Recently, visitors to Thung Nham often stay overnight because there is a tourist area with cozy stilt houses and serving many attractive local dishes such as mountain goats, underarm pigs, hill chickens, and fish. Eaten with wild bamboo shoots and wild vegetables. In the early morning, many tourists like to row boats to the valley area, where there is a romantic area of grass, flowers, and especially colorful wild orchids. When the sun rose, we eagerly entered the primeval forest to admire the diversity of flora and fauna.
Not only that, Thung Nham near Tam Coc Ninh Binh also has a series of quite attractive wild caves. To conquer Vai Gioi cave, visitors must pass 439 stone steps to reach the cave entrance. Located on a high mountain, this cave is about 5,000 square meters wide with three floors, each floor has many shimmering and magical stalagmites that are compared to Earth, Hell and Heaven.
Legend has it that here
Legend has it that here, ancient people built an altar to worship God to pray for favorable weather and good harvests. Not far away is But Cave, a 500m long natural rock cave. The widest part of the cave is up to 70m wide, the ceiling is about 30m high. But Cave also has a system of magical shimmering stalactites. In particular, in the cave there is an image of the Buddha sitting next to the underground river to bestow luck and good things to visitors.
The most interesting point of Buddha Cave near Tam Coc Ninh Binh is that there is no lighting system in the cave, tourists and guides will hold flashlights to visit. Next is Tien Ca Cave, which is more than 1,500m long, with a very beautiful stalactite system and many exquisite shapes. Over millions of years of natural creation, this place also passed down a story about a petrified Mermaid.
Finally, the 700m-long Thuy Cung cave also has a system of beautiful, shimmering stalactites, likened to an extremely magnificent and magnificent underwater palace. Located in the land of ancient King Dinh Tien Hoang, Thung Nham still preserves many landscapes associated with legends about the Dinh dynasty such as Ba Co cave, Da Di Dien tree, and Thousand Year Duoi tree.
The Moving Banyan Tree has stood majestically in the mountains and forests of Thung Nham near Tam Coc Ninh Binh for thousands of years and moved three times around the ancient temple. Scientists and experts estimate that each step of the tree’s movement lasts more than 300 years. As for the Thousand Year Duoi tree, it is said that it also dates back to the reign of King Dinh. More specifically, the tree grows entirely on a large rock and is considered to be the ancient Duoi tree with the most beautiful shape in Vietnam…
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