Phong Nha Hotel

Address: Dong Hoi, Vietnam | Hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPhong Nha Hotel Dong Hoi

    Reviewed by sayfriend

    Brilliant experience

    Reviewed Sep 9, 2012
    by (7 reviews) Pune , India Flag of India

    The farmstay is situated at an amazing location next to rice fields...the general environment is laid back and relaxing..beds are clean and it also has a swimming is run by a friendly australian guy, Ben. Do take his tours as it will be the most non-traditional and exciting tour.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Phong Nha Hotel Dong Hoi

    2.00 of 5 stars Fair

    Travel Blogs from Dong Hoi

    Phong Nha National Park

    A travel blog entry by kathrynnisbet on Aug 29, 2015

    30 photos

    ... levels make it impossible for the boats to pass certain points. On the way back we stopped at a ‘beach’ and walked the rest of the way through the cave. During the war this cave was used as a hospital.

    We then hopped back into the mini bus and went to the next cave, the dark cave. Before we went in we had lunch which was make your own spring rolls, served on a big dish.


    Panoramas along the HoChi Minh Trail

    A travel blog entry by midge_david on Aug 20, 2015

    8 photos

    ... wasn't (the 1968 Tet Offensive which simultaneously attacked US bases, and the US embassy, all over South Vietnam was planned in the back rooms of a small soup restaurant, Pho Binh in Saigon, which was a favourite of US GIs).
    Today the Trail is paved. At that time much of it was either pounded earth, wood or rock and mud. Keeping the Trail open was a major task occupying thousands of sappers, many of them young women.
    Vietnam's moving National Cemetery for ...

    The caves of Phong Nha

    A travel blog entry by herewegosa on Aug 02, 2015

    69 photos

    ... the pitch blackness. You really have to watch your step as the ground is very uneven and slippery. Our guide stopped often to point out different formations and colours of stalagmites and stalactites. Some of the caverns were enormous as large as 150 metres wide and up to 100 metres high. Our guide got us to switch off our lights and listen for two minutes (it really is pikdonker and all you can hear ...

    Day 7: Cave Hiking in Dong Hoi

    A travel blog entry by lmeglan on Jul 31, 2015

    1 comment

    ... to the next portion of our hike. It was amazing floating among the amazing caverns and admiring the clear, turquoise water before us. To help all of us appreciate the beauty and mystery of the caves, our guide engaged our group in several games and activities. First, he showed us how to "make music" on some of the crystallized structures in the walls of the cave by gently tapping on the outside of them. Due to their hollowness, you could hear a variety ...

    Day 6: Visit to the Royal Tombs, Train to Dong Hoi

    A travel blog entry by lmeglan on Jul 30, 2015

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... not have enough workers to help finish the project. Therefore, much of the tomb and complex was less unfinished. Included in the complex are a Royal Theatre, beautiful gardens, apartments for servants and workers, and his royal throne. Tu Duc was also known for having a large number of wives (104, to be exact) and many concubines. In fact, one part of the complex just consisted of apartments for the wives and concubines. The tomb itself, which you can ...