Tu Lan Cave Expedition Tour

A 6 day 5 night tour journey exploring the Tu Lan Cave System with spectacular caves and underground rivers where the movie Kong: Skull Island was filmed. With 3 nights jungle camping and 2 nights stay and beautiful Chay Lap Farmstay and Tu Lan Lodge.

The Tu Lan Cave Expedition - TL4 is one of the “must do” caving tours in Vietnam for many visitors nowadays. This hiking adventure run by Oxalis Adventure Tours, this expedition is ranked as adventure Level 5: “Demanding”, and is just below the Son Doong Expedition and Hang Ba Deep Jungle Expedition which are currently ranked at level 6: “Hard”, the highest level in the Oxalis Adventure’ caving tour scale relating to physical fitness and ability.

The Tu Lan Cave system was discovered by a local named Dinh Hong Nham in 2009. During his fishing trips, he discovered three caves - Tu Lan, To Mo large and To Mo small in the area. The cave system was then explored and surveyed by Mr. Howard Limbert with the British - Vietnamese Cave Expedition team, and now includes more than 25 large and small caves. The Tu Lan Caves were featured in National Geographic Magazine in 2011 together with Hang Son Doong. A photo of Hang Ken taken by photographer Carsten Peter won the National Geographic photo award in the same year.

Tu Lan Expedition is one of the longest Oxalis Adventures tours, enabling you to explore all eight of the most beautiful dry and river caves of the Tu Lan Cave System. This tour includes a series of fascinating experiences such as trekking through the forest, wading in streams, swimming in the caves, abseiling down into underground rivers, climbing steep hills, walking through beautiful valleys, exploring the largest dry cave in the system - Hang Tien, and camping for 3 nights by the riverside and amidst the majestic natural scenery. Tu Lan Expedition highlights include:

  • Swim in the underground rivers inside the caves: The valleys are connected by unique underground caves. Guests can experience the special feeling of swimming inside the caves with total darkness. This is one of the great experiences of caving tours in Tu Lan. If you don't want to swim for a specific reason, you can trek up the mountains.
  • Explore many magnificent caves: This is a Vietnam adventure tour where customers can explore eight different caves, from caves with rivers flowing through them, to dry caves with river passages, and totally dry caves located high on the mountain. Each cave has its own unique features so there will be a new experience with each cave you visit. The dry caves have magnificent speleothems, while the water caves have a unique underground river, blue lakes or unique stalactite curtains hanging from the ceiling of the cave.
  • Camp in the primary jungle: Guests participating in the Tu Lan Expedition will have 3 nights camping at Tu Lan campsites in the primary jungle. The camps are located in the most beautiful locations, with waterfalls and natural swimming pools among the vast primeval forests.
  • Become a real caver: Tu Lan Expedition participants will receive basic training on how to use technical equipment for a 15m abseil in the darkest part of the cave. Or use safety equipment to experience crossing the underground river with the flying fox system.
  • Experience Local Cultures: At the end of the trek, guests will have dinner at one of the local homes in Tan Hoa. Guests will have the opportunity to learn about the life and beautiful culture of the Nguon people (considered a minority group) in the mountainous areas. Guests will understand more about how tourism activities have helped change their lives. Cycling to explore the beautiful Tan Hoa village is a peaceful experience.
  • Unique accommodation before and after the trek: Guests will stay 1 night at Chay Lap Farmstay before the trek and 1 night at Tu Lan Lodge in Tan Hoa Village after the trek. These accommodations have been built by Oxalis to adapt to nature. The rooms are built on the hillside or floating house style to adapt with seasonal flooding in September and October.

Itinerary

TL4 tour itinerary is subject to change due to weather conditions. The path can be quite muddy and slippery when it rains. This trekking adventure has a technical difficulty second only to the Son Doong Expedition tour, and is one of the best treks in Vietnam, however it will require endurance because in order to see all of the majestic caves in the area, customers have to earn it by climbing up and down many hills. Many parts of the Tu Lan trekking tour will require swimming in the caves, so all visitors and staff are required to wear life jackets when swimming underground. In case you do not want to participate in swimming for a specific reason, a safety assistant will guide you by an alternative path to the campsites. The activities on the tour are diverse and this is a true adventure tour for those who are passionate about hiking in Vietnam and want to explore the caves.

Arrival

Oxalis will pick you up at the airport or Dong Hoi train station and transfer you to Chay Lap Farmstay for check-in. There are some free activities that you can enjoy while staying at Chay Lap Farmstay including: kayaking on the Chay River or cycling through a peaceful village, so make the most of your time here. In the evening, you can have dinner at Chay Lap Farmstay (at your own expense); the restaurant serves very delicious local food. Relax and prepare for the next day's trip.

Chay Lap - Secret cave - Tu Lan campsite

At 08:00 am on the morning of the departure day, an Oxalis guide will pick you up from Chay Lap Farmstay to head to the home of the Tu Lan Cave System (112 km from Dong Hoi, 70 km from Phong Nha). At Oxalis Tan Hoa office you will have a safety briefing, including regulations, safety instructions, and the tour schedule. You will sign the Release Form, receive safety equipment, pack up and start the expedition.

The team will start by hiking across the farmland to reach the first cave of the Tu Lan Cave System. After wading across the river, explorers will climb up a small hill leading to the entrance of Secret Cave, which is quite small and was discovered in recent years by one of Oxalis’ Tu Lan porters. Secret Cave is an old cave with many unique cave formations, there are many cave pearls on the cave floor and visitors need to follow the ribbon that marks the path. After that, visitors will return and have lunch at the cave entrance.

Following lunch, the group will hike through the forest and over the hills to reach the campsite in Tu Lan Valley. Guests will explore and swim in Hang Ken Cave in the afternoon. Hang Ken Cave is one of the most beautiful river caves in the Tu Lan Cave System. After finishing exploring this cave, the team will return to the campsite to arrange their tents, and have free time for swimming and leisure. Enjoy a delicious dinner prepared by local chefs with many choices including options for vegetarians. After dinner, guests can enjoy chatting with guides and porters or relax and enjoy watching the galaxy in the dark sky.

The campsite is fully equipped with clean and hygienic Oxalis composting toilets, changing rooms, tents, mattresses, sleeping bags and pillows, to make your night’s camping comfortable.

Tu Lan Cave - Kim Cave - Hung Ton Cave - Hung Dung campsite

Guests will explore the 3 beautiful caves of Tu Lan Cave, Hang Kim Cave, and Hung Ton Cave on this, the second day. After breakfast, the guide and safety assistants will provide a demonstration on how to use the abseil equipment. After the training session, the group will hike from the campsite to Tu Lan Cave entering via a dry cave entrance. Guests will complete the adventurous 15m abseil from the dry passage to the river passage of Tu Lan Cave, one by one. The landing spot is on an inflatable raft. After everyone finishes the abseil, the group will paddle out of Tu Lan River Cave, and enjoy the marvelous natural scenery of jungle, river and mountain.

After Tu Lan Cave, the group will continue to explore and swim through Hang Kim Cave. Guests will explore a 300m dry section and view the natural light shining into the cave from the higher cave entrance. Following some swims and cascades the group will exit Hang Kim into the picturesque To Mo valley with waterfalls and a turquoise lake in the middle of wild mountains and forests. Guests can swim in the lake and relax while waiting for lunch to be served.

After lunch, the group continues with the exploration of Hung Ton Cave. The entrance is located right next to the waterfall flowing into To Mo Valley. Guests will swim about 100m to reach a dry cave passage, and then climb a ladder using specialized safety equipment to exit the cave. The group will then climb a hill called "Lom Com" to reach La Ken Valley. After crossing La Ken Valley and climbing another mountain pass the team will reach Hung Dung campsite, where they will camp for the night. Hung Dung campsite is located next to a crystal clear river and surrounded by primeval jungle trees.

Hung Dung campsite - Hung Nhai - Hang Tien campsite

On this day guests will mainly trek through the forest, wade across streams and climb over the hills. From Hung Dung Valley, guests will hike to Hung Nhai Valley, crossing steep hills, forests and streams to reach Hang Tien campsite. This is one of the most beautiful campsites on this Tu Lan tour. The day’s trek is about 8 km and elevation gain is about 350m.

The campsite is located right next to the stream and the Mooc Lake also called the “natural infinity swimming pool" by guests. Guests can swim in the infinity pool or paddle a SUP on the Rao Nan River in front of the campsite.

Hang Tien 1 Cave - Hang Tien 2 Cave- Tu Lan Lodge

After breakfast, guests will explore Hang Tien 1 - the largest dry cave of the Tu Lan Cave System. Hang Tien Cave has been carved by nature into mysterious and spectacular shapes and patterns. The group continues along the rocky passage, climbing a 10m ladder with a safety rope to reach the exit of Hang Tien 1.

From the exit, enter a large primary jungle with huge trees and beautiful flora. Continue through the forest to reach Hang Tien 2. The entrance of the cave is rather small and quite breezy. The wind carries cool air from inside the cave to make the entrance feel like a natural air conditioner. The group can rest here for a while before going down to explore the cave. Hang Tien 2 is famous for its unique rock patterns along the cave wall, numerous gour pools forming layers, each one lower than the previous like terraced fields. After exploring Hang Tien 2, the group will return to the cave entrance and start hiking up the rocky mountains with an elevation gain of about 200m. Lunch will be prepared in the valley along the way.

From the top of the mountains descend the forest path leading down to the road where a bus and cold drinks are waiting. Oxalis Adventures will award the Tu Lan Expedition medal to all members of the group for successfully conquering Quang Binh's adventure tour of a lifetime. The group will take the bus back to Oxalis Tan Hoa office, enjoy a shower and check-in at the Tu Lan Lodge. Free leisure time until dinner. At 17:30 pm, the group will cycle to a local house for dinner, then return to Tu Lan Lodge.

Departure

In the early morning, guests can enjoy watching the sunrise over the beautiful Tan Hoa green fields, or cycle to explore Tan Hoa Village. Enjoy breakfast prepared by the chef from the tour at Tu Lan Lodge.

Please inform the consultants of the departure time of your plane/train/car at least one day in advance so that they can conveniently arrange the transfer. Hotel check-out time will be 12:00 noon. If you want to stay a few more nights at the hotel or are interested in other sightseeing activities in the Phong Nha - Ke Bang area, please contact your Oxalis Adventure Consultant in advance so she or he can help to arrange that. Or talk to the front desk for last minute arrangements.

Weather and Climate

Tu Lan - Tan Hoa has 4 seasons in a year (spring, summer, autumn and winter) like many northern provinces of Vietnam. Due to the weather conditions, and because Oxalis Adventure wants to protect and conserve the Tu Lan Cave System the Tu Lan Expedition will only be available from the beginning of January to mid September every year. Weather conditions in the Tu Lan –Tan Hoa area are different in each season.

From January to March, there are many cold days, especially on rainy days but there are also many warm sunny day. April and May are the warmer months, and this is the time when wildflowers are blooming. From June to August are the hot summer months, but most of the time visitors are in the cave with the temperature from 22 to 25 degrees, or forest, so it should not feel too hot. In the summer months, visitors can comfortably swim in the streams and underground lakes inside Vietnam caves, so exploring Tu Lan is the ideal suggestion for you if you don't know where to go for 6 days and 5 nights.

Each season will have its own unique features for visitors to explore. Please read more about weather in Tan Hoa at “The weather & climate in Tan Hoa, Minh Hoa area”. In addition, visitors can check the weather in Tu Lan- Tan Hoa through Accuweather here before joining the Vietnam caving tour.

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Preparation for the Tu Lan Cave Expedition

Considered as the most physically challenging tour in the Tu Lan Cave System. Because of that, this is a trekking tour that requires some serious preparation. This is one of the best hiking tours and has a lot of different activities including: jungle trekking, caving, swimming in the caves, scrambling, abseiling etc. Therefore, guests not only need to prepare their personal belongings well but also their physical condition. Following the advice below, customers will be well prepared, and the Phong Nha trekking tour will become a lot more enjoyable.

Fitness preparation for Tu Lan Cave Expedition tour

Tour TL4 is rated as level 5: (Demanding) in the Oxalis Adventure 6-level adventure scale. The tour is designed for all visitors who enjoy physical activities and experiencing nature in general. The difficulty of the tour is based on the physical fitness and health of average active people, not runners or athletes or intensively active people. Anyone can join these multi day adventures if they exercise and practice regularly. You can learn more about "the Physical Activities" that Oxalis Adventure advises visitors to complete before the trek here.

Items to bring on tour

Tour TL4 is a multiple-day trek and considered to be the one of the toughest Vietnam jungle tours, with many different terrains and you need to have a thorough preparation for the trip. Customers will be asked to prepare suitable clothing for safety and comfort. Clothing should be good for trekking in the jungle, river crossings, or exploring the cave as well as avoiding dangers and risks from sharp rocks, snakes, insects, or poison ivy. Visitors need to choose a good, well-fitting pair of shoes for steep rocky terrain and they should not be waterproof, as during river crossings they will hold water inside. Customers should prepare personal items to use during the 4 days and 3 nights trekking and camping in the forest such as: 2 hiking pants (long trousers; quick-drying); 2 long-sleeved shirts (quick-dry); 2 T-shirts and shorts to wear at the campsite (in winter, bring warm clothes); 2 swim suits; 1 pair of non Gore-Tex (NOT- waterproof) hiking boots or trail running shoes; 1 pair of flip-flops for camping; 1 shower towel; 2-3 pairs of socks.

The Oxalis Adventure Consultant in charge of your tour will advise you carefully on the items you need to bring on the tour, and you can learn more about the "List of items visitors need to prepare" here.

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Adventure level on tour

After many years of adventure tourism activities, Oxalis Adventure has created a Level of Adventure scale to help guests participating in Oxalis tours to visualize and choose the adventure tour most suitable for their fitness and health. This scale is not to be applied to other companies or tours with different conditions and terrains. The easiest level (level 1) anyone can join, and the most difficult level - 6 requires regular exercise and some trekking experience.

Those who regularly practice sports or regularly participate in mountain climbing and trekking tours in the forest can complete this tour easily.

Adventure level 5 · Demanding
Requirements: Good physical strength, trekking experience
Activities: Crossing rocky terrain, climbing steep hills, hiking long distances, swimming and using technical equipment, caving.
The number of guests per tour: Maximum 8 customers; 16 years upwards

  • Terrain with many steep hills
  • Hiking 22 km of mountainous terrain
  • Elevation gain of 1400m
  • 5km of cave exploration
  • River and stream crossings
  • Swimming underground rivers (Total 1km intermittently)
  • 15m adventure abseil in the cave (directly guided and supervised by the guide)
Adventure Level

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Communication on tour

This Expedition tour is operated in a remote forest with physical challenges, far away from external support such as medical assistance, hospitals etc.

The Tu Lan Cave Expedition follows jungle trails, many hills up and down, and no paths are suitable for vehicles. There is no phone signal, no wifi, and no charging facilities. Each Oxalis cave tour is equipped with 1 satellite phone for the guide to contact the office in case of emergency. Guests can only use the internet and phone at the hotel before and after the Oxalis tours. While trekking in the mountains and exploring the caves, the safety team will communicate with each other by walkie-talkie if necessary.

Safety on the tour

This is always the top priority of Oxalis Adventure to ensure the safety of both visitors and Oxalis’ staff on any trip, including multi day adventures. We only use high-quality equipment meeting international standards, mainly imported from France, the UK, and Switzerland. The tour guides must undergo professional training and be tested for skills regularly. Only qualified guides may lead an Oxalis tour. Visitors can learn about the "safety management" and " safety equipmen" that Oxalis uses here.

Oxalis Adventure has an established "Emergency Response Protocol" that includes on-site first aid and rescue if an accident occurs during trekking or cave exploration. We organize many training courses for first aid, rescue, and evacuation, and have rescue teams for each tour operation area. The specialized equipment is imported from abroad and complies with European standards. Due to the remote location, rescue teams and medical assistants will take from 30 minutes to 2 hours to reach the location. Therefore, the safety of visitors is the top priority of Oxalis in any activities related to caving in Vietnam. For Experts and Sales consultants to give suitable advice, guests are required to fill in their fitness and health information in the Booking form honestly. They are also required to update the information to the Oxalis consultant 45 days before the tour departure.

Dangers, risks and how to avoid them on tour

Any adventure activities will always contain risks and these must be carefully managed. Oxalis tours take place in remote locations without easy access to medical care. Hence a lot of work goes into managing and reducing risks to the lowest level possible.

You can learn more about "Adventure Safety Tips" here.

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Campsites on the tour

The campsites on the Tu Lan Expedition are arranged in the most beautiful camping places in the Tu Lan area. Each camping area has its own unique features that make it different and interesting. The campsites are equipped with lightning protection systems to ensure safety for visitors when there are thunderstorms.

On the first campsite, customers will camp in Tu Lan Valley. Tu Lan campsite has a stream and waterfall 5m high flowing from Hang Ken Cave and forming a large natural pool in front. The camping area is a stretch of sand located along the shallow stream and around the lake. Almost every morning, guests can enjoy the sounds of birds chirping in the woods, or watching the clouds clinging to the high cliffs in front of the Hang Ken Cave entrance.

The second campsite is in the Hung Dung Valley. Hung Dung campsite is located right next to Rao Nan stream flowing from La Ken valley. Surrounded by huge trees providing shade. Below the stream is a crystal clear river where you can comfortably swim or experience SUP paddling. Note: The water may not be clear on heavy rainy days.

The third campsite is probably the most beautiful of the campsites in Tu Lan. Hang Tien campsite is located right on the bank of Rao Nan River. This is also the last part of the underground river system before it emerges into the large river and then to the sea. Next to the campsite is a clear green lake filled with water flowing from the underground river. Many guests describe this lake as the "natural infinity swimming pool". At night you can watch the starry sky and in the morning you can watch the sunrise shining through the tent door.

The average temperature in winter is around 15 to 18 degrees, and in summer from 30 to 38 degrees Celsius. Customers are provided with warm sleeping bags in winter or portable fans in the summer months to use in your tents. You can find out more details about "unique campsites on Tu Lan expedition tour" here.

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Bathing at the campsite

All campsites on the Tu Lan Expedition are located right next to natural streams, lakes and waterfalls. Guests can swim comfortably at the campsites. Swimming activities are supervised by safety assistants to ensure the safety of all visitors. At the campsites, Oxalis has prepared a number of water tanks to store clean waterwate in case the river water is brown due to heavy rain. To protect water resources, shampoo or conditioner are not allowed to be used in the river or pools, and must be discharged onto the sandy area of the campsite. Environmental friendly biological shampoo is required on tour.

Toilet at the campsite

The tour occurs in a remote jungle with no power or infrastructure and for conservation and hygiene Oxalis has created environmentally friendly toilets, called "Oxalis Composting Toilets.".

The toilet consists of a normal toilet seat on top of a box. Inside the box, is a bucket and waste bag to collect all waste and toilet paper which is provided. Nearby is a container of rice husks. After finishing, cover the waste with a generous scoop of rice husks. This ensures a dry composting process, which does not smell, and covers the waste from insects.

When the buckets are full, the porters will change them and bury the waste in a designated location in the jungle. This will biodegrade and turn into fertilizer.

Visitors are required to use the composting toilets for both urination and defecation. Urination outside the toilet or inside the cave is not allowed because of the smell and impact on cave formations and the cave ecosystem.

Hand washing facilities are provided.

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What to expect

Tu Lan Cave Expedition tour is an adventure tour which involves trekking through the jungle, wading streams, climbing slopes and camping in the deep forest. This is a real adventure tour and quite strenuous for those who do not exercise regularly.

Tu Lan Expedition tours is a tour that takes customers into the remote primeval forest areas. There is no phone signal and no amenities like in an outside hotel. However, Oxalis provides the most comfortable overnight facilities for visitors for an adventure tour.

This tour is going into nature. Therefore, it depends on the weather every day, the rivers may be green but the water may be brown on heavy rainy days.

The Tu Lan Expedition Tour will be a great tour for tourists who have a passion for exploring nature and appreciate the masterpieces that nature has bestowed on us.

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Directions to Phong Nha

Phong Nha is located 45 km from Dong Hoi City, Quang Binh, Vietnam (about 40 minutes by car). From there you can book a shared or private transfer from Oxalis or rent a taxi to get to Chay Lap Farmstay resort.

* Visa: Vietnam provides visa exemption for citizens of ASEAN countries (30 days), and 15 days for citizens of (United Kingdom, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Belarus, Russia).

* International airports: There are 3 main international airports for international flights: Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN), Noi Bai International airport (HAN) and Da Nang International Airport (DAD). From Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) or Ha Noi, travellers can book domestic flights to Dong Hoi Airport (VDH). From Da Nang, traveler can catch a train or bus to Dong Hoi/Phong Nha.

  • Airplanes: There are many flights with Vietnam Airlines, Vietjet, Pacific Airlines, and Bamboo Airways, daily from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh to Dong Hoi.
  • Trains: Many SE trains run daily from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City stopping at Dong Hoi Station.
  • Bus: There are many day or night buses from Hanoi, Da Nang, and Hue to Dong Hoi or Phong Nha daily.

You can see more details of “transportation to Phong Nha" here.

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Tour booking process

This is an expedition tour that requires a lot of logistical preparation for both customers and Oxalis. Reading the tour details carefully will help customers to book the right tour. The tour booking procedure includes the following steps:

  • Customers carefully read the tour program and fitness requirements for consideration.
  • Customers carefully read the activities and experiences of the tour to ensure it is the right tour to book.
  • Each customer is required to fill in personal information in the booking form page. Customers are required to provide accurate and honest information about fitness and health information.
  • Once the booking is sent, Oxalis Adventure Consultant will contact the customer within 48 hours for next steps. After 48 hours if there is no contact from Oxalis, customers can call Oxalis directly or check the spam mail box to see if Oxalis email has been filtered.
  • After the booking is approved, the customer will pay 100% of the tour to confirm and secure the booking.
  • From the booking date to the departure date, the assigned Oxalis Consultant will contact the customer regularly to help answer questions as well as help the customer to prepare for the trip.
  • 45 days before trekking date, customers are requested to update their fitness and health information for the Oxalis Consultant in charge of the tour.

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Tour price and available dates for booking

The price of the Tu Lan Expedition tour is VND 18,000,000 per person. For reasons of safety and conservation of the environment and ecosystem of Tu Lan, the Tu Lan Expedition tour will welcome up to 600 customers. Most bookings are open for sale on a fixed schedule and individuals can book and join with other guests. In addition, Oxalis also has a few private tours for special groups, or film crews. Please see the departure schedule in the calendar box below. The dates in bold are the dates available. If you do not see the calendar box appear, please wait a few seconds or press F5.

Terms of tour cancellation

As the Tu Lan Expedition tour, only allows 600 customers to join each year, the tour is booked very quickly. After completing the booking process, customers are required to pay 100% of the tour fee, to confirm and secure the booking.

For this tour guests need a lot of time to exercise, prepare physically, and prepare the necessary items for the trip. Cancellation of the tour or change of departure date will greatly affect the logistics and operating costs of the tour. In order for Oxalis to make any changes or find a replacement if necessary, the tour cancellation terms are as follows: For Tu Lan Expedition tour, the tour cancellation can only be done 30 days before the tour departure date. Oxalis will charge 50% of the tour price if guests cancel 15 days before, and any cancellation less than 15 days before the tour will be charged at 100% of the tour price. See more details in “Terms of tour cancellation”.

Tu Lan Cave Expedition tour price includes

The price of Tu Lan Cave Expedition tour is 18,000,000 VNĐ (USD 774) per person, this price includes VAT, entrance fee, sightseeing fee, forest environmental service fee, management fee. Tu Lan Cave trekking tour includes the following services:

  • Pick up and drop off at Dong Hoi airport/train, bus station.
  • Logistics team: Each 8-guest tour will have 1 tour guide, 2 safety assistants, 1 chef, 5 porters, 2 porters (camp-guard).
  • Food: Oxalis provides food, drinking water, tea, and coffee during the journey (not including extra requirements). Dishes are based on fixed menus; vegetarian and vegan menus will be provided if ordered. Please inform us of any food allergies.
  • Accommodation: Oxalis offers the first night at Chay Lap Farmstay; 3 nights camping in the jungle and the last night at Tu Lan Lodge.
  • Safety equipment: Oxalis will provide safety equipment such as helmets, harnesses, headlights, gloves etc.
  • Travel insurance: Oxalis provides travel insurance for all guests participating in the tours with a maximum compensation of VND 10,000,000. Visitors are asked to buy comprehensive travel insurance for themselves before joining the tour.

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