Hoa An Cao Bang, a mountainous district of Cao Bang Province is located in the northeast region of Vietnam. The district covers an area of 656 km², and offers a wide selection of beautiful off the beaten path tours such as Hoa An road trip, mountain hike, jungle trek, homestay, road cycling, community tour, charity project, volunteer works, educational travel.

Hoa An district is divided into 1 township and 20 communes including Nuoc Hai, Dan Chu, Duc Long, Cong Trung, Truong Luong, Binh Long, Nam Tuan, Dai Tien, Duc Xuan, Ngu Lao, Be Trieu, Vinh Quang, Hong Viet, Hoang Tung, Binh Duong, Bach Dang, Le Chung, Chu Trinh, Ha Tri, Quang Trung, Nguyen Hue, Hung Dao.

When to go

The geographical setting of Hoa An is mostly mountainous, with land available for habitation thus being limited. The average temperature reported in the province is 22 °C (72 °F). Winter temperatures in some areas occasionally experience freezing conditions and some amount of snowfall. The best time to travel to Hoa An is the dry season, starting from late September/early October to early May the following year.

Getting to Hoa An

The best way to get to Hoa An from Hanoi is to rent a car with driver. You will be picked up at your place in Hanoi and brought directly to Hoa An, Cao Bang. Those who are on budget can take a public bus from Hanoi to Cao Bang city, and from there either take another local bus or motor-taxi to get to Hoa An. There are also buses from the neighboring provinces in northern Vietnam.

Taking a guided tour to Hoa An is highly recommended. Traveling with a local guide is particularly helpful when you travel to an off the beaten path place like Hoa An Vietnam.

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