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:

Ha Giang, Ma Pi Leng

The highway to Sampun. 

Ha Giang, Ma Pi Leng

The highway between Yen Minh and Bach Dich. 

Ha Giang, Ma Pi Leng

A slope on a highway from Yen Minh to Meo Vac.

Ha Giang, Ma Pi Leng

A slope in Can Ty.

Ha Giang, Ma Pi Leng

A circuitous highway to Sam Pun.

Ha Giang, Ma Pi Leng

The uninterrupted bends in Tham Ma.

Ha Giang, Ma Pi Leng

Pai Lung. 

Ha Giang, Ma Pi Leng

The imperishable plateau stretching endlessly. 

Ha Giang, Ma Pi Leng

Ha Giang, Ma Pi Leng

A stormy day in a café in Dong Van. 

Ha Giang, Ma Pi Leng

A highland market.