Sapa – The Beauty of The District Town

At an altitude of 1,650 m in Vietnam’s remote northwest mountains, Sa Pa, which is a frontier township, is well- known for a breathtaking, rugged scenery and cultural diversity. With hill tribes, as well as rice terraces, lush vegetation, Fansipan- the highest peak in Indochina, Sapa has already become a tourist hotspot attracting a number of foreigners every year. If you are curious and have an intention of traveling here, it is recognized that Sapa Package Tours always offer customers the best service and an enduring experience in mind.

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The Weather

It is highly seasonal. In winter (from November to February), the weather is constantly cold, wet and foggy (some years, the temperature can drop to freeze and there is snow). That is one reason why visitors especially lovers come to here in winter if they are fortunate, they see white snow. For the summer, the sky here is clearer and warmer. The best time to visit Sa Pa is in summer months from August to December because the views are more gorgeous than they are any other time of year. We are coming near the August, so contact Sapa 2 Days 3 Nights right now to reserve in advance.

Stunning scenery

Sa Pa not only has a unique climate but also ranks along Ha Long Bay and Hoi An in terms of attracting tourists solely on the merit of its natural beauty and surrounding attractions. Foreigners loving a risk game are undeniably keen on trekking Fansipan- the highest peak to catch beautiful view in the mountain. Now, Fansipan is equipped with a cable car system, which serves children and visitors who do not have the time or the health conditions. “Nui Ham Rong”, “Old Sapa Church” and“Cong Troi” are also basic symbols of Hoang Lien Son Mountain. Coming to “Nui Ham rong”, you have a good chance to see the houses hidden in fog, the flowers and fruits knitted together and have a feeling as if you are lost in a fairy forest on earth.

Ethnic minorities

The difference from Ha Long Bay and Hoi An, Sapa is a home of many ethnic minorities. Eight different ethnic minority groups are found in Sa Pa: H’mong, Dao, Tay, Giay, Muong, Thai, Hoa (ethnic Chinese), and Xa Pho. They work their land on sloping terraces since the vast majority of the land is mountainous. Therefore, take a trip with Sapa Vietnam Tours, besides pay a visit for an above stunning scenery, you are likely to see picturesque terraced field and enjoy ethnic minorities’ customs like Mong Festival, “Nao Cong Festival”…. That certainly leaves you an unforgettable experience only in Vietnam.

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