Overview

Itinerary

  • HIGHLIGHT

With only one day, you can still enjoy a challenging trek, a natural swimming pool and see a spectacular cave. Hang Tien, also known as Fairy Cave has an enormous entrance, large calcite formations and unusual rock features.

  • Biggest dry cave
  • Fascinating rocky terrains
  • Jungle trekking
  • Spectacular formations
  • Amazing picnic lunch
  • Gorgeous natural pool

Itinerary

Due to the weather conditions the itinerary may need to be changed at short notice. The paths can be muddy and slippery after rain.

BRIEFING: PHONG NHA – TAN HOA – OXALIS OFFICE

Quick Facts

  • Duration: 1 day tour
  • Availability: Dec to mid-Sep Every Mon, Wed, Fri and Sun
  • Difficulty: Level 3 – Moderate
  • Group size: 2-16 people; 16+ years old
  • Distance: 6km trekking; 1.5km caving; 350m elevation gain; 10m ladder climb

Phong Nha – Tan Hoa – Safety Briefing

You will be picked up from your hotel in Phong Nha between 07:30 – 08:00 AM, for a 1 hour drive to Oxalis office in Tan Hoa, located 70 km from Phong Nha. Here you will have a tour briefing and prepare for the tour.

 

1 HANG TIEN 1 DAY- JOIN TOUR

Rate

Note

  • Caving & safety gear: caving helmet, caving headlight, gloves
  • Basic canvas trekking boots (only if you do not have your own pair) sizes 36 – 46
  • Water and picnic lunch
  • Professional English-speaking tour guide and guide safety assistant
  • Porter to prepare meals and pump water
  • Shared dry box for phones and small cameras (limited availability for larger cameras)
  • Water filter and purifier (used only by guide and porters)
  • Eco-friendly compost toilet using western toilet seat at lunch site
  • First Aid Kit and Medical Rescue Equipment (application by guides and porters only)
  • Dry box is prepared in case of high water level
  • Secure Storage Facility at Oxalis Headquarters to store any luggage you will not be taking on the trek

YOU WILL NEED TO BRING

  • 1 long (easy to dry) pants and 1 long sleeved shirt to wear during the trek (quick dry)
  • 1 pair of trekking boots/shoes – difficult terrain, good footwear necessary
  • 1 change of clothes for after the tour
  • 1 pair of calf-length densely woven socks (not ankle socks!)
  • Personal items: mosquito repellent, sunglasses, hat, camera