Duration: 4 days

Adventure level: Moderate

Group size:  2-12 pax

Age: 16 years and above

Price: 9,000,000 VND/pax

Quang Binh, located in the northern central of Vietnam has about 68% natural forest cover, ranking the second largest province in Vietnam with natural forest. Within the 8000 square km are many protected primary forests and the largest cave system in Southeast Asia. Quang Binh is where you’ll find Son Doong cave – the largest natural cave in the world. It is a place where you’ll find Vietnam’s endangered primates such as the Ha Tinh langur (also known as the stripe-headed black langur). 11 families with more than 150 individuals of Ha Tinh langur are living in Thach Hoa and Dong Hoa, two communes in Tuyen Hoa district, Quang Binh.

These precious old world monkeys are protected being protected by local volunteers living in Tuyen Hoa. To support these volunteers, Di Di Thoi Tours of Oxalis Holiday Company has created a conservation tour “Quang Binh Caves and Primates Experiences”.

A 4 days 3 nights package tour designed for nature lovers and cave explorers in mind. This is a one of a kind tour where you will explore stunning caves in Quang Binh limestone mountains and learn about the Ha Tinh langur- a unique old world monkey on the IUCN Red List of threatened species.

This unique tour will create jobs and income for a group of 15 volunteers who are protecting these langurs in Thach Hoa and Dong Hoa, including Mr. Nguyen Thanh Tu, the group’s leader. In addition, Di Di Thoi will contribute 100,000 VND / per guest to fund conservation activities run by this conservation group.

  • Visitors will experience many interesting activities including camping in Tan Hoa commune, a flood-prone area of Quang Binh, visiting local homes, eat dinner with local and learn about how people here live and cope with yearly floods.
  • The tour also brings visitors to explore the Tu Lan cave system, a filming location of many famous movies such as Kong: Skull Island directed by Jordan Voght-s-Roberts, or The Immortal by director Victor Vu. Tu Lan was the favorite destination for tourists last summer.
  • Observing, take pictures and learn more about the unique wildlife – Hatinh Lungurs through the volunteer group who will share stories of their journey and effort to protect these rare langurs. You also can watch the langurs jumping to gather food in the early morning before they disappear into the vast forest and majestic limestone mountains.
  • Enjoy the local cuisine and a night’s stay at local houses.
  • You also have the opportunity to watch the langurs hunt for food in the morning before they disappear into the vast forest and majestic limestone mountains.
  • The tour also takes you to visit local villages on the banks of Son River. Di Di Thoi’s cruise will take you upstream of Son River and visit craft villages and watch locals making traditional pancakes and raising carps and eels. Feel the tranquility in the afternoon as you watch the daily activities taking in rural Quang Binh.
  • Our journey ends with a night stay at Chay Lap Farmstay, a residence located in the middle of a vast green forest. Here you’ll enjoy the peace, tranquility while having all your needs antincipated and met with ease at our farmstay.

Join us on the journey with Di Di Thoi tour to have the best experiences while supporting these truly meaningful and humane conservation activities!

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