On this trip you will trek along Muong Hoa River sneaking through the valley nearby Sapa town, which is surrounded by huge rice paddy terraces. On the way you will learn more about how is the rice cultivating, from when the seed sowed to harvested, until being served as cooked rice on your dinner table...
Trekking through beautiful terrace rice fields, landscapes, meeting smiling and warm-hearted Black Hmong and Red Dzao people, talking with them to understand more about their way of life, their customs and traditions.
Fansipan itself is an attraction of Sapa area as well as Northern Vietnam. The peak is a part of Hoang Lien mountain range, which is under the protection of Hoang Lien National Park. The trip offers you an opportunity to explore the beautiful nature and challenge yourself.
Are you interested in adventure trekking? If you are, this tour is a big challenge for you. Try your best to climb to the highest peak of the Indochina. Fansipan is a mountain in Vietnam and called “the Roof of Indochina” at 3 143 m. It is to be approved as one of the very few ecotourism spots of Vietnam, with about 2,024 floral varieties and 327 faunal species. From here you will have a great view over the Sapa town.
Enjoy beautiful landscape and spectacular view of Hoang Lien mountain range; visiting Hmong local hill tribe village.
Taphin is an unique village where 2 ethnic groups, Black Hmong and Red Dzao minorities live their own way with no cultural mixture. You will experience how different they are in many ways by visiting local houses.
Trekking through beautiful rice terrace fields, landscapes, meeting smiling and warm-hearted Black Hmong and Red Dzao people, talking with them to understand a bit more about their way of life, their customs and traditions.
Bac Ha market, located in the center of Bac ha small town is the largest one in the area. Every Sunday, the different and colorful ethnic minorities come all here to sell their homemade products or buy something for the families. They are Hmong, Phu La, Black Dzao, Tay or Nung. Some of these ethnic minorities can't be met in any other areas.
Although Can Cau is not a big market in the area but it is very beautiful, animated and colorful. The market is open only on Saturday. You will meet there several ethnic minorities such as Flower Hmong, Black Dzao, Phu La as well as Chinese people. Another highlight is the boat trip along Chay River and a short walk to a Tay village.
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