30.08.2020, 00:45

Ta Nang – Phan Dung the most beautiful trekking trail in Vietnam

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At about 250km by car from Ho Chi Minh, Ta Nang Phan Dung is one of the most beautiful trekking trails in Vietnam, with landscape transitting from highland to central coastal plateau. The typical scenery here includes pine forest, green meadows spreading over hills, and tiltled trails filled with basalt soil. Despite offering amazing landscapes, the trek is still a hidden gem and only known by some local adventure seekers.

The route is approximately 55 kilometers stretching over 3 provinces: from Ta Nang District of Lam Dong, through Ninh Thuan, to Phan Dung District of Binh Thuan. You will walk on high terrain, hills after hills, with the highest up to 1,100 meters above sea level and 500 meters at the lowest. What’s more attractive than a beautiful challenge?

There are manytrails in Ta Nang and Phan Dung, in which, two popular routes for those who love to experience are Soldier Hill (2 days 1 night) with an average distance of 35km and Yavly waterfall route (3 days 2 nights) with an average total length of 45km

Warm-up before trekking. Photo: Dantri
Spectacular Scenery is waiting for trekkers a head. Photo: Dantri
You may meet locals along the trekking route. Photo:Dantri
Teamwork spirit. Photo: Dantri

Stacking rock to move through stream. Photo: Dantri

Challenge with 30 degree of slope. Photo: Dantri
Beautiful scenery a long the route will WOW any trekkers. Photo: Dantri
Beautiful scenery a long the route will WOW any trekkers. Photo: Dantri
Check-in on the way of trekking. Photo: Dantri
Check-in on the way of trekking. Photo: Dantri
Photo: Dantri
Preparing for meal. Photo: Dantri
Stary night. Photo: Wetrek
Foggy morning. Photo: Dantri
Taking a break to view panorama view of Ta Nang Phan Dung. Photo: Dantri
Phan Dung forest. Photo: wetrek

Ta Nang Phan Dung has rainy season and dry season so trekers can enjoy the magnificent pine forest hills and grass in both seasons. If you love green field, treking in raining season from August to February is the best option. If not you may have a chance to view impressive scenery with burnt grass in dry season from March to June.

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Lost in pine forest. Photo: MyLinh
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