There are lots of activities you can do in Datanla Waterfalls but for our group with small kids and a senior citizen, we only chose the obvious, the Luge.
If you check out my post in 2013, Datanla has stayed pretty much the same.
Before we saw the falls of course, we had to ride the luge. It was Rafa’s first time and unlike last time, I couldn’t take a video while holding a toddler. 😛
My pet peeve? All the other luge riders stopping every time just to take selfies!!!! At one point there were several cars that hit each other. It was scary!
Am sure it was cringe-worthy but I had to shout several times for them to stop taking photos. I had a toddler with me and didn’t want to get into an accident. There was a time when we had to stop in a 45 degree angle because the traffic was bad.
I am not sure if they had this cable car last time, but there also is a cable car running the length of the river.
Entrance to Datanla is at 35,000 VND I think and other activities are paid separately. But still affordable! Oh and you can dine in their restaurant.