Traveling across Ho Chi Minh road, remember to stop by Dak Ga stream

Many backpackers from Da Nang, Hoi An to the Central Highlands, when passing through the Ho Chi Minh route across the mountainous district of Phuoc Son, Quang Nam, say that they must visit Dak Ga stream to enjoy the cool water and enjoy the beautiful scenery. wild here.

 

Traveling across Ho Chi Minh road, remember to stop by Dak Ga stream

A corner of Dak Ga stream - Photo: LE TRUNG

A corner of Dak Ga stream – Photo: LE TRUNG

Located about 15km from Kham Duc town, Dak Ga stream (Long Vien village, Phuoc My commune, Phuoc Son district) is located near the Ho Chi Minh Highway connecting Quang Nam and Kon Tum provinces, has a wild, mysterious beauty and is considered by local people to be a “fairy” among the thousands. Truong Son.

Many backpackers tell each other: “If you go to Phuoc Son, don’t go Dak Ga stream It’s like you haven’t visited yet. “Travellers” all come to this stream to roam and admire the scenery.

The stream is located about 500m from the Ho Chi Minh trail, weaving through the villages of the Xe Dang people.

The white stream flows between large rocks - Photo: LE TRUNG

The white stream flows between large rocks – Photo: LE TRUNG

Dak Ga Stream starting from the towering Ngok Atoon mountain peak located behind Long Vien village with vast green primeval forests.

Between the rows of ancient trees, the stream appeared, white foam splashing out. Large silver-white rocks are arranged together, creating stairs from top to bottom. On the stream there are many small, large lakes, no deeper than a person’s head, with clear water.

Local people say that this stream has nurtured many generations of Xe Dang people.

Soak in the cool water - Photo: LE TRUNG

Soak in the cool water – Photo: LE TRUNG

Coming to the stream, visitors can immerse themselves in the cool, emerald green water. After bathing, you can lie in the sun on a big rock, admire the pristine natural scenery, lush green forest trees, and listen to birds sing.

Across the stream is a wooden suspension bridge made by villagers to travel from one bank to the other.

Dak Ga Stream is not only an interesting place for local people to relax on weekends and holidays, but also an interesting destination for backpackers and tourists from Da Nang City, Hoi An to the region. Central Highlands land by Ho Chi Minh road.

There's nothing better than soaking in a cool stream - Photo: LE TRUNG

There’s nothing better than soaking in a cool stream – Photo: LE TRUNG

Mr. Pham Phuoc Hung (32 years old, a backpacker) – said that this place is very interesting. He and his backpacking friends often stop by Ho Chi Minh to visit, bathe in the stream and then continue their journey.

“The stream is cool, clear and green, the natural scenery is pristine, it’s worth visiting” – Mr. Hung said.

Rocky beaches and forest trees interspersed with streams - Photo: LE TRUNG

Rocky beaches and forest trees interspersed with streams – Photo: LE TRUNG

Suspension bridge over the stream for tourists to stand and admire the beautiful scenery - Photo: LE TRUNG

Suspension bridge over the stream for visitors to stand and admire the beautiful scenery – Photo: LE TRUNG

The most interesting thing to discover in Dak Ga stream is that nature bestows two streams of hot and cold water all year round.

The hot water stream is brought down from the top of the mountain by villagers, the temperature is just warm enough for visitors to bathe in cool water and then bathe in hot water.

Local people cool off in the stream - Photo: LE TRUNG

Local people cool off in the stream – Photo: LE TRUNG

Standing on the suspension bridge watching the stream - Photo: LE TRUNG

Standing on the suspension bridge watching the stream – Photo: LE TRUNG

Walking around the stream, admiring the beautiful natural scenery, soaking in the cool stream, then going ashore to take a hot bath, that is a feeling that is not easy to have.