A new tour to explore Vom and Gieng Vooc caves in the central province of Quang Binh’s Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park has been launched. Provincial authorities have allowed Viet Hung Trading and Tourism JSC to pilot the tourism product. Vom Cave According to the company, they have prepared tour guides and equipment for the service. Travellers can experience a one-day or two-day tour, crossing streams and camping overnight in the forest and exploring stunning caves with diverse fauna and flora. Vom Cave is about four kilometres from the Ho Chi Minh Highway, and features a large entrance and cave. Gieng Vooc Cave (Photo by Phong Nha Discovery) Inside the cave is a sinkhole and an underground stream which runs to the Chay River. Gieng Vooc Cave is 400 metres long, with streams and four lakes within it. Although the cave is short, it features spectacular stalactites. The sinkhole photo by Phong Nha Discovery) Spectacular stalactites (photo by Phong Nha Discovery) Quang Binh has a 116.04-km coastline and a 201.87-km border with Laos. Home to a stretch of the Truong Son limestone mountain range, the province is famous for its cave systems, incredible mountain scenery and sprawling beaches. It is home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park and the world’s largest cave Son Doong.