September autumn wakes up, a harvest season comes back the fragrance of rice. Around this time, looking around Northern provinces, tourists cannot help being attracted and fascinated by yellow color of immense rice fields in harvest season. This September, try travelling Northern provinces and choose the most beautiful rice paradise.
- Mu Cang Chai- A Paradise of Legendary Rice Fields
Mentioning to rice fields in the harvest season in Northern provinces, we must talk about Mu Cang Chai, Yen Bai province. Around 280 km from Hanoi capital, this place is well-known for lively and attractive landscapes and a paradise of rice fields. The best season of rice harvest is mid- September to the end of October.
A little girl and her mother in the rice field of Mu Cang Chai
Yen Bai has three famous rice fields in La Pan Tan, Mu Cang Chai and Tu Le. In the harvest season, rice terraced fields are covered with a yellow color. You should take part in harvesting activity together with local people if you choose homestay service.
A vast and golden rice field in Tu Le
Mu Cang Chai field in the harvest season
Almost local people in Northern mountainous provinces are minority ethnic people such as: H’mông, Red Dao, Ha Nhi, etc. Therefore, choosing homestay service may bring interesting experiences in cross culture, cuisine as well as customs. Besides sightseeing rice fields, you can travel other tourist attractions such as: Thac Ba lake, Pu Nhu waterfall or Khau Pha pass, etc.
Rice terraced field zoom-in at Mu Cang Chai
A simple hut
- Thai Binh- The Biggest Granary in Vietnam
With giant rice fields at Thai Thuy district, Thai Binh province, tourists will feel like being lost in an endless yellow carpet. Around the time at the end of October, in the rice harvest season, farmers are busy to prepare the next season.
Rice fields on Thai Thuy, Thai Binh province
Rice fields in harvest season
- Admire Rice Fields In Harvest Season In Mai Chau, Hoa Binh
Another famous tourist attraction in Northern mountainous areas for those who are planning to admire rice fields in the harvest season in the end of this year is Mai Chau, Hoa Binh province. Around 150 km from Hanoi capital, when stepping on Pom Coong hamlet, tourists will be excited at golden rice fields together with cool green color of trees in roadsides, sometimes it is brocade jackets of local people in the harvest season.
Take a stroll in yellow rice fields of Mai Chau
The harvest season on Mai Chau valley brings itself a fun and bustling atmosphere. Compared with rice terraced fields in Mu Cang Chai or vast rice fields in Thai Thuy, Mai Chau rice fields are flatter and smaller. Travelling deeply into hamlets such as Na Thia, Cha Long, Na Tang, etc., tourists will admire rice fields after rice fields that create a great golden carpet.
Mai Chau in the harvest season
- Romantic Rice Fields In Tam Coc- Bich Dong
Ninh Binh is not only famous for romantic landscapes in Tam Coc- Bich Dong but also creates friendly and peaceful feeling to tourists when boating on Ngo Dong river and see yellow rice fields in the harvest season. It is said that this place is one of the origin of water rice agriculture of Vietnam and remains until now.
Yellow rice fields along Tam Coc road
Rice fields that are viewed from high position
Rice harvest season here often comes soon; hence, tourists should visit Tam Coc- Bich Dong in August to mid- September. At that time, you both boat to sightsee rice field in the harvest season and see endless mountains together with famous caves here.
Rice fields in the harvest season as picturesque
The autumn is moving in gentle steps, it is time for harvest seasons in rice fields of Northern provinces. Try to escape from busy urban and daily work, together with friends travel wonderful landscapes.
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