The Central Highlands, Vietnam owns a lot of beautiful and magnificent waterfalls such as Dray Nur, Dray Sap and Trinh Nu. This article will introduce you 7 waterfalls in the Central Highlands, Vietnam
Dray Sap Waterfall (Dak Lak)
Dray Sap waterfall is located in Dak Lak of the Central Highlands, Vietnam. In Ede language, Dray Sap has the meaning of the waterfall of smoke. The name originates from the image of the water winding on the rocks before falling that looks like a giant water curtain.
To come here, you follow the way to Dray Nur, or catch the bus number 13 (Buon Ma Thuot – Krong). You will be taken at the gate to the waterfall.
Dray Nur waterfall
Dray Nur waterfall is about 30 kilometers from Buon Ma Thuot (Dak Lak). From the city center, you go in the direction of Highway 14; when moving near the bridge 14, you turn left to enter the waterfall. With a length of over 200 meters, a height of over 30 meters, the waterfall play a role as a wall the two provinces of Dak Nong and Dak Lak.
The memorable experience here is wearing a life jacket to go through the waterfall wall and go into the cave which has been orally transmitted to be the palace of the Water Emperor. Moreover, it is fascinating to feel the coldness and the power created by the flow of the waterfall.
Thuy Tien waterfall
Thuy Tien waterfall, also known as Third Floor waterfall (Ba Tầng waterfall), is about 56 kilometers from Buon Ma Thuot (Dak Lak).
The waterfall consists of three floors with lots of overlapping blocks of large rocks. The first floor has a low slope and contains the steps that you can easily climb up and down. The second floor has so many stone steps. At the third floor, the water flows over a vertical drop to form deep lakes.
Krong Kma waterfall (Dak Lak)
Krong Kmar waterfall is derived from the highest peak of Cu Yang Sin Range, pouring down the valley and creating a wild and dreamy waterfall.
You can climb against the waterfall, explore the mountain and forest scenery with wide blue lake and enjoy the quiet space of the wild nature.
Bay Nhanh waterfalls
Bay Nhanh waterfall is a beauty spot of Ea Wer, Buon Don, Dak Lak of the Central Highlands, Vietnam. The name of the waterfall originates from the phenomenon that when Serepok flows into the area, it faces a large rock, which separates this flow into seven small flows.
Gia Long waterfall
Gia Long waterfall is located upstream Serepok river branch that runs through Dak Nong. The name of the waterfall comes from the exploitation King Gia Long had to cut the mountain, deforestation forming his way to come here to admire the falls.
Not suffering from the impact of human, Gia Long waterfall is magnificent and spectacular, thus, captivating a number of tourists.
Trinh Nu waterfall
Trinh Nu waterfall is situated in the center of T’ling Ea town, Dak Nong. The waterfall attracts tourists due to the population of column-shaped dark gray basalt scattering beside the stream bank. Here, you can participate in activities like elephant riding, fishing, leaning back in thatched watch-towers, or lying on the rocks listening to the sound of water flowing and birds singing.