The waterfall has an upside-down Ganh Da Dia

BINH DINH – Hexagonal stone pillars are arranged closely, overlapping each other, facing the ground at Bat waterfall, making many people think of Ganh Da Dia upside down.

Located at an altitude of 800 m above sea level, Vinh Son commune, Vinh Thanh district has a temperate climate and is considered the “Da Lat of Binh Dinh”. In recent years, this area has attracted many tourists with famous landscapes such as Ta Ma stream, cherry blossom garden, and hydrangeas in K3 village, according to the National Tourism Administration website.

Located in the old forest next to Kon Blo village, Vinh Son commune, there is a unique waterfall, few people know, called Bat waterfall. Bat Waterfall also has a frog jaw behind the waterfall like the legendary K50 waterfall of the Central Highlands. At the same time, Bat waterfall also reminds of the Da Dia reef area, a famous place of Phu Yen with hexagonal stone pillars.

Khanh Chuong, living in Quy Nhon city, Binh Dinh province, loves nature and likes to explore wild places. He came to Bat waterfall on January 11 and said the road from the commune center to the forest is nearly 3 km long. Can travel by motorbike. However, after that, he had to trek through a small and steep dirt road to reach the foot of the waterfall.

It took more than two hours to go through the forest to reach Bat waterfall. In front of Mr. Chuong’s eyes was a small waterfall. The waterfall is about 30 m high and the flow is not large, “soft like white silk but hides strange secrets”, he said.

Surrounding the waterfall arch are hexagonal stone pillars like those at Ganh Da Dia, a famous landscape of Phu Yen province. These stone pillars are similar in size, arranged in many layers facing straight down like a product created by human hands.

The cliffs next to the waterfall are moist all year round, and the surface grows many moss and vines. The temperate landscape combined with hexagonal black rocks arranged alternately like a honeycomb, creates a unique beauty that is rarely found anywhere else.

The waterfall flows down to form a lake. On the surface of the lake, there are ancient tree trunks larger than a person’s body that cross like a quite sturdy bridge. Visitors can climb up to sit and admire the scenery and rest before and after bathing in the waterfall.

The waterfall water is clear, clean and cool. Visitors can use fishing rods or nets to catch fish wriggling in the rocks or on the lake bed.

As a natural, pristine place with no tourism services, visitors can bring tents and camp overnight and enjoy grilled fish on the spot and some wild vegetables.

At night, the temperature drops to about 15 – 18 degrees Celsius, so bring warm clothes, Mr. Chuong noted.

The best time to visit the waterfall is after the rainy season, from November to January of the following year. At this time, the flow is small, ensuring safety for waterfall bathing and camping. The temperature ranges from 18 to 22 degrees Celsius, the air is cool at noon and gradually cools at night until dawn.

If you go near the Lunar New Year, visitors have the opportunity to admire the Japanese cherry blossom gardens, Da Lat cherry blossoms, Nhat Tan peaches, purple poincianas, and hydrangeas along the shore of Vinh Son hydroelectric lake, Mr. Chuong said. said.

After experiencing Bat waterfall, visitors can visit Kon Blo village in Vinh Son commune to experience the custom of drinking can wine and lighting campfires of the Ba Na ethnic people.

On the way to Bat waterfall, visitors can visit the scenic spot and historical site of Ta Kon citadel located about 4 km from the waterfall. There are also hexagonal stone pillars stacked on top of each other in a vertical row, stretching over a hundred meters, sloping along the mountainside, forming a giant stone wall over 20 meters high in the middle of the jungle, Mr. Chuong said. know.

Ta Kon Citadel was classified as a relic by the People’s Committee of Binh Dinh province on December 25, 2013, according to the website of Binh Dinh Tourism Promotion Center.

The walk down to the waterfall is stone stairs. Although there is a fence made of wooden poles and ropes, it is wet and slippery because it is located deep in the forest, with few people passing by, and a lot of fallen leaves. On rainy days, the roads appear crowded. Mr. Chuong advises tourists to use shoes with sticky soles, tight, neat clothes and bring few personal items for ease of movement.

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