Day 1: Ha Giang- Quan Ba- Yen Minh- Dong Van: (B,L,D)
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 journey of the first day uphill to Quan Ba that we can see many beautiful views of mountains, villages, ethnic minority people groups… as: The heaven gate in Tam Son, hiking around Quan Ba, visiting the Twins Hill, Nam Dam village of Dao ethnic. The lunch is served in Yen Minh town for some local and organic foods with your guide and driver.
We keep going to uphill to see the Rocky Highland and Karst Plateau along the way to Dong Van, the views are stunning and incredible of rocks in the mountains. Your guide also takes you to visit an ancient building that was built over a hundred years ago by Chinese style construction in Vuong King’s Palace who led about 70,000 of the H’Mong ethnic people in this area. Walking around the town at late afternoon to see the Old quarter area that Chinese traded goods with Vietnamese before.
Stay at a guest house and spend a night in this Highland.
Motorbike for this tour
Day 2: Dong Van- Lung Cu Flag Pole- Ma Pi Leng pass- Meo Vac: (B,L,D)
You take about an hour for driving to get to Lung Cu Flag Pole, it is the border area from Vietnam and China territory. The views are splendid and huge from the flag pole or observing point for looking out.
The Lunch is served on the way to Ma Pi Leng pass which is the most beautiful view in Vietnam from mountains. Between the cliffs, you can see a unique river- Nho Que. You can stay here for hours to spend the views and take photos.
In the late afternoon, you can walk around to see a daily market in Meo Vac town to see many kinds of goods that people selling there.
Today you will be here to stay at a guest house and join in a cooking class to learn how to cook some local dishes here.
Day 3: Meo Vac- Mau Due- Du Gia- Yen Minh- Ha Giang: (B, L, D)
After breakfast, you check out the room and the guide and driver take you on a new day to see many different kinds of views as lake for fishing, rice terraced fields, hiking in Du Gia and Mau Due villages of Dao and Tay ethnic minority people…