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A border province and official Frontier Area, Ha Giang lies in the remote far northern region of the country. To visit this province is to journey back in time and encounter some of Vietnam’s most rugged and grand landscapes. Ha Giang is best experienced as a road trip on two wheels, soaking up the majesty of the landscape and the atmosphere of the remote towns and minority villages.
Drive Ma Pi Leng Pass
The roads of Ha Giang serve up the ultimate motorcycle adventures. The drive into Dong Van is impossibly beautiful, however Ma Pi Leng — where the road snakes past the Nho Que River — is the jewel in Ha Giang crown.
Get lost in the hills
Trekking opportunities are plentiful in Ha Giang. The Quan Ba Pass holds a lookout that lives up to its name: Heaven’s Gate. Quan Ba is also the gateway to the lofty limestone peaks and rock-strewn fields of Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark.
Visit the Sa Phin H’Mong Palace
Near the border with China stands a H’Mong King Palace in the village of Sa Phin. Built in 1902 during the French occupation, the wood-framed palace is done in the traditional Chinese style and oozes character.
See the king of flagpoles
Make time to journey north to Lung Cu, where a gigantic Vietnamese flag blows proudly at the border. The best time to arrive is late afternoon as the heat subsides, making the climb of 200 steps a little kinder.
September through to November is a good time to visit this remote province, with cooler temperatures. In November, Ha Giang is hugely popular during the Buckwheat Flower Festival. April to June is pleasant and warm, July and August can be very hot with regular monsoons.
The small city of Ha Giang is the gateway to the province, and approximately 300km from Hanoi. Buses run day and night from the capital, ranging from sleepers to smaller VIP mini-vans. Depending on the vehicle and driver, the journey there takes around six hours. Public transport around Ha Giang Province is limited. Experienced drivers can rent a motorcycle in town. Another option is to book a tour either on the back of a motorbike or by private car.
08.00 AM: After your breakfast, our driver and guide will take you to Ha Giang for your 4D3N tour. Along the way, you will be fascinated by plenty of grandiose mountains and picturesque landscapes surrounding. Lunch en route.
We will then stop at a famous viewpoint overlooking a Red Dao village which is Quan Ba Heaven Gate. The panorama is simply spectacular and fantastic with mountains encasing the rice terraced fields and a few scattered settlements.
Furthermore, you will take a walk to Fairy Mountain which is called “Nui Doi Co Tien” after a short drive. This attraction is well known for its incredible beauty and you will have a precious chance to take some amazing photos.
Our driver and guide will then transfer you to your accommodation in Quan Ba for your dinner.
Stay overnight in Quan Ba.
08.00 AM: After your breakfast, we will say goodbye to Quan Ba for the trip to Dong Van. During the drive, you will be amazed by the fascinating sceneries of this route.The first stop of your journey today will be Pao’s House which is famous for its rustic beauty and truly cultural signature of Ha Giang mountainous region. Please take your time to interact with locals and get better knowledge about their customs.In addition, after your lunch en route, we will continue to Hmong Royal Palace which is the historical palace of the Vuong family who ruled over the region and controlled opium production and trade until 1945.Continuing the trip to Lung Cu after a short drive of 2 hours. Lung Cu is not only the northernmost point of Vietnam but also it has long been a sacred image in the heart of every Vietnamese land.The tour ultimately arrives in Dong Van where you can take your free time to explore the ancient street of Dong Van before having your dinner (arrange it yourself)..
06.00 AM: We will take a short walk to climb to the French Fort called Don Cao. The whole village can be seen at that point and you will be amazed by its stunning valley. Afterwards, coming back Dong Van center to have your breakfast.If the weather is nice, our driver and guide will then transfer you to Meo Vac where you will have a great opportunity to take a boat tour along the Nho Que River. After the boat tour, you will be stopped at Ma Pi Leng Pass to immerse in the magnificent and spectacular views. Lunch at the local restaurant along the way.
After lunch, you will then continue the journey to Lung Tam Village where has a long-standing traditional craft of brocade weaving that contributes to preserving the traditional culture of the Mong ethnic people living in this mountainous area.
Our driver will then take you to your accommodation in Thon Tha Village – Ha Giang and have a rest before enjoying a traditional dinner.
Stay overnight in Ha Giang.
08.00 AM: After your breakfast, take a short walk around Thon Tha village to get a deeper insight into this perfect place with wonderful scenery in Ha Giang. You will go through the amazing rice fields and the mountains to discover the wonderful flora and fauna of Vietnam.
At the end of the walk, please return to the homestay and this is your time to relax before heading back to Hanoi and having lunch en route.
With the sincere thanks for your travel to Vietnam and with us, hope that you have enjoyed your Vietnam trip and look forward to seeing you again!
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