Ha Giang is a province that is often described as the final frontier or the northernmost area of Vietnam. The north part of Ha Giang forms a natural border with China which gives breathtaking scenery with dramatic and incredible mountain peaks of Dong Van Karst Plateau. The challenging Ma Pi Leng Pass attracts motorbike riders from all over the world with one of the most majestic landscapes in Vietnam. Moreover, the stunning rice terraces in Hoang Su Phi Valley are gaining more interest as one of the best trekking/hiking destinations in Vietnam. Since Ha Giang is further from Hanoi than the popular Sapa Town, it is not touched by the mass tourism yet. But things are changing quickly and you should get there soon if you want to have the off-the-beaten-path experience during your Vietnam private tour.
Located 300km from Hanoi, Ha Giang is a rocky plateau region famous for its majestic picturesque sceneries. Attracting tourists with glittering terraced fields throughout Hoang Su Phi, Ma Pi Leng's winding road is rugged but poetic. Tourists can pay a visit to Dong Van Plateau on the banks of Lo River, and bustling Khau Vai love market with hospitable people.