The pristine and majestic scenery of the rocky plateau and the rich national culture make Ha Giang a destination that captivates domestic and international tourists.
As the northernmost province of the country, Ha Giang is favored by nature with natural landscapes with cat ears cliffs spread across the mountain slopes or winding, winding roads. The clear green Nho Que River flowing between the lofty cliffs is a familiar check-in place for Vietnamese and international tourists every time they come to Ha Giang.
The natural scenery of the rocky plateau attracts the desire to explore and challenge the self of many tourists who love to “move”. Experiencing the challenging road at Ma Pi Leng, riding a motorbike in the middle of a thousand and breathing the fresh air is a memorable experience for many visitors.
Located on the top of Lung Cu, Lung Cu Flagpole National Historic Site is a sacred symbol of sovereignty. For each visitor, being able to set foot in the northernmost point of the country, touching the 54m2 wide national flag, symbolizing 54 ethnic groups, is a dream and pride.
Quan Ba Twin Mountain, also known as Co Tien Twin Mountain, is also a familiar destination for tourists when traveling. Two mountains are adjacent to each other in Tam Son valley, Quan Ba district associated with many legends handed down by ethnic people. Coming to Quan Ba in September, enjoying seedless persimmon specialties and visiting the twin mountains of Co Tien is an interesting experience when coming to Ha Giang.
In the North in autumn, it is also the time when the terraced fields in the highlands of Hoang Su Phi are turning gold. In mid-September, the yellow color has “visited” the terraced fields in the communes of Thong Nguyen, Ta Su Chong, Nam Khoa, Ban Phung… The terraced fields not only create magnificent scenery but also prove it. for the development and identity of the local people.
In the early days of winter, Ha Giang is full of buckwheat flowers. Visitors to the rocky plateau at this time can admire the beautiful roads covered with buckwheat flowers.
The beauty of Ha Giang is not only located on the majestic roads or among the fields of buckwheat flowers, the simple and unspoiled Hmong villages also attract tourists. Lao Xa village is hidden on high rocky mountains, surrounded by rocky outcrops, not being commercialized, still keeping many traditional features of the ancient Mong people.
Coming to Lao Xa, visitors will encounter houses with yellow or red walls tinged with time. The pink color of peach blossoms, the white of plum blossoms or the immense yellow of canola flowers in these Mong villages attract many tourists.
The beauty of Ha Giang culture and tourism also lies in the Phong Luu Khau Vai Market held on March 27 of the lunar calendar every year. Phong Luu Khau Vai Market Festival is a famous love market in Ha Giang, meeting only once a year. This fair reproduces the values of cultural identity, imbued with the noble and beautiful traditions of ethnic minorities.
The tourist picture of Ha Giang that captivates visitors is also made up of traditional colorful festivals. The fire dance festival of the Pa Then people is spiritual, mysterious but full of humanity. This is an opportunity for the village to be happy, connected, and at the same time, bring a special cultural experience to visitors.
Besides nature, the people of Ha Giang are unique in attracting tourists. This place has a long-standing culture, is a place of cultural interference of 19 ethnic groups living in the area such as Mong, Dao, Tay, Nung …
The most beautiful time to Ha Giang is usually in October, November, and December. Ha Giang tourism experiences are diverse in nature, culture and people, which will fill the discovery journey of domestic and international tourists. .
Photo: Data from Ha Giang Department of Culture, Sports, and Tourism