Bang Gioc Waterfall in Cao Bang, near the border with China, is as “a paradise on the earth”. While the Dambri Waterfall in Bao Loc is mentioned as place worth visiting in 2019
With 30 metres high and 300 metres across makes Ban Gioc become the wildest (but not the highest) waterfall in the country. It’s now easier than ever to visit Ban Gioc, but still very few people, especially foreign travellers, make it here. A perfect destination if you’re on a motorbike road trip following the Northeast Loop, or an independent traveller looking to get off-the-beaten-track, this waterfall is a favourite destination of mine and is bound to be a major draw-crowd in the future.
Travelers can visit the waterfall at any time of year, but, in my opinion, the best time is from September to October, when the summer rains that feed the falls are less frequent. Swimming is banned here but there are small bamboo rafts that take tourists to the very edge of the falls.
With 70 metres high makes Dambri become the most wildlife waterfall and one of the best attraction in Lam Dong province, Vietnam. At the foot is a small bridge that spans the cliffs. Crossing the bridge, you will be immersed in a drizzling rain. Everything surroundings the waterfall is green in the year-round cool waters.
This rural road leads via an attractive landscape of tea and coffee plantations for 18km before reaching the entrance to the falls. The travel from Dalat to the Dambri waterfall takes at least 2 hours by car or motorbike. Admission to Dambri is the most expensive of all Lam Dong Province's waterfalls: 50, 000VN. Try to come on a weekday as weekends and holidays may get very crowded with enthusiastic Vietnamese teenagers