There are now two options for the Hang En trek, with the major difference being the location of the camp site.The cave camps sets up camp inside the cave on a river beach after exploring Hang En on day 1 of the trip. The Jungle Camp Adventure explores Hang Lanh on day 1 and camps in the jungle, before exploring Hang En on day 2.
On this tour you will trek to the awe inspiring Hang En cave over 2 days, as well as exploring the cold cave, Hang Lanh.
Hang En is one of the largest and most beautiful caves in the world, and is as close as you can get to Hang Son Doong (the world’s biggest cave) at an affordable price. This tour goes through Ban Doong Minority village, one of few settlements within the park.
You approach Hang En along a cool river, often wading through the stream. The cave comes in to sight as a small entrance, but what is behind it will blow you away. The immense cavern, the rock formations, the wildlife and the jungle all make this an incredible trip.
Adventure level: Moderate High
20km of jungle trekking and caving. Physical fitness is required including swimming and walking on rocky boulders and uneven and slippery ground. Some scrambling over rocks will require use of your hands.
What to bring:
Hang En Adventure Cave Camp – 7,500,000 VND/person
Hang En Adventure Jungle Camp – 7,000,000 VND/person
Multiple departures each week at 8.00am
Children under 16 are not able to participate in this trek
Hang En is not available from Mid-September to late December during the rainy season for safety reasons
This tour has a strict cancellation policy. You must arrive in Phong Nha and pay for the tour by 6pm the night before departure
Please note: Caving tours are very weather dependent. With any caving tour, the weather can also change the itinerary of a tour. We try our best to offer you exactly what we advertise, but the wilderness around here can be a changeable place, and sometimes we have to adapt our tours. We will always endeavor to warn you of any itinerary changes before a tour begins, but please understand that sometimes adaptations have to occur mid-tour.