Meo Vac plays a crucial role in the development of tourism in Ha Giang. The predominant topography of Meo Vac district is limestone mountains, with the Nho Que River flowing through. Agricultural land covers approximately 12,100 hectares. Witnessing the emerald beauty of the Nho Que River and the majestic of the Ma Pi Leng Pass, or immersing oneself in the lively atmosphere of the local love markets, are always fascinating experiences when visiting the town of Meo Vac in Ha Giang.
The Nho Que River in Meo Vac, gracefully flowing beneath the Ma Pi Leng Pass throughout the year, creates a boundary of serene blue amidst the challenging mountain passes.
The Ma Pi Leng Pass is located on the Happiness Road connecting Ha Giang city, Dong Van, and the town of Meo Vac. This area is also known as the king of treacherous roads in Vietnam.
Another famous landmark that you shouldn’t miss when traveling to Meo Vac in Ha Giang is the Tu San Gorge, situated between Dong Van and Meo Vac. With an altitude of 1500m and a depth of 700-900m. Nestled in the challenging mountainous terrain of Northeast Vietnam, it creates a picturesque landscape akin to a masterpiece painting.