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March, 28 2014 09:15:25

Ha Giang plans cave tourism

The northern border province of Ha Giang plans to develop Dan Pioong cave in Vi Xuyen District's Bach Ngoc commune into a tourism site.

The cave, conferred the status of a national heritage site this month, has beautiful stalactites, pools of water, and waterfalls.

Its exquisite beauty and geographic location make the cave an attractive destination for local and foreign tourists, especially adventurous ones.

The province will build a 2km asphalt road from the commune to the cave and take steps to protect the environment around the cave, Luong Van Doan, chairman of the Vi Xuyen People's Committee, said. — VNS


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