Dalat’s wild sightseeing spots

Dalat’s wild sightseeing spotsFrom Dalat railway station, tourists can rent a motorbike to head to Cau Dat which is known for having the best Arabica coffee in Vietnam. Upon arrival, one can see a signboard instructing the way to Hang Cop. The cave was put into operation a long time ago but then fell into oblivion.

Local people said that the cave has a spectacular waterfall in the rainy season and its beauty can compete with other popular locations like Prenn, Cam Ly and Datanla waterfalls.

Tourists have to conquer 350 slippery steps to reach the waterfall which is ideal for overnight camping or just a short visit to take photos, breathe in the fresh air, or swim. People sometimes can see eagles flying across some huge pine trees.

Ankroet hydro-power plant which has been operated since 1945 is 20km from Dalat to the northwest. Tourists to the site can admire unique stone architecture in French style from the early 20th century. The plant is about 2km from the Dan Kia – Suoi Vang tourist site. There’s a narrow path with many sloping corners under pine shades leading to the beautiful lake. Those who wish to have private and relaxation time can choose these two places for their next exploration.

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