Drone Captures Mysterious Cave In Vietnamese Forest, Revealing Forgotten Kingdom.

Hang Son Doong or “River Mountain Cave” was the largest unexplored cave in the world, until Howard and Deb Limbert and others of the British Caving Society traveled inside.

Now, filmmaker Ryan Deboodt used his trusty drone to take us all on an otherworldly journey through the subterranean wonder. The biggest cavern in Vietnam’s River Mountain Cave is so massive it could accommodate a Boeing 747. The mesmerizing tour takes viewers through the cave’s extensive cavern systems, where the cave walls reach 500 feet from floor to ceiling.

The film is beautiful in its own right, but Ryan has an ulterior motive behind it. He is passionate about wildlife and nature conservation. It so happens that the land around the River Mountain Cave is being brutalized for natural goods and minerals. That is why Ryan made this film, to raise awareness for nature’s beauty and the plight of the native groups living near River Mountain Cave.

Experience the incredible journey in the video below, and share if you were inspired by the grandeur of nature.

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