Apricot Waterfall (Thac Mai in Vietnamese) located in Dinh Quan district in south-eastern
Apricot Waterfall is located in the Apricot Waterfall Tourism Area stretching for 2km with 5 islands of verdant trees. The waterfall’s name is derived from numerous apricot trees growing up along both sides of it.
The Apricot Waterfall tourism features numerous stones with different shapes along with mysterious caves, white reeds, singing birds and wild animals. which together create the charm and primitive beauty for the Apricot Waterfall.
It also has a 7 hectare-hot water pond where tourists could wash their faces and limbs for better health.
Apart from taking a bath in hot water during spring, visitors have a chance to conquer Kneeing Elephant Stone, discover Turtle cave, sail to find Cham cultural remains and enjoy fresh dishes served with freshwater fish and chicken.
The tour can be more interesting if tourists start exploring Apricot Waterfall at night. They can feel the hidden charm of Dong Nai province’s own Amazon jungle. A good sleep can be had in a room for 70,000 VND per night for a group under 10 people.
According to a tourism official, the Apricot Waterfall looks most beautiful after Christmas Eve. At that time, the stream flows so peacefully that a lot of big stones are revealed and forest apricots bloom
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