Four seasons of the year, every season Mu waterfall is beautiful because of the abundant water flowing down from the top of the mountain.
That’s why this place always attracts tourists from all over the world to explore and admire.
In the hot days of Hanoi; if not affected by the Covid-19 epidemic; there is an address that surely lovers of nature exploration would love to visit, that is Mu waterfall; located in Mu hamlet, Tu Do commune, Lac Son district, Hoa Binh province.
About 130km from Hanoi, Mu waterfall; the most beautiful and highest waterfall in Hoa Binh province; It is considered a paradise, a “fairy scene” because of the majestic natural scenery and the silver waterfall pouring down the cliffs; creating a cool, clear blue water that fascinates the footsteps of many tourists.
Mu waterfall, originating from Mu stream in the Buoi river basin; belongs to the mountainous area of soil and limestone on the majestic Truong Son mountain range.
Mu Waterfall has a height of more than 100 meters with 6 floors, and through the process of erosion, the water stream has formed a rather large swimming pool at the foot of the waterfall.
In the summer, the white waterfall is like a silk strip squeezed from the top of the mountain; creating beautiful and poetic clouds of water.
Therefore, even though it is located in a remote and dangerous mountainous location, many people still come to Mu waterfall to admire and immerse themselves in the cool, green atmosphere here.
At Mu waterfall, visitors can follow the stairs to climb near the top of the waterfall to have fun and check-in to take photos, and then turn down to immerse themselves in the cool water at the giant natural swimming pool located right below the waterfall.
Because of its wild and magnificent beauty, in recent years, Mu waterfall has attracted many tourists to visit and experience it.
From here, a number of convenient services for tourists have been opened, helping local people have more jobs and income.
Right on the way to the waterfall, some households; after being fostered with experience in tourism; also boldly invested in building homestay-style guest houses, giving visitors more time to experience the life of the locals.
It is from these homestays that visitors have more opportunities to learn and discover the long-standing customs, habits, culture, and traditional cuisine that the Muong Vang people have preserved for generations. This has also created unforgettable impressions for each visitor.
It would not be an exaggeration to say that Mu waterfall is a raw gem, like a soft “blue musical note” lying at the foot of the great thousand; adorning the tourist “map” of Lac Son district.
At the same time, enrich the potential of eco-tourism and cultural tourism in Hoa Binh province.