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Nguom Ngao Cave

Cao Bang, Vietnam
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Hanoi - Babe Lake - Ban Gioc Waterfall 3 Days
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Just 5-10 minutes’ drive away from Ban Gioc Waterfalls, Nguom Ngao Cave is one of the most spectacular cave systems in Vietnam. The limestone grotto is huge and attractive with various stalactites. Create by an underground river, the cave extends for about 3km, reaching heights...More

Thank Mayank A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

You’ll probably see so many caves in Vietnam that you get tired of them. However, if you are in Cao Bang and making the journey to Ban Gioc waterfall, Nguom Ngao cave is a fun side trip. The cave was used by villagers for shelter...More

Thank Peetahluv
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The cave was beautifully and tastefully lit so you could properly see all of the major formations. Of all of the caves I've been in, this was truly spectacular in the shapes and sizes and also the ability to wander in and around off the...More

Thank katietkh
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

At first we were going to Ban Gioc for the waterfalls then thought we could stop there just to have a quick look. We were totally astonished and impressed by this cave! It is just huge.

Thank Charlotte V
Reviewed 26 October 2017 via mobile

After visiting the waterfall v went to our resort which was just bang opposites took d shower and went straight to the caves which is just 10 minutes drive. The caves were just amazing and it took us 2 hours to explore it. Make sure...More

Thank vicky159
Reviewed 9 October 2017

It was quite a surprise to see such a series of big caves here. The flowing pattern of the stones is very interesting. This is a must see together with Ban Gioc Waterfall.

Thank ptrckng
Reviewed 6 October 2017

Among all the caves in Cao Bang Nguom Bgao has the biggest cave system. The cave is called to be generated by an underground river which pretty much runs along the province. We entered during day time and immediately loved it because of its lowered...More

Thank Anik_Rahman
Reviewed 12 September 2017 via mobile

You can ride on a bus from ban gioc for 5,000 dong then from the drop off point you have to walk 30 mins to get there or you can ask a local to drive you on a motorbike to get there for a roundtrip...More

Thank JamPopa
Reviewed 29 May 2017

This limestone cave was spectacular, like most other limestone caves. There isn't much service outside the cave but that's enough. I'd recommend this, along with the Ban Gioc waterfall !

Thank Giang N
Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

After visiting Ban Gioc waterfall, our tourist guide took us to Nguom Ngao cave! On the way inside, it's a bit different from other caves that I have visited especially to the end where there's a nature's forming of a lotus bulb which is amazing!

Thank Tan C
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Casper1503
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Response from Jeffphan | Reviewed this property |
Are you asking direction or mode of transport? Directions is easily shown if you google it. Mode of transport - you need minimum to rent a scooter or motorbike from Vietnam. Not sure from China, though. You can get a... More
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