Time of grain season usually start from September 15 to October 20, however there’s a bit of change every year. You can contact Mu Cang Chai Tours or also call few hotels at there to ask the rice status, or leave your questions in the comment section, We will find out for you. If you can’t visit on the grain season, you can visit on May to August, when H’mong people start sowing, to sightsee green terraces, very beautiful too.
In the harvest time of the rice crop, travelers take the visit to Mu Cang Chai from late September to early October to see and take photographs of waves of terraced rice fields, as this is when the fields turn brilliant yellow and shine in their fullest beauty. This is also the time when the fields become full of life as H'Mong ethnic minority farmers in their traditional attire harvest the ripe rice grains, and shoulder bags of the fruit home through mountains and hills as well as over swinging suspension bridges. It is normal to see ethnic minority mothers use cloth as a cradle to carry their infants on their back when they are harvesting paddy in the fields in the northwest of Vietnam. Children of the farmers run here and there in the fields, chatting with their parents and giggling in tune with the joy of their parents during the harvest season.