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After kayaking a beautiful 5 kilometers down the Nam Song River, we arrived at a crowded, rocky beach where we docked, then came across a bridge to the cave. The big cavern looked, and was, spectacular. I have to say that we were VERY lucky...More
We enjoyed tubing through this cave as part of a larger tour around Vang Vieng. It was fun and definitely a different experience to other cave visits we’ve done. The cave is quite dark even with the head torches provided, so you don’t really get...More
Buy a ticket in Vang Vieng then they will pick you up and drive you to the cave.
You are going to get wet so take appropriate clothes or swim wear.
They supply head torch and Tube and a cave leader to look after you...More
This was a first for me tubing through a cave and I thoroughly enjoyed it, if you turn your head light off the experience goes to another level as the darkness is intense, only grumble I have is it only takes about 30 minutes.
Don’t expect to be doing this activity for a long time as it only really takes 30mins at most.
It was pretty cool to do as I’d never done something like this before but having the opportunity to really look around was limited due to...More
Tubing through the cave was a great experience for us. It's something that you don't get to do every day, and was very enjoyable. The cave is very beautiful, and spacious so you don't get clastrophobic even though there are many people in there at...More
We read the good reviews about this place so decided to hire a scooter and we drove ourselves over to the cave. We paid 10,000 kip to cross over the bridge into the 'cave complex' and then another 15,000 kip to hire a headtorch, life...More
We were lucky enough to tag along with another tour group that combined both this cave and tubing. The combined cost for both that the group got was 120000 kip. Our cave experience was guided, which was helpful. The tour started with us getting equipped...More
VVTV is a travel agency, yes, it located near the corner of Bamboo cafe & bar and Sakura bar. Actually, we planned too short time for Vangvieng. In 1 day, we did not have enough time for all. Finally, we choosed a 8am to 5pm... More
VVTV is a travel agency, yes, it located near the corner of Bamboo cafe & bar and Sakura bar. Actually, we planned too short time for Vangvieng. In 1 day, we did not have enough time for all. Finally, we choosed a 8am to 5pm tour with full of activities (zipline, watercave, kayaking). So we missed the Phukham cave and blue lagoon. However, our time in Vangvieng is still unforgettable!