Deep within Vietnam’s forests there’s a cave – it’s an underground kingdom no one’s ever heard of

It’s often been said that nature is the ultimate artist, and the video below only comes to strengthen that belief.
The clip takes viewers deep inside Vietnam’s Son Doong cave, which is the largest cave in the world. In fact, the cave is so large that it could easily fit a city block of 40-story buildings.
The cave is over 3 miles long and 492 feet wide in some places. To get to it, one must descend no less than 262 feet from the ground using a rope and safety equipment. Once you get to it, you can come across a wide variety of plants and beautiful emerald lakes that have their own beaches.
But although it is considered to be a natural gem, this cave has remained largely unexplored, mainly because it was only discovered back in 2009 by a farmer who came across it by complete accidence.
Now, one team from National Geographic managed to get inside the impressive cave.
National Geographic grantee and photojournalist Martin Edström ventured deep inside Son Doong and tried to capture its overwhelming size and beauty in 360 degrees.
The result is breathtaking! Take a look and don’t forget to share the awe-inspiring views with the rest of your friends and family online.

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