Almost all travelers to Vietnam will choose to go to Sapa and Bac Ha this is two highlight mountainous towns amidst a wonderful landscape of mountains and a colorful population of minorities and especially impressive ethnic minority markets attended by local hill tribe people. This is an essential part of ethnic minorities' unique, colorful culture.
You are bound to feel great and find yourselves smaller among high Rock Mountains and to be surprised at white and breathtakingly waterfalls. Get off the boat to visit a village of the Tay Minority ( TrungDo village) by the river...
The market deeply shows the typical cultural features of the minorities in remote mountainous areas in Vietnam. Further more, you can enjoy seeing boys and girls in colourful costumes - different colours of the mountains. They attend the market Cancau market in the hope of finding "the other halves of their lifves" and this is also the time for them to chat, to exchange everything among different ethnic peoples through cups of wine sold in the market
Bac Ha market is considered as one of the most fascinating open–air, isolated market in the region. The sundat market, which still retains the local quaint and authentic being of the main tourist route, take places near China border and is attended by a wide range of hill tribes including some coming for the either side of the border. This will be of the most amazing market you've ever seen...(Departure on Thursday and Saturday from Hanoi)
Mount Fansipan is Vietnam’s highest peak located in the far north just a few kilometers from the center of Sapa. Mt. Fansipan, a very steep mountain that gets a lot of moisture. Those who wish to conquer it should be in good shape and well-prepared to have muddy wet feet. Once we reach the peak, the scenery is unbelievable.The sublime scenery here can be found nowhere else in the world. Remember to take a camera along.
Arrive in Sapa round 8:00 AM; Breakfast start at 10h30am to get to Laochai village. Enjoy the overall pictures of the villages among terraces. Visit the H'mong living in wooden and bamboo houses....
Sapa always reveals its splendid beauty in spring. Apricot, plum and cherry flowers are splendidly beautiful. Markets are crowded and merry, and are especially attractive to visitors. Minority groups come here to exchange and trade goods and products. Market sessions are also a chance for locals to promenade and young men and women in colorful costumes to meet, date or seek sweethearts.
Feature: Sapa is a beautiful former French hill-station. At an altitude of 1,650 m Sapa boasts warm days and cool evenings and all day fresh air. Nowadays, Sapa has become a favorite destination due to its inspiring scenery of mounatin ranges and terraced valley floors dotted with small ethnic villages. Sapa is home to several of ’s 54 ethnic minority groups, each with their own distinctive dress...
Note: This tour designed for un-professional one - but it is very adventurous and you still need to be fit and have strong will.
Within only 2 days, this journey will bring you a brief understanding of Sapa and its tribal peoples while enjoying its fascinating scenery, paying visit to Sapa town and 3 tribal villages of Black H’mong and Zay peoples which is well-known for its breathtaking scenery. You will spend 2 nights on the train in 4 bed cabin with air-conditioning and 1 night in a standard hotel in Sapa.
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