If you are thirty for a trip to admire famous waterfalls in Vietnam, the blog is actually what you are in need. Those following breathtaking waterfalls will catch your attention at the first time of knowing about it.
Ban Gioc Waterfall – Cao Bang Province
Dubbed “the most renowned waterfall in Vietnam”, Ban Gioc Waterfall, situated in Dam Thuy Commune, Trung Khanh District, Cao Bang Province, 400 kilometers from Hanoi. In this region, the rainy season lasts from June to September, so it is supposed to be the time for splendid landscapes associated with water. From October to May is the dry season when the paths are easy to go through and everything seems to be more tranquil. The entrance fee: VND 45,000/adult and VND20,000/child.
Thac Bac Waterfall – Lao Cai Province
Thac Bac is 2 kilometers from Love Waterfall, at the altitude of approximately 200 meters, and upstream of Muong Hoa Spring. There are two ways to penetrate into the tourist attraction of Thac Bac Waterfall. Although it is too hot in summer days, people can perceive the cool ambiance from the scenic painting in which water heavily falls. The entrance fee is VND20,000/visitor. Aside from sightseeing, you can taste the local delicacies or buy souvenirs at the entrance gate.
Dray Nur Waterfall – Dak Nong Province
Lying in Dak Nong Province, Dray Nur Waterfall always appeals to independent travelers due to its glamorous landscape, formed by green trees, rocks, and water. Interestingly, legends and epics relevant to the waterfall and surrounding villages will contribute to your meaningful trip. Besides a sightseeing tour of the waterfall, you can go for a stroll in some of the nearby village, witness over one thousand-year trees, and zoom into on rare species of animals. The entrance fee at Dray Nur is vnd30,000/pax.
Dambri Waterfall – Dak Nong Province
Just 18 kilometers away from Bao Loc City, Dambri Waterfall is part of the Dambri resort with the total area of approximately 1,000 hectares. Here, you can experience pleasure from sliding on a 1,650 meter railway. Additionally, there are also other activities to try, such as visiting a zoo, joining Gong Festival, kayaking, fishing, camping, and watching circus. The entrance fee is VND150,000/adult and 100,000VND/child.
Pongour Waterfall – Lam Dong Province
Pongour Waterfall is also called Seven-Tier Waterfall and situated 50 kilometers from the heart of downtown Da Lat. The waterfall is 40 meters high and flows down through seven tiers of rock. Due to the unspoiled scenery of the highland, the wonder is voted number one by Dao Dai King. In addition to the natural beauty of this place, it is surrounded by the pristine forest with the area of 2.5 hectares, including the diversity of flora. The entrance fee is VND 10,000/adult and VND5,000/child.
Yang Bay Waterfall – Khanh Hoa Province
Just 45 kilometers away from Nha Trang City, Yang Bay Water is located in the Yang Bay tourist park, Vinh Khanh District, inside a valley with the area of 570 hectares and at the altitude of 100 meters above sea level. Yang Bay Waterfall is 80 meters high and 2,000 meters wide and emerging as a splendid natural painting with white water. The entrance fee is VND100,000/adult and VND70,000/child. Additionally, you can also visit beautiful gardens where there rare animals, watch performances with folk instruments, play games, and other stimulating activities.