Hang Sung Sot (Cave of the Surprises)
Discovered by the French, in 1901, Hang Sung Sot (Cave of the Surprises) rests 25 m above sea level and is immense. The cave’s ceiling is approximately 30m high and the paved passage inside is 500-meters in length.
The uniqueness of this cave is that it holds many different shapes of stalagmites and stalactites which hang from the high ceiling. The formations inside seemingly come alive when light is reflected from several water pools inside the cave.
Take our retreat and good things happen:
a portion of your retreat cost will provide
a child with school tuition for one year.