Tour code: BBAT01C
Duration: Full day tour
Level of difficulty: Medium trek
Activities: 11km trek
Percentage of trekking: Jungle 40%, trail 60%
Small group tour: 12 people
Pick up: 07:00 - 07:30 AM at Mr Linh's Adventures - Ba Be office
Drop off: 3:30 PM at Mr Linh's Adventures - Ba Be office
Price: $138 / person
- Trek inside Ba Be National Park
- Expedition water river cave – 3km
- Watch the most beautiful stalactites blocks are formed naturally
- Swim in a pretty natural freshwater cave
- Lunch with traditional food is prepared by the local people
07:00 - 07:30 Pick up to Mr Linh Adventures - Ba Be office at Nam Mau. Brief introduction and preparation are here.
After a thirty-minute drive, you'll reach Tham Phay Cave
, the hike starts with a steep uphill leading into the forest. Some rock at the top, and then a similar slope before the trail fades and you enter the valley. Turning west of the trail is a large patch of rock for you to find your way through, with the help and direction of your guide and safety team. The precarious entrance is at the end of the forest. Enjoy some snacks before starting to explore the cave.
Tham Phay Cave
is a beautiful stream cave with two underground river tributaries, where you will experience narrow passages, craggy mountains and some deep pools with very nice photo opportunities. Plants and algae cover many calcite formations. Going deeper into the cave, you will find many unusual features of the cave such as the ceiling dome and many layers of rock, giving the walls a striking appearance. You will spend about five hours exploring this 5km deep river cave, which geologists have not discovered so far. Of course, we will provide you with the necessary equipment, such as helmets and powerful headlights. The cave expands considerably as you go through the original entrance and offers some great opportunities for excellent photos.
Enjoy a few snacks before continuing the journey to explore the 2nd path of the cave system possesses miraculous stalagmites millions of years old, dangerous sinkholes and heat flows at the bottom .
Leaving Tham Phay, you will return to the cave entrance and return to the original pick up point.