Ha Giang is a newly explored destination that has been open to tourism for only a few years. ,,With a population of just over 700,000 people, this is one of Vietnam’s poorest places, and it shows—not because it is decrepit or run-down, but just the opposite—not being reliant on a strong economy has kept the area pristine and preserved, virtually untouched by the harmful effects of mass tourism and big industries.,,The region boasts nature as you have probably never seen it. Massive limestone walls, granite outcrops everywhere, hanging valleys, rice terraces climbing to the clouds, and winding roads carved into the mountainsides.,,This alone sounds like a great adventure, but combined with the ubiquitous presence of the local hill tribes—mostly proud Black Hmong—this experience is a "must-do" on any Vietnam itinerary.
Pre- departure day
If you travel from Hanoi or other destinations like Cao Bang, Sapa, or Ha Long, We will travel on the van in the afternoon, check-in our hotel in Ha Giang City for the night before starting the adventure on Day 1.
Day 1 : Hagiang - Quan Ba ( B , L , D )
Our guide will meet you at your hotel in Ha Giang around 9 am, then we will walk to our office to start our motorbike practice. After putting on our gears, we will start working on your understanding of Vietnam traffic and practice some basic bike skills on the road to make your coming trip safe and fun. During this practice, you will go around Ha Giang, experience some nice roads, bad roads, paved roads. We will try to give you a heads-up of what will come on your trip. Our guide will, at the end of the session, advise if you should use an automatic, semi-automatic, or you should not ride for your safety. ,,Lunch will be served after this session around 12. A trip briefing will be provided by our guide after lunch to head off to our Dao homestay in Nam Dam, Quan Ba District. Your journey is through beautiful valleys and villages. During the ride, we will have plenty of stops for photos and to rest. Sunset would be on top of Lung Khuy Cave before we check-in our homestay in Nam Dam. After dinner at the homestay, spend a quiet mountain night in the heart of Nam Dam Village.
Day 2 : Quan Ba - Dong Van ( B , L , D )
After breakfast at our homestay, we'll pack up the bikes then set off for the next part of our adventure.,,We'll stop in one of the many picturesque villages we pass through today, called Lung Tam. It's a Hemp Linen making village where we will watch how it’s made from A-Z. Try your hand a rolling out the cloth—you'll be surprised how much balance and strength it takes!,,After passing through a shortcut over a mountain, we'll stop in Yen Minh for lunch. After lunch, we'll continue on to a guest favorite 50km to the border between Vietnam and China. a stop by the Hmong Opium King's house will give you some ideas of the richest man in the area. We continue to check out the Extreme North Point hopefully on a nice clear day we can see some Chinese towns on the other side.,,After checking in our hotel in Dong Van, dinner will again include lots of happy water if you are of drinking age and wish to partake.,,We highly recommend planning your trip to pass through Dong Van on Sunday, when the villagers host their weekly highland market. It's not only a chance for locals to buy and sell goods and livestock but it's highly anticipated as a weekly social gathering.
Day 3 : Dong Van - Ma Phi Leng Pass - Meo Vac - Du Gia ( B , L , D )
Tour Inclusive :
* Support transport by A/C minivan or bus, truck for group
* Trek MTB & helmets, spare parts, aid kits, tool kits
* Entrance fees
* B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner as mentioned in the tour itinerary
* For daily cycling only: Water, snacks, fresh fruits, wet towels
*Accommodation in tour - 3 nights
* Experienced English-speaking bike guides
Tour Exclusive :
* Travel insurance
* Other personal expenses
* Tips for guides and drivers
* Drinks at restaurants
* Accommodation in Hanoi
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