Hua Ma Cave
Hua Ma Cave is located in Quang Khe Commune, Ba Be District. The cave has only recently been discovered so it is still almost untouched and enigmatic. The cave has been naturally shaped during the many-thousand-year process of geological changes. It is 700 meters in length and in some places the cave opens up and is 50 meters in height. Inside the cave, there are thousands of stalagmites and stalactites of different shapes; some look like small towers, others are like a statue of Goddess of Mercy or a formal court of mandarins in the feudal time.
Hua Ma means "Horse’s head" is a cave on a mountain, 300m above the sea level. This cave is 500m long and 50 m high, is home of beautiful stalactites in various shapes and size such as: flowers, pen tower..
All these stalactites were formed over millions of years. That's why Hua Ma cave is not only a beautiful spot but also an interesting site for those who research geology.