According to Dinh Tien Dung, the Vice Chairman of the Tuyen Hoa District Administration, on March 24th, an expedition of the British Royal Cave Association conducted a survey of limestone mountains in Lam Hoa Commune, during which they discovered a pristine cave system.
The majestic Hung Thau Caves stretch for a total length of 3,349 meters, and boast an array of pristine underground rivers. The five rivers, aptly named Hung Tru 1, Hung Tru 2, Hung Tru 3, Hung Ka Vong 1, and Hung Ka Vong 2, are truly a sight to behold. From their winding paths and crystal-clear waters to the unique wildlife and vegetation they house, the Hung Thau Caves are a must-see for any nature enthusiast.
The British experts will persist in making use of boats and other support tools to deeply explore the caves in the near future, Dung revealed.
British explorers have a long history of aiding in the exploration of many caves in Quang Binh province, which is renowned as the ‘kingdom of caves’ of the nation.
Experts of the British Royal Cave Association (BRCA) discovered the Son Doong Cave in Quang Binh province, Vietnam, in 2009, after receiving a tip from a local resident. Since then, the cave has been recognized by the World Records Union and World Records Association as the largest and most beautiful natural cave in the world.