It is in Lien Dam commune, Di Linh district, 80 km from Dalat and 25 km from Bao Loc, next to National Road No.20 Po Pla waterfall ( which means the head of an elephant tusk in K’Ho language) and pronounces as Bobla in Vietnamese, and it is also called Lien Dam waterfall. The waterfall lies between 2 hills which have the shapes of two elephants kneeling and it is like a cave with house coffee plantations around, below the waterfall, there is a small lake made by water flowing for a long time, besides the lake, there is the big block of stone that looks like a stone table of the heaven and around there are big old trees.

A very long time ago, when the cham ruled Di Linh, they forced the inhabitants to pay taxes in products of the forest such as tusks of rhinoceros, deer... And especially elephant tusks. They chose big elephant tusks only, and the chief of the tribe at the waterfall had found a pair of elephant tusks which were higher than a person, a horse could not jump over them. Then the Cham king was so happy, called that place Po Pla and the waterfall was also called Po Pla. The nameLien Dam was transformed from Liang dan-the name of a good young man who had saved the villages of Liang Trak Mur from Cham invaders. One time when the chams broke into the village, all villages ran away, except for Liang Dam, who picked a branch of a tree on the waterfall and pointed branch to the enemy; as the branch broke the Chams hurt themselves. When all the Chams had disappeared,Liang silently went to the waterfall and vanished, the villagers couldn’t come in time to show their gratitude. So the villagers named their tribe Liang Dam.


Da Lat has created an ecotourism area, where you can cross the waterfall, fishing, camping, mountain explorations,...


Ta Gou - Son Hiep commune - Khanh Son district - Khanh Hoa province. One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Khanh Hoa province.
There are much interesting lore around this waterfall, among them the people of Khanh Son or passing stories about the maternal mother's mother crying for the baby.

"In the old days there was a lot of pythons, with big children like 100 years old, and one morning in the dry season, a python from the bottom of the mountain crawls up to the top of the field, finding a baby elephant on the way. Immediately, the panda head to break down the elephant, not less so, the elephant is also used to kick back, both animals, struggling to break the trees. falling down the abyss When the mother returned to find her son was dead in the depths of the trade, the baby elephant, standing on the top of the high mountains crying all night, then suddenly petrified, two tears of motherhood into two falls. "
Thus, the Ta Gio Waterfall is also known as the Ivory Coast.