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Overview of Sapa

High in the mountains of North-West Vietnam, Sapa is home to a number of ethnic minority communities specializing in hand-weaving and Sapa is famed for its spectacular vistas and excellent trekking, including the opportunity to climb Fansipan Mountain, South-East Asia’s highest peak. In winter the fog rolls in and Sapa becomes a romantic, mist-shrouded retreat perfect for nights around the fireplace. Head here for authentic homestays, a wide variety of walking tours around in typical villages and markets and spectacular views over terraced rice-paddies.

WHY SAPA

Perfect for trekking and soft adventures lovers 

To experience the night trains as a local to Lao Cai

For a total immersion in villages and dailylife of local communities 

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WHAT IS THERE TO SEE ?

High in the mountains of North-West Vietnam, Sapa is home to a number of ethnic minority communities specializing in hand-weaving and Sapa is famed for its spectacular vistas and excellent trekking, including the opportunity to climb Fansipan Mountain, South-East Asia’s highest peak. In winter the fog rolls in and Sapa becomes a romantic, mist-shrouded retreat perfect for nights around the fireplace. Head here for authentic homestays, a wide variety of walking tours around in typical villages and markets and spectacular views over terraced rice-paddies.
Land Area

24.02 km2

Population

0.0529 m

When To Go

OCT - MAR

ACCOMMODATION IN SAPA

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