Things To Do & To Visit In Sapa

1.Trekking Fansipan Mountain

Conquering the roof of Indochina is the dream of many young people. Only a few more fans will be put into operation. If you like to challenge and win yourself, then hesitate not to go. This September combines Fansipan trekking, watching the sea of clouds and ripe rice fields. What’s great?

2. Watch The Terraces Of The World’s Most Magnificent

Terraces rice fields in Sa Pa are honored to be one of the world’s greatest. Nature not only gives the people in this land the ideal landscape and climate. But they gave them skillful hands. Hundreds of years, they weave masterpieces – these are steps leading up to the sky. September harvest of rice, the green fields replaced by yellow color. This is the best time to visit Sa Pa.

3. Trekking To Top Of Ham Rong Mountain

Observing the town from the 1800m high hut on Ham Rong Mountain is an interesting experience that anyone who comes to Sa Pa should try. Town in a different perspective. The roads, hotels, tourist resorts are small at your feet. Not only that, on Ham Rong Mountain you also see the flower garden full of color and wool through the rocky ravine at Thach Lam Rock Garden.

4. Enjoy The View Of Sunrise And Sunset

The early morning winds will make you shiver slightly. Hold on to the warm coffee cup, the omelet dish next to it, looking out the window from the hotel. You will meet a gentle Sa Pa in the early morning. Wait until the afternoon, the sun disappears after the Hoang Lien Son range. Sapa is dyed by a purple, there is something romantic

5. Walking Tour In Sapa

Walking tours in Sapa will bring you unforgettable experiences. Sapa is one of the longest walking destinations in the world. Sapa will be there for a dozen kilometers, walk from morning to afternoon, go through town, villages, rice paddies, small streams, bridges … walk to slow down, observe and Learn more about the life and culture of indigenous people here. The attractive tourist attractions include Sapa ancient town, Cat Cat village, Muong Hoa valley, Ta Van and Ta Phin.

6. Stay With Local People

Arrive Sa Pa, sleep homestay in the home of an ethnic minority. Eat traditional, refreshing food. Waking in the village far from the town center will be a wonderful experience that you can not forget when coming to this land. The homestay service in Sapa is very developed, you can rest assured about the hygiene of housing and food.

7. Silver Waterfall And Love Waterfall

Silver Falls and Love Falls about 12km from town center, located on the way to Lai Chau. Visiting these two cascades will not only make you feel like you are in the direction of cool water vapor. But also heard the legendary story of love falls, where the seventh fairy goddess meets the woodcutter. Due to his passion for flute, but the heavenly ban, she turned into yellow feathered bird and fly over the mountain with chipping O Quy Ho.

8. Visit O Quy Ho Pass

Along the way to Lai Chau, across the Silver Waterfalls and Love Waterfall you will visit the peak of O Qui Ho Pass. One of the four great mountain pass in Vietnam. Standing on the top of the pass, you will see the sugar-drinking routes connecting the two provinces of Lao Cai and Lai Chau. Next to it is the Hoang Lien Son range.

9. Enjoy Sapa Local Cuisine

It will be a pity if you miss the specialties such as spicy beef, salmon – streams, Ban Pig … along with the barbecue grill at night in the center of the town. Sa Pa is very suitable to enjoy hot pot dishes or grilled salsa with corn wine.

10. Discover A Non-Tourist Sapa

If climbing Fansipan, walking around the town center and the village tour does not bring you a new feeling when tours to Sa Pa. There is a place in Sa Pa not tourists, no noise, no smoke, no trade … that is the village in Thanh Kim, Nam Sai, Nam Cang … Will only you, forest stream, terraced fields and Hoang Lien Son mountain range. A peaceful Sapa, only 20 to 30km from the town center along the old rock road, Muong Hoa valley.



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