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How to get to Ha Giang from Hanoi
Are you planning a trip to Ha Giang province? You are wondering travel routes to reach this highland and means of transport to get there. You will have the right answers in this blog with us !!!
Ha Giang see and do guide
Travellers to Ha Giang province will need to pass by the town to process a travel permit with the local police. The town itself has nothing of major significance except the museum which is easily visited for 30 minutes or so.
H’mong palace – Ha Giang
Large parts of Ha Giang Province were dominated by the Hmong tribe following their arrival from China centuries ago. During the Nguyen Dynasty, the Hmong King’s rule over the area was recognised.
Dong Van Town – Ha Giang
Dong Van is one of Vietnam’s most northern towns. It’s less than 10 kilometres from the Chinese border in a region of Ha Giang that protrudes into Yunnan province. Perhaps this is why the area has been a source of tension between the two countries in the past.
Meo Vac Town – Ha Giang
Meo Vac town is a dusty outpost not far from the Chinese border in Ha Giang province. Most travellers pass through here since it’s at one end of the spectacular Dong Van – Meo Vac drive.
Last Minute Packages
This 3-day tour to Ha Giang offers you a good view of the region driving along the main road, visiting typical places that can not be missed when visiting the province.
We pick you up when you arriving Ha Giang City, then we can take a cup of tea in our warmly welcome company. We take you to one jouney of the first day up hill to Quan Ba that we can see many beautiful views of mountain
26/04/2018 - 31/12/2039$999.00
The remote mountainous area of Ha Giang offers breathtaking views and interesting subcultures. It is the least traveled area of the North and attract hardier travelers craving a glimpse of some of the most remote ethnic minority people