The most beautiful waterfalls in Vietnam

 

Deep inside mountains covered with jungles in Vietnam, there are many attractive natural attractions, especially waterfalls. Vietnam has many waterfalls from the north to the south. Here are some of the most beautiful waterfalls in Vietnam visitors should pay a visit in this hot summer.

Silver Fall, Sapa


Silver Fall is about 12km from the center of Sapa town. To reach this waterfall, tourists can go from Sapa center by car or motorcycle in only 30 minutes. Visiting Silver Waterfall on sunny days, it looks like a white dragon looking down from Ham Rong Mountain.
Visiting this waterfall, visitors will sink into a cool weather as well as the splendid scenery of the mountainous area. For mountaineers, it is possible to combine walking through the Sapa Valley to explore the Silver Falls.

Ban Gioc Waterfall, Cao Bang

This is the most beautiful waterfall in Vietnam and it is recognized as one of the four largest cross-border waterfalls in the world. Located in the northeast of Cao Bang province, the waterfall is 200m wide and 70m high, including 3 cliffs in the middle of the green.
This breathtaking spectacle brings fresh, graceful, tranquil beauty to the water, warmth and pristine of the ethnic villages. Ban Gioc Waterfall is a worthy destination during the trip to Northeast of Vietnam.

Bao Dai Waterfall

The name of this waterfall is derived from the last emperor of Vietnam - Bao Dai. It is said that the emperor stopped here on his hunting trips. At a height of 70m and spread over 100m, this waterfall is considered as the most beautiful waterfalls in Vietnam.
Yang Bay waterfall, Khanh Hoa province
Located in Khanh Phu Commune, Khanh Hoa District, Khanh Hoa Province, Yang Bay Waterfall attracts a large number of tourists in recent years. At 100 meters above sea level, waterfalls are in the thick primary forest.
You can also explore the daily life of the countryside, the Raglay minority village, swim in the cool water and have lunch at Yang Bay Restaurant which will bring you an unforgettable experience.

Dray Nur, Dray Sap and Gia Long (Buon Ma Thuot - Dak Lak)

These waterfalls are hidden in the highlands of Vietnam. A three-waterfall system, about 30 km from Buon Ma Thuot city, the Dray Nur, Dray Sap and Gia Long waterfalls can go through different routes. If you lack time, you can go to Dray Nur - which was voted the most in the top 3 cascades.

Dambri Dam, Da Lat

About 130 km south of Da Lat city, the waterfall is in a park providing a vertical cable car to the top. You will only have to walk a short distance to reach the 90-degree waterfall. Here, visitors can enjoy the scenic view and breathe the fresh air.

Tranh Waterfall, Phu Quoc

If you have come to Phu Quoc, you have probably come across one of the most popular waterfalls: Tranh Waterfall. The water here is like a cool mist and make the refreshing, relaxing.