The Most Breathtaking Waterfalls in Vietnam

There are a wide range of waterfalls in Vietnam for tourists to explore and escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. We hope that our list of the most breathtaking waterfalls in Vietnam will help you choose which waterfall you want to see the most!

Ban Gioc Waterfall

It is located in the north-eastern province of Cao Bang.   When going there, tourism has a chance to discover a destination off the beaten path of Vietnam and take photos of the picturesque landscape to keep as a memory. Visitors can stop at an ethnic village not only to taste the local cuisine but also to enjoy the peace and tranquility, and notably learn more about the daily life of locals.

There are a number of homestays and hotels for tourists to choose from in Trung Khanh Town, Cao Bang province, which has rates from 20 USD per night.When visiting Ban Gioc, do not forget to taste the Cao Bang cuisine, such as the 7 -flavored roasted duck. It is a famous delicious food in that the duck is cleaned with fish sauce and salt, then mixed in a 7 flavors liquid. These 7 flavors are such a special food that visitors cannot find this taste outside the eastern Cao Bang area. Ban Giac rightly so deserves to be number one on our list of the most breathtaking waterfalls in Vietnam.

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Elephant Falls

Among a variety of picturesque landscapes around Dalat, Elephant Falls is a perfect destination to visit in the Central Highlands. The entrance is free of charge. People can go to Elephant Falls by motorbike, which gives you the opportunity to stop anywhere you like to take pictures. However, it will be safer to go by bus from Da lat to Nam Ban village, which takes about 45 minutes.

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Mu Waterfalls

Mu Waterfalls is located in the Hoa Binh Privince, with the falls being about 3-4 hours away from Hanoi. The best time to discover the Mu Waterfall is from May to September to avoid the harsh and stifling heat of Hanoi. During winter, from October to April, the Mu Waterfall is very cold and won’t be as pleasant. The ticket to go to Mu Waterfall is 5,000VND/person. There aren’t many restaurants near the Mu Falls for you to enjoy. Instead, you can bring a picnic to enjoy along with the fresh atmosphere. There are many special qualities of this beautiful waterfall that you don’t want to miss such as various mountain snails, mountain crabs, forest vegetables and grilled spring fish with rice.

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Pongour Waterfall

Pongour Waterfall is located 45km South-West of Dalat and costs 10.000VND to enter. It has a bridge over the stream so that you can go to the other side and see the falls from different angles. A nice feature of these falls is that you can buy food like barbecued meat or drinks from the street vendors, getting a taste of the local food.

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Tac Tinh Waterfall

This Waterfall is around 30 km south-east of Lai Chau Town, in Northern Vietnam. One of its most beautiful features is the blooming Marigold flowers along the way to the falls in season. Local legend suggests a story of banned love between two ethic Dao members, which ended tragically. If it is sunny enough, visitors may be lucky enough to see a rainbow at the base of the waterfall.

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Silver Waterfall

Silver Waterfall, locally known as Thac Bac Waterfall, which is about 12km’s to Sapa town. It takes around 15 minutes to get there via bus or motorbike and the entrance fee is 10.000VND. The surrounding area is filled with breathtaking nature. In these highlands, you can buy souvenirs from ethnic minorities: such as rings, hats, purses, embroidered towels, wine, herbal tea and precious medicinal plants derived from the Hoang Lien mountain. Additionally, visitors can taste the different flavours or food from this region of Vietnam.

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Yang Bay Waterfall

Yang Bay Waterfall is about 45 kilometers away from Nha Trang City to Khanh Vinh district. You can choose between a variety of tickets to visit the Yang Bay waterfall and numerous other beautiful places, which range between 70,000 to 100,000 VND. From a distance, you will see a stream flowing down towards the immense natural beauty of this area. Just sit back, relax and breathe in all the fresh air. No doubt, it will be a memorable experience.

Do not forget to taste local foods like Nem Chua Khanh Hoa. It is famous in this area and you can easily find it in a restaurant. In addition, sea food is the signature dish of Nha Trang, which is a must-try.

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Vietnam is a beautiful country with some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world. On your trip, make sure to get out of the cities and visit at least one of the most breathtaking waterfalls in Vietnam.

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