Ha Giang is a province in the Northeast region of Vietnam. The topography of Ha Giang province is quite complicated, with many high rocky mountains and rivers and streams. Located in a humid subtropical climate, but due to the high terrain, Ha Giang’s climate has many temperate nuances. The western highland mountainous area belongs to the massif upstream of the Chay River, with steep mountain slopes, high passes, narrow valleys and stream beds.
Ha Giang has many majestic mountains, in terms of plants, Ha Giang has many primeval forests, many precious kinds of wood, and up to 1000 kinds of medicinal plants. Animals have tigers, peacocks, pheasants, pangolins, and many other kinds of birds and animals.
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Ha Giang tourism and festival
Ha Giang is a must-see for any Vietnamese or foreigner. Ha Giang is beautiful with its climate, scenery, people as well as long-standing traditional cultures. If you have set foot in Ha Giang, we cannot ignore the following destinations: Dong Van Karst Plateau is spread over four districts of Quan Ba, Yen Minh, Dong Van, Meo Vac and was recognized as a Global Geopark in 2010. This is one of the special limestone areas, containing the typical imprints on the history of the development of the Earth’s crust, natural phenomena, unique aesthetic landscapes, high biodiversity and long-standing cultural traditions of indigenous communities such as indigenous peoples. Mong, Lo Lo, Pu Peo and Dao ethnic groups.
System of caves: Phuong Thien Cave: This is a place with many landscapes and natural caves. Tien Cave and Fairy Stream People around the area often go to Tien Cave to get water and pray for good luck on New Year’s Eve.
The Vuong family residence in Sa Phin commune is a beautiful and unique architectural work that was ranked at the national level in 1993. The path to the palace is paved with large squares and flat stone slabs. The palace is surrounded by two rings of walls built of stone.
Khau Vai love market meets once a year on the 27th day of the third lunar month in Khau Vai commune, Meo Vac district. Originating from a love story, Khau Vai became a common dating place for all lovers in the region. Khau Vai market initially met with no buyers, no sellers.
Ha Giang is home to many unique cultural products from the long traditions of more than 20 ethnic groups, a memorable tourist destination because of the natural landscape and people here. Unlike any other tourist place in Vietnam, coming to Ha Giang, visitors can see products crystallized from the unique cultural traditions of the mountainous people, which are embroidered towels, cloth bags. , dresses with brilliant patterns. Visitors will attend the poetic highland markets.
New house celebration of Lo Lo ethnic group: New house celebration lasts about 2 days and 2 nights in the new house of Lo Lo ethnic group. Spring Festival: The festival is a combination of celebrating merit, praying for rain, and praying for a son. The festival features a crossbow shooting contest, a love song, a papa throwing, a drink, and a reception for guests.
The butt-slapping festival of the Mong ethnic group: On the 5th day of the Lunar New Year every year, boys and girls flock to Meo Vac to find themselves a wife (husband).
Fire dance festival of Pa Then people: The festival is held in the evening of the last day of the year. Next to the pink fire, there are many rituals such as celebrating the season, praying to the gods to bless the new year.
Ha Giang is a mountainous area, so the population is small, the population density is low, the Mong people make up the majority, the rest are ethnic groups including Tho, La Chi, Tay, Dao, Man, Nung, Giay and Lo Lo… Most of them worship ancestors and gods; and all have their own distinct cultural nuances.
Today, Ha Giang has been noticed by investors for potential real estate. The properties here tend to be in harmony with nature. Low-mountain areas such as Vi Xuyen and Bac Quang have a more developed economy than mountainous areas. Relying on the Lo River and heavy rainfall, the agricultural industries in this area are very developed, no less than the midland mountains. This place has a famous orange-growing area, fertile fields…