The Earth is full of wonders, each more breathtaking than the last. The truth is that we still don’t know everything that this world keeps hidden from us. In 1991, a farmer from Vietnam discovered a cave that appeared to be unexplored at the time.
It was in the Phon Nha-Ke Bang National Park in Vietnam. Unfortunately, he was also unable to enter due to the deafening roar of water that greeted him at the entrance. It took several years for British explorers to decide to enter the cave, and what they discovered left them speechless.
There are lakes with crystal clear water, the finest sand in the world, and even a river inside the cave. Soon Dong, the cave, is the world’s largest, measuring 5 kilometers in length and 150 meters in width.
What is most impressive is that there are clouds, plants, and wildlife inside this magnificent cave. To get inside, you must first descend 80 meters on a rope, but it is well worth it. Take a look at the photos below to see what this stunning location looks like. Indeed, breathtaking.