Valleys in Northern Vietnam always hide the sublime beauty of nature that creates an irresistible attraction for travelers. The valleys are a wonderful combination between picturesque landscapes and simple lifestyle of local people. Follow Sapa Tours From Hanoi to discover the most famous and beautiful valleys in Northern Vietnam.
Muong Hoa Valley in Sapa
Located in Sapa – Lao Cai, Muong Hoa Valley is considered as one of the largest and most spectacular valleys in Vietnam. You will certainly be overwhelmed by the stunning beauty of this beauty if you have a chance to visit it in the rice harvest.
Located about 7km far from the peaceful town of Sapa and stretching about 15km along Muong Hoa river (stream) which is home to many ethnic villages such as Ban Ho, Hau Thao, Lao Chai, Ta Van villages, and particularly the Ancient Rock Field, the awesome Muong Hoa valley is such a good place highly recommended by many photographers to take terrace photos.
Bac Son valley in Lang Son
Situated in Lang Son, the northern province of Vietnam and approximately 120km far from Hanoi capital city along the Highway 1B, Bac Son Valley is one of the must-visit valleys in Vietnam. Lay Na mountain which is at the height of 600m, is a must-climb if you want to admire the entire beauty of Bac Son.
A gorgeous landscape created by incredible high mountains, a long and small river together with the stunning paddy fields will make a long lasting impression on anyone right at the first sight.
Mai Chau valley in Hoa Binh
Situated about 130km far from the capital city of Hanoi, Mai Chau Valley in Hoa Binh is also ranked as one of the most magnificent valleys of Vietnam, is an attractive destination popularly chosen to take unique wedding photos by so many lovely Vietnamese couples.
Muong Thanh valley in Dien Bien
Muong Thanh Valley – Being a very large valley covering a total area of 150,000 hectares, Muong Thanh valley which is also called as Dien Bien Valley, is a stunning place where you can admire a magnificent and majestic landscape created by a large amount of hills lying close to each other.
The valley is also famous for significant terraces, which produces a large amount of high quality of rice in Vietnam. For a long time, Nam Rom river waters for the paddy fields and becomes an important source for local people’s life. It gently sneaks through Muong Thanh rice fields, flows to Laos, and then, pours into misty Mekong river.
Also known as one of the fascinating historical proofs of Vietnam, Dien Bien valley is also a stunning destination where tourists can surly witness and recount the glorious battles of this country.
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