Ha Giang is a land with the natural majestic landscapes, the sharpness of long-standing living tradition of the hill tribe people that many tourists have not known. About 350km
to the north of
Hanoi, Ha Giang town is located in a valley four mountains be surrounded mountains and the Lo river bending in its
About 40 km up north is Quan Ba district, a mountainous region with cool climate year-round. Continue the journey, visitors can stop at La Sung valley, where the beauty here is difficult to be matched, the valley offers a magic appearance of rocky mountain and green
In Dong Van, visitors are immersed in the mountains and the colours of hill tribes in every step. Dong Van district lies at the height 1100m, of which there is Lung Cu peak at the height 1600m to 1800m compared to sea level, this is an extreme north, is the rooftops of Vietnam. Away from Dong Van 12km, under a small beautiful valley beautiful, low-ventilated under the Green samu trees is of mansion of Wang Chi Sinh (are regarded as the Mong King who dispense the entire plateau area Dong Van - Meo Vac). An area mansion in the mid of green forest with the Chinese original architecture
Dong Van to Meo Vac one has to overcome peak Ma Pi Leng. On beautiful days Ma Pi Leng pass seems to collect all the beauty of nature, with the windy hill sides, the eyes spread to horizon. Nho Que river as a small thread in the beautiful valley. One must stand here between heaven and earth, the scenery of wildlife, golden sound Hmong flute to enjoy the immense of the mountain area.
Coming to Ha Giang, everybody wants to visit Khau Vai love market, only for those who fail their love to come and see their old lovers. They come together and then again return to the family when sunset falls.
To Ha Giang, tourists get to enjoy the beauty of step rice field in Hoang Su Phi. At the ripe rice season, yellow rice can bee seen to the horizon. To a small path going up, visitors will see the ancient tea trees with hundreds of years old of ethnic Dzao people.
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Travel guide to Ha Giang