Ha Giang is beautiful all year round, each season brings a different look. Spring here is like a picture of the multicolored landscape. Bright red peach blossoms, pristine white plum blossoms, radiant yellow mustard flowers … People and nature blend the passionate hearts with emotions that never fade.
Spring comes, Ha Giang in the last days of February and the beginning of March lessens the harshness, the rocky mountains with the roads begin to be covered with flowers, there are paths of plum blossoms in white.
A house in Sung La valley (Dong Van) is surrounded by plum trees in full bloom.
Sung La Commune is a favorite destination for tourists, where there are friendly Mong people, many kinds of flowers such as plum, peach, triangular circuit …
In 2006, in the process of preparing for the movie “Story of Pao”, director Do Thanh Hai stopped at Lung Cam village (Sung La, Dong Van). Too impressed by an intact Mongolian house, nearly a hundred years old architecture, he chose this house as the main setting for his film.
A decades-old peach stump growing along the NH4C road in Trang Kem commune (Quan Ba) is in full bloom, with bright red flowers standing out in the white mist.
The early blooming rice flowers along NH4C create a poetic beauty when combined with the undulating mountains in the distance in Trang Kem commune (Quan Ba).
Spring is also the time when boys and girls of all ethnic groups wear the most beautiful clothes to go to highland markets to shop, have fun, find friends …
Located in the monsoon tropics and a high mountain, Ha Giang’s climate basically has the characteristics of the Viet Bac – Hoang Lien Son mountainous region, but also has its own characteristics, cooler and cooler than the eastern provinces. North, but warmer than the northwestern provinces.
The H’mong people in Ha Giang have the largest population, accounting for over 31% of the ethnic groups in the province, with two main groups, the White Mong and the Hoa Mong, living mainly in the northern districts: Quan Ba, Yen Minh, Dong Van, Meo Vac and two western districts of Hoang Su Phu, Xin Man. In the photo are the H’mong people in Xin Cai commune (Meo Vac).
The Hmong here are famous for their tradition of rock cultivation, rice, maize and other crops. Handicraft production of the Mong people reaches a fairly high level such as weaving, knitting, furniture making, forging …
Plum blossoms blooming white like snowflakes along the NH4C road.
Ha Giang is famous for its rocky plateau terrain spread across four districts: Dong Van, Quan Ba, Yen Minh, and Meo Vac recognized as a Global Geopark in 2010. Recently, tourism development, there are certain developments in some landscapes such as “Tu San Alley”, Ma Pi Lèng Pass …
This is one of the special limestone areas, containing typical marks of the history of the development of the Earth’s crust, natural phenomena, unique aesthetic landscapes, and high biodiversity. In the photo is the majestic “Tu San valley” with a height of nearly 1km. Tu San Alley is the deepest canyon in Southeast Asia, offering a unique view of the Dong Van rocky plateau.
The multi-storey mountain pass climbing at an altitude of less than a thousand meters is also a specialty of this land. In the photo is a winding road at an altitude of about 800m connecting from Xin Cai commune to Thuong Phung, Son Vi.
The streets full of flowers of Ha Giang in springtime.