Cao Bang

Cao Bang is a province in the northeast region of Vietnam, bordering China. It is known for its stunning natural beauty, with mountains, rivers, waterfalls, and caves. The landscape is dominated by limestone formations, including the famous Ban Gioc Waterfall, located on the border with China. The province is home to several ethnic minority groups, including the Tay, Hmong, Dao, and Nung, each with their own unique cultures and traditions. The local markets are a great place to experience the colorful costumes and handicrafts of these communities. Cao Bang played an important role in Vietnam's history, as it was the site of many battles during the country's struggle for independence from France. Visitors can learn more about this period at the Pac Bo Cave, where Ho Chi Minh lived and worked in the early days of the revolution.

Hightlight tours in Cao Bang