This is indeed a wonderful gift of Mother Nature to the Central Highlands. For me those who haven't come here yet, means haven't travelled to Dak Lak province.
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The waterfall really clean, big and beautiful.You can go to the Cave and take a shower, water massage, feeling amazing. Some group young peoples after camping,bbq they don't clean rubbish,not good.
It takes you around 1h and a half from city center to come here and buy a ticket 30,000vnd (1,5$) just walk inside and walk down to take some pictures. Free coffee with this ticket, there a few restaurant here inside. You are not allowed...More
We visited in June, which is the start of the wet season, and despite some recent rain, there just wasn't enough water to sustain the 100m-wide falls. There is a dam that is used to control the water flow; if it's open, the falls would...More
Drove about 45 minutes out of the city to get to this spot. The waterfall is bigger than it looks in the picture. I was told previously that you could swim here, but that was not the case. The view was epic though.
From the beginning we feel a little far to move from the city center to Dray Nur Waterfalls. But the waterfall is beautiful itself, make me so happy, cold and fresh, very great ! The company make a campus and you must go through it...More
A bit far but it's definitely doable as an half-a-day trip. The waterfall is magnificent. There's an area where you see locals bbq and also a walk over the rocks area where leads you to a small waterfall where you can actually shower. It's slippery...More