Located in northeastern Vietnam, Ha Giang Province is a bliss for inlet lovers, trekkers and eco-tourists.
Flanked by a Lo River and a Mien River, dominated by a peaks of a Tay Con Linh and Kieu Lieu Ti, a province’s landscape is spectacular, with a many high hilly summits, a distinguished limestone formations and a countless springs.
It is a comparatively unpopulated area of Vietnam due to a severe topography, that creates it an ideal bottom for movement tours.
Counting about a thousand class of herbal plants, bamboo and many class of trees, a primary timberland is as flattering as a postcard with a cascading streams, waterfalls and pools. It also shelters abounding wildlife, and studious observers might be rewarded by an confront with a pangolin or a one of a 16 class of reptiles or 36 class of amphibians famous to live in a area, to name though a few of a inhabitants.
Black-and-white photos of Ha Giang: