Ha Giang - "Destination to hurt memory" of Vietnam

Nga Do
It is not natural that Ha Giang is known as the "Destination to hurt memory" of Vietnam. Try to immerse yourself in the vast North West, you will have unforgettable feelings.

Hoang Su Phi: is a famous landmark with golden ripe terraces, vast. About May (water season) or September (season of ripe rice) is a beautiful time to come here. This is one of the most impressive and memorable destinations for visitors.

Hoang Su Phi is located on the area of 6 communes Ban Luoc, San Sa Ho, Ban Phung, Ho Thau, Nam Ty and Thong Nguyen in Ha Giang province. The road leading to Hoang Su Phi is also full of obstacles, so it is necessary for you to have certain skills of mountain trekking to reach to one of the most beautiful terraced rice fields in Vietnam.

To be able to enjoy all the great beauty here, Ha Giang trekking tours are the best option. The wet rice season in this area takes place once a year. Thus, to see the rip rice fields, you need to choose a suitable time to visit.  The time of rip rice season is from September to the end of October. Thus, this is the highly recommended time to visit Hoang Su Phi. 

You can also have a trek to this destination in the period of between March and May, which is the water season when the terraced rice fields look sparkling as the mirror fields.

Hoang Su Phi is a remote district without many hotels or motels, so tourists coming here often choose to stay in Ha Giang centre motel. Or, if more daring, you can experience the homestay tours here with fellow indigenous people to have more experience and other attractions in Ha Giang's itinerary from Hanoi.

About 300 km from Hanoi, Ha Giang is the final frontier in northern Vietnam, an amazing landscape of limestone pinnacles and granite outcrops. The far north of the province has some of the most spectacular scenery in the country, and the trip between Dong Van and Meo Vac across the Ma Pi Leng Pass is quite mind-blowing.

Whichever way you tackle Ha Giang, you'll be among only a handful of travellers to the area and experience some of Indochina’s most jaw-dropping scenery.
As tour groups have inundated the mountain town, many travelers have come to realize that less crowded Ha Giang has even more to offer. Of course, trekking in Sapa is popular for a reason – the region is nothing short of stunning. But what if you could experience an alternative to Sapa with similarly spectacular views and fewer tourists? For the adventurous out there, this destination to Vietnam’s most scenic province.  

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