Dray Sap Waterfall is actually a system of three waterfalls including Dray Sap, Dray Nur, and Gia Long Waterfall. It is situated in Dak Min, Krong No District, Dak Nong province, about 30km from Buon Ma Thuot city. Dray Nur Waterfall is just 100m from Dray Sap Waterfall. The Gia Long Falls is in the upper area, around 3km from the main one.
Dray Sap Waterfall is perhaps the most impressive waterfall in Central Highland Vietnam. In Ede ethnic language, “Dray” means “waterfall” and “Sap” means “smoke”. The waterfall get the name as its water falls from 10m height, creating an amazing veil of mist like a mirror of smoke. All year round, the area’s atmosphere is stirred by roaring sound of Dray Sap, which can be heard from afar.
The water of three falls is supplied by two rivers, the Krong No, which means river of the husband in the M’Nong ethnic people language, and the Krong A, the river of the wife. There are usually legendary stories associated with famous landscapes in Vietnam and Dray Sap is no exception. It was woven into a tragic love story of a beautiful E De couple.
Just come and discover the legend your own. It is recommended that you wear sandals on the visit to Central Highland waterfalls.
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