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Answer: You can book a vehicle via email, phone (WhatsApp, Telegram) or fill in booking form on our website.
Answer: You absolutely do not incur any penalty fees for canceling a deposit before the time of the performance of the vehicle rental contract (this don't apply vehicle rental on holidays, Tet, ...). Please read our Refund & Cancellation Policies
Answer: We temporarily stop providing self-driving car rental services. You only can hire a car with a driver in Ha Giang. Our driver can speak basic English communication
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Answer: We have many lines of both motorcycles and cars to match the needs of customers both short and long-term lease cars as 4-5 seats, 7 seats, 9 seats, 16 seats, 29 seats; Automatic transmission, semi-automation transmission, manual transmission.
Answer: We provides new vehicle models and is registered and maintenance periodically.
Answer: You can sign contracts to rent for relatives or friends. Depending on the vehicle rental partner who will ask you to add 1 to the relevant documents in the name of the vehicle rental contract.
Answer: Vehicle rental rates will be calculated by day and by hour. If you pay the vehicle later than the agreed time, it will be charged based on the number of hours past due or in excess of the kilometer. Vehicle rental prices for holidays or weekends are often higher than on weekdays.
Answer: Transfer payment, transfer fees will be paid by the customer. Cashing. Credit card payment
Answer: Ha Giang is the most impressive region in Vietnam. Here you will find the most beautiful mountains and the most authentic minority villages. You will regret here if you fall short; the longer the better. But Ha Giang was not developed for tourism, so this also means that accommodations and restaurants are very basic. This gives a more authentic feeling, but can also take some people out of their comfort zone.
Answer: You can leave your bulky luggage at the office in Ha Giang City or at your hotel in Hanoi and bring only your essentials. No problem to bring backpacks on the motorcycle. They are located on the back of the bike, so you don’t have to hold it. Suitcases are not possible on the motorcycle. If you are taking the car there is room for suitcases.
Answer: There is little traffic in Ha Giang, but the roads are winding through mountain passes and are sometimes of poor quality. But the guides on the motorcycle (Easy Riders) are professional drivers who have done this journey countless times. They can guarantee your safety and let you enjoy a great experience without worry.
Answer: It is possible to drive in Ha Giang loop yourself, however we do not offer this option for the following reason: officially it is illegal to drive a motorcycle without a Vietnamese motorcycle license in Vietnam; this also means that your insurance will not fully cover you in the event of an accident. If you do not have much experience or if you are not a confident driver, we do not recommend that you drive yourself.
Answer: The weather in the mountains can be difficult to predict, but even when it rains you can still follow the Ha Giang motor loop. Your luggage is protected against rain with a rain cover. Even if the weather isn’t perfect, this trip is still one of the best experiences you can do in Vietnam.
Answer: No, you can't. Because If you want to drive by yourself so you must have international driving license. And the road of Ha Giang Loop is dangerous for those who have less experienced motorcycles.
Answer: With 3 days and 2 nights and departing from Ha Giang City, you can go according to the following schedule:
✪ Day 1: Ha Giang City ➔ Minh Tan village ➔ Bac Sum slope ➔ Quan Ba Heaven Gate ➔ A stop to watch the Twin Mountains ➔ Can Ty ➔ Lonely tree ➔ Yen Minh town ➔ Tham Ma slope ➔ Nine sloping slope ➔ Pao's house ➔ Palace of the Vuong (Meo King) ➔ Lung Cu flagpole ➔ Northernmost point ➔ Dong Van town
✪ Day 2: ➔ Ma Pi Leng ➔ Nho Que River ➔ Tu San canyon (by boat) ➔ Meo Vac ➔ M-shaped crabs ➔ Mau Due ➔ Du Gia (Village visit, Du Gia Waterfall)
✪ Day 3: Duong Thuong village ➔ Lung Tam village ➔ Lung Khuy Cave (Quan Ba) ➔ Ha Giang City
Or you can go in the opposite direction:
✪ Day 1: Ha Giang city ➔ Bac Sum slope ➔ Quan Ba heaven gate ➔ Twin mountains ➔ Lung Khuy cave ➔ Du Gia village ➔ Du Gia waterfall
✪ Day 2: Du Gia ➔ Mau Due ➔ M-shaped crabs ➔ Meo Vac town ➔ Nho Que river ➔ Take a boat trip to visit Tu San canyon ➔ Ma Pi Leng pass ➔ Dong Van old town
✪ Day 3: Dong Van ➔ Lung Cu flag pole ➔ Northermost point of Vietnam ➔ Hmong king's palace ➔ Tham Ma pass ➔ Yen Minh town ➔ Lonely tree ➔ Lung Tam village ➔ Thai An village ➔ Ha Giang city
☑ If you need a more day itinerary or less day itinerary please contact us, we are happy to assist you to plan your trip.