Take this 4-day Ha Giang Rocky Plateau tour to visit the well-known destinations with breathtaking views such as Dong Van, Meo Vac, Ma Pi Leng pass in Ha Giang province and amazing Ba Be Lake in Bac Kan province. On the adventurous path in Northern Vietnam, use all of your sense to feel the unforgettable experiences of Mother Nature.
 

Tour Code: VTH 02
Duration: 4 Days/ 3 Nights
Tour Type: Adventure and Experience
Tour Categories: Ha Giang Tours, Vietnam Adventure Tours
Starts/ Ends: Hanoi / Hanoi
Tour Route: Hanoi – Ha Giang – Quan Ba – Dong Van – Meo Vac – Ma Pi Leng pass – Ha Giang – Ba Be Lake – Hanoi
Commencement Date: Anytime upon request
Customize Tour: Definitely! Tell us what you wish

Highlights of Ha Giang Rocky Plateau 4 Days:

  • Pristine and breathtaking Rocky Plateau
  • Get closer to the local life
  • Conquer the nature in Northern Vietnam
  • Relax at charming Ba Be Lake

BRIEF ITINERARY

Day 1: Hanoi – Ha Giang
Day 2: Ha Giang Trips: Quan Ba – Yen Minh – Lung Cu – Dong Van
Day 3: Dong Van – Ma Pi Leng Pass – Meo Vac – Bac Kan – Ba Be Lake
Day 4: Ba Be Lake – Hanoi

 
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Day 1: Hanoi – Ha Giang (L, D)

In the morning, you will be picked up by our guide and driver, and then we will depart from Hanoi to Ha Giang of around 7 hours. On the way, stop at some places to visit small villages and take photos. After the long drive, take a short walk around Ha Giang to visit a Tay and Nung village, set in a picturesque valley near town. Overnight in Ha Giang.

Ha Giang Rocky Plateau Tour 4 Days

Day 2: Ha Giang Trip: Quan Ba – Yen Minh – Lung Cu – Dong Van (B, L, D)

Travel to Quan Ba District in the morning, stop to visit the Bo Y minority village of wonderful weather around the year. Have lunch in Yen Minh town and take rest for an hour then continue the Ha Giang trip to Sa Phin village to explore the Former H’Mong King’s Palace.

H'mong Kings Palace in Ha Giang Rocky Plateau Tour

Keep traveling ahead to reach the Flag tower on the top of Lung Cu mountain, the border with China. Arrive in Dong Van district in the late afternoon, take a short rest and walk around the ancient town of Dong Van, have dinner in the town. Overnight in Dong Van.

Lung Cu Flag Tower Ha Giang Rocky Plateau Tour

Day 3: Dong Van – Ma Li Peng Pass – Meo Vac – Bac Kan – Ba Be Lake (B, L, D) 

If your trip falls on Sunday, take this chance to visit Dong Van ethnic market, where all kinds of goods and multi-colored clothes can be purchased. The locals here still retain their traditional lifestyle of remote minority tribes. After hanging around the Sunday market, leave Dong Van and travel along the Nho Que River and go through Ma Li Peng pass which is considered as the most beautiful pass in Vietnam.

Ma Li Peng Pass Ha Giang Rocky Plateau Tour

Arrive in Meo Vac after two hours later. Have a short nap before driving to Ba Be Lake. Tonight enjoy dinner and traditional drink at homestay together with the nice river views. Overnight at homestay in Pac Ngoi village.

Day 4: Ba Be Lake – Hanoi (B, L)

After breakfast, take a boat trip on Ba Be Lake, the largest lake in Vietnam which has a water area around 500ha, spreading over 8km. Discover Puong Cave, the gorgeous caves in Ba Be National Park, and then take the boat to Dau Dang waterfall. While waiting for the lunch served in Minority restaurant, pay a visit to Dau Dang waterfall. After lunch, sit on the boat back to Pac Ngoi village then drive back to Hanoi (240 km). Arrive in Hanoi at noontime. Tour ends.

Ba Be Lake Ha Giang Rocky Plateau Tour

What’s Included?

  • Transfer and tour by private A/C Car or Van
  • Accommodation upon your request
  • Meal as indicated in the itinerary (03 Breakfasts, 04 Lunches, 3 Dinners)
  • English speaking guide (Other languages upon requests)
  • Private boat trip in Babe lake
  • Entrance fees and permits during guided time
  • Water on day trek (01 bottle of water/day)

What’s Excluded?

  • International flight ticket
  • Airport tax
  • Visa and visa fee
  • Own expenses
  • Others not mentioned
 

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