Major Classic Destinatinons : Central Highlands - VietNam

The Central Highlands is one of the regions of Vietnam spreading over 5 provinces of Dak Lak, Dak Nong, Gia Lai, Kon Tum, Lam Dong. There has a distinct contrast in topography and climate from the tropical south, with arid climate, rolling hills and blue skies.

The Central Highlands boast beautiful natural features such as relatively untouched forests, great waterfalls and magnificient scenery, which contrast with areas still bearing the savage scars of war. A large number of ethnic minority groups such as: Jarai, Ede, Bahnar and K’hor still live traditionally in the highlands, particularly around Kon Tum, Plei Ku, Buon Ma Thuot and Da Lat.

Off beaten track activities in - Central Highlands - VietNam

Hiking in Buon Me Thuot

The Central Highlands is one of the best kept secrets of Vietnam, often bypassed by many travellers. A moderate half day hike will reveal the undiscovered appeal of this land with impressive waterfalls, rich tropical forest and romantic lakes. It is possible to hike in Yok Don national park around lush plantations south of Buon Me Thuot.

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Boat trip on Lak Lake

Lak Lake or Lac Lake is a natural lake in Lak District, around 60km from Buon Ma Thuot, the capital of Dak Lak province in Central Highlands Vietnam. A visit to Lak Lake should include a dugout boat trip on a hollowed tree trunk, having been used by local people to cross the lake since ancient time.

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Elephant ride in Central Highlands

The elephant was major transport means in Central Highlands, now this is less popular but locals still use them to carry heavy things. They are very kind and they are treated as human friends. Elephants also play an important roles in the local festivals. Take this ride to truly see the land as how local people see it.

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