Cat Bi airport car rental to Yen Bai
Cat Bi airport car rental to Yen Bai - Yen Bai Province is located on the gateway to North-West Vietnam and still a new destination to foreigner tourists. This place is an agricultural based province but has many potentials to develop tourism. In recent years, more and more adventure tourists and photographers have come there and taken photos to reveal Yen Bai with the stunning beauty of the rice terraces, breathtaking rugged mountains and the evergreen tea plantations. In addition, they are attracted by the diversity of local ethnic minorities whose life has remained unchanged for centuries, the fresh hill stations whose climate remains almost unchanged all year round.
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The best time to visit Yen Bai?
Yen Bai’s ecozone is defined as rainforest, subtropical and temperate mountainous zones. Generally, the province experiences a tropical monsoon climate. At elevations above 1500m, the mean temperature is about 20°C (68°F) and drops to 0°C (32°F) with frost and snow in some parts. November to the next March are winter months when the climate is dry. Frequent drizzle is experienced during late winter months; this type of rain has earned Yen Bai the epithet “drizzle centre of the country”. Dry season is suitable for adventure tours like mountain biking, trekking, motorcycling. Be sure to prepare lots of warm clothes because the temperature will be very cold, especially in the evenings.
April to October are summer months and the rainy period. The mean temperature is stable for the district as a whole and is in the range of 18°C (64°F) to 28°C (82°F).
For those who visit Yen Bai for photography purpose, don’t miss two best periods: May – June (pouring water season) and September – October (ripen rice terrace season) , when you can admire the wonders of the terraced paddy fields in the province.
Tourist attractions in Yen Bai ?
Rice terraces in Mu Cang Chai : It can be said that Mu Cang Chai is the first and foremost reason for people coming to Yen Bai due to its stunning rice terraces and captivating mountains. The district is home to about 2,200 hectares of terraced rice fields, with 70% situated on three communes: La Pan Tan, Che Cu Nha, and De Su Phinh. From late September to early October, ripen rice terraces with bright yellow stretching from the top of mountains down to small streams create the magnificent scenery. Being ranked as national relic site in 2007 by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, rice terraces in Mu Cang Chai has been recognized as one of the unique landscapes of Vietnam.
Another period to view the spectacular scenes of these terraces is the pouring water season in May. When summer rains appear in this mountainous area, locals make use of water led from the top of mountains to fall into their terrace fields. This creates gigantic sparkling mirrors that reflects the blue sky and floating white clouds. During this season, tourists can see lots of old-traditional activities of local people dong farm work, such as: plowing to harrowing on the field with water buffalos, replanting rice, fertilizing their fields. You will be impressed by the beautiful smiles from hill tribal women wearing colorful traditional dresses and working in a group.
Khau Pha Pass : Khau Pha Pass is one of the four greatest passes in northwest Vietnam (O Quy Ho Pass in Laocai, Khau Pha Pass in Yen Bai, Pha Din Pass in Dien Bien, Ma Pi Leng Pass in Ha Giang). Located at an altitude of over 1,200 meters above sea level, the 30km Khau Pha Pass links Van Chan District and Mu Cang Chai District, stretching through many well-known places in Yen Bai Province, such as La Pan Tan, Mu Cang Chai, Tu Le, Che Cu Nha and Nam Co.
In the Thai minority language, “Khau Pha” means a horn-shaped mountain rising up to the high sky. The best time to view this pass is in September and October, when the terraced fields change into golden color and ready for harvest. The slopes around Khau Pha Pass are chosen for paragliding festivals in May and September/October annually.
Muong Lo Valley : Located 80km from the west of Yen Bai City, Muong Lo Valley attracts tourists by its authentic culture charm and breathtaking natural landscapes. Fitting inside Nghia Lo and Van Chan District, Muong Lo Valley is the second largest valley in the northwest Vietnam and also the largest food production area in the western region of Yen Bai. This is a hug and flat valley, surrounded by the endless ranges of mountain ranges. Besides seeing the wild nature and beautiful scenery, coming to Muong Lo, tourists can discover the beautiful villages, experience the peaceful life of ethnic people, with the Black Thai takes the majority. Visitors can have chance to experience staying in stilt houses, learning to cook Thai food and engaging into Thai’s daily life while in Muong Lo.
Muong Lo Market is situated in the center of Nghia Lo Town and the commercial hub of Yen Bai’s western region. Formed a long time ago, this market has been used for the trading purposes of common goods, as well as the place of cultural integration of ethnic groups. Visiting the market, tourists can find from industrial to agricultural products; from commercial items to traditional handicrafts.
Suoi Giang : Suoi Giang in Van Chan District is around 20km from Nghia Lo Town and 80km from Yen Bai City. With the location on the height of 1,400m above sea level with cool climate all year round, Suoi Giang gets its fame for growing over hundred years old tea trees, which provide the famous Shan Tuyet tea. Local people call it as “medical tea” because they believe that it can help people to improve their health conditions.
Small villages and wooden houses of Thai and Hmong ethnic groups in the area create peaceful landscapes and suitable for authentic cultural exploration.
Thac Ba Lake : Thac Ba Lake is one of three largest man-made lakes in Vietnam. It was created by a huge hydro-electricity project in the 1960s that submerged vast areas of land. Covering an area of 23,400 ha, the lake is considered as another version of Halong Bay with 1,133 hill-islands, diverse ecological setting and varied vegetation cover. Thanks to blue and clear water, impressive cave systems formed by limestone mountain ranges and mild temperature, Thac Ba Lake has become one of the most appealing tourist site in Yen Bai. Coming there, tourists can relax on motorized boats along the lake, climb the nearby hills and mountains, explore the primitive forests. In addition, they can interact with nearby ethnic groups such as Tay, Nung, Dao, H’mong and enjoy local fish dishes, like: bream, hemibagrus, snake-head and so on.
Ngoi Tu Cultural Village : With beautiful natural landscape and diversified ethnic culture, Yen Bai has many potential advantages to develop community-based tourism and Ngoi Tu Cultural Village is an outstanding example. From Huong Ly Port in Thac Ba Lake, tourists can access Ngoi Tu via motorized boat. Local authorities aimed to develop community based tourism combining with ecotourism in this village because it’s endowed with a unique landscape and possesses the long-standing cultural values of local ethnic people.
Landscapes here includes rocky mountain, hill, lake, fall, river and stream. When in Ngoi Tu Village, tourists can take boat trip along Thac Ba Lake, take hiking trip to Cao Bien Mountain chain in the east of Thac Ba Lake and Elephant Mountain in the west side.
Moreover, visitors will have chance to learn more about daily life of ethnic minority people there. Ngoi Tu Village is home to Dao, Cao Lan, Nung ethnic people, mainly Dao people wearing white pants, with more than 130 houses. Interestingly, locals have well preserved traditional handicrafts (carving jewelry, embroidering, printing pattern on fabric with wax; making ban paper); culture events (fire jumping festival, wedding ceremony); folk songs; traditional cuisine (lam rice, roast meat, manioc wine, rice wine); folk games (stick pushing, walking on stilts); and traditional house architecture. The typical architecture there is three room house-on-stilt making from separately components and linking by bolts instead nails. There is only one stair with odd footsteps leading to the house’s entrance.
Pu Nhu Waterfall : Pu Nhu Waterfall is located in La Pan Tan Commune, about 10km from west of Mu Cang Chai District. On the journey to explore the leveling rice terrace fields in La Pan Tan, tourists are highly recommended to make a stop at Pu Nhu Waterfall. The water source here is originated from watersheds of Lao Cai and Son La. The 20m waterfall lies between two high cliffs of vertical mountains and divided into many steps. It can’t be seen from the main highway because it’s around 1.5km from the highway. The leading way to Pu Nhu Waterfall is very easy to access: just pass through a small stream and a corn field, you can enjoy the cool atmosphere of the waterfall. The highest temperature in this area is around 26°C, which makes it an ideal ecotourism spot for day trip travelers.
Ta Chi Nhu & Ta Xua Mountain Peaks : Ta Chi Nhu (2,979m above sea level) and Ta Xua (2,865m above sea level) in Tram Tau District are respectively the 6th and 10th highest mountain peaks in Vietnam. They are put in the wish list of adventurous travelers with great desires to conquer mountain tops and “hunt cloud”. The best time to plan your climbing journey to these peaks are in October/November and late March/early April, when the cool air makes clouds to gather around the mountain. You are not suggested to make the trip in December to early February when it’s freezing cold, as well as avoid raining season from May to August with extremely slippery and dangerous mountain paths.
Even not as high as Fansipan Mountain (the highest mount peak at 3,143m located in Lao Cai Province), Ta Chi Nhu and Ta Xua Mountain Tops are more difficult to conquer because paths to the peak are almost vertical, sometimes like walking on a ridge. Therefore, climbers must prepare very good physical conditions and practice training programs in advance. And to ensure a safe trip, they should contact local authorities and hire a qualified and experienced local guide and porter. It may take 2 – 3 days for the trip to these marvelous mountain peaks. In the middle of the journey, hikers will have overnight camping at the transient station. Along the way, they will immerse themselves in the vast fields of mountainous flowers, peaceful moments when seeing horse, goats and cows to leisurely enjoy grasses, as well as have a unique chance to watch the mesmerizing dawn and sunset among the clouds.
Local authorities in Tram Tau District make plan to provide training courses on safety in adventure tourism for a team of coaches, tour guides and technical staff in adventure resorts; build a warning and guidance system for visitors before and during the adventure tour; develop plans to ensure safety for visitors.
Tram Tau Hot Spring : After hard conquering journeys to great mountain peaks of Ta Chi Nhu or Ta Xua, it will be such a pleasing experience to soak into the hot mineral springs with picturesque background. These hot springs are only 2km from Tram Tau District, surrounded by pine forest hill and terraced fields. With the size of about 600sq.m, the stream is divided into several small lakes with an average temperature of 43-45 degrees C all year round. Coming there in winter days, bathers will not feel cold when they enjoy the hot baths in the springs. It looks like a fairytale scenery when the steam rising above the springs’ surface mingles with the early mist.
To provide more convenient stay for tourists, there is homestay next to the spring with two outdoor baths, 10 double rooms and one communal room, all of which can accommodate nearly 80 guests.