Tham Nam Water Cave

Situated 15km from Vang Vieng center, Tham Nam Water Cave with its river system running inside accessible by road is one of the most beautiful natural highlights of the town. The cave is a perfect choice for those who are finding a place to relax out of busy daily life by spending time floating on cool water and under bright sunshine. Nowadays, AK Home, a professional local tour operator in Vang Vieng, is responsible for manage the site.

Tham Nam Water Cave

To explore this amazing water cave, you need to rent a tube, a headlamp and using ropes attached to the top to go through the system and contemplate interesting stalactites. The water is almost below your knees or waist so it is still safe if you are not a good swimmer. However, the ending point of the rope-way is the deeper areas where you need to swim to explore further inside the cave. It is surely an unforgettable experience for you and your friends to enjoy the stimulation of the undiscovered adventure lasting about 1 hour. There is also a tour guide inside the cave who will give you brief information before starting, provide safety instructions while moving in the place to avoid hurts at some shallow points as well as a warning about the deep areas.

Exploring Tham Nam Cave

Tham Nam Water Cave opens daily but the ideal time to visit is in the afternoon which helps you to avoid crowded and enjoy the marvelous site the most. The tube experience is only available during the wet season (April to October) while in the dry season (November to March) tourists explore the cave on foot.

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