4 Recommendation Homestays In Ha Giang During The Buckwheat Flower Season

4 Recommendation Homestays In Ha Giang During The Buckwheat Flower Season

In November, visitors can book accommodations in Dong Van, Meo Vac, or Quan Ba to easily visit the blooming fields of buckwheat flowers. Here are some recommendations from Asia Charm Tours. You can book for them at our website Sapa Tours for best prices.

Bui Dong Van Homestay

Seated near the welcome gate of Dong Van, the homestay is chosen by many travelers because of its convenient location that is close to Lung Cu flagpole tower, Meo King’s residence and Pao’s house. This place is characterized by the traditional stilt houses. The beds, curtains, pillows are all green or red flower patterns. When you wake up in the morning, you will be greeted by the rays of sunlight streaming through the wooden windows and fresh air of the highlands.

Homestay is fully equipped with utilities and services needed for travelers. The below estate is where food and parking are provided. In the evening, groups can light a campfire, organize a barbecue in the yard. There are 3 separate rooms (without private toilets) and a dormitory room with rent from 100,000 to 300,000 VND per person. Photo: FB Bui Dong Van

Auberge de Meovac

For travelers who love nostalgia, this is an appropriate suggestion. Renovated from a house of H’Mong people, the homestay has an ancient look with a yin-yang tile roof and bright-brown color walls. Photo: Ovu0ng / Shutterstock.

Located in the center of Meo Vac town, travelers can easily visit tourist attractions such as Ma Pi Leng pass, Lo Lo ethnic village, Sam Pun border gate, etc. Dorm room price is 330,000 VND per person. Photo: FB Nguyen Thi Khanh.

Dao Lodge

Located amid the Dao cultural villages (Quan Ba), the homestay offers a traditional stilt house design that is popular with many foreign tourists. Being from the center, this place has a simple and cozy look. Photo: Archdaily / Vu Xuan Son.

Homestay has rooms with prices from 250,000 to 300,000 VND. From the front yard, visitors can sit by the wooden tables and chairs, sip a cup of tea and admire the majestic beauty of the highlands. Photo: FB Tien Nguyen.

Homie Homestay

Located in Lo Lo Chai village, this is a homestay loved by many young people when coming to Lung Cu. From the house with old brown walls, you can enjoy the whole scenery of the land.

At the homestay, guests will enjoy an English breakfast or organize a miniature barbecue in the garden. Room rates here are 150,000 – 250,000 per night.

What do you think about this? Does it make you exciting and want to book your ticket right away? After all, words are just words. Leave your home behind for a few days and witness the beauty of Northern Vietnam with your own eyes! Check out our website: https://www.sapa-tours.net/ for more Sapa tour offers and best deals!

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