Ha Giang Dong Van Day Hike

The Dong Van day trip starts from your hotel in Dong Van, and takes you to remote hill tribe villages of Dong Van, Ha Giang including Lung Lu, Po Lo, and Ma Tia.

Description

Ha Giang Dong Van Day Hike is designed for those who take a Ha Giang road trip at Lotussia Travel. The day tour is provided as an suggestion. The Dong Van day trip starts from your hotel in Dong Van, and takes you to remote hill tribe villages of Dong Van, Ha Giang including Lung Lu, Po Lo, and Ma Tia.

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Itinerary

At about 8.30 AM, picked up by our local guide at your hotel in Dong Van. Start trekking right from your hotel through the Old Quarter to visit the rammed earth houses which dated back to hundreds years. The hike goes uphill to Lung Lu and Po Lo villages. Make a stop to visit these village are inhabited by the H’mong ethnic group. Enjoy natural landscape while our guide explain about the ethnic culture. Make another stop around noon, in time for lunch.

In the afternoon, continue trekking to Ma Tia village. Arrive in the village, make another stop for the village’s discovery. Then keep walking until you get back to your hotel, in mid afternoon. End trip.

Dong Van Ha Giang

Dong Van is the northernmost district of Ha Giang province. This mountainous district is located in the rugged rocky plateau of north east Vietnam. Traveling to Dong Van Ha Giang you will have opportunity to admire the beautiful scenery and know more about the everyday life of local tribe people. One of major highlight is the Dong Van market. The market is open on Sunday morning. This is not only a market for trading, this is also a “social club” for different ethnic groups coming from different hill tribe villages in the region.

Additional Information

Tour Starts

Tour Ends

Dong Van Ha Giang

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Other Activities

Duration

Type of tour

Private tour

Availability

Lotussia Club Member, Upon Request

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