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Dak Nong (Đắk Nông) is a province in the Central Highlands that borders Dak Lak province to the north, Lam Dong province to the east and southeast, Binh Phuoc province to the south and southwest, and Cambodia to the west. Dak Nong is the country's 56th biggest province in terms of population, with a size of around 6500 km2 and a population of more than 600 thousand people. Dak Nong tourism has grown quickly in both quantity and quality in recent years, thanks to significant investment. When you visit this land, you will have a fantastic time.

Dak Nong is located in the transition zone between the Central Highlands and the Southeast, thus it is influenced by the tropical equatorial monsoon climate. Furthermore, because it is located on the M'Nong plateau at an average altitude of 600 to 700 meters above sea level, the weather is always nice and mild. In Dak Nong, there are two different seasons. In Dak Nong, there are two different seasons. The wet season generally lasts from May to October, while the dry season lasts from November to April the following year. You may visit Dak Nong at any time of year, according to Dak Nong travel experiences. You can see the grandeur of beautiful waterfalls during the wet season. You should come in the dry season if you are afraid of having to move in wet conditions.

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