Hoa Binh Vietnam

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  • Planning for an adventure of a lifetime through Vietnam and not sure what to see and things to do in this country? Well, let's find out what is suitable for you with our recommended destinations and activities for the best adventure tours in Vietnam.

  • The Context of the battle
    In an effort to block Viet Minh’s movements between the mountainous Northwest and the Red River Delta, the French deployed its forces in Hoa Binh in 1951. The Viet Minh commanders found this a great opportunity for causing high casualties to the French. Both sides chose Hoa Binh as the battlefield for their military operations in the dry season of 1951-1952 which is known as the Battle of Hoa Binh or the Hoa Binh Campaign by the Viet Minh.

  • Hoa Binh is a mountainous province in the northwest of Vietnam. The province is inhabited by a profusion of ethnic minorities like Muong, Thai, Hmong, Dao… Visitors come to Hoa Binh for sightseeing, for cultural experiences and for adventure tours like trekking, cycling…

  • Hoa Binh Province belongs to the North-West of Vietnam. The capital city of the province is Hoa Binh Town, 74 km from Hanoi.

  • Hoa Binh Province has a tropical monsoon climate: summer from April through September, winter from October through March. In the summer, Hoa Binh is strongly affected by the foehn wind which causes dry air and hot temperatures.

  • Hoa Binh Province is home to the last stretches of mountains and forests in the Northwest before they reach the Red River Delta. The land is home to a profusion of ethnic groups like the Muong, Thai, Hmong, Dao, Kinh,… The provincial capital is Hoa Binh City, 76km southwest of Hanoi. Below you can find the available means of transportation between Hanoi and Hoa Binh City.

  • Mai Chau is a district of Hoa Binh Province and Mai Chau is also the name of an idyllic valley in Mai Chau District. The Mai Chau Valley is home to several White Thai communities who inhabit houses on stilts and whose livelihood has been cultivating wet rice for several hundred years.

  • A useful guide to Mai Chau hotels, practical information, candid photos for hotels and resorts in Mai Chau Vietnam.

  • Mai Chau is a district of Hoa Binh Province known for lovely valleys inhabited by Thai ethnic people. Mai Chau has a tropical monsoon climate: summer from late April through July, autumn from late August through October, winter from November through February, spring from March through April. From June through October, Mai Chau may be affected by tropical depressions or typhoons which may cause Route 6 flooded and landslides on this route.

  • Hoa Binh is in the Northwest of Vietnam, 76km southwest of Hanoi. Hoa Binh is home to the Muong and Thai ethnic groups whose cultures and villages are the draw cards of local tourism. Below is a list of what to see and things to do in Hoa Binh for the visitors: