How do you do the Ha Giang loop?

How long does it take to do the Ha Giang loop?

Put aside a minimum of three days for a motorbike tour of Ha Giang. Better still, give yourself five days to really enjoy the route and take in everything on offer.

How difficult is the Ha Giang loop?

Depending on the route you choose, the so called Northern Ha Giang loop is between 290 and 380 kilometers long. So riding it is more than overcoming a two hour crazy route. Make sure you feel confident enough along the first ten or twenty kilometers, as there are a lot more to come.

How much does it cost to do Ha Giang loop?

At the time we were there, the Ha Giang Loop Easy Rider cost about $160 USD for the 4 day Loop and about $120 USD for the 3 day Loop. The EasyRider is also a good option if you don’t have the proper paperwork to rent a bike in Vietnam.

What should I bring to Ha Giang loop?

What To Pack for Ha Giang Motorbike Loop

  • Small to Medium Sized Backpack. …
  • Small daypack.
  • Enough clothes for 3-5 days. …
  • Sensible shoes for driving – No flip flops! …
  • Any medication you might need.
  • Swimsuit/Quick Dry Towel (for the waterfall)
  • Waterproof jacket and backpack cover.
  • Camera kit.
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How many days do you need in Sapa Vietnam?

Two days in Sapa should be the bare minimum, and we’ve come up with a way to perfectly even out your days while taking in a sizeable portion of what Sapa has to offer.

How do you pronounce Ha Giang?

First and foremost, don’t pronounce Ha Giang like it’s written—it’s not Ha Gee-ung/ang. Nor is it Ha-Yang. The proper pronunciation of this province is Ha Zhung or Ha Jung.