This Is The Largest Known Cave in the World, and It Is Breathtaking

The Problem With Tourism

Phong Ta, head of the Ecology Department at Hanoi University, stressed that more light, noise, and even the “human breath” can pose serious environmental hazards to the cave.

Despite sending letters to the Vietnamese government to reconsider backing the plans to construct a cable car, Phong has yet to hear a response. So far, the efforts continue on. And the fight is far from over to protect this beautiful cave from potential disaster.
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