As you know, Paradise Cave, located in Phong Nha Ke Bang, Quang Binh province, is Asia’s longest cave, boasting the wonderful beauty of stalactites and stalagmites. With myriads of thousand-year-old stalactites concealed deep in the ground, it is regarded as a natural masterpiece. So in order to help you explore Paradise Cave Tour from Hoi An, Premium Travel Vietnam organize this wonderful trip.



Hai Van Pass Vietnam

To start our Paradise Cave Tour from Hoi An, in the morning, we will come and pick you up at the hotel in Hoi An and we start this Paradise Cave Private Tour. Accordingly, we will follow coastal road between Hoi An and Da Nang and we make a stop at My Khe beach for you to take picture. Then we go through Dragon Bridge – a symbol of Da Nang city.

Hai Van Pass

Following our trip is to drive through Da Nang city and we are then heading to Hai Van pass. Thus, the pass is really amazing with fantastic view from the top and it is misty in rainy season so that it got another name “Cloudy Pass”. On the top of the pass are some American bunkers and brick towers built by Nguyen Dynasty in 1840′. We will make a quick stop for you to take some beautiful photos.


Later, our Paradise Cave Tour from Hoi An moves on with another stop at Lang Co beach – it is one of the most beautiful bays in the world. From here, you can have a panoramic view of Lang Co town. Next, we will be driving through lovely villages, towns, lagoons of Hue city then we will stop at DMZ Vietnam (Demilitarized Zone).


Hien Luong Bridge – Ben Hai river

So, DMZ with Ben Hai river was the former division between North and South Vietnam according to Geneva Treaty signed in 1954. As we know, the river that separated millions of Vietnamese on two sides for nearly 20 years but is the symbol for intense desire of Vietnamese to unify the country.

On arrival, we will wander around the site and visit old Hien Luong bridge, Flag pole, Museum, War Memorial for you to understand more about the Vietnam war. To continue our Paradise Cave Private Tour from Hoi An, we are then heading to a local restaurant for lunch.

Paradise Cave

After lunch, we keep driving to Phong Nha National Park. So, the Mother Nature has blessed a wonderful tourist destination for Quang Binh province linked with many historical achievements of the people. Especially, Paradise cave (known as royal palace underground) is one of the most glorious and spectacular wonders in the world.


Paradise Cave: underground palace

On arrival at Paradise cave, we then get transfer by golf cart and when we reach the cave foot, we will walk up around 524 steps. From the cave entrance, we will walk down stairs more than 150 m more and such amazing scene of the nature comes out with different figures and shapes. Thus, huge blocks of stalactites and stalagmites amazingly appear mysterious according to your imagination, creating a beautiful picture.

After exploring the cave, we will walk back out and the car will come and take you to the hotel in Phong Nha Park or Dong Hoi as per your request. Finally, we will finish Paradise Cave Tour from Hoi An here.



Amazing Paradise Cave, Phong Nha – Ke Bang

First of all, when you are participating in this Paradise Cave Tour from Hoi An, we will offer “2 in 1 tour” to you. Thus, it is the combined tour between going back history to visit DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) – former division between North and South Vietnam and discover the longest dry cave in Asia in Paradise cave. Finally, this tour not only reminds you of the war in Vietnam and but also help you explore majestic nature in Phong Nha National Park – World Natural Heritage of Vietnam. Therefore, this is definitely a must-do trip for you.



Heaven on Earth at Paradise cave


So, if you are in Hoi An ancient town and would like to know the best deal for Paradise Cave Phong Nha Tour from Hoi An, please send an email to us at or contact Mr. Viet (Travel Manager) at Whatsapp at 0084 979613777 for more details and assistance about this trip. We are honored to serve you and always at your service 24/7.

Tour inclusion

Tour exclusion

– 7 – seat private car with air conditioning

– Experienced driver

– English speaking guide

– Entrance ticket

– Cold water and wet tissue

– Lunch


– Travel insurance

– Other expenses

– Soft drinks and beverages

– Tips and gratuities

Things to bring

Travel tip


-Fully charged camera; Sun cream; Climbing shoes; Caps/hats; Sun glasses; Insect spray; Shoulder covers


In months of October, November, December, January, February; it normally rains in Paradise Cave, sometimes it gets flooded. Best time to visit Phong Nha National Park is from March to August.



  • Tour departs from Hoi An city and Da Nang city only and is conducted in good weather. We will not organize the tour in case of bad weather.



Paradise Cave: A gift from Mother Nature

So, if you come to Hoi An and would like to find a professional travel agent for Paradise Cave Trip from Hoi An, do not hesitate to contact us as follows:

Premium Travel Vietnam

100 Tran Van Du street, Ngu Hanh Son district, Da Nang city, Vietnam

International Tour Operator License No: 48-281/2022/TCDL – GPLHQT


Whatsapp/Viber: 0084 979613777

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