3 Days
Buon Ma Thuot , branch waterfall ,Yokdon national park

Hiking and riding elephant in Yokdon national park Tour 3days

Buon Ma Thuot – Seven – branch waterfall – Yokdon national park – Buon Ma Thuot
Yok Don National park borders with four communes in Dak Lak province: Ea Bung and Chu M’Lanh communes- Ea Sup district, Krong Na commune- Buon Don district, and Ea Po commune, Cu Jut district. The park covers a flat plain that extends from eastern Cambodia into northern Dak Lak and southern Gia Lai provinces in Vietnam. The topography of the site is flat, at an elevation of 200m with lowland landscape dominated by dry forest studded with seasonal pools. Semi-evergreen forest can also be found, along watercourses. There are, however, several ranges of low hills within the national park; the highest is the eponymous Mount Yok Don at 482 m in the south-eastern range. Yok Don is bisected by the Srepok River- a major tributary of the Mekong River. During the dry season, the two largest streams at the site, the Dak Ken and Dak Na, are ramified to a series of interrupted pools.


+ Transportation in private air-conditioned vehicle with driver in delta and local transport in mountain
+ Accommodation: twin sharing room at mentioned hotels, guesthouses or similar one and home stay during the trek or tent
+ English or French speaking guide and local guide for trekking
+ Meals as mentioned:B = breakfast, L = lunch, D = dinner
+ Entrance fee to indicated sights
+ Permit and porter for trekking
+ Sleeping bag and mattresses
+ Waterproof bluebag for luggage
+ Tents if needed
+ Mosquito net
+ Water, Fruit and Snack (3L/ pax/ day)
+ Equipment


+ Other meals
+ tip
+ drinks
+ airport tax
+ single room supplement
+ personal expenses
+ travel insurance
+ visa
+ flight in/ out of Vietnam
+ any optional additional tours or activities during free time
+ surcharge for peak season
+ local holiday days and gala dinner (X’mas, New Year & Tet “Lunar New Year”)

Additional information



Day 01 : Buon Ma Thuot – Seven-branch waterfall (D)

We are picked up at Buon Ma Thuot in the afternoon, transfer to Seven-branch waterfall and take a walk to visit some ethnic villages. This evening is spent in bungalow.

DAY 02 : Yokdon national park (B,L,D)

Visit Yokdon National Park. It is the largest national park in Viet Nam and there are many precious species of animals and birds that are noted in the Red Book. Across Serepok river by boat. Start riding elephant deep in to the forests, through bushy forests, evergreen forests and transitional forests. We have chances to admire a lot of orchid species on the way. Back to Buon Ma Thuot. This evening is spent at a hotel in Buon Ma Thuot where you can take the delights of a hot shower.

Day 03 : Buon Ma Thuot – Departure (B)

Free for leisure and transfer to new destination.
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