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

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.

What should I wear to Ha Giang loop?

That being said, these are my recommendations on what to pack for a ride along the Ha Giang Loop:

  • Comfy, stretchy clothes. …
  • A waterproof coat. …
  • A bandana or scarf. …
  • Real shoes. …
  • Flip flops too! …
  • Two changes of clothes. …
  • A towel and a basic shower kit. …
  • Sunscreen and bug spray.

How much is the Ha Giang loop?

Below are the bikes available along with the daily rental prices: 125cc Automatic – 200,000 VND. 110cc Semi-Automatic – 150,000 VND. 125cc Manual – 250,000 VND.

Is Ha Giang loop Safe?

The Ha Giang Loop is not safe and many people get hurt. The majority of people who I’ve seen get hurt on the Ha Giang Loop fall into two camps. They either didn’t have a lot of experience driving a motorbike or weren’t paying attention. With that said, however, even experienced riders get injured on the Ha Giang Loop.

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