Discover the most spectacular waterfalls in Da Lat

19/12/2018   1.030  5/5 trong 3 rates 
Discover the most spectacular waterfalls in Da Lat
Da Lat is one of the most poetic cities among Vietnamese people and well-known to tourists for all of the incredible waterfalls in Da Lat.

Many people visit Da Lat every year for an adventure activity known as Canyoning, essentially climbing down waterfalls.  Even if you are not here to climb down the falls, you will still find lots of amazing scenery and in fact, the most beautiful waterfalls in Vietnam are found in Da Lat.
  • Pongour Waterfall

    Pongour WaterfallPongour Waterfall

    Located from the center of Da Lat City 50km, Pongour is one of the famous waterfalls with majestic and wild beauty in the middle of Highland mountains. The water of Pongour waterfall runs through a system of terraced stone with 7 floors create a wild and poetic picture of nature. Pongour also honored as "the most spectacular waterfalls in Indochina", King Bao Dai also praised it as "the best natural waterfall of Viet Nam". Pongour is the sole waterfall of Lam Dong held anual festival on the fifteenth of January.

    Entrance Fee: 10,000 VND

  • Elephant Waterfall

    Elephant WaterfallElephant Waterfall

    The distinctive feature of the Elephant waterfall is your ability to experience the magnitude and majesty of the falls close up. You can climb down the rocks along the falls and then stand right under the spray. These falls are about 40 meters tall, and when the massive rush of waterfalls from that height, the sights and sounds are dramatic, poetic, and inspiring. In the dry season, the Elephant waterfall have the greatest flow of water.

    Entrance Fee: 20,000 VND

  • Datanla Waterfall

    Datanla WaterfallDatanla Waterfall

    Datanla cascade is located 5km from Da Lat city and also called “Fairy Fall”, is traditionally believed that once upon a time, the fairies often called on the upper stream to bathe. Datanla waterfall attracts tourists with its clear water flowing through 7 floor of rocks and pouring down large rocks, tossing white foam. Visiting waterfall, visitors also have the opportunity to play the exciting adventure games such as waterfall climbing, rafting, and slide the tray.

    Entrance Fee: 30,000 VND
    Canyoning Fee: 800,000 VND

  • Prenn Waterfall

    Prenn WaterfallPrenn Waterfall

    Prenn waterfall is located at the foot of Prenn Pass which is 10 km far from Dalat city. Prenn waterfall is the gateway of Dalat. In the old time, there was a village of Prenn up the stream, so the waterfall bears the name Prenn. From its height, the water flows down over a cliff of basalt rock creating a white curtain of water like the hair of a fairy.

    Guests can enjoy the beauty of the fall from the cable car or maybe along the stone steps on the way down the fall to discover firsthand the zoo, orchid gadern or watch lovely hut on the top of the tree. Coming to Prenn, besides watching the waterfall, admiring the immense pine hill, visitors also have the chance to enjoy Rice gruel with snakehead fish specialties.

    Entrance Fee:
    Adult: 30,000 VND
    Children: 15,000 VND

  • Dambri Waterfall

    Dambri WaterfallDambri Waterfall

    Dambri in K'ho means waiting. The fall is associated with the beautiful legend about a woman's faithful heart to her lover. This is the highest waterfall in Lam Dong with height above 40m. There are three ways to conquer the fall are walking 138 stairs, taking the elevator or experiencing the thrills with 1.650m long slide. On sunny days, visitors can discover the beauty of the primeval forests, participate in the big games, campfire. But if you come here on a rainy day, there is nothing more enjoyable than sipping hot coffee, watching the mist like a thin blanket covers the forest, listening to romantic songs.

    Entrance Fee:
    Adult: 150,000 VND
    Children: 100,000 VND

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