The land adjacent to the two provinces of Dak Lak and Dak Nong has two wild, magnificent and romantic waterfalls of the legendary Central Highlands. They are Dray Nur (Wife) and Dray Sap (Husband) waterfalls.
Dray Nur Waterfall is situated in Kuop Hamlet, Dray Sap Commune, Krong Ana District, Dak Lak Province.
Not very far away, visitors can walk across the red steel cable-stayed bridge and down another short forest road to reach Dray Sap Waterfall in Nam Ha Commune, Krong No District, Dak Nong Province.
Legend has it that the Serepok River was just a winding stream in the jungle many years back in the past. At that time, a young man in Kuop Hamlet fell in love with a girl from another village across the river. However, the two families had had a feud so the two could not be together. The couple chose to commit suicide in the Serepok River so they could be together forever.
Feeling angry because of the villagers’ selfishness, Giang (a God) created a storm and split the Serepok River into two streams, cutting the connection between the two villages. These two branches are the Krong Ana River (Female River), which gives birth to the Dray Nur waterfall (also known as the Wife waterfall), and the Krong No river (the Male river) produces the Dray Sap waterfall (also known as the Husban waterfall).