Most motorbike riders in Ha Giang have small scooters, however, a manual bike is much better as it gives you more power options and better suspension as well as a braking system
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Discover Du Gia – A “fairyland” in Ha Giangcanomi
The route towards Du Gia Commune in Vietnam’s northernmost Ha Giang Province charmingly curves with one side the mountains and the other an abyss. Seventy kilometers from Ha Giang’s eponymous capital and ...
Discover Ha Giang Loop in 3 dayscanomi
Information from Vision Travel Tour description This tour will take you through the awe-inspiring panoramas of Ha Giang and Dong Van, travelling along the mountain hugging Ma Pi Leng Pass ...
The Complete Guide for Ha Giang Loop (2021)canomi
In this post we will look at how to do the Ha Giang motorbike loop including what to pack and of course, what to do in Ha Giang.
The Ha Giang Loop road trip: the itinerary of a 4-day tourcanomi
The Ha Giang Loop is a dream come true for adventure travelers craving the open road. Pack your gear, charge your batteries, and prepare for an adventure.
Off the beaten track: 3-day spring travel in Vietnam’s northern mountainscanomi
Spring blankets Ha Giang Province’s mountain paths with the light pink of peach blossoms and the vibrant yellow of cabbage flowers.
Age is but a number: sexagenarians make transnational motorbike tripcanomi
After mulling over the idea for years, Truong An and her family finally left on an 18-day motorbike tour across the country in early February.
Bauhinia flowers cast a spell over northern mountainous regioncanomi
March is a nice time of year to visit the northwest of Vietnam when the beautiful Bauhinia season peaks, painting the region white.
Periwinkle flowers in full bloom in Mekong Deltacanomi
In March periwinkle flowers bloom in pink and white in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang, home to Tra Su Mangrove Forest and famous Ba Chua Xu Lady Temple.
Forest peach casts northern Vietnam mountain in pinkcanomi
Blooming later than usual this year, forest peach blossoms cover Mau Son Mountain in Lang Son Province on the China border.