With highlands occupying 3/4 of the whole territory, Vietnam is the beautiful home to numerous magnificent waterfalls, and a paradise for adventure Vietnam tours. A lot of pristine waterfalls which are still untouched and unspoiled are hide and jungle-covered. Take a look at the 3 most wonderful waterfalls in Vietnam, you may just get inspired!
1: Ban Gioc waterfall – Cao Bang
Located in the north of Vietnam in Cao Bang province,, with 70 meters high and 300 meters across, Ban Gioc waterfall is the widest – but not the highest – waterfall in the country and also recognized as the world’s fourth biggest cross-border waterfalls, following Niagra (Canada – USA), Victoria (Zambia – Zimbabwe) and Iguazu (Brazil – Argentina).
It is attractive for its picturesque painting of blue sky, great limestone mountains and stunning rice fields, together with daily life. Once you get there, sink into the large pool at the bottom and cool off from the intense Vietnamese heat. Have a Vietnam tour guide punt you down the river where you’ll float in a bamboo raft close enough to the falls to feel the misty spray on your skin. Ban Gioc is a must see Vietnam tourist spot for your Northeast Vietnam trips.
2. Pongour waterfall – Da Lat
Pongour is regarded as one of the most beautiful and imposing falls in the West Highland plunging down from breathtaking mountains form 40 meters high, spreading over more than 100 meters of 7 rock levels.
If Vietnam tourists witness the mighty Pongour waterfall in rainy season between April and October, they will see layers of waters pouring down create white foam and magical cool air. In dry season between November and March, tourists can admire huge rocks at the foot of the waterfall, where they can set up a camping site to enjoy the cool atmosphere and the stunning beauty of the waterfall. Especially from end-October to November, this is an ideal time to see a breathtaking view of nature when wild sunflowers are in bloom and turn the path leading to the waterfall into light yellow color.
3. Silver waterfall – Sapa
Far away 12km from the centre of Sapa town, this is an outstanding attraction that many Vietnam tour agents are offering you in your dream Vietnam itinerary to Sapa. On the sunniest of days, lying at a height of 500 meters, overlooking Sapa valley, Silver waterfall can be seen like a white dragon looking down from the sky from Ham Rong Mountain. Coming here, travelers will sink into the cool weather and extravagant landscape of mountainous surroundings.
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