Bodies of two women and humanity recovered, officials and regime media report, as police question tour guide
Three British sightseers have died while climbing waterfalls in Vietnam, and their guidebook is being questioned by police, officials and district media reported.
It is not immediately known how they died in the accident near Dalat in Lam Dong province in the center highlands.
Vo Anh Tan, deputy managing director of the Lam Dong seam capital sightseer companionship that oversees the Datanla cataracts, responded visitors often started at the opening of the tiered cascade, which is now being popular among western tourists.
Tan announced an unauthorised neighbourhood private tour operator set the trip for the tourists and apparently did not paid under acces tickets or use the companys safety paraphernalium. He said the guidebook had been detained by police for questioning.
The state-run Tuoi Tre( Youth) newspaper said the bodies of two British women and a follower had been recovered.
The mass were recovered downstream. Police speculated the tourists might have slipped while inquiring the neighbourhood, according to neighbourhood news reports.
The British Foreign Office remarked: We are in contact with local authorities in Ho Chi Minh City following an accident near Da Lat, Vietnam.