Journey to the most remote, undiscovered part of Vietnam, Ha Giang. Travel rugged highland areas with green rice fields, lush valleys and mountain streams. Staying with hill tribes in their villages, you’ll learn about their culture which goes back over 500 years.
Drive to the most remote province in Vietnam, home to a range of hill tribes, villages and local markets. Walk to a Tay hill tribe village set in a beautiful valley. Drive to the Hmong hill tribe area of Meo Vac, stopping at other hill tribe villages to take photos or meet with villagers. See vendors selling many kinds of dry goods and fresh products at a market, then head to the rugged highland area of Dong Van and through ‘Heaven’s Gate Pass’. Drive to the northernmost point of Vietnam, Lung Cu and see a village of the Lo Lo hill tribe. Next, wander around Saphin and its surrounding area to see the lives and culture of these people. Take a scenic drive through mountains and valleys back to Hanoi; stopping to trek to a Hmong hill tribe hamlet.