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All reviews the river the bus beautiful waterfall ban gioc rainy season china border rice beautiful place next morning take your time local buses vietnamese tourists border area well worth the effort worth the trip long journey panoramic view
We came to visit Ban Gioc waterfalls in an afternoon, and because it had rained for 20 days continuously, the falls were extremely strong and the road down to falls was wet and slippery.
Ban Gioc is 1 of the most beautiful waterfalls that we...More
Ban Gioc is a majestic waterfall and the most beautiful of Vietnam, located in the commune of Dam Thuy, Trung Khanh district, Cao Bang. The waterfall has a height of over 30 m with many large bodies of water flowing through many layers of limestone....More
We joined group to visit Ban Gioc waterfall. It is nice and natural waterfall - border with China. You will see much water if come in the morning, traveling there by motorbike is great, also can rent a rafting to come near the waterfall
Ban Gioc Waterfall is one of Vietnam’s most impressive natural sights. Located in the northeastern province of Cao Bang, the falls are 30 metres high and 300 metres across, making Ban Gioc the widest waterfall in the country. The falls occur on the Quay Son...More
Visited Ban Gioc in August 2018 and there was plenty of water flowing. Very impressive set of waterfalls. Take the boat ride out to the falls and be ready to get covered by the spray. I got there by motorcycle and the road from Cao...More
The falls is located in a border area between Vietnam and China covering quite a big area with high speed of watering pouring down.
Activities: rent traditional costume of Tay and Nung ethnic group and have some great photos; take photos with horses; go for...More
Response from Irina Liene S | Reviewed this property |
It takes pretty much time. We made it from Hanoi to Cao Bang in about 7 hours and 30 min by local vietnam bus. The distance is not that far, however, because of the curvy mountain roads, ups and downs, it takes a time. We... More
It takes pretty much time. We made it from Hanoi to Cao Bang in about 7 hours and 30 min by local vietnam bus. The distance is not that far, however, because of the curvy mountain roads, ups and downs, it takes a time. We arrived at the Cao Bang and stayed there 2 nights. On the second morning we went to the bus station and took a local bus to Ban Gioc fall. It took about 2h or 3h more. Anyways, it was worth it. It is one of the most amazing nature creations I have seen so far. After then we asked for a motorbike transfer to Nguom Ngao cave, which is also nice place to visit. From there we took a nice walk back to the road to Cao Bang and catched the bus right on the road back to the city. We were there on Saturday I guess, so the last bus leaves about 16:40 from Ban Gioc to Cao Bang.
Response from frankiektchang | Reviewed this property |
First day; I left Hanoi in the morning about 8am and arrived Cao Bang in the evening about 5pm. Second day: Visit waterfall and the cave. Third Day: Late morning return Hanoi by evening. Having 2 weeks in Vietnam ; you... More
First day; I left Hanoi in the morning about 8am and arrived Cao Bang in the evening about 5pm. Second day: Visit waterfall and the cave. Third Day: Late morning return Hanoi by evening. Having 2 weeks in Vietnam ; you should try squeeze it into your itinery as I reckon the waterfall and cave venue are significantly unique.