Ha Tinh is located in the northern part of central Vietnam, about 340 km south of Hanoi, facing Nghe An, Quang Binh, Laos, and the Eastern Sea.

Situated at the east of Truong Son Mountain Range, Ha Tinh’s terrain is both narrow and sloping, tilting towards the east. To the west is a high mountain range (with average height of 1,500m), following with a range of hills, small and narrow elongated plain and coastal sandy banks.

When to go

Ha Tinh belongs to the tropical monsoon area. The annual average temperature is 23.7?C. There are two clear seasons:Raining season lasts from August to November. Annually average rainfall is from 2500mm to 2650mm, account to 54% of whole year.Dry season is from December to July next year. The weather is dry, hot and highly vaporizing West- Southern wind (blowing from Laos).

Best things to see

The province has such attractions as Vu Quang National Park, Ke Go reservoir, Hong Linh Mountain, interests inhering to poet Nguyen Du. There are also nice sandy beaches including Xuan Thanh, Thien Cam, Thach Hai or Deo Con.

Traveling to Ha Tinh, you may be interested in visiting some handicrafts villages such as Van Cham, Minh Long iron, Duc Lam cooper, Cam Trang pottery, Thai Yen wood, Ha silt, Ho cloth.

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