It seems that Ha Tinh has, in many periods of time, been selected and entrusted with important tasks by history. In return, it is endowed with favourable natural conditions and geographical positions with a mountainous region, a mid-land region and coastal plains. It has 145 kilometres of land bordering Laos, 137km of coastline, convenient waterways and land transport systems with the Cau Treo international border-gate, Xuan Hai Port, Vung Ang-Son Duong deep-water port complex, Highway 1A, Ho Chi Minh Road and the North-South railway.
Ha Tinh is rich in natural resources with iron and ilmenite in coastal areas, tin, gold, manganite and peat in the western districts, the Ke Go Nature Reserve and Vu Quang National Park with unique ecological systems. The Province boasts areas of specialty fruit trees, such as Phuc Trach grapefruit, Thach Ha persimmon, Bu Huong Son orange, Khe May orange and renowned landscapes such as the Hong Mountain, La River, Vu Mon Waterfall, Huong Tich Pagoda-Chan Tien, Tam Soa Wharf-Tung Linh, Tien Stream-Thien Tuong, the ecological health resort of Nuoc Sot Son Kim and beauty spots of Deo Ngang-Hoanh Son Quan and Quynh Vien-Chieu Trung. In addition, there is an area commemorating the great national poet Nguyen Du, the Dong Loc T-junction relic site and Thien Cam, Xuan Thanh and Deo Con beaches. Ha Tinh is really a land full of opportunities for investment and development and an attractive address for eco-tours of the region’s forests, sea and cultural attractions.