Ha Giang’s natural beauty

In Ha Giang, nature overwhelms you with its majesty and beauty. The sublime mountains stand high above the clouds. The magnificent canyons penetrate deep into the terrain. The rivers wind their way through magnificent landscapes. The terraced fields mesmerize and awe.

Magnificent mountains

Ha Giang is mainly made up of mountains and wilderness: craggy summits and diversified rock formations are important parts of its provincial identity.

Ma Pi Leng Pass

Ma Pi Leng Pass

Ma Pi Leng Pass in Ha Giang is the most dangerous and scenic route, 1,200 m above sea level, in  the Dong Van karst plateau. Tourists come here to be awed and amazed by the amazing landscape from  thebreathtaking cliffs to the silky Nho Que river.

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Rivers

While the gorgeous and gigantic rocks take your breath away, the rivers and streams provide a more tranquil spectacle.

Forests and Fields

Hoang Su Phi terrace fields

Hoang Su Phi terrace fields

From its wavy terrace fields to its traditional culture, everything has its own historical and cultural value. The natural beauty of the place and of its people has allured tourists from all over the world to Hoang Su Phi.

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Lao Va Chai pine forest

Lao Va Chai pine forest

Yen Minh pine forest spreads out across several kilometers over a low horizon of hills. Evergreen pine forests embrace peaceful valleys where it is cool all year round. For first-time visitors, it will feel like you are in Da Lat in the North with the endless pine trees, green meadows and wood houses and far, far away in the distance, the mountain ranges.

Flowers

Spring is the best season in the Dong Van karst plateau, when flowers run riot all over this rocky terrain. The whole area is generously painted with vibrant colors: light purple buckwheat flowers, pink peach blossoms, white prune and apricot flowers, yellow wild daisies…. All together they form a fierce burst of color creating a vivid and poetic picture.

Wild life

The sacred jungle of Tac Tang

The sacred jungle of Tac Tang

About 6km from the center of Ma Le commune, Tac Tang is a peaceful Giay village with a beautiful jungle where 7 ancient banyan trees mysteriously grow in a straight line. The locals believe the jungle are sacred and refrain from taking woods from it.

Snub-nosed monkey

Snub-nosed monkey

Khau Ca is the preservation area (Du Gia national park) for the golden snub-nosed monkey – the most endangered primate in the world. It has 140 entities (2016) which are being protected and cared for. You might want to take an experienced tour guide with you to win your slight chance of seeing these shy and cute animals.