Hanoi Sleeper Bus Ha Giang

Among the highest latitudes of Vietnam, Ha Giang is undoubtedly a great destination for the sightseeing of grandiose mountainous landscapes. Ha Giang’s resident consists mainly of minor ethnic groups who make up its own culture.
Hanoi seat bus to Ha Giang :

Bus Route : Hanoi - Ha Giang
Departure place : Luong Yen bus station , My Dinh bus station 
Stop station : Ha Giang city bus station
Bus type : seat bus - 29 seats Huyndai county
Departure time : 04h00 am 
Arrival time : 6 hours later
Bus ticket rate : 15 USD
Contact to book : +84.911.895.016 (Whatsapp,Viber,Sms,Call) or kkvtravel@gmail.com

Hanoi Sleeper Bus to Ha Giang :
Bus Route : Hanoi - Ha Giang
Departure place : Luong Yen bus station , My Dinh bus station , Giap Bat bus station
Stop station : Ha Giang city bus station
Bus type : VIP sleeper bus (40 berth) - Universe
Departure time : 08h00 ,14h30 ,20h00 ,21h00 
Arrival : 6 hours later
Bus ticket rate : 20 USD
Contact to book : +84.911.895.016 (Whatsapp,Viber,Sms,Call) or kkvtravel@gmail.com

Ha Giang is a mountainous province in the North of Vietnam in which the Vietnam-China border extends more than 274km long. The province is also the source of Lo River flowing into Vietnam, contiguous to China to the north with international border gate Thanh Thuy. Southern of Ha Giang is Tuyen Quang; eastern is Cao Bang and Lao Cai to the West. Ha Giang is about 320km to the north of Hanoi, following Highway no. 2.
Ha Giang is quite a new city with only 120 years of history. Going through a lot of difficulties in term of unfavorable location and low level of infrastructure, Ha Giang is transforming from an economically underdeveloped province into a tourism locale that attracts a lot of visitors in the last few years.
Like any other Northern highlands of Vietnam, the climate here is cool in the summer and extremely cold in the winter which ones may see snow. The temperature of Ha Giang ranges from 5 - 28 Celcius degree, which is pretty ideal for tourism.
Like Sapa, the most renowned attraction of Ha Giang are the many grandiose mountains. Although mountains here are not as high as Sapa’s mountains and seem not to be steep enough to challenge adventurous climbers, they stand out for extensive area of limestone with unique formation of peaky rocks.

The most famous rocky area of Ha Giang is Dong Van Rock Plateau, which is recognized by UNESCO as one of 77 geological parks in the world. Lung Cu hamlet lying inside Dong Van Rock Plateau is another indispensible destination as it marks the very northern tip of Vietnam by Lung Cu Flag Tower on Dragon Mountain.
Not only that, Ha Giang is a venue of fanciful natural caves such as Phuong Thien Cave, Chui Cave, Fairy Cave and Swallow Cave. Although all the caves offer wonderful scenery with fantastic shapes of stalactites, each one has its own story and traits. For example, legend says that fairies used to bath in Fairy Stream inside Fairy Cave which is the source of its name.
Ha Giang is also well-known for its magnificent forests in which there are more than 1,000 species of good woods, drug trees as well rare animals like tigers, peacock or pangolin.