Hoang Su Phi Hiking Tour 6D5N
Ha Giang is a remote province in northeastern Vietnam, known for its stunning scenery, unique ethnic minority cultures, and challenging trekking trails. This 6-day trekking trip will take you through some of the most beautiful and remote parts of Ha Giang, including the Heaven Gate of Nam Ai, the Ban Luoc terraced rice fields, and the San Sa Ho village.
You will be staying in homestays with local families, which will give you a chance to experience the local culture and way of life. You will also have the opportunity to visit local villages, learn about the traditional crafts of the ethnic minorities, and hike through some of the most stunning scenery in Vietnam.
This is a challenging trip, but it is also an unforgettable one. You will see some of the most beautiful and remote parts of Vietnam, and you will have the chance to experience the local culture and way of life.
Hike through the Heaven Gate of Nam Ai, a pass surrounded by forest with rare plant species.
Visit the Ban Luoc terraced rice fields, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Stay in homestays with local families and experience the local culture.
Learn about the traditional crafts of the ethnic minorities.
Hike through some of the most stunning scenery in Vietnam.
Day 1: Hanoi - Hoang Su Phi (Ha Giang)
At 8:00 AM, our local guide and driver will pick you up from your hotel in Hanoi. Depart for Thong Nguyen, Ha Giang. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant in Ham Yen, Tuyen Quang. Arrive in Thong Nguyen around 3:00 PM. Take a short walk to reach the homestay located in a Dao tribal village. Along the way, you will have the opportunity to visit a Red Dzao village and capture photos of the local terraced fields. Upon arrival at the homestay, enjoy dinner and spend the night.
Day 2: Trekking Hoang Su Phi
After breakfast, continue your journey by hiking through terraced paddy fields that hug the hillside and offer views of the small village of Khoa Trung. You will reach this village around noon, where you can take a break and have lunch. In the afternoon, the hike takes you uphill through the Heaven Gate of Nam Ai, a pass surrounded by forest with rare plant species. After the break, resume your walk to Nam Ai, a village inhabited by the "long dress" Dao ethnic group, situated at the top of the mountains.
Day 3: Trekking Hoang Su Phi
After breakfast, leave the homestay at approximately 8:30 AM. Begin the day's activity by walking to the village of Lung Thang, crossing the mountain and the upstream of Chay River. Take a break for lunch at Lung Thang village and then continue hiking until you reach the village of Ho San, inhabited by the Hmong ethnic group. Spend the evening with a local family, have dinner with them, and spend the night.
Day 4: Trekking Hoang Su Phi
Enjoy breakfast at the homestay, then continue your journey by trekking from Ho San to Quang Vinh. Take a break for lunch and continue walking to Ban Luoc, a village inhabited by the "long dress" Dao ethnic group known for its terraced paddy fields. Have dinner and spend the night at a local house.
Day 5: Trekking Hoang Su Phi
After breakfast, begin the day's activity by hiking from Ban Luoc village to San Sa Ho village. The hike takes you through small tracks surrounded by valleys, mountains, rice fields, and streams. Have dinner and spend the night at a local house in San Sa Ho village, inhabited by the Tay ethnic group.
Day 6: Hoang Su Phi - Hanoi
After breakfast, complete the hiking trip with a 2-3 hour walk from the homestay to Tu Nhan, then to the town of Hoang Su Phi, where you will stop for lunch. Afterwards, our driver will pick you up and we will travel back to Hanoi.
The best time to go on this trip is during the dry season, which is from October to April.
You will need to be in good physical condition to complete this trip.
Be sure to pack comfortable hiking shoes, sunscreen, a hat, and insect repellent.
This is a great opportunity to learn about the local culture and way of life.
You will have the chance to meet some amazing people and make lasting memories.