If you have a true traveler’s soul you’ll be able to appreciate this one.
We have recently stumbled upon an amazing footage of the biggest cavern in Vietnam’s Son Doong Cave. This mind-bending and mesmerizing nature’s work of art is so vast that it could actually cradle a Boeing 747.
“You feel absolutely miniscule,” says Ryan Deboodt, a professional photographer who made this breath-taking video possible.
Deboodt’s stunning drone video takes us on a journey through these massive caverns, some of which are almost 500 feet (150 meters) wide and 650 feet (200 meters) high.
Watch it here:
As National Geographic reports, “Deboodt spent eight days camped inside the cave, one of the world’s largest, with a GoPro fitted onto a drone.”
The amazing Son Doong Cave was first explored in 2009 and it is located in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in central Vietnam.
Read National Geographic’s candid interview with Ryan Deboodt here.