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Discover Ha Giang: An Exciting 4-Day Adventure Itinerary

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Embark on an exhilarating four-day adventure through the captivating landscapes of Ha Giang, Vietnam's northernmost province, with our meticulously crafted itinerary.

Designed for adventurous souls seeking thrills and cultural immersion, this journey takes you on a mesmerizing exploration of Ha Giang's rugged terrain, ancient traditions, and breathtaking vistas.


Day 1: Ha Giang City to Yen Minh


Start your day with an early breakfast in Ha Giang City before hitting the road. As you head north on QL4C, the scenery transforms into a picturesque landscape with limestone mountains covered in lush forests.

Before long, you'll reach the Dong Van Karst Plateau, a UNESCO Global Geopark.

Embark on an adventure to the Heaven's Gate Pass, where you'll witness breathtaking vistas and challenge yourself with the rugged roads. This is a unique opportunity for first-time visitors to Ha Giang.

From Heaven's Gate Pass to Tam Son, you'll arrive in a town surrounded by rolling hills, perfect for lunch. Indulge in traditional Northern Vietnamese cuisine and sip on a flavorful Vietnamese coffee.


After refueling, continue on QL4C towards Yen Minh. The road follows the scenic Mien River before crossing a high mountain pass. Speed through the limestone plateau and mountain passes before reaching Yen Minh, where you can rest at a local hotel for the night.

Day 2: Vietnam-China Border


Enjoy a hot bowl of pho for breakfast before heading towards Dong Van via QL4C to the northeast. The road climbs rapidly amidst towering trees, revealing a surreal world of eroded limestone mountains and awe-inspiring vistas at every turn.

The Nine Turns Pass (Chin Khoanh Pass) offers a fantastic stop to admire the winding roads cascading down into the valley below. Take a break in the Sà Phìn area to grab some snacks and refuel.


After approximately 3 hours, you'll arrive at the Flagpole at Lung Cu. The 360-degree views of the Vietnam-China border are worth the visit. Back on QL4C, enjoy the scenic drive back to Dong Van, where you'll spend the night. Explore the local market in the evening and witness the colorful traditional attire of ethnic minorities.

Day 3: Dong Van Pass and Ma Pi Leng


This is the highlight of your journey, traversing what's considered one of the most spectacular roads in Vietnam. From Dong Van to Ma Pi Leng Pass, the valley floor seems a world away as you navigate through majestic peaks and dramatic mountain passes.

The only dilemma is how many times to stop for photos amidst the poetic landscapes.

Mèo Vạc, just 24 km from Dong Van, offers a glimpse into its ancient town with vibrant colors. Enjoy lunch in this quaint town before continuing your journey.


For a quicker loop, take a left from QL4C at the end of Ma Pi Leng Pass onto the 193A side road. Although short, this route offers closer views of the winding Nho Que River below.

End the day in Bao Lam, where you'll stay in a welcoming village. Relax amidst the remote scenery and prepare for the journey back to Ha Giang in the morning.

Day 4: Return to Ha Giang City


Start your final day with a simple breakfast and pack some snacks for the journey back to Ha Giang. From Bao Lam, take QL34 towards the southwest, heading back to Ha Giang. The road mostly follows the Gam River, offering an interesting journey along the valley floor.

Make a stop in Bac Me to enjoy a meal at one of the local eateries. As you near the city, fewer towns will dot the landscape.


Return to Ha Giang City and indulge in modern conveniences after four days of adventure.

Useful Tips:

- What to Expect: Experience traveling through the northernmost region of Vietnam, embracing the lack of modern amenities outside Ha Giang City. Remember to carry enough cash as ATMs are scarce.

- How to Experience This Journey: Day and night buses frequently depart from My Dinh Bus Station in Hanoi to Ha Giang.

Private tour companies and contracted buses can also be found online or through travel agencies in the capital.

- Renting Motorbikes: If arriving in Ha Giang by bus, you may need motorbikes to explore various attractions.

Motorbike rentals are easily available in Ha Giang City at Honda and Kawasaki service centers.

- Road Conditions and Safety: While most roads on this route are in good condition, obstacles and construction may arise unexpectedly.

Drive cautiously around bends, stick to daytime driving, and avoid driving at night for safety.

Embark on this adventure and immerse yourself in the raw beauty of Ha Giang's landscapes, culture, and people.

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