The release of ‘Kong: Skull Island’, a reboot of the classic 1933 movie ‘King Kong’, shines a spotlight on Vietnam’s North Central Coast - and in particular Ninh Binh and Phong Nha National Park, the main filming locations.

With the film’s top Hollywood stars including Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson and Brie Larson, having said to have visited the destination to film, interest in the area is likely to increase in light of the movie showcasing the natural beauty of the area.

As such, InsideVietnam Tours has launched a new 14-night 'Family Caving & Culture' option that features both Ninh Binh and Phong Nha National Park. Prices lead in at £1,650 per person, based on two sharing, and include transfers, internal flights, breakfast accommodation (including one night on a sleeper train and a Halong Bay one-night cruise), three lunches and three dinners. International flights are extra.

To book or for more information call 0117-244 3370 or visit

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