Dak Nong has a mild year-round climate, with steep hills and mountains creating majestic waterfalls. This place also brings together more than 40 ethnic groups to form a rich culture imbued with national identity. Although Dak Nong tourism has not really developed strongly, it has a close connection with tourism activities in the Central Highlands provinces and surrounding areas, forming tours, and tourist routes such as Dak Nong – Da Lat – Ninh Thuân; Dak Nong – Dak Lak – Nha Trang; Dak Nong – Saigon – Binh Thuan.
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General information about Dak Nong
Dak Nong province is located at the southwest gate of the Central Highlands, at the end of the Truong Son range, a province in the development triangle region of Vietnam – Laos – Cambodia. Located 125 km from Buon Ma Thuot city along Highway 14, about 250 km south of Saigon, Dak Nong is located at an average altitude of 600 – 800 meters above sea level, the terrain is diverse and rich. There are alternating valleys, plateaus, and high mountains.
Dak Nong is favorably endowed with rich natural resources, which are primeval old forests with many rare species of flora and fauna; the climate is mild and cool; typical unique natural landscape; in which, notably the majestic and proud waterfall system distributed in almost all districts and towns in the province.
In terms of culture, this is the place to keep many tangible and intangible cultural heritages of the historical value of the country, notably the Central Highlands gong culture space recognized by UNESCO as an oral masterpiece. and the intangible of humanity. In addition, this land has a quite diverse traditional culture of many ethnic groups with their own traditions and identities. This place also preserves many unique oral epics such as the epic Dam San. The ancient customary laws, the architecture of the stilt house, the communal house, and the statue of the tomb also contain many fascinating mysteries.
When to visit Dak Nong?
Dak Nong is a transitional area between the two climatic sub-regions of the Central Highlands and the Southeast, but with the rise of the topography, it is characterized by a humid tropical highland climate, influenced by the southwest monsoon. dry hot. Each year there are 2 distinct seasons, the rainy season and the dry season.
- The dry season lasts from December to the end of March next year, the rainfall is negligible, the weather is relatively pleasant, so you can come to Dak Nong at this time.
- March is also the season when coffee flowers bloom throughout the Central Highlands, including Dak Nong and Dak Lak.
- The end of December of the solar calendar is the season of wildflowers.
Every year, after the Lunar New Year, there are many special festivals taking place in Dak Nong because this is the locality where many Tay and Nung people live.
Guide to Dak Nong
By Public transport
The transport network of Dak Nong province is mainly roads with 3 national highways with a total length of 310 km. This road network connects Dak Nong with Southern provinces and the Central Highlands via NH14, connecting with Lam Dong through NH 28. In addition, provincial roads with a length of more than 300km also help travel between districts in the province be easier. From Saigon, you can easily find a car to Dak Nong to depart every day, with a distance of about 250km, you usually only take about 7-8 hours for the trip (go at night, you will come in the morning).
Dak Nong does not currently have an airport, the two closest airports to get to the province center are Buon Ma Thuot airport with a distance of 130km and Lien Khuong airport (Da Lat) with a distance of 150km. If you want, you can take flights to Buon Ma Thuot, move to the center and then take a bus to Gia Nghia City.
Currently, all airlines in Vietnam have established routes to Buon Ma Thuot, departing from Hanoi, Hai Phong, Da Nang, Vinh, and Saigon. Round-trip airfare from Hanoi is about 1500-2000k, from Saigon about 1000-1500k depending on the airline.
By Private vehicles
If you live in Saigon or the provinces around Dak Nong, you can use a private vehicle to move here. From Saigon, you can move through Binh Duong, to Dong Xoai of Binh Phuoc, and then from here follow NH14 to reach Dak Nong.
Traveling in Dak Nong
Although there are not many, if you come to Dak Nong by public transport and need a motorbike to travel, you can also find a temporary rental for a few days. Of course, because this service is not popular yet, the procedure will be complicated and the cost will be higher than in other localities. If you come to Dak Lak first, you can rent a motorbike in Buon Ma Thuot to run to because the distance is not too far.
If you do not travel by private vehicle and cannot use a motorbike, for groups of about 4 people, you can use a taxi to travel between locations. Note if taking a taxi please agree on a package price for the time and distance to travel with the driver.
Some taxi companies in Dak Nong:
- Taxi Mai Linh: 0261 3 545 545
- Taxi Gia Nghia: 0261 3 939393
- Taxi Viet Duc: 0261 3 678 678
The bus network in Dak Nong is not much, only cars go to district centers and some bus routes connect with Buon Ma Thuot. If you use a bus, you still need other means of transport to go to the centers of the districts.
Staying in Dak Nong
Hotels and motels
Because tourism has not really developed yet, the number of accommodation facilities in Dak Nong is not much. Most of them are small accommodation establishments, few are rated high quality. If you want hotels of relative quality, you can almost only stay in the center of the province, Gia Nghia City.
Dak Nong has many advantages to develop this type of tourism, however, the construction and development of community tourism in the province are still facing many difficulties. The homestay is still mainly spontaneous, there is no agreement and coordination with tourists to turn into typical tourism products.
Tourist attractions in Dak Nong
Ta Dung National Park
Ta Dung National Park is located in the Dak Plao commune and Dak Som Commune, Dak Glong district, about 45 km from Gia Nghia city. With the majority of the area being vast green forests and large lakes and more than 36 large and small islands, the national park has a diverse fauna and flora, rich in number and species with more than 1000 species of flora and fauna. Many species are in the Red Book of Vietnam and the world.
Ta Dung Lake
Ta Dung Lake is also known as Dong Nai 3 Hydropower Lake because it is the main reservoir for the hydropower system. The lake has a fairly large area, extending to the territory of Lam Dong. In addition to the poetic, lyrical landscape and likened to Ha Long of the Central Highlands, the weather here is also relatively cool and pleasant all year round. Around the Ta Dung lake are multi-ethnic villages, including the Ma, Kinh, and Mong, living mainly on agriculture and fishing on the lake. Here, visitors will learn about the culture of the indigenous people, especially enjoy the specialties of the mountains and forests of the Central Highlands such as rice lam, canola wine, grilled chicken,…
Dak P’lao Waterfall
Dak P’lao Waterfall is located deep in the core of Ta Dung National Park. To reach the waterfall, visitors walk through a short forest with trees and vegetation close to human height, and require the guidance of indigenous people, as this place is still relatively unspoiled. Big rocks are scattered at the top and bottom of the waterfall, while the stream is clear. The two sides of the stream are straight giant umbrellas, interwoven like green nets.
Lieng Rom Waterfall
Lieng Rom waterfall or Nam waterfall is located in Phi Mur bon, Quang Khe commune. According to the explanation of the people in the area, before, to reach this waterfall, we had to go through the jungle, the steep cliffs. Now, the road to the waterfall is somewhat clearer, but also somewhat difficult.
Nam Nung Nature Reserve
About 45km from Gia Nghia city with an area of more than 12,000 ha, Nam Nung Nature Reserve is a complex of tourist potentials with natural forests, landscapes, and historical sites. The highest peak here and also in the South Central Highlands is Nam Nung (buffalo horn mountain) with an altitude of 1,500 m. Therefore, Nam Nung is considered the “roof” of Dak Nong with the north roof tilting towards the Serepok river and the south roof tilting towards the upstream of the Dong Nai River.
Luu Ly Waterfall
Located in Nam Nung ecotourism area, Luu Ly waterfall, in Nam N’Jang commune is considered a tourist destination worthy of its wild and poetic beauty. Most of the road from Highway 14 to the waterfall is surrounded by forests and green industrial trees on the red basalt soil characteristic of the Central Highlands. Luu Ly waterfall is more than 20m high with many layers of rock covered with green moss. Around the waterfall, there are many ancient trees with a broad green canopy.
The waterfall, also known as Len Gun, is located in the core zone of Nam Nung Nature Reserve, about 60km from Gia Nghia city. Currently, few people know this place, but the pristine beauty and fresh climate of the waterfall area will attract tourists.
Truc Lam Dao Nguyen Monastery
Truc Lam Dao Nguyen Monastery is a Truc Lam Buddhist institution located in the Nam Nung nature reserve 40km north of Gia Nghia city. Dao Nguyen Zen Monastery is hidden in a pine forest, far away from the residential area, so it is very quiet, brings a meditative atmosphere, leaning back against the 1500m high Nam Nung mountain range, the climate is cool all year round. The traditional cultural text of Bu P’ràng.
Dak Mo Mineral Spring
Located in Dak Son 1 village, Dak Mol commune with an area of 8 hectares, Dak Mol mineral springs rich in sodium Bicarbonate and Sodium carbonate salts, taken from a depth of 180 meters in the ground, water temperature is always stable at 37-40ºC. This is a site that has been planned in the future for the development of ecotourism.
Chu Blúk Cave Complex
The Chu Blúk cave complex is the longest volcanic cave in Southeast Asia, whose landscape is still pristine because there are no exploited footprints. Chu Blúk cave has more than 100 large and small caves, each of which is a magnificent landscape created from back-sprayed lava flows millions of years ago.
Dray Nur Waterfall
Dray Nur waterfall is located 25km from Buon Ma Thuot city, following Highway 14, passing Buon Kuop hydropower nearly 3km and this is a majestic waterfall of Dak Lak. Previously, this waterfall along with Dray Sap waterfall were all in Dak Lak, after separating the province, only Dray Nur was left. The waterfall has a length of over 250 meters and a height of over 30 meters connecting the two banks of Dak Lak and Dak Nong.
Dray Sap Waterfall
Dray Sap waterfall is also known as Chong waterfall. According to the Ede language, Dray Sap means “waterfall of smoke” (dray: waterfall, sap: Smoke), because the stream of water pouring down into the valley forms a large mass of flying dust like the color of smoke.
Gia Long Waterfall
Also known as Dray Sap Thuong waterfall, about 30m high, about 100m wide, equal to the width of the Serepôk river surrounded by great trees creating a landscape that is both majestic and wild. The waterfall has an artificial tunnel connecting the surrounding roads, there are suspension bridges built by the French in the 30s of the twentieth century, the most beautiful flood-blocking rock embankments in Vietnam were also built at the same time.
Lake Ea Sno
Lake Ea Sno in Dak D’rô commune has an area of 14,119 ha formed by volcanic activity, a beautiful natural landscape, surrounded by rich and diverse vegetation.
Historical site N’Trang Gư
Located in Buon Choáh commune, this is the place to keep the grave of N’Trang Gư, the village, the fields, and the bases of insurgents led by N’Trang Guh leader against the Siamese in 1884-1887 and the French colonialists. 1900 – 1914.
Lieng Nung Waterfall
Lieng Nung Waterfall, also known as Dieu Thanh waterfall, is a waterfall on the Dak Ninh stream located in N’Jrieng village, Dak Nia commune, Gia Nghia city. The waterfall has a height of about 30m, the upstream of the waterfall is Dak Nia Lake originating from the Dak Tit River, the branch of the Dong Nai River. Dak Nia lake is about 12 hectares wide. Around the waterfall are the villages of M’nong and Ma ethnic minorities.
Phap Hoa Pagoda
The temple was built in 1957 in the area of Gia Nghia City (today). This temple is often visited by many Buddhists and local people.
The Virgin Waterfall
Trinh Nu waterfall is not as majestic as other waterfalls in the Central Highlands, instead is rapids made up of countless large and small rocks, arranged horizontally along with a variety of shapes under the Krong N river bed. Legend has it that the name of the waterfall “Virgin” is derived from a folk tale about the love of a native girl. Because of the difficult love, she planted herself in the water to keep all her love. Touched by the action of the girl, the people around the area named the waterfall “Virgin Mary”.
Truc Lake is located in the center of Ea T’ling town with a total area of about 25 hectares, of which about 15 hectares of water surface. The remaining 10 hectares are located in a peninsula with a myriad of forest trees such as Black stars, purple tombs, pine trees, bamboo,… Ho Truc is both a green lung regulating climate and a tourist destination with ideal ergonomics.
West Lake Dak Mil
Dak Mil West Lake is a semi-artificial lake formed in 1940 by the French colonial planning to serve the coffee planting project in Vietnam. West Lake is considered one of the most beautiful lakes in the Central Highlands. The aquatic species of the lake are extremely rich, according to the results of the researchers, there are up to 500 species.
Historical Relic Dak Mil Prison
Located in village 9A, Dak Lao commune. History Dak Mil Prison is associated with the historical relic of Buon Ma Thuot Exiled House. Dak Mil Prison was built on a small plot of land in the old forest near the center of Dak Mil, consisting of 9 compartments, surrounded by a tight wooden fence and outside the barbed wire.
Hill 722 – Dak Lak
The 722 hill victory site is a national historical relic of Vietnam, located in the Dak Lak commune. This place marked many fierce battles of our main army forces, troops, and local people throughout history from 1968 to 1975.
It is also known as Dak Sin waterfall is located in Dak Sin commune, bordering Hung Binh commune. From landmark 208, on Ho Chi Minh Road (Highway 14), the Kien Thanh commune goes straight about 20km to reach the beginning of the waterfall. The majestic, pristine and beautiful waterfall stretches over a length of about 3km, made up of 5 steps, so it is called a 5-story waterfall.
Phuoc Son Tourist Area
Phuoc Son ecotourism area in village 13, Dak Wer commune. Here, visitors will visit the agricultural production process applying high technology, fishing, and enjoy the clean products grown on the spot.
Dieu Thanh Waterfall
Dieu Thanh waterfall is located in Nhan Co commune, formerly one of the famous waterfalls of Dak Nong with its wild and poetic beauty. Dieu Thanh Waterfall is about 30 meters high and falls into a deep pool, blowing white foam. At the foot of the waterfall is a vast expanse of water with many small undulating rock tissues, forming hundreds of flows in many directions. The beauty of Dieu Thanh waterfall was once compared to a princess in the green forest. However, in 2009, when the Dak Roi hydropower plant blocked the flow, the Dieu Thanh waterfall was completely deformed.
Dak G’Lun Dak Waterfall
Dak G’lun has a height of about 50m, a waterfall width of about 15m, a slope of 90 °, and an area of 91.6 ha. Above the waterfall are large rocks, the base of the waterfall has a wide rock arch. Dak G’lun waterfall is surrounded by more than 1,000 hectares of special-use forest, so the ecosystem in the waterfall is diverse and rich.
Dak Buk So Waterfall
Originating from the lake area in village 2 of the commune of the same name, located in a cool and still relatively unspoiled space, Dak Buk So waterfall is a potential ecotourism destination of Tuy Duc. The land here is still inhabited by M’Nong people with many unique cultural features preserved.
The heroic relic N’Trang Long
Historical relic sites of the M’Nong anti-French colonial movement led by N’Trang Long (including the site of Don Buméra and Don Bu Nor) are located in the Dak R’tih commune and Dak Buk So commune. More than 70 years ago, it was at this place that the resistance war against the French colonialist invasion of the M’Nong under the leadership of Chief N’Trang Long lasted continuously from the end of 1911 to the beginning of 1935. again one of the shining history pages about patriotism and solidarity in fighting for the independence of ethnic minorities in the heroic Central Highlands.
Delicious food in Dak Nong
Serepok River Fish
Ca Lang can be processed into many dishes, but the most impressive thing is the fish-rice noodle hotpot with a unique taste of the Central Highlands. Eating Lang fish hot pot is fresh, not chilled. When the hot pot is boiling, add the fish along with the vegetables to serve. The sweetness, the pulp of the fish meat mixed with the sweet and sour taste of spices such as medicine cannot lack a single taste; try an absorbent pad to the root. To make the hot pot more delicious, it must be eaten with celery, broccoli, basil, mint, and especially the vegetables that are indispensable for the soup to be more fragrant and sweet.
Muối Kiến Vàng
Golden ant salt is one of the favorite dishes used by M’nong, Ma, Ede people in their daily meals. The way of processing is also quite simple with the main ingredient is weaver ants (a type of ant that lives on each nest on the tree). After catching the ants, let the whole nest soak it in hot water or put it in a frying pan for the ant to die, take out the ants to drain, and then roast them with salt and salt. Depending on the preference of each family, give chili, more or less salt. When the salt is dry and the ants are fragrant, pour it into a mortar and crush it well, put it in a box for several days,…
The indent soup includes the ingredients: clove leaves, rattan buds, bitter tomatoes, spring fish or meat, and accompanying spices such as fish sauce, chili, salt, monosodium glutamate, and sugar,… Before cooking, people chop a giant tube. Have a long slang, trim the end of the tube so that it is smart, so that the soup will not drain water out. Choosing giant umbrellas is a secret, if you choose too old trees, you will crack, or the young plants will not taste good,… after processing the above ingredients, people put everything in the giant tube and erect the tube. on a fire. While cooking, on one side, turns the tube evenly to the fire and uses a chopstick to indent the ingredients of the soup well and evenly, the act of indenting also makes the steam come out. Whether the soup is delicious or not depends much on the two above. Perhaps it is this movement that the soup has such a name. Usually, the recessed broth is only half a meter long. During festivals where much is needed, people cook and make many tubes. The time to ripen is about 60 – 90 minutes. After the soup is ripe, people can give them a bowl or banana leaves because the soup will be thick when ripe, and it will be very flexible. When eating this soup, there are many bitter, spicy, and fatty flavors,…
Gỏi Cà Đắng Cá Khô
Many people joked that the specialty of the Central Highlands people is usually “the scent of the sea in the middle of the forest” is also true. Salad is a variation between specialty bitter tomatoes in the mountainous regions of the Central Highlands with dried anchovies of the sea and only up to the mountain.
Humiliation is a traditional dish of the nation and is always present in the trays of the family and family of the Chinese in Dak Ru (Dak R’lap). If you often go to some northeastern provinces like Cao Bang or Lang Son, you will not be too surprised to see this dish.
In Dak Nong, the Tay people live in most districts and towns but are most settled in Cu Jut and Krong No. The Tay people have many delicious dishes, elaborately processed, the most popular is the cake roll. In the past, the rice roll dish was mainly prepared by families to enjoy in the dry days or when it was impossible to go to the fields or fields when it was raining and windy.
The rice cake is a folk dish made of smooth, pounded sticky rice, shaped into a round, flat shape, with a filling inside. This type of cake is often made by the Tày people on holidays, Tet, celebrating the new rice crop, weddings or when guests come to play at home,…
This is a traditional dish of the Nung people, all kinds of “pẻng tải” are wrapped in banana leaves, dried, steamed for about 30 minutes to ripen. After steaming, people take a bamboo toothpick to thread the cake into pairs, hang it on a bamboo pole in a cool corner of the house, to keep it for 3-5 days without mold, rancid. The cake has a sweet taste of sugar, the sweetness of the sticky rice, and the sweetness of the bean filling.
Thịt Gác Bếp
Dried meat is not only one of the effective ways to preserve meat, but has also become a culinary specialty of ethnic minorities. The dish partly shows the customs and daily life of ethnic groups. With the way of “smoking” in the kitchen upstairs, the meat is strangely delicious. Today, kitchen guard has become a special dish in the community of ethnic groups and tourists.
Sour soup with yellow ants
For a long time, the Ede people here used weaver ants to process them into many rustic but unique and delicious dishes. In which, the yellow and sour soup is considered a traditional dish of the Ede people. To make this soup, the main ingredients are yellow ants, shrimps, fish, river crabs, “djam tang” flowers, cilantro, and spices. People who enjoy the “djam tang” flower-cooked sour soup will have an unforgettable impression. The distinctive sour taste of weaver ants stimulates the taste buds of the taster. The fatty taste of ant eggs makes the dish even more exotic and attractive. The aroma of the dish brings slightly together with the sweet taste from the clean ingredients in the Serepok river bed even more interesting.
Núc Nác Fruit
Ginkgo biloba dishes are not edible for everyone, as it has a slightly bitter and pungent taste. The young tops are boiled with lemon juice, or gooseberries can be processed into stir-fries, boiled, and soup, but the best dish is still the salad. In order to have delicious food processed from now on, people often choose to pick young fruits, not old, and pale green.
Cơm Lam Mạ People
Since the past, the ethnic minorities in general and the Ma people, in particular, have had nomadic practices, living in the fields. Therefore, they often take advantage of and create raw materials and tools from the forest for processing food. Com lam also comes from there.
The rice is put into bamboo tubes, water from the stream, and the cliffs are cooked and cooked into rice right in the forest. This way of making rice is extremely unique because the rice is cooked in a sealed tube, keeping its scent and without losing nutrients. For Ma people in Dak Nong, Lam rice is a popular and indispensable dish in festivals and festivals.
Dak Nong specialties bought as gifts
Dak Nong Coffee
Not only Dak Nong but perhaps coffee is a specialty of all the Central Highlands provinces due to its soil and climate characteristics. Coffee of this land is always delicious and is one of the indispensable products when visitors want to buy as gifts.
Dak Nong Wax Avocado
In Vietnam, avocado is grown in many parts of the country, but the most famous is the Tay Nguyen waxy avocado. Because the avocado here is suitable with the red basalt soil climate, the Central Highlands avocado soon became a regional specialty of the Central Highlands. Avocados currently account for about 20% of the total fruit production in Dak Nong province.
As a type of seed imported to Vietnam and grown mainly in the Central Highlands, macadamia nuts have many nutritional values and are often bought and used by people during Tet. In Dak Nong, the most famous macadamia product is grown in Tuy Duc.
Liquor is the gathering of knowledge, inheritance, and cultural identity continuity through many generations of ethnic minorities M’nong, Ma, Ede in the Central Highlands, including Dak Nong. The main ingredient to make the wine can be corn, cassava, glutinous rice, non-glutinous rice, and boiled seeds,… but the most delicious is still sticky rice, often used on special occasions. Yeast for wine brewing must be made from the bark and leaves of the forest tree,… The method of making wine is simple, rice is cooked into the rice and mixed with rice husks, spread thinly and then dried; crushed yeast and wine sprinkled on the rice pan, then mix one more husk and pour into the rice husk brewed, use the leaves of forest trees or dried banana leaves to incubate,…
Forest termite mushrooms
In the Central Highlands in general and Dak Nong in particular, when the rainy season comes, many people eagerly go to the fields to find termite mushrooms to eat and sell. Termite mushrooms have a sweet taste when processed into dishes, the mushroom body is both crunchy and chewy, the mushroom cap is very soft.
Dak Nong tourism schedule
Tour 1: Explore Dak Nong 2 days
The itinerary is for you to use private transport, originating from Saigon or neighboring provinces.
Day 1: Saigon – Ta Dung – Gia Nghia
On this day, you started early from Saigon, followed NH13 to Dong Xoai (Binh Phuoc), from here continue on Highway 14 to reach Dak Nong. Along the way, you can stop to explore some famous places such as Soc Bom Bo, Bu Dang.
Have lunch on the street or bring snacks from home.
Afternoon to Ta Dung, the place is called Ha Long Bay of the Central Highlands. You can stop to rest, drink coffee, and enjoy the panoramic view of Ta Dung from above.
Evening move to Chiayi City, check-in, and rest. Don’t forget to enjoy the delicious food here.
Day 2: Gia Nghia – Nam Nung – Saigon
Get up early in the morning, have breakfast, and check out to continue the journey
Walk along NH14 through red basaltic roads to reach Nam Nung Reserve, visit Truc Lam Dao Nguyen Monastery, Luu Ly Waterfall.
Depending on your preference, you can have lunch on the street or return to Gia Nghia center to eat. End of lunch moves back to Saigon.
Tour 2: Hanoi – Buon Ma Thuot – Dak Nong
This itinerary is for you to fly to Buon Ma Thuot from Hanoi to explore the Central Highlands.
Day 0: Hanoi – Buon Ma Thuot
From Hanoi, take a flight to Buon Ma Thuot, to the city center to rest. If you fly afternoon or evening flights, after checking in, just go around and save your energy for the next day.
Day 1: Buon Ma Thuot – Buon Don
This schedule is relatively long, so you should rent a motorbike in Buon Ma Thuot as a means of transportation throughout the journey.
Go to Buon Don to visit the village, walk on the network of suspension bridges over the Serepok River, Lao’s old stilt house, the Ede tomb area, visit the grave and hear about the elephant hunting king.
Lunch to enjoy Buon Don specialties such as grilled chicken, river fish, and lam rice
Afternoon return to Buon Ma Thuot to visit Dak Lak ethnic museum. Walking around in the evening and enjoying coffee
Day 2: Buon Ma Thuot – Dray Nur – Dray Sap – Gia Nghia waterfall cluster
Morning departure to visit this waterfall cluster, about 40km away. It is possible to bring lunch to rest at one of the 3 falls.
After getting bored here, you continue to move to Nam Nung Reserve, visit Truc Lam Dao Nguyen Zen Monastery, and Luu Ly Waterfall.
At the end of day 2’s journey, you come to Gia Nghia City to rest and get strength for day 3.
Day 3: Gia Nghia – Ta Dung – Buon Ma Thuot
Depart early from Gia Nghia to Ta Dung Lake, which is considered a miniature Ha Long Bay of the Central Highlands. You can freely roam, take pictures, drink coffee here and then go back to Buon Ma Thuot city to rest.
Day 4 ++ Explore more Dak Lak
If you have time, you can arrange to explore some other tourist destinations of Dak Lak, go to Da Lat or surrounding provinces such as Kon Tum, Gia Lai,…
If there is not enough time, you will finish the journey and fly back to Hanoi
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