Geological heritage

Lava sandstone meeting

In Dak Nong UNESCO Global Geopark, the two most abundant rock types are volcanic basalt and the sedimentary sandstone, siltstone and shale, each accounting for

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Bang Rup rapids

About 3km from Ea T’ling townlet, Cu Jut district, and about 20km from Buon Ma Thuot City along Road No.14, Bang Rup rapids is about

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Gia Long waterfall

During 1935 to 1936, on a trip to Dak Lak province, Bao Dai King – the last king of Nguyen Dynasty- and his entourage rode

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Lava field

Basaltic cover accounts for more than half of Dak Nong province, of which 85-90% was formed during volcanic eruptions approximately one to several million years

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Nam Kar Volcanoes

The Nam Kar volcano range is composed of three volcanoes in a valley in Phu Son village, Quang Phu commune, Krong No district. The main

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Granite waterfall

While Dak Nong is mostly covered by sedimentary (formed in ocean environment) and basalt rocks (formed during volcanic activities) , the intruded granite rock at Ta Dung National park demonstrates the diversity of rock types in Dak Nong UNESCO Global Geopark

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Email: geopark@daknong.gov.vn bqlcvdcnl@gmail.com

Phone: (+84) 2613 93 93 93

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