Quảng Bình is possibly the slimmest slice of Vietnam, as well as the most unexplored region of this beautiful country. It is a border province in north central Vietnam, helmed in by Laos on one side and the continuous shoreline of the South China Sea on the other. With an illustrious history dating back to battles with the ancient kingdom of Champa, the region was devastated during the decades of the American War. The province is home to many natural wonders, largely unexplored by visitors. The UNESCO World Heritage site of the Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park was created to protect the delicate limestone forest with its numerous caves and grottoes. This interconnected cave system houses the longest underground river, the largest caverns as well as passageways in the world! Add the endless white, sandy beaches like Nhật Lệ to the list, and you have paradise right there before you!
Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park
White Sand Beaches
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Places: Hanoi (2 days) → Halong Bay (1) → Hoi An (2) → Hue (2) → Ho Chi Minh City/Saigon (2)
Tour Highlights: Colonial Buildings, Water Puppet Show, Cyclo Ride, Hanoian Culture, Ancient Architecture, UNESCO World Heritage Site...