Phong Nha Cave Tour, Vietnam
We met up with our driver at 8.30 in the morning, picked up some japanese tourists along the way and headed out into the countryside to find the mysterious Phong Nha Cave.
Phong Nha Cave is the worlds longest cave located a three hour drive from Hue city.
To get to the cave you need to get on a riverboat that takes you 30 minutes on the river to the first entrance.
If you arrive with a tourguide you’ll have about 25 minutes here to walk around and take photos. The guide will tell you some stories and legends of the cave.
To get too the second viewpoint you take the boat a couple of 100 metres and get off at a beautiful scenery with limestones shaped by water and time.
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After this turning point there is no stopping him in wanting to try something new and conqueror every country with his camera. His camera is his baby and follows him everywhere, anytime. Leonardo has watched Sir David Attenbourough since young age and has always wanted to see the places he has been.
He has always enjoyed traveling and has always been raised by the philosophy that you should help the elder and be kind to others. That’s what his Father always used to say. His mother has supported him through all of his choices. Leonardos ambition is to have traveled to every country there is and remote areas in the world. Photographing it all. Favourite country he has traveled to so far: India (Hampi). One country he always dreamt of travelling to: Madagascar.
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