Lak lake - a silk fillet on mountains

Lak Lake, located at Lien Son town – Lak district, one of the largest natural freshwater lake in Vietnam. Lak Lake has an area of about 500 hectares, situated at an altitude of over 500m above sea level. Residents living around the lake are mostly the  M'Nong, villages like Le, Jun, M See more details

Nam Ka - An ideal ecotourism destination

Nam Ka, a nature conservation area in Lak district, Daklak province has an area of approximately 24,555 hectares of core and about 1,100 hectares of buffer. The altitude is from 418 m to 1294 m, the average temperature from 200 - 250 C, average annual rainfall is 1800 mm and average humidity i See more details

Ako Dhong - An Ede traditional village

Located about 2km to the north of Buon Ma Thuot city center, this village was established in 1958 by chief of village Ama H'rin migrated from M’Drak district. In the beginning of establishment, there were only 10 houses and 50 people in the village. Nowaday, Ako Dhong village has 94 househo See more details

Yok Don - a typical deciduos forest

Yok Don National Park (Buon Don district) situated more than 40 km to the west of Buon ma Thuot city with 115.545hectares where is the conservation of natural resources of precious national forest ecosystem. Especially, deducious forest, with rare animals, natural lakes, rivers, waterfalls. See more details
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Yok Don National Park (Buon Don district) situated more than 40 km to the west of Buon ma Thuot city with 115.545hectares where is the conservation of natural resources of precious national forest ecosystem. Especially, deducious forest, with rare animals, natural lakes, rivers, waterfalls.

This forest has many different species of birds, rare animals, many varieties of orchids and herbs. Including, 62 animals, 169 birds, 46 reptiles, 13 amphibians, 464 species of plants, mostly orchid pearl; besides 56 species of rare animals, there are 38 species in this park, 17 of them named in the World Red Book. Some common species of wildlife such as elephant, tiger, panther, bear, wild buffalo, fly mink, gaur, otters, jackals, pheasants ... and other rare birds like the eagle, and land royal phoenix.  Yok Don National Park is a place that receives the wild elephants from Tanh Linh forest - Binh Thuan province in 2001.

Over the years, this is an attracting spot for domestic and foreign tourists. Tourism types here included: Hiking, camping, elephant riding, bird watching, or seeing animals at night by pick-up trucks.

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