Why Ha Giang ?
Ha Giang is the northernmost part of Vietnam and shares the border with China. Unlike the lush green mountains of the rest of Vietnam. The mountains in Ha Giang are comparatively barren and rocky, although it is rich in graphite, limestone and forests providing lumber. The valleys and mountain passes of this area are the principal tourist attractions, including the famous Quan Ba Valley with Heaven's Gate. The sheer mountain cliffs of Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark and the sun-kissed terrace fields in Hoang Su Phi among places offer the most captivating scenes of terraced rice in Vietnam. Ma Pi Leng Pass, one of the four longest and most challenging pass of Vietnam showcase intriguing emerald Nho Que River winding around the idyllic limestone peaks. Ha Giang is famous for its handwoven textiles and traditional cultural celebrations in some local market like Dong Van Sunday Market.