Ha Giang Travel Guide

Nearly 300 km from Hanoi, Ha Giang is a province in the Northwestern mountainous region of Vietnam. People in Ha Giang are mostly ethnic minorities such as H’mong, Tay, Dao, etc.

Ha Giang is not only beautiful because of the spectacular mountains range, endlessly winding roads, but it is also impressed by the flowers and the love of people. In addition, Ha Giang always makes a highlight with the colorful villages hidden behind the majestic hills. Ha Giang will bring visitors a sense of tranquillity of people and freshness of nature.

How to get to Ha Giang from Hanoi?

By bus

The bus is an affordable and comfortable way to travel to Ha Giang, which only takes about 8 hours. There are several buses leaving My Dinh Bus Station every day, but we recommend taking the night bus so that you can make the most of your day to explore Ha Giang. You can choose one of the most reputable bus companies such as Hung Thanh, Bang Phan, Quang Nghi, Hai Van with the fare being less than 10$.

By private car

The most convenient way to get to Ha Giang, especially when you are traveling with your family, is by private car. In Hanoi, you can easily rent a car with a private driver from a travel agent, which costs about $100 or above. Going with a driver provides you with safety and flexibility as you may not be familiar with mountainous roads and you can stop to eat or take photos anytime you want.

By motorbike

If you are an adventurer, you can travel to Ha Giang by motorbike. The 300-kilometer ride from Ha Noi will bring you a feeling of refreshment. However, riding a motorbike to Ha Giang can be exhausting so you need to consider your physical endurance. Also, start your trip early in the morning as some mountain roads are quite dangerous and poorly illuminated when it gets dark.

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