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Somewhere on the Da River
By Hai Duong
Sunday,  Sep 20, 2020,14:05 (GMT+7)

Somewhere on the Da River

By Hai Duong

Tourists on a sightseeing boat trip on the Da River - PHOTOS: HAI DUONG

The Da River with a total length of 910 kilometers is the biggest tributary of the Red River, the most famous river in northern Vietnam. Originating from China’s Yunnan Province, the river goes down south to Vietnam’s northwestern region. Its section in Vietnam stretches 527 kilometers winding around mountains in Son La and Hoa Binh provinces. Everywhere the river passes, it leaves charming landscapes.

Tourists can admire the river’s eye-pleasing scenery by taking a boat trip or riding a motorbike across a path along the river.

A flamboyant tree in full bloom by the river
A gorgeous view of the Da River
A young traveler explores a path across the Da River by motorbike
Vast corn fields in Hoa Binh’s Mai Chau District along the waterway
A fair on the river’s bank is one of the venues travelers may explore the local lifestyle
Go Lao cascade hidden in a forest where the Da River passes through


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