Dau Go Cave, Halong Bay
Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
Tour Dau Go Cave, also known as Wooden Stakes Cave, the largest grotto in the bay. This cave was created approximately 2 million years ago, during the Pleistocene Epoch, and contains a dome that is 25 m (82 ft) high. According to legend, this cave was used to hold wooden stakes during the battle against Mongolians in the 1200s. When you enter the cave, watch for the various stalactite and stalagmite formations throughout. Our Halong Bay vacation trip planner makes visiting Dau Go Cave and other Halong Bay attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Worth our cruise booked through HALONG BAY CRUISES NO LIMIT website and visited Dau Go cave was one of our best experience of the tour. There are many kinds of shapes in cave and this cave was easy to... read more »
I believe that this tour is offered as part of most packages with the tour boats in Halong bay. It's well worth the visit and interesting story
This is an amazing cave and needless to say everyone stopped to look - i.e. busy - we really enjoyed it though and took some cool pictures - after we went kayaking and swimming with our group.
Malatesh B Nadig
It was stunning. I was about to abandon this trip as I felt like sleeping. Thank God for not skipping this visit. Best after Cu Chi Tunnels.
It's a magnificent place to visit! One of the best attractions in Ha Long Bay.
Part of the Halong Bay cruise, interesting Buddhist cave
Lovely place 😄
Magnificent nature creation Dr Paul
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