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September through to November is a good time to visit this remote province, with cooler temperatures. In November, Ha Giang is hugely popular during the Buckwheat Flower Festival. April to June is pleasant and warm, July and August can be very hot with regular monsoons.
The small city of Ha Giang is the gateway to the province, and approximately 300km from Hanoi. Buses run day and night from the capital, ranging from sleepers to smaller VIP mini-vans. Depending on the vehicle and driver, the journey there takes around six hours. Public transport around Ha Giang Province is limited. Experienced drivers can rent a motorcycle in town. Another option is to book a tour either on the back of a motorbike or by private car.
– Hat or cap, sun cream, camera, cash in Vietnam Dong
Source: Ha Giang | Vietnam Tourism
7h30 AM: After breakfast, we take you to the road up to the hill and stop at Quan Ba Heaven Gate. You visit Lung Tam linen village which produces handmade linen products.
11h30: Approaching Yen Minh for lunch, then heading to Pho Cao with spectacular Dong Van Karst Plateau UNESCO Global Geopark
14h00: You visit the Mansion of Vuong family who was the leader of all the ethnic people there. The so – called King of H’Mong people Vuong Chinh Duc, then visit the North Pole of Lung Cu with huge flag tower. You arrive Dong Van, check in and have dinner and overnight there.
7h30: After breakfast, we drive to Ma Pi Leng – the highest pass in Northern Vietnam then visit Meo Vac with marvelous Karst Plateau, have lunch at Yen Minh.
15h00: Coming back to Good Morning Ha Giang Inn to refresh and be ready for Hanoi.