Yok Don National Park is located on relatively flat terrain, at 200 meters above sea level, in Krong Na Commune, Buon Don District, 40 kilometers to the north of Buon Ma Thuot Town.
In recent years, along with the management and protection of nature and biodiversity, the park also organizes many ecotourism and environmental education activities.
Popular services include experiences with elephants, camping, bird watching, walking, cycling in the forest or taking a boat on Serepok River. Tourists could also visit villages near Yok Don like Jang Lanh, Drang Phok or Buon Don to learn about the unique culture of the Rade, M’nong or Vietnamese of Lao origin.
Touring the forest in the deciduous season and learning about birds are among the most popular ecotourism activity, with the price of VND500,000 ($22) per person for a three-hour tour.
Tourists should go between mid-February and the end of April, when the dry season hits its peak. The forest trees enter the deciduous phase to cope with the dry weather of the Central Highlands, making it easier to observe and photograph birds.