Top 5 attractions to explore in Dak Nong
It is located in the southern part of the Central Highlands, about 500m above sea level.
Bù Gia Mập National Park is a national park in the province of Bình Phước, Vietnam. The Bù Gia Mập National Park covers an area of 26,032 ha. The park has a 15,200 ha buffer zone area. Until 2002, the area was officially a conservation area. The national park is fed by numerous river systems, including the Dak Huyet and Dak Sam rivers. The headwaters of the hydropower projects of the Thac Mo and Can Don also lie within the park.
Dray Sap waterfall or Dray Sap waterfall is a waterfall on Serepok stream in Dak Sor commune, Krong No district, Dak Nong province, Vietnam. Dray Sap waterfall is also known as the Husband waterfall. The waterfall is about 30 km south of Buon Ma Thuot city. Not far from Dray Sap waterfall is Dray Nur waterfall. It is one of the beautiful places in Dak nong province.
A semi-artificial lake in Ho district formed in 1940 by French colonialists to serve the coffee planting project in Vietnam. The lake is located in Dak Mil district, Dak Nong province. West Lake has a circumference of more than 10 km, an open surface area of about 108 ha with the deepest point of 15 - 17 m.
Truc Lam Dao Nguyen Zen Monastery is a Truc Lam Buddhist facility located in Nam Nung Nature Reserve , in Dak Song District, in Dak Nong Province . The Monastery is located in a pine forest, in the core area of the Nam Nung Nature Reserve covering more than 5,000ha. About 02 km to the south is Luu Ly waterfall.
Yok Don National Park is a national park located in Krông Na commune, Buôn Đôn District, Đắk Lắk Province, Tây Nguyên of Vietnam, 40 km west of Buôn Ma Thuột city. The park was established in 1991 to protect 582 km² of a biological area of khộp lowland forest. The total area is 1,155.45 km². It borders Mondulkiri Protected Forest to the west and is part of maybe the largest protected area complex in southeast Asia.
Map of attractions in Dak Nong