Thewater from H’Ly waterfall in Kit hamlet, Song Hinh commune (Song Hinh district)is 20m high, flowing down with white foams before running into Song Hinhhydro-electric reservoir.
In the summer, the waterfall water sources is limited, but thelandscape is really romantic. Tourists come here to indulge themselves in thenature scene with comfort and easiness once walking down the black stone stepsinto the cool water currents.
Staying here overnight,everyone will meet the friendly, close and honest E De compatriots; gettingchances to drink can wine, admiring the khan lyrics and melodies, singing ricechopping songs; and holding hands of the mountainous girls to sing by the campfire, effervescent with the double, triple drums, nam gong, Arap gong…
During this season, lots of tourists come here to admire H’ly waterfall
Ê Đê girls singing and chopping rice to serve tourists
Ê Đê males beating gongs during the camp fire night Tourists enjoying can wine and mountainous, forest specialties
Stilt houses serving tourists by H’Ly waterfall
Tourists sharing the festive gong atmosphere by the fire
Source:Phu Yen Newspaper
Translatedby HAI LOAN