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Xin chao and welcome to Jungle Boss Homestay, Adventure Tours and Organic Farm!

Homestay

Surrounded by breathtaking mountain views and traditional rice fields, Jungle Boss Homestay is the perfect base for all your Phong Nha adventures – swimming in Son River, cycling through the countryside, and exploring UNESCO World Heritage Site and Cave Kingdom of the World, Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park.

 

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Adventure Tours

UNESCO World Heritage Site, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, was created to protect one of the world's two largest karst regions, which in turn protects the limestone forest ecosystem of the Annamite Range in the North central coast region of Vietnam. Phong Nha-Ke Bang is noted for its 311 caves and grottos with over 200km of cave passage.

Phong Nha holds several world cave records, including the longest underground river as well as the largest cave in the world. Thorough exploration of the entire area is still not yet complete.

Under the guidance of an internationally-qualified local tour guide, with the support of a team of local porters, all Jungle Boss tours represent great opportunities to get into the jungle and experience authentic Vietnam while also supporting employment for local people.

 

National Park (1D)

Ma Da Valley (1D)

Abandoned Valley (1D)

Elephant Cave & Ma Da Valley (1D)

Ma Da Jungle Camp & Caving (2D/1N)

Ma Da & Abandoned Valleys (2D/1N)

 

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Organic Farm

At Jungle Boss, we define organic agriculture as an integrated farming system that strives for sustainability.

Vietnamese organic farmers do not allow nature to take over their farms. They use their knowledge, techniques and available materials to work with the environment. In doing this, local organic farmers create a healthy balance between nature and farming, where crops and livestock can grow and thrive in their given landscape.

You, too, can take part in helping create harmony at Jungle Boss. Just ask any staff member how you can help us become a self-sustainable organization.

Learn about the different crops that are grown in Vietnam:  peanuts, corn, wintermelon, pumpkin, green beans, and more. Become knowledgeable in the culture and lifestyle of Vietnam, and most importantly, get a real insight into traditional Vietnamese farming.

Our chef can also help you make mouthwatering, traditional, Vietnamese cuisine. From field to stove, she will be with you every step of the way: helping you gather the components, prepping the ingredients, and guiding you while you learn to cook multiple local dishes. After the session, devour your delicious, hard-earned work!