A few hundred meters from Thien Thanh cave is Thien Ha cave near Tam coc Ninh Binh. The entrance to Thien Ha cave is not very large, the height of the cave is only 3 – 4 meters, but the deeper you go inside, the more people are surprised and attracted by the beauty of thousands of stone masterpieces created by hands. meticulously carved and arranged. The cave is 700m long, including a 200m long dry cave and a 500m long water cave. Dry cave is the highest and widest place in Thien Ha cave, with a base of about 40m wide and 200m long with countless stalactites of different shapes that evoke human imagination such as Buddha images, castles, and dragon shapes. animal, fan-shaped, human-ear shaped…
In addition, the dry cave also has a door leading to the southern mountainside, called Gieng Sky near Tam coc Ninh Binh. The skylight is wide and about 2.5-3m high, pouring natural light to the bottom, making the space open and airy. On sunny days, that light reflects on the stalactites, radiating very magical and eye-catching colors. This Sky Well area still retains many vestiges of ancient Vietnamese people, who lived about 7,500 – 10,000 years ago. Here, scientists found traces of molluscs, carving tools, fragments of magma groups, bones of terrestrial animals…
Residents here live and exploit fully in a marine environment. The cultural layer preserved almost intact in Thien Ha cave shows a vivid picture of the life of ancient Vietnamese people with the adaptation and creativity of pre- and post-sea cultural residents who advanced through the receding sea period. during the Neolithic period. Entering the water cave, visitors take a boat on the 500m long underground river, which is likened to the Milky Way, while the stalactites above and on both sides of the river are as beautiful as the moon and stars. Below the water surface, the sparkling light reflects upward, making the scene shimmer and fanciful.
The Milky Way
The Milky Way is endlessly winding and captivating with layers and layers of shimmering and colorful stalactites and legends about Hoa Tien Island, Bau Sua Mother,… giving visitors the feeling of being lost in a fairyland, infatuated with the fairyland. According to research by British scientists, Thien Ha cave near Tam Coc Ninh Binh is a living cave complex. Because the development of geological layers here is still continuing strongly. The most obvious expression is the growth of stalagmites in the cave that are continuously eroded by water drops to form magnificent and magical stalactites. In particular, the cave still retains its wild appearance almost intact with tens of thousands of bats living. With its magical and magnificent beauty, Thien Ha cave eco-tourism area is truly “The Milky Way inside the mountain”.
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