When it comes to the Central Highlands, we usually only think of Da Lat – a famous tourist city of Lam Dong province, but in fact, this land also contains many places with hidden beauty that need to be explored and invested professionally. more industry to serve tourism. Coming to the attractive tourist destinations of Dak Nong Province below, you will be surprised by the rich tourism space from eco-tourism, and community-based tourism to cultural tourism of this beautiful land. This article below will list the top 10 most famous tourist attractions in Dak Nong that you should not miss.
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Top 10 most famous tourist attractions of Dak Nong
Ea Sno Lake – Famous tourist attraction in Dak Nong
Ea Sno Lake has an area of over 80 hectares in Dak Ro Commune, Krong No District, Dak Nong Province, this is a completely natural lake with pristine scenery and charming scenery. As an interesting natural landscape, Ea Sno Lake appears before your eyes like a paradise in the middle of a great forest. Although it has been known for a long time, Ea Sno still retains its rare wild features.
Ea Sno Lake is surrounded by undulating hills with an immense green canopy. Looking down from above, the lake water is sparkling, sparkling like a giant silver mirror. This place has a very rich and diverse flora and fauna, contributing to increasing the attraction for tourists when visiting. Coming to this place, visitors will be immersed in nature, heaven, and earth, admire the wild beauty of the mountains and forests of the Central Highlands, and drop their souls into the water and cool breeze when sitting on a boat to explore the beautiful scenery of the lake. Leaving behind all the chaos, hustle and bustle of life.
The climate in Dak Nong is relatively pleasant, the temperature always fluctuates between 24 degrees Celsius, and the coldest season and the hottest season are only 5 degrees Celsius apart. The Ea Sno Lake area has the general climate of Dak Nong, all year round. divided into two distinct seasons, the rainy season and the dry season. This place has two distinct seasons: the dry season from November to April next year and the rainy season from May to October. However, the road to the lake is still quite difficult, a basalt red dirt road, so if you go in the rainy season, it will be easy. more slippery and arduous. The favorable time for you to move is in the dry season, around February and March of the year. Please consider carefully the time to come here to travel.
Dak Buk So Waterfall – A famous tourist attraction in Dak Nong
Originating from the lake area of Hamlet 2, Dak Buk So commune, this waterfall is located in the midst of a magnificent and wild natural scenery, the vitality of Dak Buk So waterfall is a testament to the natural lines full of beauty wildness of the mountains and forests of the Central Highlands.
Favored by nature for a very favorable natural space, the waterfall is like a white silk sheet passionately releasing its soul in the wind blowing among the mountains and forests, creating a poetic picture of nature that captivates visitors’ hearts. every time you visit. At the foot of the waterfall, there are many flat and wide fields with many big trees, creating a cool and quiet space for visitors to come here to rest, camp, and enjoy the poetic natural landscape fatigue of everyday life.
Another special feature of Dak Buk So waterfall to attract many tourists is the unique cultural space here. Located near the boundary of Bu Boon and Bu N’drung, Dak Buk So commune, this is mainly the M’Nong ethnic group, who still preserve unique epics, legends, and customs that tourists want to explore. break.
Ta Dung Lake
Ta Dung Lake, Dak Nong is a rather strange name on the tourist map, but for young people who are passionate about “dust travel”, it is a place like a treasure that must be discovered. Ta Dung Lake is considered Ha Long Bay of the Central Highlands because the lake is located in the valley on the side of Ta Dung mountain, Dak Som commune, Dak G’long district, Dak Nong province, surrounded by mountains covered with immense green trees. The lake’s water is clear blue, adorned with small dunes and hills. You should leave the dust in the bustling city, to come here once to enjoy the freedom and peace of heaven and earth.
There are two ways for you to get to Ta Dung. The first way, you follow QL14 towards Dak Nong, go to Gia Nghia town, and continue on QL28 through Quang Khe district to Ta Dung. The second way is from Ho Chi Minh City to follow NH20 to Di Linh, and then from here to NH28. When looking at Ta Dung Lake from above, surely you will not be surprised by the beauty of nature with more than 36 large and small islands, undulating on the lake surface. You can rent a boat to enjoy the peaceful space when surfing on the quiet lake. You choose an arbitrary island to immerse yourself in nature amidst the clouds, mountains, and forests. There is nothing more wonderful than sitting quietly and waiting for the last rays of the day to disappear behind the majestic mountains in the distance.
If you are lucky enough to go to Ta Dung on a weekend, you can also participate in the fair of the Mong people in the nearby Dak Nang village. The Hmong community here still retains the traditional customs and culture when migrating from the northern mountainous region, so visitors can experience a culture like in Sa Pa. This is one of the most tourist attractions in Dak Nong you should visit
Leaving Gia Nghia town, going against National Highway 14 towards Buon Ma Thuot city (Dak Lak) about 10 km to Quang Thanh commune, then following a gentle slope of red soil down another 300m towards the valley, visitors can hear the rumbling sound of the Three-Tier waterfall.
Ba Floor Waterfall is located in Dak Nong province, 8km from Gia Nghia town along Highway 14, back to Buon Ma Thuot city. The reason the waterfall is called Three Layers is because when the flow above the foot of the waterfall falls here, you have to go through 3 cascades to get to the heart of the waterfall below. These three cascades are located in succession with a length of about 40m. The first floor is 1.5m high. The third floor is the largest main waterfall of the cluster of 3 Three-layer waterfalls, more than 20m high, day and night the sound of rushing water resounds in the deep, quiet forest. Around the waterfall, there are many old trees and a large, flat, and cool land that can be used for camping and relaxing for visitors.
The three-tiered waterfall flows loudly amidst the tranquil scenery of mountains and forests and pours water on both sides of the stream regardless of day and night located in Dak Nong district, Dak Nong province. Here, the wide stream, along the banks of the river, adorns layers of tall groves with cool shade, giving visitors a place to rest and watch the white water flowing down from above with the catchy echo of the sound water, forest sound.
Cultural eco-tourism area of Dray Sap waterfall cluster – Gia Long – Trinh Nu
According to the website of the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Dak Nong Province, the cluster of waterfalls Dray Sap – Gia Long – Trinh Nu is located in two districts of Cu Jut and Krong No district, with an area of about 1,655 hectares. The only tour organization in Dak Nong at present. This cluster of waterfalls originates from the Serepok River system flowing through Dak Nong province. This place is like a watercolor painting, hiding the mystery in the wild features, each waterfall leaves a distinct impression in the hearts of visitors.
Dray Sap Waterfall: It is not too much of a compliment to say that this is the most majestic and beautiful waterfall in the Central Highlands. The waterfall flows rumbling day and night next to the craggy, towering cliffs. Dray Sap Waterfall is a waterfall with a height of about 50m, stretching 100m. Around the waterfall is a special-use forest with high biological value. Dray Sap Waterfall was ranked as a national landscape by the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism in 1991.
Gia Long Waterfall: Located upstream of the Serepok River, which runs through Dak Nong province, Gia Long Waterfall is the most majestic waterfall in the system of 3 waterfalls: Dray Sap, Gia Long, and Trinh Nu. The flowing white water creates a beautiful natural picture. Right next to it is the fairy pool with an area of 80 m2 along with a wonderful natural cave. Not only have the opportunity to admire the magnificent waterfall, visitors also have the opportunity to experience the fairy pool, and immerse themselves in the natural mother’s water of the fresh and cool Central Highlands to feel the very nature of the water. nature here.
Trinh Nu Waterfall: Under the subterranean basalt rocks, the water flows smoothly and gently. Following the natural stone paths winding around the waterfall, visitors can sit and rest at the lovely thatched huts and listen to the locals tell the story of the birth of the Virgin Waterfall.
Dak G’lun Waterfall – Famous tourist attraction in Dak Nong
Dak G’lun waterfall belongs to Dak R’tih stream basin, located in village 5, Quang Tam commune, Tuy Duc district, Dak Nong province. With a height of about 50m, the water splits itself in half like the loose hair of a beautiful girl and the clear, cool water has brought a beautiful scene before the eyes of many visitors. The highlight in that scene is the white waves of water splashing on the wide foliage, the undulating rocky shores blending with the peaceful and settling space, thereby bringing us the most relaxing and peaceful moments strange.
Right next to the waterfall, there are large and flat grounds for tourists to camp overnight, this is also an ideal place for visitors to watch the sunrise. At the foot of the waterfall, there is a wide stone arch from here, visitors can see the entire landscape downstream of the lake under the waterfall. Besides, the waterfall is surrounded by more than 1000 hectares of extremely diverse and rich ecological special-use forest. At the waterfall you can not only play in the water but also a place to camp, rest, spend the night as well as enjoy the fresh air.
Chu Bluk Cave
Chu Bluk Cave located in Buon Choah, Krong No district, Dak Nong Province is the longest volcanic cave in Southeast Asia. In this cave complex, there are more than 100 different large and small caves with mysterious, majestic, and strange landscapes created completely naturally from volcanic lava that erupted millions of years ago. before. The average width of each cave is about 5km and the average length is about 25 km, no one has set foot to exploit so the landscape here is completely pristine.
The researchers initially determined the symbols for each cave including C3, C7, A1, C8, and C9. Each cave has its own beauty and landscape, in which cave C7 is considered the longest in Southeast Asia, the cave floor is about 12 m above the ground and there is absolutely no path, forcing you to climb ladders or use equipment. Only professionals can discover. A special feature of volcanic caves compared to limestone caves is the ridges on the cave walls due to the pressure of lava, creating vivid shapes.
According to the Information page of the General Department of Tourism (Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism), come to Jun village, look at the stilt houses in the traditional architectural style of the Central Highlands, people nestled under the shade of green trees, and watch the young girls. Villagers work hard on brocade looms… visitors will think that they are going back in time to a peaceful, poetic scene full of legends that have been imprinted on the epic songs of the past. ancient times.
Coming to Jun village, visitors will be able to ride elephants to admire the mountains, villages, and vast lakes with waves crashing. If once staying in Jun village, there is nothing more poetic than when visitors can sit by the door frame of the house on stilts, watching the beautiful moonlit nights like, in a fairy tale, the wind blowing from Lak Lake brings the cold touch to the skin.
Coming to Jun village, visitors will be immersed in the poetic, legendary lifestyle that has been imprinted in the epic epics of ethnic literature of the Central Highlands people with small stilt houses. Beautifully nestled under green trees with the traditional architecture of the Central Highlands, watching local girls diligently on brocade looms… Buon Jun is an impressive cultural tourist destination for lovers. They want to learn, explore and experience the beauty of the ancient traditional culture of this land.
Nam Nung eco-cultural-historical Tourist Area
According to Dak Nong Provincial Newspaper in 2012, Nam Nung nature reserve is about 45 km from Gia Nghia town, belonging to the administrative boundaries of 5 communes, namely Nam Nung, Nam N’dia, Duc Xuyen (Krong No district), and Nam Nung commune. Quang Son (Dak Glong district) and Nam N’Jang commune (Dak Song district). With an area of 12,307 hectares, Nam Nung Nature Reserve is a complex with rich tourism economic potential with natural forests, scenic spots, and historical relics.
The Nam Nung eco-tourism area covers an area of about 12,307 hectares. This is a population rich in tourism potential with rich natural forest resources, mainly primary forests; Beautiful landscapes such as large springs are Three-tiered, Seven-story waterfalls and historical sites bearing many cultural imprints of the region along with interesting and meaningful activities such as climbing contests, protection programs, etc. living environment, responding to Earth Hour, doing charity work for local people to encourage local youth to look to their roots.
Most of the area is still primeval forest with many species of large trees, mainly black star, Lang Lang, oil… Located in Nam Nung Nature Reserve, there is also a National Historical Relic as the Base. resistance war B4 – Inter-zone IV, was the place where the Quang Duc Provincial Party Committee (former) stood in two resistance wars against the French colonialists and the American imperialists; This is also a place where many glorious victories are recorded and heroic history pages of ethnic minorities in the South Central Highlands are recorded under the leadership of the South Central Highlands. leader of the National Hero N’Trang Long, of N’Trang Guh… in the resistance wars against French colonial aggression in the early years of the twentieth century.
Doan Van Lake Tourist Area
Doan Van Lake tourist area is located in the territory of Doan Van village, Dak R’tih Commune, Dak Nong Province. The lake is 10 ha wide, looking down from the Provincial Road to the lake surface, you can see all the eyes, there is a road leading down to the lake shore and a dam that has been built and built solidly. In front of the dam is a hill like a peninsula surrounded by clear blue water, on both sides are wide and flat lands, and around the lakeside there are big trees to create landscape and shade.
The scenery around the lake is very poetic, located right in front of the dam is a low hill that looks like a peninsula surrounded by clear blue water; on both sides of the lake, there are flat and wide fields of land; Around the lakeside, there are big old trees that create shade and green beauty.
Walking around the lake, sometimes visitors will encounter the roofs of stilts hidden under the clouds floating in the sky, all creating a wonderful picture of nature and captivating anyone when they admire it. this stunning beauty.
Hopefully, the tourist attractions in Dak Nong above have helped you have a new choice for your upcoming long vacation to be immersed in the nature, lifestyle, and culture of the majestic Central Highlands. Vietnam Reviewer hopes that all of you will have a nice trip here. If you have any feedback or need help, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org!