Dak Lak is famous for its breathtaking waterfalls. Dray Nur and Dray Sap are two of the best-known falls in the area, but there are countless more hidden away in the hills. Time your visit well to catch them in full flow. Some travellers choose to go on multi-day tours, hiking to waterfalls during the day and sleeping in ethnic homestays at night.
If you have the legs for it, cycling is a great way to access remote villages and take in the unique landscapes in this part of Vietnam. You can expect to encounter a virtual farm of wandering animals, rice paddies that are green or brown depending on time of year, and whispering lotus ponds. Many families tend farms of pepper, cacao or coffee extending from their backyards. Combine a stop at an ethnic Êđê or M’nong village with a day of cycling for a rewarding adventure.