Son Doong Cave, Vietnam
This is part one of three of a travel journal series authored by one of our travelpreneurs, Vee Ku. This post on Son Doong cave was originally published on Vee’s personal website site bix-journeys.com
An unforgettable 4 day/3nights expedition with Oxalis tours to Hang En Cave (the world’s 3rd largest) and Son Doong Cave (the world’s largest) in Phong Na Ke Bang National Park, Vietnam. Son Doong Cave, recently discovered, was a world unto itself. A primordial yin consciousness that holds a gateway to the galaxies beyond.
Awaking at 3 am at Campsite 1, near the cave entrance. Facing towards ‘Watch out for the Dinosaurs ‘ segment of the cave, in sheer darkness, I was greeted by luminous ethereal amoebic beings, caressing my skin gently, I let go, to be held by them, and was taken through a portal, absorbed within the consciousness of the cave, into out of mother earth, to the galaxies beyond.
Healing yin frequencies, carried through my body, ready to give to any passerby who is willing to receive and listen to her. This cave – as it is ancient, is much alive, spiritually and physically, still breathing, still changing to the elements of flowing water, wind and light that sculptures her course.
There are several hundreds of caves here worth exploring, some are off the beaten track requiring guides, some are show caves – Paradise Cave being one of them, a creation from the Wolrd of the Gods apparent.If you have time, a 3-hour road trip to the imperial city of Hue with its surrounding lovely moat and river can reawaken the literal poet in you 🙂
About the Author
Vee is one of our leading travelpernurs and has been described as funny, warm, kind-hearted, sensitive, sporty and full of Surprises. He has organized trips all over Asia and beyond. In the coming months he is looking forward to watching birds in Cambodia and exploring ancient ruins in Jordan.
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