This lovely journey will definitely bring you the great view to Muong Hoa valley and one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Sapa. The trip is the combination with trekking and visiting for you to explore and to enjoy the stunning view of Sapa landscape.
This Sunday market is Bac Ha’s big draw. Bac Ha market is a magnet for the local hill tribe people, above all the exotically attired Flower Hmong. They gather at the market to trade goods and handmade products. There are a lot of handicrafts for sale, but
it is still pretty much a local affair. The market begins at sunrise and winds down by 2 pm.
The best Of Sapa will bring travellers unique experiences about different ethnic remote villages of the Red Dzao and the Hmong together with spectacular scenery of Sapa with mountains, rice fields, pine trees, waterfall
Taphin is located 10km away from Sapa town in the Northeast. This village is known as a traditional village which is rich in culture and history. Besides, Taphin village is developing with community based tourism and eco - tourism as a advantage of this village. Visiting Taphin today, travellers will enjoy the spectacular of landscape, get to know about culture, history, handicrafts with homestay experience with Red Dzao people.
Explore the Charm of Sapa with the trekking road down to valleys, terraced paddy fields till remote villages to enjoy the best view about Sapa landscape and experience interestingly at homestay of the ethnic.
Set on the bottom of Hoang Lien Son mountain with overlooking Muong Hoa river, Soi’s homestay is an amazing destination for travelers who love to stay in
a quiet space close to the nature and the ethnic villagers in Tavan village of Sapa and love to experience the mountainous life. Our homestay is original and is over 70 years old. It is well equipped with basic facilities such as shared bath room with hot shower, western toilet, warm mattress, pillow, blanket in dorm room together with my family. The house has a nice terrace and small garden in front where you park your bike only. 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 the seed was sowed to harvested, until being served as cooked rice on your dining table. The night you spend in Tavan village, the unique village in Sapa area where Giay minority live, will be an authentic experiece with Mrs Soi’s family.
Coc Ly is located in Coc Ly commune, Bac Ha district, Lao Cai province. To come to Coc Ly market, travellers have to take a boat on Chay river about 10km from Bao Nhai. Coc Ly is a market of the ethnic minority people who live in the north west of Bac Ha. This market gathers every tuesday weekly by the suspension bridge hanging over the Chay river.
Coc ly market is a place where the ethnic minority people like Hmong, Dzao, Tay, Nung come here to trade goods, the local specialities, livestock in the exciting asmosphere with the green color of nature.....
Sapa with the outstanding feature is terraced rice fields that make travelers very impressive. They are the heritage of Vietnam. Enjoy your trip with different experiences by trekking through these rice fields, explore Sapa ethnic minority culture of Hmong, Red Dao people...
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 Vietnam’s 54 ethnic minority groups, each with their own distinctive dress, customs and dialects making it a colorful mosaic of culture. Sapa is also renowned for its trekking. With South East Asia’s highest peak, Mt. Fanxipan (3,143 m) providing the perfect backdrop for some great trekking routes. This 2 day trek with outdoor camping offers all of the challenges and rewards of any hike. And, at the summit you be one of the few to have reached up and touched the clouds marking the roof of Indochina.