Sapa is the vacation spot famous for the illusory beauty of the Northwest Mountains and forests. It’s a colourful destination with the cultural beauty of the ethnic minorities.
Lying in the Northwest, the town of Sapa (Lao Cai Province) is about 376km from the capital Hanoi.
In addition to our your itinerary, we also offer additional options to enrich your trip.
・Meeting Point: Your hotel in Sapa
・Return Info: return to meeting point
+ Minium pax in this tour: 2 pax
+ Please provide the name and the address of the hotel you're staying in Sapa
+ Child under 2 years old with no need of additional bed is free of charge, please let us know upon booking.
+ 2 people in a room. If there's one more person in the group, we will provide additional bed without any charge.
+ Please let us know if you need Chinese-speaking tour guide.
+ This tour is not recommend for pregnant women, guests with walking disabilities, heart problems, or other serious medical conditions
1. Option 1: discover Fansipan (included lunch)
Fansipan Mountain is located in the southwest of Sapa town, Sa Pa district, Lao Cai province. With a length of 280 km from Phong Tho to Hoa Binh and the foothill's horizontal width of about 75km in the widest, it consists of 3 massifs: Bach Moc Luong Tu, Fansipan and Pu Luong. Whole massive roof is exciting attraction in Sapa for tourists, which hides much strange impression. Yet the most exotic and mysterious one is Fansipan Mountain.
2. Option 2: visit Ham Rong mountain (lunch included)
Ham Rong Mountain, right next to Sapa town center, is a famous eco-tourist site in Sapa, Vietnam that attracts millions of visitors each year. The place is well-known for its beauty and fascinating and thrilling legends. When you come here, you can enjoy a Panorama View over Sapa Town, visit Ham Rong Flower Garden, wander around Love Market and also visit the Heaven Gate- which becomes more attractive for tourists to enjoy the spectacular view of Hoang Lien Son range.
3. Option 3: Sapa Glass Bridge – A new highlight for your trip to Sapa in 2020
The Sapa Glass Bridge (also called Cau Kinh Rong May which means Dragon in Cloud Glass Bridge) is located at O Quy Ho Pass which is only about 17km from Sapa town center.
At the moment, Sapa Glass Bridge is the longest Glass Bridge in Indochina. This bridge is not so big, only 60m long and 5m wide, however, at the height of more than 2000m above the sea level, the view from Sapa Glass Bridge is absolutely stunning! Besides, the Glass Bridge is about 60m far from the cliff bringing the 360o panorama view to the guests.
For people who come here in cloud hunting season (from October to December), the Sapa Glass Bridge is definitely the best option beside the Fansipan Peak. With the special design of the bridge, when you come here for cloud hunting, you may find out yourself dive deep in the cloud sea.
4. Option 4: Colorful Bac Ha Market: A Rare Taste of Northern Vietnam (included lunch)
Bac Ha Market is one of the biggest and most well known in all of North Vietnam. Bac Ha Market, which takes place once a week on Sunday morning, is one of the biggest and busiest in the region. The energy and color of the Flower Hmong People give the area a unique vibrancy. Bac Ha Market is at its finest very early as the local minority tribes bring their livestock, wares and rice wine to sell each week. Although there are things to buy in the form of handicrafts and souvenirs, the best quality products can be found in Sapa. Bac Ha Market is not really a place for shopping, but is a great location to visit if you are happy to people watch and take in the energy and vibrancy of the occasion
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