The final frontier in the North of Vietnam, Ha Giang province, is an amazing landscape of granite outcrops and limestone pinnacles. This province is literally beautiful all year round and famous for peaches, plums, canola flowers, and rock plateau. Less frequented by tourists, Ha Giang still retains its pristine beauty.
As the home to ethnic minorities, mainly concentrating around the Dong Van Karst Global Geopark, Ha Giang’s culture and lifestyles are diversifying. Here, you will see many fantastic mountainous scenery over the whole area and encounter some of the most rugged and grand landscapes. Ha Giang is best experienced as the roat trip on motorbikes, thereby soaking up the majesty of the atmosphere and landscape of the minority villages and remote towns.