Ha Giang presents ample opportunities to embrace Vietnam's pristine nature and colofrul hilltribes. The area is untouched and rarely visited by most in the country.
(TRAVPR.COM)THAILAND - June 29th, 2011 - Ha Giang, otherwise known as the Roof of Vietnam, is one of the country’s less visited areas. It is blessed with an abundance of hills, mountains and traditional hilltribe people. Visitors will gain an understand of the intense relationship between these people and this land, all while having ample opportunities for photo taking and experiencing something truly unforgettable.
From Hanoi, guests head off to Ha Giang, passing beautiful sceneray and villages of the Tay and Hmong hilltribe. From here, guests head to Meo Vac, near the Chinese border and set off on a light trek along the banks of the Nho Que River to visit villages of the Tay and Nung hilltribes.
Visitors will pass the scenic and fabulous Heaven’s Pass, skirting near the Chinese border soaring above a deep valley dotted with fields and rock formations before heading down to the local villages and valleys around Dong Van.
Next stop is Lung Cu, the country’s northernmost point, where guests get to meet more traditional hilltribes and see the color and bustle of the town’s market. Then it is off to Tam Son Valley where guests can partake in a short trek to a Hmong village before looping back to Hanoi.
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