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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We been there after a tour to Elefant and Pongour Falls and in comparison it was double or four times the amount of money, and a forth of the excitement. It is overrun by tourists mostly from China, that come here for a photo of „a waterfall“ and drive home again. The fall itself is pretty but nothing in comparison to the other two. So I would recommend to invest the 40.000 VND p.P. in the drive to the other falls.

Thank Deathlezz
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is a park with Prenn waterfalls. There is paid entrance, 40000 VDN approximatelly.
Inside you can see waterfalls and small zoo with elephants, ostriches. You can also ride on them for some extra money. You can taste elephant coffee as well as weasel coffee. Good place to see.

Thank JanM366
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The waterfall is really nice but nothing special. You can walk around and behind it, but it takes 2 minutes to visit the waterfall. The bad thing is, that there is a zoo included. When I was there a vietnamese guy was hitting the elephant really hard with a stick. There are also buffaloes which you can ride - but during the ride they also get hit with a stick.
Don’t recommend or support that place, the animals there were treated very bad.

1  Thank _juleeeeeees
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Unique in the name, to Prenn Pass you will have a more interesting experience. Throughout the trip, you will discover a lot of places as well as have a very interesting experience. This road crosses the Prenn Waterfall, one of the tourist spots in Dalat, so you can stop by and admire the majestic beauty of the waterfall. Where there is a large influx of water from above, such as a soft white stripe eradicate mountains in the forest thousands. Standing in front of that beauty, many people must be amazed by the beautiful natural beauty that nature has given this place.

Thank phuong thao N
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Reviewed 10 October 2018

They abuse animals (riding elephants, ostriches and buffalo's) and animals are kept in a horrible way. Spend your money somewhere else.

1  Thank Ira S
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Reviewed 14 September 2018 via mobile

Absolutely horrendous animal abuse. The animals were clearly distressed and sad, you could see it just by looking in their eyes. Heartbreaking to see, do not contribute to more animal abuse by buying an entrance ticket.

2  Thank Josh G
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Reviewed 12 September 2018

I got there by accident. The3 tour was supposed to go to another falls, but stopped at this one instead. It was horrible. They had animals all chained and beating them with hooks on the end of sticks. Tourists were prodding the tigers and bears with poles with food attached to them. The pathetic elephants looked so tired and abused.

1  Thank Jungle J
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Reviewed 4 September 2018 via mobile

They abuse animals. I do not recommend this place. In today’s day and age how can they continue running a business this way.

3  Thank lmg133
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Reviewed 28 August 2018

Animals are involved and abused in all sort of activities thru rides, display, public feeding, and even thru civet and elephant coffee. Don't visit this place

6  Thank Vietnam_Animals_Eyes
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

The waterfall here is nothing stunning compared to the others to see in Da Lat. What this waterfall allows you to do is walk behind it without getting too wet. Yes it's average and we didn't see some of the animals the other reviewers mentioned probably because we didn't spend much time here before heading to the cable car that heads to the Tuyen Tam lake.

However if you are desperate to ride a camel, Ostrich or Elephant or local cow, it will cost 100,000 VND. A photo will cost 20,000 VND.

This is on top of admission. Don't bother taking the cable car here, take the one that leads to Tuyen Tam lake.

5  Thank Goochmaster
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