24 km southwest of Dalat city, in Nam Ban town of Lam Ha province, Elephant Waterfall is located on the Camly stream with an impressive height of over 30m.
The story of Elephant Falls
Elephant waterfall associated with a legend: In the past, the daughter of the Chief of the tribe Sré mountain Jie Bieng - her daughter is beautiful and gentle "Biang" is loved by all the animals in the forest. One day, all elephants in La Ngu Thuong village was very happy to hear that Biang is about in love with the handsome chief of the Lat tribe. the elephants were invited to enjoy the wedding. But when they arrived, they heard the news: Lang and Biang have all died. Merciful for his fate and her, the elephant screaming all day and overnight also died and fossilized right under the waterfall. Seeing that, Lang Biang mountain god also cried day to day, his tear pouring down to became Camly stream, and the waterfall was created by the tear.
Surrounded by pristine forests with lush vines and unique caves, the Elephant Waterfall is an exciting destination that can not be missed when exploring Dalat nature.
it's recognized at a national tourist destination in 2001.