Hoang Su Phi Ha GiangHa Giang, Vietnam
Hoang Su Phi Ha Giang, a mountainous district of Ha Giang province is located in the Northeast region of Vietnam. Hoang Su Phi district covers an area of 629 km², offering some of the most beautiful off the beaten track holidays in northern Vietnam. Options include Hoang Su Phi hiking, trekking homestay, mountain biking, car […]
Hoang Su Phi Ha Giang, a mountainous district of Ha Giang province is located in the Northeast region of Vietnam. Hoang Su Phi district covers an area of 629 km², offering some of the most beautiful off the beaten track holidays in northern Vietnam. Options include Hoang Su Phi hiking, trekking homestay, mountain biking, car trips, and scooter, motorbike tours.
Hoang Su Phi district is divided into 1 township and 24 communes including Vinh Quang, Ban Luoc, Ban May, Ban Nhung, Bam Peo, Ban Phung, Chien Pho, Dan Van, Ho Thau, Nam Son, Nang Don, Nam Dich, Nam Khoa, Nam Ty, Ngam Dang Vai, Po Lo, Po Ly Ngai, San Xa Ho, Ta Su Choong, Tan Tien, Thang Tin, Then Chu Phin, Thong Nguyen, Tu Nhan, and Tung San.
When to go
Climatically, Ha Giang province has two seasons, dry and monsoon, dependent on the altitude of the region. The two northern Indochinese climatic zones on the border influence the climate in that part of the province. The lower areas in the province comprise low hills, the Lo River Valley and the town of Ha Giang. In Cao Bo district, dry season lasts from mid-September until the end of May, and the balance period of the year is the rainy season. However, in Du Gia district the wet season sets in one month earlier.
The average annual temperature in Hoang Su Phi is 22.78 °C (73.00 °F); the monthly averages range from a low of 15.48 °C (59.86 °F) in January to a high of 27.88 °C (82.18 °F) in July. The annual rainfall in Hoang Su Phi is 2,430.1 millimetres (95.67 in); the monthly average varies from a low of 31.5 millimetres (1.24 in) in December to a high of 515.6 millimetres (20.30 in) in July. The average annual humidity level is 84%. More about Vietnam weather.
Getting to Hoang Su Phi
The best way to get to Hoang Su Phi from Hanoi is to rent a car with driver. You will be picked up at your place in Hanoi and brought to Ha Giang city. From there, take either local bus or motor-taxi to Hoang Su Phi. Those who are on budget can take a public bus at My Dinh bus station in Hanoi. Hanoi Ha Giang city bus journey takes about 6-8 hours on road. There are both overnight buses and day buses from Hanoi to Ha Giang city.
Booking a guided tour (with a tour guide) is highly recommended, especially when you travel to an off the beaten path destination like Hoang Su Phi Vietnam.
What to do and see
There are plenty of hiking opportunities in and around Hoang Su Phi district. Discover the jungles, mountains and hill tribes around Hoang Su Phi Ha Giang on a hill tribe trek. Whether it is a single or multi day trek we have something to suit everybody. Maybe you just want to trek through the jungle or maybe you really want to get away from the crowds we have something to suit.
Hoang Su Phi is surrounded by mountains, rice fields and luxuriant forest. Cycling in Hoang Su Phi to discover Vietnam’s hidden places. Hoang Su Phi has some great roads offering some fantastic rides for enthusiastic mountain bikers. We have a range of road and mountain bike tours around Hoang Su Phi and the region of Ha Giang, northeast Vietnam providing options for both those who want some mountainous challenges and those who prefer long flat rides.