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Visit the 4 Majestic Waterfalls of Dalat by Motorbike

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In this day tour, I will bring you to visit the 4 majestic waterfalls of Dalat on my motorbike - Datania, Pren, Pongour, and Elephant Waterfall. We will also see other offbeat attractions along the way such as the Ghost House of Dalat. We will begin by visiting the Truc Lam Meditation Center and Tuyen Lam Lake - Datanla Waterfall This 20m high waterfall crashes into a deep pool at the foot of the waterfall called the Deadly Abyss. With rapids and large streams of water, the lower section is known to locals as Suoi Tien. - Ghost House of Dalat This beautiful but cursed house that lies next to the highway in Dalat was intended to be renovated into a hotel, but its owner died before the plans could be completed. - Pren Waterfall Guests can scale down this waterfall from a height of nearly 10m. Water flows in between granite rocks, spreading evenly like a watery curtain or fairy's hair . There is a small valley nearby with a beautiful flower garden. - Pongour Waterfall Considered by many as the most beautiful and impressive waterfall in the highlands, Pongour Waterfalls cascades from a height of nearly 40 meters and spans over 100 meters. It is also surrounded by virgin forests covering an area of ​​approximately 2.5 hectares with diverse vegetation and abundant wildlife. - Elephant Waterfall Elephant waterfall, also called Lieng Rowoa, has a width of about 40m and is over 30m in height. Legend has it that the elephants mourned the death of a lady who loved elephants, crying until they passed away at the foot of the waterfall. The roaring of the waterfall day and night creates a sound like the roar of wild animals. Elephant waterfall was recognized as a national monument in 2001. - Silk factory OR Coffee Plantations Choose to visit a Silk Factory and see how local embroidered silk is made, or visit a coffee plantation and enjoy local coffee.

In this day tour, I will bring you to visit the 4 majestic waterfalls of Dalat on my motorbike - Datania, Pren, Pongour, and Elephant Waterfall. We will also see other offbeat attractions along the way such as the Ghost House of Dalat. We will begin by visiting the Truc Lam Meditation Center and Tuyen Lam Lake - Datanla Waterfall This 20m high waterfall crashes into a deep pool at the foot of the waterfall called the Deadly Abyss. With rapids and large streams of water, the lower section is known to locals as Suoi Tien. - Ghost House of Dalat This beautiful but cursed house that lies next to the highway in Dalat was intended to be renovated into a hotel, but its owner died before the plans could be completed. - Pren Waterfall Guests can scale down this waterfall from a height of nearly 10m. Water flows in between granite rocks, spreading evenly like a watery curtain or fairy's hair . There is a small valley nearby with a beautiful flower garden. - Pongour Waterfall Considered by many as the most beautiful and impressive waterfall in the highlands, Pongour Waterfalls cascades from a height of nearly 40 meters and spans over 100 meters. It is also surrounded by virgin forests covering an area of ​​approximately 2.5 hectares with diverse vegetation and abundant wildlife. - Elephant Waterfall Elephant waterfall, also called Lieng Rowoa, has a width of about 40m and is over 30m in height. Legend has it that the elephants mourned the death of a lady who loved elephants, crying until they passed away at the foot of the waterfall. The roaring of the waterfall day and night creates a sound like the roar of wild animals. Elephant waterfall was recognized as a national monument in 2001. - Silk factory OR Coffee Plantations Choose to visit a Silk Factory and see how local embroidered silk is made, or visit a coffee plantation and enjoy local coffee.

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