As long as you sign up for a one-day tour of Vang Vieng, you are basically taken to this cave first, starting at about 9:00 in the morning. First of all, the tuktuk of the travel agency will take you to the upper reaches and get off at a distance of about ten kilometers. First go to the Elephant Cave. This is a relatively simple and not deep hole, named after the stone at the entrance of the cave resembling an elephant.
The Tansang Karst Cave Tour was not fully developed, we went in with a one-day group, there is no light inside, very natural Karst Cave, very beautiful.
Pretty. The whole cave is very unique in its structure, with many stones like Buddha, bright light sources that can go to very deep locations.
There are several statues of Buddha and a Buddha's footprints in the Tansang cave. The guide took us only for a short walk. When we came out, we were asked to turn off the lights and go in the dark. It was interesting.
The cave is still small and has some odd shaped stones inside, it is best to go with the local guide to see him and explain it to you.