Located in the Ta Dung Nature Reserve, with an area of 5,000 ha including 40 different large and small islands, Ta Dung is covered with forests and is home to many endemic bird species. Here, with its fresh and cool atmosphere, Ta Dung is suitable for tourists to explore, experience, and camp.
Viewed from above, Ta Dung’s beauty is like a painting, adorned with flickering islands over the sapphire green water. In the morning, Ta Dung’s sky is dim and mystical in the early fog. If lucky, visitors can “hunt” for the white cloud in the early morning. When the afternoon came, Ta Dung appeared clear, peaceful, and poetic.
Coming to Ta Dung, you can take a boat trip on the lake to explore the islands and admire the swarms of forest birds hiding in the trees. Guests can also book lunch service right on the boat and enjoy local food specialties while admiring the magnificent scenery.
You can also camp on the small islands or stay in a high-quality homestay. Topview Homestay is one of the most impressive homestays for tourists because, in addition to the quality services, there are countless beautiful check-in spots for tourists, especially an infinity swimming pool where you can swim and admire nature’s beauty. In addition, you can also choose from many beautifully located homestays to experience the panorama of Ta Dung lake, such as: Tue Uyen Homestay, Trust Life Homestay, Freedom Green Village...
The best time to visit Ta Dung is from November to April next year. At this time, the clear blue weather is very suitable for exploring, sightseeing, camping, and photographing.
There are many ways for tourists to get to Ta Dung. The most convenient option is to take a direct flight to Buon Ma Thuot (Dak Lak province), then travel by car for about 160km. Along the way, visitors can visit many interesting destinations such as Dray Sap waterfall, coffee, cocoa, macadamia plantations...
For those who love backpacking, the ideal way is to fly to Cat Bi airport (Da Lat, Lam Dong) and take an unforgettable journey by driving from Da Lat along National Highway 20, National Highway 27, and National Highway 28 to Ta Dung, which is about 140 km. Along the way, you can stop at many beautiful spots in the mountains and forests of the great Central Highlands.
(Vietnam Today 7.2022)