Built in late 2015, Dak Nong Geopark has attracted a large number of tourists (especially backpackers) by winding mountain pass, poetic waterfalls, the mighty Krong No father river, the peaceful sunrise in the valley of Nam N’dir pass… and cultural diversity of 40 ethnic groups of Vietnam despite of its underdeveloped tourism infrastructure.

Krong No Father River
Krong No Father River – Photo Vo Anh Tu

Visit Dak Nong Geopark without any ideas about where to go and what to do? Don’t hesitate to download izi.TRAVEL app – A “Virtual Tour Assistant” of Dak Nong Geopark!

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With izi.TRAVEL app installed on smartphones, visitors will easily explore 3 routes within ​​Dak Nong Geopark, including: “Rhapsody of Fire and Water”, “Wind of Change Concerto” and “Sounds of the Earth” to experience the typical features of geology, landscape and culture of M’nong highland.

Interface of 3 travel routes on izi.TRAVEL app
Interface of “Sounds of the Earth route” on izi.TRAVEL

Each route consists of 14 – 15 destinations. All data on sites’ locations and interpretations are integrated on this application platform. Currentl, izi.TRAVEL has both English and Vietnamese versions.

Selecting Vietnamese or English language on izi.TRAVEL

In case of not using the 4G network regularly, tourists can choose to download visiting itineraries in advance for more convenient. As the Land of Sounds, Dak Nong Geopark integrates on izi.TRAVEL not only information, pictures but also daily life’s sounds and breath of this colorful cultural land.

About each destination’s 5 minutes in advance, the app automatically plays a short introduction with a sound specific to that site to interact with visitors in order to create new and unique experiences. For example, the Aluminium mineral site is linked to the tinkling of metal, the waterfalls go with rushing water-flowing sound, the information center is characterized by lithophone’s sound, etc and other countless sounds that visitors will have chances to enjoy and discover when traveling with izi.TRAVEL app within Dak Nong Geopark.

Whether traveling alone or in groups, with Dak Nong Geopark’s “Virtual tour assistant” – izi.TRAVEL app, visitors will no longer be “alone” on the roads to explore “The Land of Sounds”.

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