Hoang Linh Hotel

01 Mac Dinh Chi Street , Dong Hoi, Vietnam | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dong Hoi

Hidden Beauty - the Caves of Vietnam

A travel blog entry by christine_n_den


... Thus we saw most of the cave from a boat. There is a wonderful beach near the mouth of the cave; it was fun to sit on the beach in a cave. Both caves extend far beyond where tourists are allowed; Paradise cave is 31 kilometres long!

Hang En cave is a different beast than Phong Nha or Paradise. In order to reach the cave we had to trek 12 kilometres through the jungle. On the way to the cave, the sun was shining, and ...

Hoi An, hue and caves.

A travel blog entry by jessredfern22


... to have travelled a lot with Matt and an Aussie girl called Liz. We all played cards that night when a local 6 year old boy joined in. He was so good he completely wiped the floor with me haha. The next day we all got in a boat to an outstandingly beautiful cave with amazing stalactites and just laughed the whole way round. We ended up all lying in a circle with our heads together talking about all sorts whilst looking at the cave. One story started with ...

Cold dark paradise

A travel blog entry by ben.taggartryan


... guides told us to strip off. Right, so, I should explain, we arrived at the station where you hire the guide and the kayaks from at about 10 o'clock all freezing cold and were told to get all our clothes off and only leave swim wear on. People weren't particularly happy about it and to tell you the truth we all thought the local guides were taking the ****.

Having said that, after 10 mins or so though we all arrived showing more skin than we ...

Phong Nha Ke National Park

A travel blog entry by jessiepoo


... to having muddy hands haha!! When we got to the end we all turned out the lights on our head torches and had a massive mud fight that was scary, yet fun! On the way back we had swum in the caves which was actually magically, cold at times and warm in other places (people were probably weeing!). I am really looking forward to seeing Luke's go pro footage! Liz got some awesome pics of this trip which I shall load for everyone to see. To get out ...

Amazing Caves!

A travel blog entry by nlmiller55


... colour! It was a lovely setting of rice fields, mountains and the turqoise waters.

After a short journey across to Phong Nha caves we arrived and joined up with 3 locals who too wanted to see the caves. This meant that our bost become cheaper and we only had to pay around 1.30 gbp each. The entrance ticket cost 80,000 vnd, just over 2 GBP.

It was quite a distant on the boat to the cave and it was windy and choppy. The cave itself once we ...


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