Best time to see the rice terraces in North Vietnam
Are you traveling to Vietnam and you do not know when to see the rice terraces in North Vietnam?
This article will answer your question: when to see the rice terraces in North Vietnam
April to the end of May: Rice terraces as mirrors of the sky
Farmers begin to prepare their land for rice cultivation: Bring water from springs or rain into their terraced rice fields to facilitate tillage, harrow and fertilization and then preparation of transplanting.
That’s why the rice fields then become giant mirrors – an extraordinary image under the reflection of the sky. Go to North Vietnam right now, you can participate in the work with the ethnic minorities as transplanting, plowing and especially you will have beautiful pictures: Man, Nature in the beautiful setting of authentic Vietnam
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Between June and Juilet: The shades of green
In this period, everywhere in northern Vietnam, rice is well transplanted and it is the moment of growth of rice. You will see all the different shades of green depending on the offset of the transplanting
Between August and September, October: The yellowed rice is like covered with a layer of gold powder
The rice matures, it is that the rice fields yellow with the last heat of the summer. Also the harvest period: The show begins: the women sitting in the rice terraces cut the rice, or the rice-covered palms on both sides on their shoulders, the children keep the buffalo or help their parents to harvest the rice, the men beat the rice and tranport with the help of the buffalo at home!
Best destinations to see the rice terraces in North Vietnam
For centuries, the creation of rice terraces – the wonders of Vietnam has been carried out from generation to generation by ethnicities: Hmong, Dao, Thai, Chi, San Chi …., Creating giant frescoes on the slopes of the mountains of an altitude of 1000-1600 m
The area of rice terraces in northern Vietnam is estimated at about 10,000 ha, of which about 2,200 ha are in the Mu Cang Chai district alone, about 765 ha are in Hoang Su Phi and about 1,000 ha in Sa Pa
The rice terraces in Vietnam of these three regions: Mu Cang Chai (Yen Bai Province), Hoang Su Phi (Ha Giang) and Sa Pa (Lao Cai) have been recognized and appreciated as “the pinnacle of beauty born of the nature and work of men “.
Not only in these best areas, you can admire beautiful rice terraces in the following: Dong Van, Quan Ba, Bao Lake, Trung Khanh, Bac Son, Mai Chau, Bac Ha.