HA GIANG LOOP 03DAY 02NIGHT MOTORBIKE TOUR - HAGIANG BUFFALO TOUR
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Ride your motorbike bike out into the wilderness on this once in a lifetime adventure. You’ll do off-road northeast loop Vietnam in Ha Giang. The scenery of this trip is truly incredible and the region is extremely remoted and rarely visited by tourists. It is bikers paradise. You’ll have challenging ride on plenty of winding mountain roads in north Vietnam, If you are searching for the best off-road motorbike tours north Vietnam then this is the best choice.
7:30pm ( you can also leave at 10:00am bus & arrive at 4pm if you want ): Meeting at our hostel for departure by over night sleeper bus to Ha Giang city and We will arrive about 4:00am. The bus drop you off at our base in Hagiang city, Where We arrange you free bed of the first night in Hagiang. So you can take a rest, shower, then having breakfast before we tart to exploring the loop the next day.
Day 1. Ha Giang city - Quan Ba district - Can Ty commune (B-L-D)
After having breakfast, the group will depart from Hà Giang city to Quản Bạ district at 9 am, which is about 50km away. Along the winding road, you will enter the territory of the Dong Van Karst Plateau Global Geopark. Next, you will pass through the Bac Sum Pass, with the mountains on both sides of the road. You will make a stop at Heaven's Gate to rest, have coffee, and enjoy the scenery. At this location, the whole group will have the opportunity to take photos of the entire Tam Son town from above, as well as admire the Twin Mountains of Quản Bạ surrounded by green rice fields.
We will then move to Tam Son town for lunch. Afterward, the group will move together to Lùng Khúy village and start a hiking, with a total round trip distance of 4km, to visit the Lùng Khúy cave for about an hour. The next destination is the traditional weaving village of Lùng Tám, where you will learn about how the local H'mong people weave linen and make traditional clothing of the H'mong ethnic group. A few kilometers from the weaving village is the spot of Bát Đại Sơn, where you can once again admire the stunning beauty of Quản Bạ district. Around 4 pm, the group will arrive at the homestay in Cán Tỷ to drop off their belongings and walk about 2km to the Lonely Tree (Cay Co Don), which is approximately 250 years old.
In the evening, the group will enjoy a meal at the homestay, then have a rest and prepare for the next day of the journey.
Day 2. Can Ty - Tham Ma - H’mong King palace - Lung Cu - Nho Que - Dong Van (B-L-D)
After having breakfast, the group starts their journey from homestay Can Ty to Tham Ma, at 8am. Along the long uphill roads, the group stops to admire the scenery and check in at Tham Ma Pass - one of the most beautiful slopes in Vietnam, approximately 5km long, located on Highway 4C from Ha Giang city to Meo Vac, at an altitude of 1500m above sea level. Next, you will move an additional 20km, and you will stop at Vua Meo Mansion, which is over 100 years old and valued at over 150 billion VND. You will listen to the tour guide's stories about the history of the H'mong ethnic group and the legends of the Meo King Palace. After learning about the history of the Meo King family mansion, you will go to Lung Cu commune to reach Lung Cu Flag Tower - the northernmost point of the country, with over 400 steps to observe the largest flag in Vietnam and observe the view of the China border, about 3km away.
We will stop at Dong Van town for lunch, and then you will travel from Dong Van town to Ma Pi Leng Pass, about 18km away. To explore Tu San canyon, you will descend to the Nho Que River from the location of Ma Pi Leng Pass, which takes about 30 minutes. The boat tour on the Nho Que River will last for about 50 minutes.
In the evening, you will have dinner and enjoy music in Dong Van town.
3. Du Gia - Meo Vac - Mau Due - Thai An - Ha Giang (B-L)
After having breakfast in Dong Van town, we will return to Ma Pi Leng Pass to reach Meo Vac town, which is 4km away. Here, you can see the traditional houses of the H'mong ethnic people, built closely together, along with crafted stone gates. Connecting Meo Vac town and Mau Due commune is Sa Ly Pass, from there you can easily observe the M-shaped curve. Besides the picturesque mountains on both sides of the road, you can also see children from ethnic groups wearing traditional costumes, carrying baskets filled with food on their backs, and with bright smiles on their faces.
You will have lunch in Mau Due town. Afterwards, the group will visit Duong Thuong commune in Yen Minh district, a village that still retains its rustic and deserted charm, with vast cornfields on both sides of the road, which have been cultivated by the local people for generations. Then, there is a 30-kilometer journey from Duong Thuong commune to Thai An commune, following the path through Thuan Hoa commune to return to the city of Ha Giang.
The tour will end about 4:00-4:30pm in Hagiang city, then get ready for the bus heading back to Hanoi or travel to other cities.
Price and Inclusion: Our aim is to give you a quality tour and memory for life. To do so our tours might not be the cheapest your find in Ha giang, but as the saying goes "you pay for what you get".
Price includes (all-inclusive tour): 02 way sleeper bus from Hanoi and back in Hanoi ( Or finish in Sapa if you want ) - English Speaking Tour guide - All meals, as indicated in the itinerary (local Vietnamese food) - Accommodation (mix of ethnic minority homstay ) - Quality genuine japaness Motorcycles -All fuel cost - All entrance tickests and permits - Full or haft-helmet, protectice knee and elbown gear, basic rain clothes - Bungee cords and plastics cover for your bags - Free storage of excess luggage - Free dorm bed on arrival after overnight or day bus at our base in Hagiang city.
Price excludes - Gratuities and tips - Alcoholic beverages if not served on behafd of the third party like homestay - Personal expenses - Personal travel insurance.
Bring your passport with valid visa, good hiking shoes, insect repellent, swim-wear, sun-block, warm clothing in winter ( from Octorber to March ), a good camera and a headlamp or torch is always a good idea.