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13 thoughts on “Ban Gioc: The Most Impressive Waterfall in Vietnam”

  1. I love how you include people in some of the photos of Ban Gioc as they give a scale of how big the waterfalls are. This is the first time I learn about these large cascades and it looks like they worth the long trip. It’s nice how the pandemic allows you to explore more of your countries.

    1. I guess it’s the only positive side of the pandemic. Hope you are doing well, Bama! And a belated Happy New Year 🙂

  2. Len, I’m really enjoying posts from your beautiful home country. This waterfall is stunning and I love the view from the temple. Is the water flow volume good for visiting throughout the year? Vietnam has been near the top of our travel list for sometime, and your posts are taking it to the very top. I’m thinking once travel opens up again it may be a much safer options than other places on our list.

    1. I’m glad that you enjoy my posts about Vietnam, Caroline 🙂 I visited the waterfall in late October. It’s just the end of the rainy season, so the flow volume is quite good.

  3. Hi Len, Amazing waterfall photos and caverns. Terrific post. One of my most favorite trips was to Vietnam. Maybe one day again.

  4. No wayy…….this is super beautiful Len! Those waterfalls, are they really in Vietnam?? Wow.No words.
    these are exactly my thing. the waterfalls, the caves, did you do spelunking?suits the Tiger´s Den name.
    and that temple…lovely mother nature over there.
    I wanna see this soon. Terrific post and as always, I am travel-drooling.
    i wonder though if my 6 year old can enjoy this though..!

    1. Oh don’t worry! The route through the cave is paved and well lit. There is only one way in and out, so a guide is not necessary 🙂

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