After our tiring, exhausting journeys, a good stopover will allow us to relax and rest. With a Ha Giang trekking trip or Ha Giang Motorbike experience, we will take you to the most unique and interesting homestays in the area. Homestays in Ha Giang that we will bring you to are both traditional as well as bring modern, making them suitable for tourists of Ha Giang.
Homestays in Ha Giang City
Begin your journey of discovering Ha Giang and come to Tha village and Ha Thanh village. Here you will admire the unique homeland of the Tay ethnicity here. The architecture of the Tay consists of palm roofs, the wooden floors, and will bring you the feeling of peace and quiet when you stay here. Along with these lovely accommodations, you can trek around the village to admire the beauty of the terraced rice fields. Continue the journey with us and we will take you to visit the Dao people, experience the work of picking tea and will enjoy its natural flavor through the teapot specialty.
Homestay in Quan Ba
On the way to explore Ha Giang, the next Ha Giang Homestay we would like to introduce you is the homeland of the Red Dao people in Nam Dam village, Quan Ba district. The neatly organized walls, the quiet space, the warmth and hospitality of homestays’ host, it will make your heart stay here. If you want a private space, you can choose to stay at “Dao lodge” – a community house located in the middle of the village, it was designed with a few private rooms and interesting green architecture.
Homestay in Dong Van
90 km from Quan Ba is Dong Van, where we will come to the “Old Homestay” of the Tay, or “Dong Van Homestay” (Homestay of the Hmong). The houses are designed simple and liberal, providing the most basic services for you. If you want a modern space that is more comfortable, you will book your room at Hoang Ngoc, Lam Tung or Hoa Cuong hotel.
Homestay Lung Cu
If you come to Ha Giang, you shouldn’t miss the special and sacred place that is standing under the flagpole Lung Cu – the highest point of the north. Located at the foot of the village is the flag of the Lo Lo ethnic group. Visiting the Lo Lo homeland will help you understand more about this ethnic culture. The homestay here still retains the original features of the house, with yin-yang typical tiles roofs.
What’s more, our journey will help you discover a unique 200-year-old stilt house – Ma Mong Homestay. Ma Lé Homestay has a balcony, offers mountain views, or hiking in the surrounding area.
Homestay at Meo Vac
About 20km from Dong Van, Lo Lo Homestay will be an ideal place for travelers who love indigenous style space. A stilt house for up to 30 people, this space is combined with wood, brocade, and beautiful decorative items. It boasts an impressive, wide yard, suitable for organizing exchanges between tourists and locals.
Hostel in Du Gia
The hostel has simple facilities, suitable for young travelers. If you enjoy the experience of a backpacker, this is an interesting stop. At Du Gia, you can really enjoy the tranquility of this place, where the mountains and forests surround you in green. You will feel peace and return to the source of nature.
Travel with us to experience the journey of conquering Ha Giang!. Based on the request, the purpose of your trip, we design a tour both appropriate and flexible to help you have the best experience.
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