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.
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.
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.
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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.
A place that is named ?Waterfalls of heaven? in the local language should give you a fair idea of what to expect. Yang Bay Waterfalls in Nha Trang run through a forest, leaving behind small rock pools. You can also listen to the ethnic Ragley group perform folk songs in this scenic spot. Perfect for a picnic with your friends.
Pongour Waterfall, located in Da Lat Vietnam, is a terraced waterfall and one of the most famous in Lam Dong Province. The mighty 40 meters high and 100-meter wide waterfall region is celebrated for its huge romantic landscape amidst rich valleys, lakes, springs and pine hills surrounding it. Recognized as a national level beauty-spot, it is surrounded by 25,000 square meter of primeval forest with a diversified flora. Pongour Waterfall is a widely held picnic spot praised for its poetic beauty and loved by the Vietnamese locals for its wild, lush green landscaped gardens.
Entry Fee : VND 10,000
Smack in the middle of Ngo Luong-Ngoc Son Jungle, Mu Waterfall is a multitiered azure cascade in the mountains. A short hike past fig-scented woodlands and seafood vendors takes you to the waterfall, which has several pristine pools for swimming and shady spots for relaxing. Families and groups staying overnight can rent Muong ethnic bungalows overlooking the waterfall.
Pouring over a 200-metre-square crystalline lake for swimming, Tac Tinh Waterfall stands at a startling elevation of 130 metres. This waterfall cascades down 40-metre-wide rocky tiers in a valley amidst the charming, high Hoang Lien Son Mountains covered with forests. Visit the ruins here, flanked by legends of the Dao ethnic group, for a panoramic view of the waterfall.
With bountiful freshwater flowing from an altitude of 400 meters, May Waterfall is a magnificent, but not straight, nine-step waterfall located in Thach Lam Commune. Especially from June to August every year, May Waterfall flows rapidly, rushing in from the river as splashing white foam. The lush surroundings are a great place to relax, overlooking picturesque mountains.
In a traditional fishing village, Suoi Tranh Waterfall offers a freshwater line for swimming. The waterfall and its surrounding sculpture park are accessed through a short uphill hike through a system of mysterious jungles and natural caves. Admission costs 30,000 VND. Attracting tourists for its diverse flora and fauna, Suoi Tranh waterfall is ideal for picnicking, camping and birdwatching.
Flaunting an impressive height of over 57 metres and a width of 30 metres, Dambri Waterfall is Lam Dong province’s highest waterfall, with a wonderful flow during monsoons. It is nestled in a tropical forested mountain with natural walkways, camping areas and a thatched-roof restaurant. For visitors taking the lift up and down the mountain, the entrance fee is 30,000 VND.
Considered the mightiest falls of the Central Highlands, Dray Nur Waterfall in Dak Lak is the soul of the Dray Sap community and is home to caves having stalactites and stalagmites. Fed by Srepock River, this waterfall tumbles upon three lakes where you can swim. From here, visitors can walk along the rocky bank for a panoramic view of the waterfall itself.
Thuy Tien Waterfall is situated in Ea Puk commune, originating from three triple-tiered streams in the curve of a mountain pass amidst emerald coffee and rubber plantations. Classified as a National Scenic Landscape Relic, this waterfall has a scenic second tier, with looming branches, colourful birds and stacked rocks embracing a shallow mini lake for swimming. Admission costs 25,000 VND.