Cao Bang

Cao Bang, located in the northeastern part of Vietnam, is a mesmerizing province that boasts breathtaking landscapes and a rich cultural heritage. This region is often referred to as the “gateway to the north,” as it shares borders with China and is the starting point of the famous Ban Gioc Waterfall. 

Cao Bang is known for its stunning karst mountains, deep valleys, and winding rivers that create a picturesque backdrop for exploration and adventure. The province is home to several ethnic minority groups, including the Tay, Nung, and Dao, each adding their unique traditions and customs to the vibrant tapestry of Cao Bang’s cultural heritage. 

Visitors can immerse themselves in the local way of life by visiting traditional villages, sampling authentic local cuisine, and engaging in cultural activities such as folk festivals and traditional music performances. Moreover, Cao Bang is also a hub for historical sites, including Pac Bo Cave, where Ho Chi Minh lived and worked during the Vietnam War. 

With its natural beauty, diverse ethnic cultures, and historical significance, Cao Bang offers an unforgettable experience for travelers seeking an off-the-beaten-path destination in Vietnam.

Tours to Cao Bang from Hanoi