Ha Giang Tour 5 days from Hanoi will offer you a good view of the region along the main road. You will visit typical places that you should not miss when visit these provinces. The type of tour is driving. Most of your time spent in the car for driving from place to places. You will have opportunity to enjoy the amazing scenery, exploring local life and the culture of the hill tribe. Spencial admire Karst Geo – Park. The distances between the destinations are viewed as below: Hanoi to Ha Giang (300km) – Yen Minh Town (100km) – Meo Vac Town (75 km) – Ha Giang City (155km)
Our unique biking north Vietnam trip takes place against a backdrop of endless lush green paddy fields and irregular tree-covered limestone mountains. Providing a fleeting insight into the traditional lives, friendly tribes and exotic landscapes of north-west and north-east Vietnam, our cycling adventure also delivers surprisingly good riding across the mountainous area of in North Vietnam. There are technical sections, easy hills, huge flowing descents and some glorious single tracks. Take a city tour to Hanoi’s highlights Conquer top challenge biking route in Vietnam Explore the wildlife of Ba Be National Park Overnight in a traditional house of Tay minority Visit Ban Ho, Ta Van, Coc Ly Village
Trekking in Hoang Su Phi is evaluated at the level of 1.5/5 grade; an average altitude of 750m above sea, the average gradient of 8%, sometimes up to 30%. You will have proximately 5h-7h walk every day (10km-18km per day), with local guide, transporter by motor on adventurous roads. And modest services are prepared in accordance with our standards. There is great opportunity for you to living in warm and friendly space of the locals. A difficult journey over winding trail, you have the opportunity to witness cultural life, farming practices and activities of the ethnic minorities in mountainous areas to the north. Admire the terraced rice fields look like silk scarves flying over in the wind above mountain slopes. A wonders built up over hundreds of years. This tour is designed for travelers who want authentic experience in comfortable standard with soft trek. Route: Hanoi - Thong Nguyen - Nam Hong - Giang Thuong - Giang Ha - Phin Ho - Hoang Su Phi - Hanoi
Ha Giang is one of the best places for trekkers and backpackers in Northern Vietnam because of its wilderness. Discover the mysterious beauty of the Northwest mountainous highland as well as the unique culture features of ethnic minority here. Try some local dishes and see daily life of ethnic minorities groups. This tour is an incredible package to see Dong Van Karst Plateau.
Enjoy active program trekking/hiking. Admire the natural landscape. Admire the artificial landscape Meet local ethnic minorities Participating in the activities of local people Enjoy Homestay (mattress, blanket, mosquito net, hot shower) Dinner with local family Enjoy local food Local guide :)) etc
Ha Giang is Vietnam's northernmost province. It has many wonderful majestic landscapes and attractive destinations to visit. Many of hilights, lie within Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark. After the zigzagging slopes, You can be reached the majestic endless mountains. Following the mountain pass overlooking the deep valley, you will see the huge and impressive ancient Sa Moc trees, that overshadow The Hmong King Palace. Exploring the Dong Van old quarter, with its beautiful colonial French architectures. The main destination that every Vietnamese person wants to reach at least once in their life time is The Lung Cu Flagpole. Finally you can take a short Journey to see the Ma Mi Leng pass, carved out of the mountain side this road faces sheer cliffs and deep valley. The ethnic people from this area cultivate rice and corn. They buil their houses out off the red rust earth decorated with yin-yang tiles. Dong Van is famous for its delicious peaches, plums, tea and honey wine. One of its culinary hilight is the horse meet hot pot(Thang Co). You can find all these treats in the local bustling market. The austerity of the nature couple with extreme poverty perpetuates the rising aspirations of the people here. The cheerful charming smiles of the ethnic women in colorful handmade dresses and the local children's playful grins, characterises the welcoming nature of the people as a whole, that never fails to charm visitors.
Join us for one of northern Vietnam's most colourful and exciting festivals. The Bac Ha Horse Races draw thousands of ethnic minority spectators to this scenic mountain town, making for a carnival of colour and festivity. Jockeys come from H'mong, Nung and Dzao villages all over the province, and riding bareback, compete in both team and indi- vidual races. Our trip means a chance to explore and pho- tograph this unique event, while learning how to create, pace and picture a photojournalistic story. We base ourselves at the homestay of our Tay minority friends on the banks of the River Chay, and the weekend also includes a journey by long- boat and landscape workshop in the stunning nearby valleys.
Join us for a fantastic photographic adventure to one of northern Vietnam’s most authentic and exciting ethnic minority festivals. Khau Vai Love Market attracts thousands of people from the H’mong, Thai and Nung minorities as they search for marriage partners or old flames, bringing a carnival of colour and festivity to this scenic mountain town. We travel through Ha Giang’s spectacular Dong Van Rocky Plateau and over the immense Ma Pi Leng Pass to reach Khau Vai, a journey taking in some of Vietnam’s most spectacularlandscapes.Developyourphotographyskillswith a professional while enjoying this unique cultural experience.
Traveling through some of the north's most dramatic scenery, our Roof of Vietnam: Ha Giang and the Far North tour package is a fantastic journey into this mountainous region. Encounter fascinating hill tribes, be captivated by the pristine landscapes and gain an understand of the intense relationship between these people and this land. If you are ready to discover an incredible corner of Asia, bring your camera and your sense of adventure and join us on this Vietnam tour We drive up to altitude of 1500meter above sea level, through the mountain landscape and paddy-field terraces. Stop en route for photos at Quyet tien ethnic minority market where the minorities of Nung, White H’Mong, Po Y, Dao lantern, Tay gather for trade...
Vietnam’s final frontier, blessed with jaw-dropping mountain scenery and a profusion of colourful ethnic minorities, a trip to Ha Giang makes for the ultimate photography adventure. Travelling here you will enjoy the hospitality of Red Dzao families, mingle with the crowds at ethnic minority markets and explore the hidden corners and back roads of this incredible province. The pictures and memories you take home will stay with you forever. The tour is schedule from September 1st to 5th 2017.
Enjoy active program trekking/hiking. Admire the natural landscape. Admire the artificial landscape Meet local ethnic minorities Participating in the activities of local people Enjoy Homestay (mattress, blanket, mosquito net, hot shower) Dinner with local family Enjoy local food Local guide
Tha Village is a village located at an estimate of 6 kilometers away from the center of the city of Ha Giang, Northern Vietnam. For someone who loves trekking and exploring places with beautiful sceneries but not far away from the city, Tha Village is the best place to go to. The village is just small that you can just walk around it. The people in Tha village are under the Tay Ethnic Group.
Quan Ba is the first gateway district when coming Dong Van karst plateau geopark, the place famous for heaven gate, double stalactite, speciality corn wine, Hop Tien linen and Tam Son town where is known as the 2nd Sa Pa in the North of Viet Nam. Quan Ba is located in the west – southwest of Dong Van karst plateau Geopark- Ha Giang province. Topography mainly is mountainous rocky, its average elevation from 1000 – 1.200 meters above sea level. Quan Ba is situated in a temperate climate and divided into two seasons: Rainy and dry seasons. Average rain quantity about 1200mm/year.
Kho My Cave is named after Kho My village in Tung Vai commune, Quan Ba district. It is about 20km from Nam Dam village and Tam Son town. The cave is situated conviently by the paved road leading close to the cave mouth. Along the way, you can visit places that produce local specialties such as corn wine and honey in Thanh Van commune.