Most Beautiful Waterfalls in Vietnam (Part 2)


Yang Bay Waterfall

At Yang Bay, you are spoilt for choice, with hot springs, mud spas, and lagoon swims. It can be overwhelming with all of the activities on offer, but if you’re simply looking for natural pools in which to cool off, Yang Bay is a pleasant and relaxing choice.

Yang Bay Falls, Khánh Phú, Khánh Vĩnh District, Khanh Hoa Province, Vietnam

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Dray Nur Waterfall

In terms of quality and quantity, a trail through Krong Ana River takes some beating with its three spectacular cascades: Dray Nur, Dray Sap, and Gia Long. The Dray Nur Waterfall, however, is in a different league thanks to its great, galloping gush of water.

Dray Nur Waterfall, Ea Na, KRông Ana, Đắk Lắk, Vietnam

Dambri Waterfall via Binh Huynh

Dambri Waterfall

Located 130 kilometres (81 miles) from Dalat, Dambri Waterfall is one of the highest falls in Vietnam, and it is monstrously loud with a torrent of water plunging over 80 metres (262 feet) into a large pool. The most impressive views of this natural wonder are from the base and the steep stairs in front of the waterfall.

Dambri Waterfall, Hamlet 14, Lý Thái Tổ, Đambri, Đạ MBri, Bảo Lộc City, Lâm Đồng, Vietnam

Thuy Tien Waterfall

This area of gentle waters in a wild forested and rocky landscape is a serene retreat. The waterfall consists of three layers.

The first one has a low slope with steps; the spring is narrow, flowing gently through foliages of green leaves like flower trellis. Trees’ roots fall down look like swinging hammocks.

The second layer has rocky tiers. Here, the water creates various small and shallow lakes, where tourists can take a bath. From a far, the water looks like white flowers blossom under the sunshine of the Central Highlands.

At the third layer, water falls vertically to the ground, creating a deep lake, from which water flows gently, snaking its way through the tranquil jungles.

Thuy Tien Waterfall, Ea Púk, Ea Kar District, Đắk Lắk Province, Vietnam

Ba Ho Waterfall via Vietnam Travel Guide

Ba Ho Waterfall

Ba Ho Waterfall is a lovely, quiet place to unwind. A challenging 15-minute trek takes you through the first of three natural falls, culminating in a lake surrounded by densely forested landscape.

Ba Ho Waterfall, Ninh Ích, Ninh Hòa, Khanh Hoa Province, Vietnam

Khe Van Waterfall

Hikers can take the mountainous paths, which trail through dense forests, paddy fields, and ethnic villages, to reach the Khe Van Waterfall. At the height of 100 metres (328 feet), the waterfall has three levels of water, pouring over large slabs of rock, which creates beautiful, smooth and crystal-clear streams.

Khe Van Waterfall, Bình Liêu District, Quảng Ninh Province, Vietnam

Suoi Tranh Waterfall via hessbeck

Suoi Tranh Waterfall

In this wild green area, you will find a breathtaking rocky landscape with freshwater pools, streams, and sparkling waterfalls. Suoi Tranh is truly a spectacular spot to swim, so plunge in and cool down under the fast flow of the water.

Suoi Tranh Waterfall, Suối Mây, Dương Đông town, Phu Quoc, Kien Giang, Vietnam

Phu Cuong Waterfall

A one-hour drive from Pleiku and a 20-minute climb will bring you to this breathtaking cascade – a steady flow of water tumbling over red rock – which is an excellent refuge from the crowds of tourists.

Phu Cuong Waterfall, Highway 25, Dun, Chư Sê, Gia Lai, Vietnam

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