Video: Dalat’s Waterfalls

Dalat is located in mountainous Lâm Đồng Province, in Vietnam’s Central Highlands. There are dozens of fantastic waterfalls dotted throughout the area. This video offers a vicarious tour of the region’s best cascades. For anyone who wants more practical information – including photos, maps and directions – about visiting these waterfalls, take a look at my complete Guide to Dalat’s Waterfalls.

VIDEO: Dalat’s Waterfalls

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5 Responses to Video: Dalat’s Waterfalls

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  2. Alan Murray says:

    Hi Tom

    Just a quick ‘thank you’ for such a useful website – a stark contrast to most of the self-aggrandizing drivel on other Vietnam blogs.
    Although I’ve lived here for 7 years there is a lot new stuff.
    Your original waterfall article arrived just after we’d been to Ban Gioc waterfall in Cao Bang province; its said to be the biggest in Vietnam but what they don’t mention is that the best part is actually in China. Some amazing scenery around Ha Giang province but it must be a bit daunting to go by bike without reasonable Vietnamese – we went in a minibus from Hanoi with local guides but it was still a hard 6 days of driving to get around the main sights.
    Also read recently that the water is ‘turned off’ on some of the Dalat waterfalls as there isn’t enough for 24/7. This happened to us recently when we went to Dray Sap near Buon Ma Thuot – they don’t tell you so you have to pay your money and walk there to find out!
    Tried the Lunch Lady but it wasn’t one of her better days. Also some rooftop bars – didn’t like Chill with their silly ‘mushroom’ tables but no stools; also the poor lighting which meant the waiter needed a torch to show you the menu! Have you tried the bar at the top of the Novotel on Hai Ba Trung; also the Tranquility bar on top of the bank opposite ANZ on Hai Ba Trung – an interesting view of the Cathedral?
    Your motorbike tours appear not for the feint hearted – I wondered whether you might consider a series on ‘Motorbike Day trips from Saigon’ – I particularly like Can Gia using the 2 different ferries; also going to the nature reserve by the back roads. Also the ferry that goes from Nha Be across to Nhon Trach province.

    Anyway – keep up the good work.

  3. Alison Dunne says:

    Hi Tom,
    I love your blog. I am planning our first trip to Vietnam at Christmas time.
    I can’t find much about food highlights in Hue. It seems that Hue is of more interest from a historical point of view. While I don’t mind visiting the odd historical site, my main focus is food and all my holidays are geared around food.
    Our plan is to spend 3 nights in Hanoi,3 nights in Hue, 5 nights HoiAn, 3 nights Dalat and 5 nights Ho Chi Minh.
    Does this seem reasonable? People who have been to Hue say it is beautiful. Worth a 3 day visit do you think or would you advise to spend more time elsewhere?
    Do you know anything about Back of Bike Tours Ho Chi Minh?
    Would love to do a couple of cooking classes also.
    Never ridden a motorbike and not thinking Vietnam will be my first time to try.
    If you have time I would love to hear from you.
    Alison.

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