Adventurous and challenging, but once you have conquered Tu Lan cave, the natural beauty here will make you remember forever.
Tu Lan cave belongs to Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park (Quang Binh), belongs to the core zone of the national park, close to Son Doong cave – the largest cave in the world. Tu Lan tourism not only has majestic caves, but also has the story of thousands of people who go through the forest day and night to keep the forest intact.
Lost in the colorful beauty of Ly Trach flower village
Visitors can visit Tu La cave in the period from February to May, when the weather in Quang Binh is “most afternoon”, but can also visit here on rainy days at the end of the year. It seems that the rain makes this place more beautiful: the sky is clean, the trees are green, the clouds are indifferently bending around the clouds.
Because of the adventurous and challenging nature, when going into Tu Lan cave, visitors need a professional guide to ensure no dangerous mistakes.
To explore the Tu Lan Cave system, visitors need to cross grasslands, green valleys, dense tropical forests, conquer steep mountain slopes and swim through underground rivers that hide many secrets. of caves.
However, when overcoming the same message of difficulties, the natural beauty waiting ahead really makes people not want to leave. That’s why, despite being adventurous and challenging, Tu Lan cave still has a special attraction for many tourists, attracting a large number of visitors and visitors.
However, the prerequisite when visiting Tu Lan cave is to be fully prepared in terms of health, spirit of steel and especially to preserve the natural landscape here as much as possible for the beauty of the landscape. This is always beautiful, clean and intact as the first day.