at the highest latitude in Vietnam, Ha Giang is surrounded by Cao Bang
on the east, Tuyen Quang on the south, Lao Cai, and Yen Bai on the
west. It shares a border with China in the north (274km boundary).
Giang's complicated topography is divided into 3 areas. The area on the
south has rocky mountain, separated rivers. The west area has sloping
mountain side, high pass, valleys, and narrow springs. The low land
area includes hills, valley of Lo River, and Ha Giang Town.
climate is divided in two distinct seasons, rainy and dry, although it
tends to vary depending on altitude. The annual average temperature
varies between 24 and 28ºC. In winter, the temperature is sometimes
down to -5ºC.
in Ha Giang are quite high, in which the highest Tay Con Linh point
with 2,419m in height. There are good woods, over 1000 kinds of
valuable drug trees, animals (tigers, peacocks, phoenix, pangolin) in
Coming to Ha Giang, tourists are attracted by
poetic Dong Van Highland, Love Market of Khau Vai. They can buy
embroidery such as handkerchief, haversack, and dress with colorful,
fine pattern. They also take part in enjoyable market-day of local
ethnics. The people and natural scenes here are unlike anywhere in
Giang Town is 320km from Hanoi. Ha Giang is on National Highway No.2,
34, 279 linking to Yen Bai, Cao Bang, Lao Cai provinces in turn.
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