Most of us have dreamed of exploring exotic destinations all over the world, from the majestic pyramids of Egypt to the seemingly infinite Great Wall of China.
Yet you’re going to want to update your bucket list once you see images of the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in Vietnam. It might not boast the notoriety of the aforementioned landmarks, but its beauty is unlike anything else on the planet. Take a look.
Some of the most breathtaking natural phenomena on Earth can be found in Vietnam’s Phong Nha-Ke Bang park.
Besides being beautiful, it’s also remarkably difficult to access, making it particularly attractive for the adventurous types.
Each of the 300-plus grottos and caves that populate the park are formed completely out of limestone.
Because limestone erodes easily, each cave features a rich texture that makes it look quite otherworldly.
The caves were only opened for public use in 2013, despite being discovered by a local farmer way back in 1991.
Many of the park’s caves have yet to be explored completely, since they are so incredibly vast.
Explorers can find truly incomparable views lying atop the steep mountains within the caves.
There’s no shortage of magnificent stalactites and stalagmites.
Biologists have a lot to explore, given the diversity of plant life throughout the caves and the park itself.
The intricate designs caused by erosion’s natural effects over time are as gorgeous and mesmerizing as anything that can be found in an art museum.
Explorers can even camp overnight via a guided tour.
This looks like something straight out of a classic adventure film.
Have you added this to your bucket list yet?
These images are simply mind-blowing. This park is truly a natural wonder!