Ha Giang

Ha Giang is the northernmost province in the North, famous for its majestic mountainous terrain. In recent years, Ha Giang has become one of the most attractive tourist destinations on the S-shaped strip of land. The climate has many temperate shades and topography divided into three central regions (high rocky mountains, high soil mountains, and lowlands) created unique scenes in Ha Giang. The northern highland of Ha Giang is a steep, craggy, rugged rocky terrain hidden in silver clouds, creating exciting and enchanting landscapes for travelers who love to take risks. The western highland is a hymn of improvised, terraced fields that easily touch the heart of a traveler from afar. The low mountains are again adorned by strips of old forest interspersed with relatively flat valleys, located along rivers and streams. Living among the majestic and poetic landscape are 22 ethnic groups, with customs and traditions, traditional culture and festivals rich in identity, lively, such as the Spring festival of the H 'people. Mong people and the Dao ethnic group, to celebrate the new home of the Lo Lo people, the fire festival of the Pa Cardn. Coming to Ha Giang, you should not miss the peak of Tay Con Linh covered with clouds all year round as it is considered the roof of Northeast Vietnam. Dong Van rock plateau is a global geological park, where Quan Ba ​​heaven gate opens into a fairy-tale place; Lung Cu flagpole is the northernmost sacred point of the Fatherland; or Khau Vai love market with attachment to colors. The journey to Ha Giang is a journey of challenging courage by having to overcome high passes and abysses. But it will also be one of the most memorable trips in the life of any tourist.

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