Every autumn in Yen Bai, a paragliding festival takes place, visitors can experience flying over the passes and watching the rice ripen on terraced fields.
Tu Le town belongs to the Van Chan district (Yen Bai province), located between 3 high mountains Khau Pha, Khau Than, and Khau Son. This place is famous for a valley of nearly 3000 hectares with beautiful natural scenery
Coming to Tu Le highland, we can meet golden terraced fields, cotton rice fields laden with harvest grain and the faint scent of nuggets and new rice in the wind.
Visitors can immerse themselves in daily activities with the people here, enjoy the sweet aroma of new rice or enjoy a simple, fragrant sticky rice that is famous throughout the country of the Thai ethnic group.
On the holiday of September 2, many tourists choose to go to Tu Le, travel, see the golden rice fields and experience paragliding.
The paragliding festival is usually held twice a year, in the rainy season when the terraces are rising for the new season and in the ripe rice season, when the green and yellow colors are dyeing the landscape here.
Khau Pha Pass is known as one of the “four great peaks” in Vietnam. This pass is located between Van Chan district and Mu Cang Chai district, Yen Bai is a long, winding and most beautiful pass chosen to perform the adventure sport of paragliding.
From this flight point, pilots and tourists can enjoy a panoramic view of Lim Mong valley during the ripe rice season
The kids are excited to see paragliders in the sky
According to locals, this year, the number of tourists coming here has not been crowded, but it has prospered much better than in the years with the Covid-19 epidemic. “Currently, we are preparing to harvest rice to make nuggets to sell to tourists in mid-September,” said Ms. Mua Cua Sua.
Tu Le town not only has a beautiful natural landscape that attracts tourists to experience sightseeing but also a land of gentle and hospitable people.
Peaceful scenery of the Northwest highland countryside
Keyword: Photo: National Day holiday on September 2, go to Yen Bai to watch paragliders fly over golden terraced fields