Homestay services are springing up throughout the northern province of Ha Giang. Visitors can now choose to stay at beautiful homestays in Quang Ba, Dong Van, and Meo Vac districts.
Tha Hamlet is around 4km from the centre of Ha Giang City. It is home to Tay ethnic minority people and famous for its many cultural traditions and the pristine natural beauty.
Visitors can stay at homestay with average prices of VND50,000-80,000 per night.
This homestay was featured in the popular architecture magazine Arch Daily. It is perched on the very top of a mountain and surrounded by primeval forests and terraced fields. The area is home to Dao ethnic minority people.
The house has five bedrooms, a dining room, and a living room. Each bedroom costs around VND180,000 per night.
This stilt house in the town of Dong Van can accommodate 30-40 visitors each night. It attracts a younger crowd thanks to its trendy traditional features with modern styling. The managers of the house are young adults who are enthusiastic about trekking tourism.
It costs VND135,000 per person per night. Lunch and dinner are served at the home for VND60,000-100,000 per meal.
This small house in the centre of Meo Vac town is called Chung Pua. Although it is somewhat under the radar, many foreign visitors choose to stay here.
You can choose group, single, or double rooms, with a price of VND250,000 per person per night. Meals offered include both European-style and traditional dishes.
This homestay is tucked into Sang Pa A hamlet, Meo Vac District. The first floor is a common living space and has small bed rooms. Group rooms are on the second floor. The large yard is an ideal place for visitors to relax among greenery in the fresh air.
The house can provide accommodation for 30 people with a nightly price of VND100,000 per person.