Ha Giang 6 days 5 nights – Day Bus

Vietnam is a country that’s as varied as the palettes of its great Renaissance artists


Hagiang  is a country that’s as varied as the palettes of its great Renaissance artists, awash with color and culture. Lose yourself in the green rolling hills of Tuscany, bathed in the orange glow of the setting sun, and sip a succulent limoncello while taking in the sapphire surf of the sea. Marvel at the fantastical cream-colored figures of the Trevi Fountain, and relax at a neighborhood trattoria with a ruby-red glass of the country’s best Chianti. This isn’t a place where you go to vacation – this is a place where you go to live.

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Ha Giang 2 days 1 night – Sleeping bus

Day 1 : Hanoi – Thong Nguyen                                          L/D

07:00 Depart Hanoi for Ha giang by car and our first stop is at the tiny village in Thong Uyen , home to Dao and H’mong people. This offers us ample opportunities to meet the locals going about their way of life. As the day progresses, we drive to various walking trails surrounded by magical hills and beautiful villages. Around sunset, we arrive at the township of Ha Giang. Here, we have some free time to capture the tranquil pace of life before our dinner is prepared in a local restaurant.

After dessert we retire to our homestay for the night in a traditional wooden stilt house.

Day 2: Thong nguyen –  Ha Giang – Quan Ba                           B/L/D

Beautiful hiking trails and villagers greet us at Quan Ba. The terrain features verdant and small hillocks, seasonal farmlands and is home to Dao and Tay people.

During our hike we take time to meet the locals going about their day. We head down the mountain and find Dong Van, a beautiful town surrounded by impressive rock formations.

Here, we stay overnight in a charming hotel.

Day 3: Quan Ba –  Dong Van                                B/L/D

The hike for today is through remote and beautiful countryside of Dong Van where we pass through several villages along tracks used by the local people.

We are rewarded with a brilliant backdrop of picturesque valleys covered in rice paddies. The H’mong and Hoa people, who are the local ethnic minorities, exhibit their friendliness through their colorful clothing and warm hospitality.

Later we return to the hotel in Dong Van

Day 4:  Dong Van – Meo Vac                          B/L/D


We drive the scenic journey up through rugged outcrops to the beautiful town of Meo Vac. Set amongst towering mountains, Meo Vac is home to some H’mong and Hoa farming families.

The scenery up here is breathtakingly beautiful. As the sun sets, we descend due south to Quan Ba where we stay overnight in a traditional wooden stil-house.

Day 5 : Meo Vac – Du Gia                                     B/L/D

  Depart from Meo Vac town to Du Gia, On the way,Tourists constantly encountered plots of land on the gentle slopes of the valley, overlooking the valley to see the glittering sun on the colorful terraces.

You follow the guide to visit villages of Tay and Hmong people by motorcycle – where known as the Fairy Village – famous for the beauty of nature, wild with majestic mountains and rivers, cloudy pass where anyone come here also have to admit. And especially people are extremely hospitable and friendly.

Day 6 : Du gia- Ha giang– Hanoi                                           B/L

After a local breakfast we take a relaxing hike into a nearby village with a very lively market. Here, the Dao, Tay and H’mong people exchange their locally made arts and crafts.

Those who relish an energetic hike have one more chance to take a short trek into the mountains while others can stroll peacefully around the village.

This is followed by our return journey to Hanoi, arriving around 6pm.


Trip Included

  • Big A/C bus with comfortable seats and experienced driver
  • 2 Bottles of water, tissues, snack/2 ways
  • Professional English-speaking tour guides
  • Meals as 3 lunches, 2 dinners, 2 breakfasts
  • All entrance tickets to indicated sites and accommodation in Ha Giang
  • Insurance during the time on bus

Trip excludes

  • Beverages, travel insurance, VAT, personal expenses
  • Others not clearly mentioned above


  • Warm clothes, scarf, hat, cap due to the weather is pretty unpredictable. It is normally cold in September, October, November, December, January, February and March
  • Trekking shoes, sun glasses, sun cream, insect repellent, cash in Vietnam Dong (US Dollar, Euro, Australia Dollar are accepted)
  • Homestay’s facilities are not as in hotel in Ha Giang.
  • Keep contact with The First Travel to get support any time.
  • Kid of 3 will be charged 30% to cover for the tour
  • Kid of 6 will be charged 75% to cover for the tour


Most tours are customized for private travel according to your preferences and dates.

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