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Trekking in Yok Don National Park

Another must-visit attraction in Buon Ma Thuot is the Yok Don National Park which is considered the largest nature reserve in Vietnam and here visitors can find rare animals and birds, as well as endangered species. However, ethnic tribes such as the Ede and M'nong live here as well and they are known to domesticate wild elephants.

Full itinerary

Day tour Trekking in Yok Don National Park

08.00am: Tour guide and driver pick you up from hotel and depart to Yokdon National Park, 40km away Buon Ma Thuot city in the west to Cambodia border.

Yokdon National Park, the largest of Vietnam’s nature reserves, has been gradually expanded and today encompasses 115,000 hectares of mainly dry open forest of dipterocarps. The park runs all the way up to the border with Cambodia, with the beautiful Srepok river flowing through it

On arrival go to the office, introduced about the park’s general information.

There are two options for tour:

Option 1: Start trekking about 08km to the cascade of Budda (guests can have swim). Relax and have picnic at Ranger station. Continue trekking to the river then crossing by boat to visit the village of Jang Lanh and cemetary. Elephant riding for 30 minutes. Back to Buon Ma Thuot, on the way stop to have a look of coffee and pepper gardens.

Option 2: Start cycling through forest about 08km to the cascade of Budda (guests can have swim). Relax and have picnic at Ranger station. Continue biking to Daklau stream and back to the office. Visit the village of Jang Lanh and cemetary. Elephant riding for 30 minutes. Back to Buon Ma Thuot, on the way stop to have a look of coffee and pepper gardens.

Visit Khai Doan pagoda.

Tour end in the afternoon.

Price and Condition

What's included:

  • Transportation
  • English speaking guide
  • Elephant ride
  • Picnic lunch
  • Trekking/biking
  • Entrance fees
  • 02 bottles of water

What's excluded: Other personal expenses

Price and Condition

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