The period between the rainy and dry seasons in the Central Highlands is the perfect time of year for travelers to visit the Central Highlands and experience the vast swathes of wild flowers in full bloom.
Rolling meadows of flowers in bloomset among the spectacular natural landscapes of the region create scenes of picturesque beauty, attracting a lot of visitors these days.
Some areas in the Central Highlands become must-see tourist attractions.
Da Quy flowers (wild sunflower or Tithonia diversifolia) begin to bloom in mid-October.
Chu Dang Ya volcano in Chu Pah district, Gia Lai province is considered a ‘paradise’ of Da Quy flowers. In early December, the Da Quy flower festival will be held for the first time in the area.
Chu Dang Ya volcano has been selected among the top ten most attractive destinations in Gia Lai province in 2017 by the Vietnam Book of Records (Vietkings).
The roads leading to Chu Dang Ya volcano are lined with bright yellow Da Quy flowers.
Foxtail grasses also impress the visitors.
Pink grasses are a new favourite among travellers who enjoy taking eye-catching photos of the vivid pink wild flowers.
Pink grasses are especially adapted to the arid soil and harsh conditions.