NGHIA LO, GATEWAY TO THE " PHOTOGRAPHERS' ROAD"
Nghia Lo is an essential stop on your fabulous trip to the north of Vietnam and more particularly on the "Photographers' Road" of which it is the entry point. The second largest rice granary in North Vietnam, Nghia Lo enchants travelers with its vast expanses of undulating rice fields and the hospitality of the Thai ethnic group, the majority in this region.
The breathtaking "photographers' road".
Travelers from Hanoi often stop in Nghia Lo before taking the famous "Photographers' Road". This 100-kilometre road separates Nghia Lo from Mu Cang Chai and offers some of the most spectacular views in all of Vietnam. A fantastic mountain road that, after passing through the village of Tu Lé, takes you over three breathtaking passes: Khau Pha, Khau Than and Khau Song. Along the way, many stops are planned so that you can admire the amphitheaters of rice terraces. It is a grandiose spectacle to see these mountains sculpted by the sole force of man's hand, whose colours and shades change according to the season.