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Ha Giang Loop (7D)
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7 Days, 7 Nights
1260 km
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Seven days riding Vietnam's most famous motorcycle loop. Take the overnight bus from Hanoi, collect your motorcycle in Ha Giang city then hit the road! Experience Yen Minh Pine Forest, the massive Ma Pi Leng mountain pass and Du Gia waterfall, skirting the Chinese border way up in Vietnam's mountainous north.

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4 riders
stalagtites and stalagmites in Lung Khuy Cave, Ha Giang
60 km
3 hours
Our first riding day is not difficult at all and we can take plenty of detours to get on more rugged roads or stop off at viewpoints or sights. We also have time to stop off and chat with the locals and, if lucky, visit any local markets that are being held in the area. We start out on flat terrain but quickly ascend up onto the Ha Giang Plateau. It will be cooler up here. We stay that evening in a local homestay run by the Dao people.
statue of Uncle Ho in the centre of Ha Giang City
50 km
4 hours
This day takes us along the valley floor before ascending into the Yen Minh pine forest. It’s a great feeling to be surrounded by the mountains on either side. We can drive through the forest or take a newly constructed shortcut across quite barren hills. I guess the choice depends on how we are feeling after feasting the evening before. We can stay in a regular hotel or the small group of local homestays that has been developed and we can eat in the homestay or the local market for a bit of colour.
the nine turn pass in Ha Giang
70 km
4 hours
Today we get off the main route and the tourist trail and head for the border with China. We do not cross as this is dangerous but we skirt along some hilltop paths until we can come down back to the main road. We can take the 9 turn pass and also get off the road a bit more if there is time before getting to our H’Mong run homestay.
the view from Lung Cu Flagtower in Ha Giang
70 km
5 hours
We pass Sa Phin Market and the H’Mong King’s Palace on route to Lung Cu Flagpole, which is the northernmost point of Vietnam. The road is mountainous and winding but easy to drive. We climb to the top of the flagpole and then retrace our route around 10km as we head over to Dong Van, where we stay in a hotel for a change.
on a medium sized bridge in Dong Van, Ha Giang looking over the Nho Que river and to the mountains
50 km
4 hours
This is either a short hop along the ‘Happiness Highway’ stopping off at some of the many interesting sights such as the Skywalk and the Ma Pi Leng Pass or a longer route through the lesser-used back roads. We stay in a small hamlet of tourist homestays run by the local H’Mong in a community-based tourism project.
trees on the rugged hillside in meo vac ha giang
100 km
6 hours