On 13rd December, Le ThanhTinh, the director of announced that 58 new caves has discovered.
Mr. Tinh noted that some of the new caves are large and valuable. The park’s staff has surveyed several caves and will soon examine the remaining caves.
After a preliminary investigation, the park will provide a list of these caves for the British Cave Research Association to conduct a thorough investigation in the future, he said.
Over the past 25 years, Quang Binh Province had discovered more than 350 caves. More than 30 of these were opened for tourists and quickly became famous destination such as En Cave and the world’s largest cave, Son Doong.
Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park has many caves, which remain to be discovered and explored, said Howard Limbert from the British Cave Research Association.0