Sapa Tours - Best Sapa Daily Travel Packages 2023/2024

Wonderful Trip to Sapa for Nature Lovers

Hanoi > Y Linh Ho > Lao Chai > Ta Van 3 Days/ 2 Nights
Hanoi > Sapa > Cat Cat > Lao Chai > Ta Van 2 Days/ 3 Nights
Hanoi - Sapa - Cat Cat - Lao Chai - Ta Van 2 Days/ 1 Night
Hanoi > Cat Cat > Lao Chai > Ta Van villages > Muong Hoa valley 3 Days/ 4 Nights
Sapa - Bac Ha - Ham Rong mountain 4 days
Sapa - Cat Cat - Coc Ly market 4 days

Highlights

  • The natural landscape of Sapa is combined with the creativity of the people, like an image arranged in harmonious and romantic scenarios, with the relief of the hills and the green of the forest.
  • There is nothing like enjoying the health benefits of fresh mountain air in a comfortable and beautiful environment.
  • A fun day of trekking in the local ethnic villages where you can experience the lively markets and way of life of the locals.

 

Tips

  • Please familiarize yourself with the destination and its culture before traveling to Sapa.
  • Before going to Sapa, make sure to check the weather, good restaurants, and nice homestays.
  • Remember to bring bug spray if you are going to the mountains.
  • If you want to go trekking or hiking, you should wear high-quality shoes. Whatever you do, your footwear will have an impact on your journey.
  • Be sure to bring more water and don’t forget a camera. It would be a real shame if you didn’t take any pictures of the gorgeous rice terraces here

 

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Best time to visit Sapa

Sapa is best visited between March and May, and September and November. The weather is relatively stable at this time of year, with sunny days and cool nights. The first period is the autumn season. The weather is very pleasant for tourism at this time of year.

Sapa weather

Sapa weather

You can experience the dry season in the south while also having the opportunity to witness a rare moment of beauty in Sapa. Between the middle of December and early January, snow and snowfalls are common. They typically last about 1-2 days.

Best places to visit in Sapa

Mount Fansipan

Fansipan

Fansipan

Fansipan, also known as the “Roof of Indochina,” is the highest mountain in the region, rising to a height of 3,143m in the heart of the Hoang Lien Son Range. Trekkers can admire the unique flora and fauna system and discover our scenic mountain passes along the way.

Ethnic Villages

Cat Cat, Sin Chai, Ta Van, Ta Phin, Ban Ho, Y Linh Ho, and Giang Ta Chai are some unspoiled ethnic villages to visit. Cat Cat and Sin Chai are close to the town centre, whereas other villages will take more time to reach.

Ham Rong Mountain

View of Sapa from Ham Rong

View of Sapa from Ham Rong

Ham Rong Mountain, located in the town centre, is a must-see when visiting this wonderful town. Ham Rong is about 2000 meters tall and has a diverse plant and flower system. Climbing to the top of this mountain provides a panoramic view of Sapa, which is shrouded in mist and surrounded by lush green scenery of forests and rice terraces.

Sapa Church

Sapa church

Sapa church

Built in 1895, Sapa Church has retained its French Gothic architecture to this day. It is considered the most recognizable feature of the city. In front of the church is a square where locals gather to sing and dance at festivals and sell traditional brocades.

Muong Hoa Valley

Muong Hoa Valley

Muong Hoa Valley

Hoa Stream, which runs through Ta Van, Lao Chai, and Hao Thao villages, is the valley’s defining feature. This area has been designated as a national treasure in need of local protection.

Best food in Sapa

 Five-color sticky rice (xôi ngũ sắc)

Xoi ngu sac

Xoi ngu sac

This is the Tay ethnic people’s traditional dish. It gets its name from the fact that it has five colours. According to their beliefs, these five colours represent the five elements of life: yellow is earth, green is plant, red is fire, white is metal, and purple is water. This colourful sticky rice is made without the use of any chemicals; only natural leaves and flowers are used.

Salmon

Salmon hotpot

Salmon hotpot

It may sound strange, but in Sapa, you can really find fresh and delicious salmon. Sapa has successfully bred salmon varieties from Scandinavia all year round thanks to the cool climate. Sapa salmon is nutrient-rich, low-fat, and delicious. Salmon can be prepared in a variety of ways, including grilled salmon, salad, sashimi, baked salmon, and curried salmon.

 ‘Carried-under-arm’ pork (lợn cắp nách)

Grilled pork

Grilled pork

Because the pig is small, it is said to be ‘carried under arm’. Because these pigs are raised in the hills or forests, their meat is tender and low in fat.

Dried Buffalo Meat (Thit Trau Gac Bep)

Dried buffalo meat

Dried buffalo meat

It is also known as dried buffalo meat or smoked buffalo meat. It was initially invented to preserve food during rainy days. The meat is usually seasoned with salt, garlic, pepper, and ginger by the black Thai people.

We hope the above article provides you with useful information about Sapa. If you are interested in Sapa tours, don’t hesitate to contact us.

 

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