From USD 972 p/p
North Vietnam tours: The spectacular landscape and fascinating ethnic minority cultures of northern Vietnam make this tour to Ha Giang province along the Chinese border a good choice for photographers.
After breakfast, our driver and tour guide will pick you up from your hotel. Drive to Ha Giang, a province in the far north of Vietnam.
Your route will take you through mountainous landscape and striking scenery. Upon arrival at Tuyen Quang, you’ll visit the 15th century Mac Dynasty Citadel and a market nearby. After lunch at a local restaurant, you will head towards a small town in Ha Giang to spend the night in the Thanh Ha Lodge. You’ll arrive and check in with time to relax in a pool of hot spring water or wander to the peaceful villages nearby.
After breakfast, you’ll visit the small communities of Quan Ba, Yen Minh and Dong Van, some of the most picturesque villages in the northern tip of Vietnam.
After lunch, a scenic route will take you to the Ma Li Leng Pass from where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Nho Que River and enjoy the wonderful sightseeing of this vast limestone mountain range and perpendicular walls of rock, which brings one a feeling of adventure whilst being lost in the rocky highlands. You might see one of the northeast’s stunning sunsets. Finally, after your busy day, you’ll arrive at Meo Vac in the late afternoon where you’ll spend the night.
Meo Vac – Dong Van – Ha Giang
After breakfast and brief visit to Meo Vac local market, you’ll return to Yen Minh via a different scenic route and then to Bac Me in Cao Bang Province.
Your lunch will be arranged in a local restaurant in Quan Ba Town. From there, you’ll travel back to Ha Giang and then to Bac Me arriving in the afternoon.
After checking into your accommodation, you might consider wandering to a nearby Tay ethnic minority group on the outskirts of the town to see the daily life of the local people.
A morning drive will take you through three passes en-route. The scenery is spectacular and the road runs along the sides of the mountains. You’ll have lunch in a small town and, in the afternoon, you’ll arrive in Cao Bang town to check in to a hotel.
Cao Bang From Above
After breakfast, you’ll visit the Ban Gioc Waterfall on the China-Vietnam border, 85km from Cao Bang, passing through attractive scenery en-route.
Ban Gioc is one of the largest and possibly the most impressive waterfalls of Vietnam. After a picnic lunch, you’ll visit Nguom Ngao, one of the largest caves in the area. It has many fascinating shapes and formations of stalactites. From there, you’ll head back to Cao Bang with time to relax before dinner and your overnight stay.
Ban Gioc Waterfall – Cao Bang
In the morning, you’ll return to Hanoi on a route that takes you though historic passes to Lang Son. It includes a pause en-route to explore a local market in the city centre and wander around this border city.
Your lunch will be in a local restaurant in Lang Son. After lunch, about three hour drive will take you back to Hanoi. End of tour.
Lang Son Market
Prices are in USD, per person.
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