, as you continue your descent into the cave. The wooden walk way has been designed and built considering the convenience of visitors and you won’t have to worry about putting on proper footwear like trekking shoes.
The lighting that illuminates the Paradise Cave is quite pleasant and allows you to enjoyably take in the sights of the shimmering stalactites and spectacular stalagmites inside!