Loup cave is quite slippery and full of stalactites. You can also find loads of small buddha statues all over inside the cave. Hoi Cave is my favourite and quite easy to find your way through it. At the entrance there is a huge seating buddha and if walk a few meters inside you will find small pool of water.... 更多
Drove here in our rental. Missed the turning twice. 10000 to park and 5000 per person to cross the bridge. We hiked through the rice fields and dirt tracks in search but after finding the elephant cave and water cave we didn't manage to find these two. It's worth getting a local guide!!
We saw these caves as part of a tour organised in Vang Vieng so didn't have the issues other travellers have mentioned with guides trying to rip you off. We'd organised this bespoke tour to the 4 caves (elephant, Hoi, Loup and water) because it didn't seem to be offered as standard with tour companies - they all want to... 更多
Nice one. Well accessible and enough room to walk; although not possible to fully assess as I was there virtually by myself. Views from outside are also very nice. Worth a visit, and easy to do from Vang Vieng
Vang vieng is like Thai full moon island crowd beamed down to maraud through a beautiful landscape. Lonely planet write up made us give it a chance and the caves and lagoons they write about sounded chill and something we could explore independently. Tham nam on a tube is fab....but aslong as you are aware that when you arrive...and we... 更多
impressive caves, really deep... and creepy ! don't hesitate to pay the local guy for a guided visit as you'll find it difficult to find your way in...and out ! it's VERY dark inside...
We arranged our own transport to the caves and thought that we would be fine on our own to look around. We were shadowed pretty quickly by a guide who, though we tried to tell him we would be fine, insisted on following us and very quickly redirecting us when we started to go the wrong way. It didn't take... 更多
Nice experience climbing into a dark cave from room to room with your torch. Maybe it is not the most spectacular cave for people who are used to caving, i saw nicer caves too in Vietnam, but to be with only a few people in the dark, searching around with a torch, was a nice first experience for me.
After Tham Sang Cave, you will need to pass through a pathway in a small forest and paddy fields to get to these caves. Beware of the local tour guide who stay in the village if you are travelling to these cave alone but not with the tour package. They will ask for unreasonable tips for bring you to the... 更多