Dieu Thanh Waterfall is situated on the Dak Tit Stream, between Nhan Co Commune (Dak R’lap District) and Quang Tan Commune (Tuy Duc District), Dak Nong Province. For a long time, the waterfall has won kudos for its poetic beauty.
Also known as Lieng Nung waterfall in the local M’nong language, Dieu Thanh Waterfall has been stood in the middle of mountain and forest. In the still of the night, the sound of the crashing water can be heard from more than 2km away as it reverberates through the surrounding mountains and forests.
Besides the biggest water column, which comes down from the height of 30m, Dieu Thanh Waterfall also comprises of some small other water columns, creating a thin mist that cools down the temperature at the foot of the rocky mountain.
Standing on the summit of the waterfall offers a chance to admire part of the magnificent mountain and forest of the Central Highlands region of Vietnam. Under the falls, there are several deep grottoes and inside them there have many large and smooth rocks.
A hike to explore the dense forests on either side of the stream is a great way to spend a morning or afternoon. During the wet season from May to September, you can easily net fish from the stream to cook with wild bamboo shoots.
There are M’nong and Ma ethnic people’s villages at the foot of the falls, offering a chance to explore the local customs, and traditions. By the campfire, you are welcome to sing and dance with the villagers. And no one should refuse the ruou can (wine in a jar) drunk through a communal straw. A dinner of local specialties is a great way to converse with the villagers.
Arriving at the waterfall, you will be charmed by the wild flowers splashing out in all different colors. Song-birds welcome the new day in full chorus. The crystal clear water shimmers under a vast blue sky.
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