Recommended For You - Ha Giang Loop

Ha Giang Trails 3 Days 2 Nights
This 3-Day tour is the ultimate Ha Giang trekking experience. You’ll get to see spectacular views from places like Pu Lo and Ma Pi Leng, and visit various ethnic villages to get a closer look at rural Vietnamese culture and way of life
Type of tour: PRIVATE
Departures: DAILY
From: $ 350
Ha Giang Motorbike Tour 4 days 3 nights
Ha Giang is known as the border province between China and Vietnam and the home of several ethnic minorities. With 17 ethnic groups living in this remote area
Type of tour: PRIVATE
Departures: DAILY
From: $ 199
Ha Giang Loop 2 Days 1 Night
Join in an incredible experience through Ha Giang, an untouched land rich of traditions and ethnic minorities. This 2-day Ha Giang Loop tour is fit for everyone, it starts from Ha Giang City and will be arranged for a maximum of 8 people.
Type of tour: GROUP
Departures: 2 DAYS 1 NIGHT
From: $ 149
Ha Giang Adventure 4 Days 3 Nights
This Ha Giang Adventure tour through Ha Giang takes you to all the best and most jaw-ping natural sights, perfect for those looking for the premier photography spots in Vietnam
Type of tour: PRIVATE
Departures: DAILY
From: $ 281

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One of the ways to do Ha Giang Loop

One of the ways to do Ha Giang Loop

Acquired its reputation for being Vietnam’s Northernmost point as well as owning stunning landscape that is hard to be found elsewhere in Vietnam, Hagiang has become a prominent tourist attraction that attracts thousands of avid travelers every year come to this mountainous land.
 

Must-see destinations in Ha Giang

Must-see destinations in Ha Giang

Located in the Northernmost part of Vietnam, Ha Giang, also known as “Vietnam’s final frontier”, has acquired its reputation for its distinctive topography with thousands of limestone peaks

The Smallest Ethnic Groups of Vietnam

The Smallest Ethnic Groups of Vietnam

Vietnam is an incredibly diverse country, with as many as 54 distinct ethnic groups being recognized by the Vietnamese government. These groups range in size from the tens of millions to only a few hundred, and it can often be confusing to travellers at first which groups live where and at what places one can discover and learn about the smaller groups in particular.