Di Linh Plateau is wild and beautiful, forgetting the way back to attract young people
Bobla Waterfall attracts the most visitors in Di Linh
With an altitude of 1,879m above sea level, Brah Yang is the highest mountain in Di Linh (Lam Dong); surrounded by unspoiled green forests, overlapping rocky mountains and many clear water ravines, associated with many fascinating legends of the K’Ho people.
Mr. Mull K’Vang, a veteran tour guide, born and raised in Di Linh said that this is a sacred mountain, a mountain of god. Brah is the name of a boy K’Ho, and Yang means god. One day, the fairy came down from the mountain to bathe in the stream and steal his fish. When caught red-handed, she promised to pay anything but he refused, just wanted to follow her to the mountain to live in, since then the mountain is called Brah Yang.
This mountain is very attractive to young people because it is a new and challenging trekking route. At times, the backpackers have to climb over the towering rock mounds, the steep cliffs clinging to the tens of meters long roots of hundreds of years old trees.
Primitive forest on the mountain. Mull K’Vang’s facebook photo
From the top of the mountain, visitors feel the majesty of Brah Yang because of the vast sky and earth, while everything below becomes small, vaguely fanciful in the pale yellow color of the plateau at the change of seasons.
Mull K’Vang and young people conquer the top of Brah Yang
Another attraction that attracts young people in the land of the K’Ho is Thuy Nguyet Coc. From the asphalt road, you have to cross a trail (about 3km long) cleared by local people, zigzag difficult to go to the 3-storey waterfall cluster.
The sound of birds chirping, the sound of the mighty wind mixed with the roar of the waterfall create an attractive forest music, dispelling the fatigue of the arduous trekking route. Traveler Nguyen Tuong Lam (from District 7, Ho Chi Minh City) confessed that this experience brought him excitement and unforgettable memories on his youth journey.
Di Linh also owns the most majestic waterfall in the Central Highlands, Bobla (ivory head) 20m wide and 50m high. The water from the high above Da Ream stream poured down into the deep, white foam forming a virtual smoke screen like being lost in a misty fairyland.
Water mist like smoke makes the waterfall become fanciful
The clear and cool water in the stream bed below invites visitors to come down to bathe, freely swim, catch fish and light a barbecue next to the tent.
K’Ho girl on the Di Linh plateau
Seen from afar, Bobla waterfall stands out against the deep background of the mountains and forests, and the tea and coffee gardens… are as beautiful as an ink painting. In the last months of the year, when wild sunflowers bloom brightly on the hillsides, Bobla attracts a lot of tourists to camp and check in.
Tourists take photos of anemone flower hill on the plateau
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