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Hang Cop Waterfall (Tiger's Cave Waterfall)

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Amazing waterfall and great nature

We came here end January on scooter from Dalat, approximately 30 minutes drive. At this time we... read more

Reviewed 12 February 2018
Mikael D
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Copenhagen, Denmark
via mobile
Small but Interesting Waterfall

Chef LeeZ Thai Cooking Class Bangkok and crew found this attraction to be interesting and had we... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2017
Kruzon
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Bangkok
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12 Feb 2018
“Amazing waterfall and great nature”
30 Mar 2018
“Worth the trek!”
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Tuy Son, Xuan Tho, Da Lat, Vietnam
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Reviewed 30 March 2018 via mobile

The trek to this waterfall is a bit dodgy (we did on motorbike and the roads were very uneven and steep/the stairs down to the cave were also very steep); however, the actual waterfall is breathtaking. Furthermore, we were fortunate enough to have the place...More

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Reviewed 12 February 2018 via mobile

We came here end January on scooter from Dalat, approximately 30 minutes drive. At this time we were lucky to arrive to experience the waterfall. On the last couple of kilometers to the waterfall, we found a miserable almost missing way to the place, so...More

1  Thank Mikael D
Reviewed 22 June 2017 via mobile

If you're going all the way from dalat expect an approx 30 min drive including about 5-8min drive on a very dangerous and uneven gravel road full of stones and slippery parts. Also beware there's a local lady that lives by the waterfall that demands...More

2  Thank Omer M
Reviewed 19 April 2017

Chef LeeZ Thai Cooking Class Bangkok and crew found this attraction to be interesting and had we been there during the rainy season I believe it would have been spectacular. Note there are near 200 stairs to go down to get to the basin and...More

Thank Kruzon
Reviewed 19 January 2017 via mobile

Sickening smell. Garbage everywhere. Paid parking. Worst and dangerous road. Without marking. I don't recommend.

3  Thank Tomassczech
Reviewed 27 August 2016 via mobile

Absolutely fantastic, the river here has several waterfalls, each one as amazing as the last! The water is clear and safe to swim, I can imagine it's not going to be great if water levels are low but if the weather is right, it's simple...More

Thank Ryan C
Reviewed 10 April 2016 via mobile

Place is trashed - rubbish everywhere. You can tell it was once a major attraction, cause of the multitudinous crumbling statues. But I was there for 4 hours writing in my journal, and did some skinny dipping, and there was no-one else there till I...More

2  Thank citruscyanide
Reviewed 1 April 2016

Not sure if there's really any good time to see this waterfall. We went during the dry season, so there was not much to see. However, we did hear that during the rainy season, it gets very dangerous and muddy, so I'm not sure if...More

1  Thank Stephanie T
Reviewed 17 February 2016

It's beautiful from the natural and original beaty. But now, it's not much water, kind of far from dalat center. Not a good road to get there

Thank Liemguide
Reviewed 25 March 2015

The waterfall is located in Xuan Tho Commune, Dalat city, in National road 20. Take a turning at the km-post No.13 and keep going around 2.7 km, you will see the waterfall. In 1950, the place was a deep forest with plenty of wild animals,...More

2  Thank Tran Bao A
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