Central Highlands

AREA: 54,641 km2

CLIMATE: Located in the tropical zone of Xavan, the climate in the Central Highlands is divided into two seasons: the rainy season from May to October and the dry season from November to April, in which March and April are the two hottest and driest months. Best. Due to the influence of the altitude, while the climate in plateaus with the height of 400-500m is relatively cool and rainy, plateaus with the height of over 1000m is cool all year round.

GENERAL: When talking about Central Highlands, people often think of a sunny and windy wilderness with red clay winding roads. But this land has many interesting and attractive spots for tourists to explore and conquer. Coming to the Central Highlands is really a precious occasion for visitors to return to the majestic nature, discover the primitive forests with diverse fauna and flora systems. The geological formation of this land has created many rivers, lakes and especially the magnificent waterfalls in the boundless forests.

Central Highlands has more than 47 ethnic minority groups with their own distinct cultural vestiges. In particular, the life of ethnic people here still retain the unique natural features. Coming to this spectacular region, you will be immersed in the “Space of Gong Culture of the Central Highlands”, which was recognized by UNESCO as the Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity in 2005.

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