Explore the World Largest Cave (Hang Son Doong) in Vietnam Tauheed Ahmad March 16, 2015 Travel, Videos 1854 Experience the world’s largest cave, Vitenam’s Hang Son Doong, from a quadcopter’s POV. The video was filmed by Ryan Deboodt near the entrance and the first and second dolines (skylights), which are 2.5 and 3.5 km inside the cave respectively. Ryan Deboodt used the following stuff: Canon 6D, Canon 16-35mm f4, DJI Phantom 2, GoPro Hero 4 Black. If you are really passionate about to learn more about the cave, there’s a great feature by National Geographic from 2011. In fact this is epic effort, and I’m sure you’d really enjoyed this video. Amazingly beautiful shot, our mother nature is extremely beautiful. Thank you for your work!. Hang Son Doong from Ryan Deboodt on Vimeo. Related PostsTham Khoun Cave, An incredible Hidden Cave in Lao’sColorful Cave underneath the City of Yekaterinburg in RussiaThe Magical Glowworms Waitomo Cave is Home to Unforgettable Sightseeing Attraction in New ZealandCueva de los Verdes: A Popular Cave in Canary Island.Ancient Cave of Hands in Patagonia ArgentinaAntarctica From Kelle LjungMan Transforms Abandoned 700-Year-Old Sandstone Cave Convert into a Luxurious HomeDrifting Through Iceland Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.