Son Doong Cave in Quang Binh Province, Vietnam.
Accordingly, Tan Lam Trade and Services Limited Company, which has headquarter at Dong Hoi City, Quang Binh province, will put the tours into trial.
The three-day tour includes specific routes: Cha Lo – Thien Duong Cave – Phong Nha – Dong Hoi city (overnight in Dong Hoi) on the first day; Dong Hoi – Da Nhay – tomb of General Vo Nguyen Giap – Lieu Hanh Mother Goddess – Dong Hoi (overnight in Dong Hoi) on the second day; and Dong Hoi – Hoang Phuc pagoda – the memorial house for General Vo Nguyen Giap – Cha Lo on the third day.
The provincial People’s Committee asked the provincial Department of Tourism to coordinate with relevant agencies and localities to direct and supervise the Tan Lam company to operate the trial tour in compliance with provisions of the laws. Yesterday, the company welcomed the first delegation of tourists at Cha Lo International Border Gate to experience the tour through Quang Binh on motorbike.
According to Deputy Director of the province’s Department of Tourism, Nguyen Van Ky, traveling on a motorbike is an attractive tourism form, meeting the travel demand of younger visitors from Thailand and Laos to Vietnam. The tour is expected to contribute to promoting the potentials of Quang Binh’s tourism for international visitors.
Quang Binh is one of province is well known of charming landscape of mountain and sea in the North area. Throughout this article, I think you know more Quang Binh Province as well as About Vietnam. Located in North - Central Vietnam. Quang Binh Province is surrounded by Ha Tinh Province on the north, East Sea on the east, Laos on the west and Quang Tri Province on the south.
The provincial topography is narrow and sloping from the west to the east. The area is divided into specific geological zones: mountainous, hilly and midland, lowland, coastal sandy area. The seaside stretches 116km with large Gianh and Nhat Le ports.
Quang Binh belongs to the monsoon-tropical zone. The climate is divided into two seasons. Rainy season lasts from September to March next year. The annual average rainfall is 2,000 - 2,300mm. Heavy rains concentrate in September, October and November. Dry season lasts from April to August. Annual average degree is 24C-26C.