Thursday, May 16th, 2013 - 2:45 AM


Dak Nong is one of the province in Tay Nguyen (the Central Highlands). Tourist will be interresed in the wild, majestic, high mountains, waterfalls, natural lakes and cultures of the ethnic groups.

There are many beautyful waterfalls which have splashing water all year round. Dray Sap extends to 500 meters, height from above flows down the side of 20 meters. Stand in the top, it is far-flung. Dray Sap Waterfall seduced by the fuzzy. According to the Ede language, “Dray Sap” means “Smoke Waterfall”. The water flow strong and cool. The road to Dray Sap Waterfall is very nice, pass the little slopes, through forests which are thousands of years old.


Near the Dray Sap Waterfall is Gia Long Waterfall. Located in a calm place with the murmuring sound of falling water, it seems wild. Because it far from other waterfalls, most customers just stop at the waterfall outside, few people in Gia Long waterfall.

Ecosystem around Gia Long waterfall area is very rich with ancient trees, many trees have hundred year lifespan. Primary forests are strictly protected. Density and vast wooded should still retain diverse ecosystems, attracting birds, animals live. With cool air, pure nature Gia Long waterfall has chosen in the list of Vietnam destination

Dak Nong has many natural lakes in the mountains and forests, which together with have created attractive eco-tourist routes. Covering over 80ha Ea Sno Lake is an amazing natural landscape attached with the folk legends and customs of the local people. Tourists can enjoy the beauty of green hills by a boat or go to the Dray Sap Waterfall or visit Choah and Bu Nor Hamlets.This is No Trang Long hometown. He led M'nong  against  French domination

This is also a the homeland of epics, gongs and legendary stories. Gong Culture in the Central Highlands in general and Dak Nong in particular has been recognized by UNESCO as Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. The M’Nong ethnic group in Dak Nong still preserves about 20 ancient gong musical pieces.

Tourists have a chance to enjoy gong performances, drink Can wine with the ethnics, listen to epic songs sung by elderly villagers and enjoy the delicious specialties of the highland area around camp-fire.