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By Samantha Coles | February 26 2019
As the world’s largest cave system, Hang Son Doong can easily fit a Boeing 747 jet into its huge underground halls, and it even has its very own weather system. The cave is millions of years old, created by the mighty Rao Thuong River as it eroded the limestone, forming this enormous tunnel beneath the Annamite Mountains. Of course, a terrain of this caliber can be extremely challenging, but with this trip from Cookson Adventures, you’ll have expert guides on hand as you trek through this extraordinary natural phenomenon, as well as a photographer to capture the experience. Aboveground, you’ll visit the world’s largest temple, Angkor Wat; fly into the serene Ha Long Bay by seaplane; explore the lush jungle in Cambodia (with dinner under the stars); and go paddleboarding and kayaking through the emerald waters.