The time to complete the full loop is approximately 3-4 days, although it’s recommended to carve out at least four days as to not rush the experience and be able to soak in all the sights. To be honest, I can’t imagine doing the loop in anything less than 4 days. Me posing in front of the Ma Pi Leng Pass – whoa!
How long does it take to do the Ha Giang loop?
The total distance of the main loop is 350km. You can complete the ride in 2 days, but the outstanding scenery is such that I recommend 2-5 days. Motorbikes can be rented in Ha Giang, but by far the best place is QT Motorbikes, who can also offer excellent route advice.
How difficult is the Ha Giang loop?
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. That’s because the Ha Giang Loop itself is difficult.
How many days do you need in Sapa Vietnam?
Two days in Sapa should be the bare minimum, and we’ve come up with a way to perfectly even out your days while taking in a sizeable portion of what Sapa has to offer.
How do I get from Hanoi to Ha Giang?
The easiest way to travel from Hanoi to Ha Giang is by bus. Several buses depart daily from Hanoi to Ha Giang, and the journey takes 6 to 7 hours, depending on the bus providers. Currently, some bus companies run the Hanoi – Ha Giang route: Truly Hagiang, Good Morning Cat Ba, and Quang Nghi.