Ha Giang has been rapidly solidifying its touristy status as one of the top favorite places to visit in the north of Vietnam.
If you like cool climate and also a nature lover, Ha Giang needs to be in your travel bucket list in Vietnam.
That you might not know, Ha Giang is commonly compared and mentioned to be the “Dalat of the northern Vietnam”, thanks to its natural cooling weather surrounded by scenes of hills and mountains.
Ha Giang is namely to be a province located in the northeast region of Vietnam. It is located in the far north of the country, right at the northernmost point. Sharing a 270km long border side by side with Yunnan province of southern China, this is commonly known as Vietnam’s final frontier. Spanning an area of 7,945.8 square kilometres, the province has less than a million of citizens living there. As of the 2008 official report, the population stood at 705,100.
The best time to visit Ha Giang is from September to November – when the weather is not too hot or not too warm, but rather cool and comfortable to move around.
Among other favorite sceneries, the long bending roads surrounded by tall mountains are usually the sight to behold. If you are up to the challenge, you can even row a boat in Nho Que river and visit the local villages to explore their rural lifestyle and culture.
View more photos of stunning Ha Giang below: