“We could honestly go on and on about my time with TrekkingSapa. It truly was one of the biggest highlights of my trip to Vietnam. Although it was foggy and the trek was difficult due to the rain, Sapa’s beauty was not in any way diminished. What made the whole trip better was the experience of meeting Mu and learning about her and her culture as it gave me a fresh perspective and an appreciation for life. Thank you to Mu and the TrekkingSapa team for putting together such an amazing tour. I wish you all the best and hope to see the company go from strength to strength.”
Mr.Richard Kemp -United Kingdom
Located in the northwest highlands, Sapa carries in her wild beauty, majestic and also full of mystery. This beauty has created a great attraction and charm to not only domestic tourists but also international tourists. What is interesting about Sapa tours? TrekkingSapa is convinced that only the three most interesting things in Sapa, visitors to plan a trip to Sapa.
Conquer the “roof of Indochina” – Fansipan
“Indochinese crown” – Fansipan peak 3,143m high, Hoang Lien Son mountain range, the highest peak in the three Indochina. Fansipan about 9km southwest of Sapa town center.
Currently, there are two ways to conquer Fansipan that is climbing or taking the cable car. If you have good health, time to relax and want to challenge yourself, visitors can choose to Fansipan. Believe this journey will give visitors many memorable memories.
Understanding the culture of ethnic minorities
In addition to the Kinh, Sapa has five ethnic minorities including H’Mong, Tay, Giay, Pho, Dao Do. Join the tour Sapa, visitors will discover the village, visitors can learn more about the habits of life, customs, traditional trades and the cultural characteristics of ethnic minorities. Some famous minority villages in Sapa such as:
Sin Chai Village: 4 km from the center of town, Sin Chai Village is a peaceful and pristine village. Sin Chai is mainly inhabited by H’Mong people. Sin Chai Nature Park is considered a “vivid and perfect natural landscape” with mountains, forests, rice paddies, intermingled with gray roofs and kitchen smoke diffused.
>>> See more: Fansipan by cable car – Sin Chai village
Ta Van village: Located under the beautiful Muong Hoa valley, Ta Van will make visitors feel overwhelmed by the beauty of the terraced fields. Ta Van is home to ethnic Giay.
>>> See more: Have a wonderful Sapa tour 1 day in Ta Van Village
Ta Phin: Because of the beauty that makes people wonder, Ta Phin is a stopping place for many photographers and enthusiasts to explore. Beside rice terraces, Ta Phin has many mysterious natural caves with cliffs engraved with strange shapes.
>>> See more: Ta Phin Monastery – a mystery at the center of Sapa
Besides exploring the villages, participating in festivals, especially the Sapa weekend market, is also a way to help visitors learn more about the unique culture of ethnic minorities in the uplands.
Watch the beautiful terraces
Sapa tours, guests will admire the beauty of the specialty here: terraced fields. Terraces are one of the “wonderful” features sparkling and wonderful. This is also the typical image of the North West in general and Sapa in particular. Recently, the travel magazine of America has voted terraced fields in Vietnam as one of the most beautiful terraced systems in the world. The terraces system in Sapa as a “living picture of nature” is embroidered by the brain and hand and the industriousness of the farmer.
Come to Sapa and find an answer “Sapa tours have something interesting” for yourself!