Dambri Waterfall (Bao Loc – Lam Dong)
The Dambri waterfall is 70m high. It looks like the soft hair of the Central Highlands mountains and jungles. At the foot is a small bridge that spans the cliffs. Crossing the bridge, you will be immersed in a drizzling rain, and you can see the rainbow. Everything surroundings the waterfall is green in the year-round cool waters.
Dambri waterfall is located in the Northwest of Bao Loc town, Lam Dong province.
K’ho ethnic people in Lam Dong said that the Dambri waterfall is related to a love story. According to a legend, the waterfall was created by the tears of a K’ho winab who sat at the place where the waterfall is today to cry and wait for her lover. In the K’ho language, Dambri means “waiting.”
The legend story of Dambri waterfall
According to legend, in the old time, there live to hill tribes, however, they did not get on well with each other so conflicts happened very often. The two hill tribes have a beautiful girl, Bri and a brave boy, Kdam, they passionately loved each other, but they could not get married to each other because of the difference between the two hill tribes.
One day, Kdam was so sad because the unsuccessful love so he left his village and went to a forest. When hearing the news, Bri left her house to find him; she went through many forest, crossed many streams and many months and crops had passed, but she couldn’t find him.
She got disappointed so much, so she came back to a forest nearby her village and she cried. She cried again and again and hoped that Kdam would come back to her, however, he did not come back. She kept crying till she died and her body turned into rock, her tear kept flowing and it became the present waterfall.
After what happened to Kdam and Bri, the people from the hill tribes were moved to tear because of the truthful love, so they called the waterfall is Dambri and from that time they got on well with each other and their off-spring were allowed to get married to each other.
The amazing bridge