Va and Nuoc Nut caves through American photographer’s lens

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Va and Nuoc Nut caves through American photographer’s lens
Va and Nuoc Nut caves through American photographer’s lens
VietNamNet Bridge – Famous for taking photos inside Son Doong Cave, photographer Ryan Deboodt is also well-known for capturing impressive shots of the caves in the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, including Va and Nuoc Nut caves.

Tours to explore Va and Nuoc Nut caves will be featured beginning July. It is considered to be new and attractive destinations for both domestic and foreign tourists, alike.

The tourists would get a chance to see beautiful stalactites.

Especially at Va Cave, the stalactites have formed around hard objects such as pieces of wood and sand at the bottom of the lake. The calcium from the water covers these hard substances, and over time, the stalactites become larger.

Va and Nuoc Nut caves through American photographer’s lens
Va and Nuoc Nut caves through American photographer’s lens

The Va and Nuoc Nut caves have the same water source as the Son Doong Cave, which has been recognised as the largest cave in the world.

The Va and Nuoc Nut caves were examined in 2000 by the British Caving Association.

In the first six months of the year, the province welcomed 1.7 million tourists, 29,300 of whom were foreigners.

Quang Binh province was ranked eighth among the top 52 ideal destinations on the planet and the first in Asia in 2014, in a list published by the New York Times magazine.