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Charity Tours


  • Time: 2 Days 3 Nights
  • Vehicle: Oto
  • Point to: Ha Giang
  • Departure schedule: Weekly
Price only from: Contact

Charity Tours 

Are you nurturing the idea of spreading love and care in the majestic land of Ha Giang? Do you aspire to personally deliver meaningful gifts to the little ones in this area? However, are you unsure of where to begin? Let Meditours Ha Giang accompany you on a meaningful volunteer journey.

Meditours Ha Giang – The bridge of love:

  • A unique combination of volunteer tourism: Providing an experience that combines exploring the beauty of Ha Giang with sowing the seeds of love for the community.
  • Commitment to the “right person, right time”: Meditours has diligently researched and selected schools and difficult circumstances to ensure the effectiveness of volunteer activities.
  • Transparency and reliability: Meditours commits to financial transparency, updating images and videos of the school-building process for the benefactors.
  • Wholehearted support: Throughout the journey, Meditours supports you in all preparation and execution of volunteer activities.
  • Allocate 10% of profits: Contribute to supporting charitable initiatives, embodying the spirit of “giving lasts forever.”

Meditours Ha Giang pledges:

  • Beneficiary schools: State-owned schools, ensuring practicality and effectiveness.
  • Meaningful journey: Combining travel and volunteerism, providing an unforgettable experience.
  • Tangible benefits: Supporting underprivileged children, contributing to community development.

Why should you choose Ha Giang charity tour?  

When it comes to Ha Giang, people often immediately think of the majestic Dong Van – Meo Vac karst plateau, where Lung Cu is located – the northernmost point of the country. This place possesses enchanting landscapes that captivate numerous domestic and international tourists. However, behind this splendid beauty lies a Ha Giang facing many challenges, being one of the poorest provinces in the country.

Therefore, combining tourism with charity in Ha Giang is becoming a meaningful activity, attracting many travelers. With short travel times, convenient transportation routes, and the untouched, magnificent scenery, Ha Giang is an ideal destination for those who want to experience travel combined with community support.

Tourists can visit schools, donate books, stationery, and study supplies to the children, or reach out to disadvantaged families, providing both material and spiritual support.

How many days is reasonable for a Ha Giang charity tour? 

Depending on how far or near the school is, how easy the road is, and how much time Meditourshagiang has to do, the two most popular charity tours are: 

Ha Giang charity tour 2 days 2 nights 

Day 1:

  • 10:00 PM: Gather at the meeting point and embark on a promising journey. On the bus, engage in conversations, bond with each other, and nurture beautiful plans for the volunteer trip.

Day 2:

  • 6:00 AM – 7:00 AM: Arrive at the school location, immerse yourself in the fresh air of the mountainous forest. Meet the local guide, a companion throughout the exploration of Ha Giang.
  • 9:00 AM: Visit, encourage, and distribute gifts to the students at the school location. 
  • 12:00 PM: Enjoy lunch with local specialties. Check in at the hotel, rest, and prepare for the exploration journey.
  • Afternoon: Visit famous tourist spots along the way, capturing beautiful moments of Ha Giang.

Day 3:

  • Participate in tourist activities, exploring the majestic beauty of Ha Giang.
  • 4:00 PM: Board the bus back to Hanoi, concluding the meaningful journey.

Ha Giang charity tour 3 days 3 nights 

Compared to the 2 days 2 nights tour, the 3 days 3 nights Ha Giang charity tour offers outstanding advantages such as more rest time, reduced hardship, expanded sightseeing opportunities,…  

What is the appropriate time for the Ha Giang charity tour?

Meditours suggests meaningful charity tour programs for children and schools in Ha Giang, Vietnam:

  1. Spring Comes to Your Village:

   – Time: Before Tet (Lunar New Year).

   – Purpose: Provide warm shoes and new clothes for children to welcome Tet.

   – Note: Bring plenty of warm clothing, spare shoes, or plastic boots as the weather is cold and drizzle may occur.

  1. School Connection Tour:

   – Purpose: Support children facing difficult circumstances to continue attending school.

  – Significance: Help children have the opportunity to change their lives through education.

  1. Mid-Autumn Festival for You:

   – Purpose: Bring the joy of the Mid-Autumn Festival to children in highland areas who have limited opportunities for social care.

   – Experience: Provide an indescribable happiness for those participating in the tour.