This two-day tour takes you to the most spectacular area of the Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark’s limestone mountain ranges and terraced paddy fields. This journey is ideal for those who enjoy adventurous excursions, prefer natural settings, and want to learn about hill tribe customs. Photographers will love it.
Day 1: Ha Giang city, Heaven’s Gate, Lung Tam village, Yen Minh, Hmong King’s Palace, Dong Van
You’ll meet your guide and rider here at 8:30 a.m. The path ascends Bac Sum Pass and Heaven Gate through beautiful and quiet scenery. A wonderful way to start the day. The Vietnamese countryside, as well as beautiful vistas such as the twin mountains and the small village of Tam Son, will undoubtedly be encountered. You pass via Chin Khoanh Pass on your way to Dong Van. This tour will take you across Vietnam’s vast natural beauty and stunning settings. The Dong Van rock plateau is an important geological heritage landscape in Vietnam.
There are endless rice fields, thousands of limestone stones, and breathtaking views in this location. It also allows you to see the daily life of hill tribal villages where residents work the land, which is a great way to get to know and engage with the locals. Then we’ll visit Sa Phin’s Hmong King’s Palace, which is also a Vuong family home. We’ll head to Dong Van for a traditional Vietnamese supper and live music after a day of calm touring.
Day 2 Dong Van Town – Ma Pi Leng Pass – Meo Vac – Yen Minh – Ha Giang City
After finishing our breakfast, we leave Dong Van towards the journey’s high point, the Ma Pi Leng Pass. It is highly recognized for its stunning views and is sometimes referred to as the “king” of Vietnam’s passes, reaching an elevation of 2,000 meters at its highest point. This will be a memory you’ll never forget, with a view of the entire valley and beautiful vistas of the Nho Que river.
To return to Yen Minh, take another road just past the pass. This road will take you through stunning countryside. From Yen Minh, the road returns you to Ha Giang City.
Throughout the voyage, you will encounter a variety of cultures and hill tribes, including the Hmong of Ha Giang province. Their stunning ensembles are immediately identifiable. The stunning scenery, enthralling country life, and endearing culture will all have an impact on you. Overall, the tour is a rewarding one that will leave you with lasting memories.