Beyond the lovely islands, magnificent beaches and striking Buddhist pagodas, Vietnam is home to some of the most striking waterfalls. Read on and learn about some terrific looking waterfalls in Vietnam:

Ban Gioc Waterfall, Cao Bang

The fourth biggest cross-border waterfall in the world and one of the most iconic natural wonders of Vietnam, Ban Gioc Waterfall is located in the north-eastern province of Cao Bang. With two sides – one in Vietnam and the other in China- and three stunning levels divided by rocks and trees, the falls capture the attention of every visitor. Do enjoy a ride in a bamboo raft close to the falls to make the most of this picturesque place!

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Pongour Waterfall, Dalat

Cascading down beautifully amidst lush serene surroundings, 40km from Dalat, Pongour Waterfall is 40m in height and 100m in width, and is considered the most beautiful fall in the West Highland. Surrounded by unspoilt forest, it is a 7-tiered waterfall, loved for its wonderful gushing sound created by the falling waters. Be here during the monsoons to find a large pool beneath.

Dambri Waterfall, Bao Loc

A little over 80 miles from Dalat, Dambri Waterfall is one of the largest and the highest waterfalls in Vietnam. The steep stairs, lush forests and the loud sound of waters falling into a large pool make it a true natural wonder, appealing to all those come here. A motorbike ride to the falls through the Vietnamese mountainous roads is a thrilling experience. Besides, you can hire a tour guide to the place to make the expedition easier for you!

Khe Van Waterfall, Binh Lieu

An imposing three-storey waterfall, Khe Van Waterfall is a picturesque spot in Binh Lieu, beckoning nature lovers as well as adventure enthusiasts. It takes a hike through paddy fields, dense forests and ethnic villages to be here, making sure you enjoy the journey as much as the destination! The three levels of waterfall, over large slabs of rock, create lovely, crystal-clear streams – truly a sight to behold. It lies some 9 miles from the township of Binh Lieu and can easily be accessible on foot or motorbike.

Elephant Falls, Dalat

Elephant Waterfall remains a popular attraction among the travellers. Loved for its picturesque beauty, the falls impress visitors with their lush surroundings as well as its scenic, rugged path and a nearby pagoda. Hire a guide or hop on a motorbike to reach the falls even as you admire the beauty of rolling rice patties, gorgeous jungle mountains and friendly farming villages all along the way.

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