A new cave have just been discovered in the Quan Ba district, Ha Giang province, the grotto was named Lung Khuy behind the name of the hamlet where it is located and is considered by geologists as one of the most beautiful caves in Ha Giang.


Lung Khuy cave is located right in the Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark, the cave is found in the middle of a big mountain 3 km from Tam Son township where famous with legendary Twin Mountains and seven big rock column Thach Son Than. To reach the foot of the mountain we have to cross several sharp curves and then 40 minutes walk to the entrance of the cave.
There are 2 entrances into the cave close to each other about 1.5 meter high and 1 meter wide, one has to bend down to enter the cave, the cave is very dark and long, slippery and wet, the bed of the cave is pretty large, up to 50 meter with high ceiling, many stalagtites and stalagmites are found in the cave couples with little pools with water dripping down from the ceiling, everything in the cave is still wide and natural.


The cave was discovered by Hmong people in the area long time ago, on hot sunny days people working on the rice terraces usually come to the grotto to drink water, when it rains hard the cave provides a good shelter.
At the moment Lung Khuy cave is closed for further research, tourism conditions in Ha Giang haven’t allowed travelers to visit the cave, in the near future Lung Khuy cave promises to be an attraction to tourists.


Lung Khuy cave which is located at Lung Khuy village, Quan Ba commune, Ha Giang province and about 10 km from Tam Son town has been considered as the largest cave in this rocky plateau. In the last Tam Giac Mach (Buckweet) festival, the cave was officially opened for visitors.

Lung Khuy cave is around 300m in length with many different branches, magnificent stalactites and fancy shapes stimulating the imagination of visitors. Coming to this cave, visitors must park their vehicles at the local house and walk along the earthen road for more than one kilometer.
Lung Khuy is a beautifully pristine cave which will bring huge value for Ha Giang’s tourism. Therefore, Lung Khuy cave needs to be preserved and protected to become one of the attractive destinations for domestic and foreign tourist
The ticket to enter the cave is 50.000 VND/ person.

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