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You can’t go to Da Lat and not visit these amazing falls! It’s super easy to get to, we jumped on a bus that comes through Da Lat which cost us 25 thousand Dong each and if you show the driver the attached photo they...More
Just not as nice as Pongour falls in my humble opinion. More touristy and harder to see the falls from the top. I did not climb down due to weather when i visited. Would rather not see the falls then fall myself and the path...More
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Hi Rick, we hired a motorbike and were able to visit 5 different attraction in the one day, 4 different waterfalls and a temple/Pagoda. We were able to complete a loop with minimal backtracking. From Dalat we headed south to... More
Hi Rick, we hired a motorbike and were able to visit 5 different attraction in the one day, 4 different waterfalls and a temple/Pagoda. We were able to complete a loop with minimal backtracking. From Dalat we headed south to Trúc Lâm temple, there are a few different routes to get there, we rode one of the smaller roads which is west of the main QL20 highway. From the temple we then merged onto the QL20 and headed to the Thac Datanla waterfalls. After that we continued on the QL20 and stopped in at Prenn Waterfalls. From there and again still on the QL20 we went to the Pongour Waterfalls, which were awesome and totally worth the ride! After that we backtracked up the QL20 until just passed the Lien Khuong airport then headed west along QL27, I think you could probably take a more direct route north from Pongour falls but on the day it didn't give me that option. Anyway we traveled on QL27 until we reached road 725 and headed North toward Elephant Waterfalls, they are also spectacular. The turnoff wasn't sign posted well so just keep an eye out and follow your maps. After the Elephant falls we took the 725 all the way back to Dalat. I throughly enjoyed the last part of the ride as you climb back up into the hills as the sun goes down, much more satisfying than taking the QL20. If you have time after the Elephant falls you could also stop in at the Van Thanh flower village as I believe it's on the same route. I had no trouble on any of these roads, the smaller ones were a bit rough, but that's SE Asia. Also make sure you visit Linh Phuoc Pagoda it's the best one I've seen yet and Crazy House,that was cool. Enjoy your trip.