Ban Gioc Waterfall is one of Vietnam’s most impressive sights. It is the highest waterfall in the country. The Ban Gioc waterfall is 30 meter high, 300 meter wide and is located on the Quay Son River. The waterfall is pristine and untouched by tourist masses. The beautiful jade blue water of the falls flows through a pastoral landscape of rice fields and bamboo groves surrounded by limestone pinnacles.
Silver or Thac Bac waterfall is a picturesque cascade of water located right beside the Highway 4D. Located about 30 minutes away from the Sapa main town, Silver waterfall lives upto its name. The white waters cascading down the hill slope glint in the sunlight, making it appear as though molten silver is flowing down the slope.
Also known as Lieng Rewoa Waterfall, this mighty waterfall is located 30 km south of Da Lat. The name Lieng Rewoa Waterfall which is from the K'ho ethnic language means Elephant Waterfall. The place is very peaceful and relaxing as it is far away from the main city.
These impressively tall waterfalls are a major attraction in Da Lat, located 10 km south of town. Prenn Falls are 10 meter high waterfalls which witness heavy tourist inflow throughout the year. Cable car services are also provided, but walking up and down is also great fun. Many domestic visitors can be found here especially on a holiday or a school picnic.
Located in the south of town, Datanla Waterfalls are the most visited waterfalls in Da Lat. 3 km from Prenn Falls, Datanla Waterfall is situated in the south of town. This is the most frequented waterfall in Da Lat. The most amazing part of this destination is the roller coaster ride down the falls. Adventure seekers must surely try this at top speed.