Hanoi (VNA) – Lung Khuy Cave and the H’mong Village Resort in Quan Ba district and the Mong ethnic community-based cultural and tourism village in Meo Vac district
have been recognised as new tourism destinations in the northern
mountainous province of Ha Giang.
Located in Lung Khuy commune, the beautiful cave
network, with magnificent stalactites, is said to be the most beautiful in the locality.
Its pristine beauty and splendid, transparent stalactites are stunning, measuring
from one to two metres in many strange forms.
Covering an area of 20 ha, the H’mong Village Resort is newly-opened and has 25 bungalows, four private rooms,
and two dormitories with 13 single beds in each, providing visitors with comfortable
Meanwhile, the Mong ethnic community-based cultural and tourism village in
Pa Vi commune’s Pa Vi Ha hamlet, at the foot of Ma Pi Leng Pass on the highway connecting
Dong Van and Meo Vac districts, operates as a community-based tourism service cooperative model with the engagement of
30 local households. It contributes to promoting the cultural features of the Mong
ethnic people and creating sustainable livelihoods.
The three destinations are expected to attract more holidaymakers to Ha Giang
and contribute to further promoting local tourism development./.