The Lost World in Laos

• The Lost World in Laos

Cave Tham Khoun - it turns 15, filled with water, with impressive views. To go on an exciting voyage and marvel at one of the wonders of Laos, travelers can come here with their kayaks, or rent a boat from the local population. The cave was formed by the river KSE Bang Fai.

Photographer John Savior went to the cave of Tham Khoun, to capture the mysterious worlds.

The Lost World in Laos

Cave Tham Khoun. (Photo by John Spies):

The Lost World in Laos

People kayaking help to assess the scale of the cave. (Photo by John Spies):

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This part of the cave with beautiful formations is not open to tourists, and one moves away leads directly to the jungle. (Photo by John Spies):

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The next bizarre formation. (Photo by John Spies):

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Another part of the cave that is not available at this time for tourists. (Photo by John Spies):

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In the cave of Tham Khoun has a variety of landscapes. This grotto, 60 meters long, is filled with water during the rainy season. (Photo by John Spies):

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Inputs and outputs of the cave looks like the way to a lost world. (Photo by John Spies):

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In fact, there are usually dark, and the team took 4 powerful LED lights to illuminate the vaults. (Photo by John Spies):

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Giant stalagmites seem giants next to the little man. Stalagmites - natochnye mineral formations growing in the form of cones, poles from the bottom of the caves. (Photo by John Spies):

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The cave river. (Photo by John Spies):

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One of the outputs of the cave. (Photo by John Spies):

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Beautiful education. (Photo by John Spies):

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(Photo by John Spies):

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This cave pearls - one of the types speleothem in caves. As a rule, cave pearls formed in the depressions on the floor, under the constant drippings. Falling from a sufficient height drops, saturated by dissolved calcium carbonate, turn pearls, giving them "to increment" to the ground, and supply material for crystallization. (Photo by John Spies):

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The water is clean and deep, with a rich green color. (Photo by John Spies):

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The water with a greenish tint and beautiful education. (Photo by John Spies):

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In the cave of Tham Khoun are real underground gardens. (Photo by John Spies):

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(Photo by John Spies):

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The bright light tells us that there is a way out. Well, it's time out? (Photo by John Spies):

The Lost World in Laos