waterfalls in Vietnam are listed in world's most beautiful
By Custom Vietnam Travel | Updated 1/5/2019
Bản Giốc and Dambri waterfalls in Việt Nam are listed among the 15 most charming cascades in the world by Microsoft network MSN.
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MSN describes Bản Giốc Waterfall in the northern province of Cao Bằng, near the border with China, as ‘a paradise on earth’, while the Dambri Waterfall in Bảo Lộc Town in the Central Highlands province of Lâm Đồng is mentioned as a place worth visiting.
Dambri waterfall in Lam Dong Province
Dambri is one of several famous destinations in Lâm Đồng Province. Around 130 kilometres from Đà Lạt, Dambri is one of the highest waterfalls in the country, setting a majestic landscape that draws thousands of backpackers and adventurous trekkers every year. Clear, cold water runs off the mountains of the Central Highlands and spills over a dramatic, rocky escarpment, falling 70 metres into a large pool before continuing to gurgle down the valley in a series of gentler, terraced cascades. Furthermore, there has an original forest with interlaced licenses everywhere and a local minority tribe (Dang T’Dung tribe of the Ma) which still has some traditional activities suitable for anyone who wants to study ecology and the culture. This grand waterfall is surrounded by giant tropical trees.
Birds eyes view of Ban Gioc Waterfall
Another impressive nature sight that you can be missed, is Ban Gioc Waterfall which is located around 340 kilometres from Hà Nội and is a relatively uncrowned natural beauty in Việt Nam.
The waterfall can be visited at any time of year, but the best time is said to be September and October when the summer rains that feed the falls are less frequent and the rice harvest is in full swing.
"Forget a blue drop against grey rocks, this waterfall is surrounded by bamboo groves and splashes over limestone rocks into a jade-coloured natural pool. You can even take a dip in the pool," the site writes.
Swimming is banned here but there are small bamboo rafts that take tourists to the very edge of the falls.
Sources: VN Express International