Ha Giang is the final frontier in northern Vietnam, a lunar landscape of limestone pinnacles and granite outcrops. The far north of the province has some of the most spectacular scenery in Vietnam and the trip between Dong Van and Meo Vac is a mind-blower for motorbikers, but not much fun on buses. It should be one of the most popular destinations in this region, but is one of those rare provinces that still requires a travel permit and the bureaucratic baloney keeps most at bay.

Dong Van Highland

Dong Van is very beautiful with mountains, forests, hidden grottoes and caves, multicoloured orchid forests, plum and peach trees, persimmon orchards, and more. Visiting Dong Van, one can see Pho Bang, also called Pho Bang Street, which was built a long time ago and features multi-storey houses made of clay bricks and tile roofs.

Quan Ba Valley

It is well known for its secret grottoes and caves, colourful orchids, plum and peach trees, persimmon orchards, medicinal plants and many more. The town of Dong Van is famous for its Pho Bang Street which features multistoried buildings built with clay bricks and tiled roofs.

Meo Vac

The ethnic clans of White Hmong, Tay and Lolo congregate here, particularly the young people assemble here in search of life partners or to exchange partners.

Cho tinh Khâu Vai

When the couple were meeting, the two groups descended into warfare. To avoid bloodshed for their societies, the couple decided to break up and only secretly meet once a year on the anniversary, at Khâu Vai. Since then the area has become a dating spot for couples.

Lung Cu

It seemed that there was no hot weather here; we constantly felt the cool breeze teasing us in a friendly manner. The path was quite a steep incline, but obviously that could not stop us going ahead, discovering plenty of wild flowers blooming on both sides.

Bac Me

Cang Bac Me, or Bac Me Prison, nestled in a forest of old trees, is a destination for those who want to look back into history to the time when the French ruled the region.

Meo Vac, Ma Pi Leng

The road from Meo Vac to Lung Phin through the imposing rocky mountains is an equally exciting journey. Ethnic children shout out greetings to passers-by on the way home from school and Mong women in their traditional costumes can be seen farming on the hillsides and mountainsides and carrying bamboo baskets loaded with vegetables home.

Fire – dance festival of Pa Then ethnic group

The festival is celebrated to welcome the new harvest of Pà Thẻn. It is normally organized from the middle of lunar October, after harvest, until the end of the traditional Têt.

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