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How to get here by tour

Very easy and popular. There are variety of travel agents organize tours from Hanoi to Sapa

And here are some popular Sapa tours 

Sapa Cat Cat – Lao Chai Ta Van Village 3 days / 2 nights
Sapa – Laochai – Tavan- Giang Ta Chai Village 4 days / 3 nights
Sapa – Laochai – Tavan- Ban Ho Village 5 days/4 nights
Sapa – Bac Ha Market on Sunday

The best time to travel

For the most pleasant weather, the best times to visit Sapa is March and May or mid-September to early December. While trips can be enjoyed year-round, the winters in Sapa get cold, with some fog and drizzle, and summer is the best time to visit because you will have a special chance to feel 4 seasons in a day

If possible, it is recommended to go to Sapa during the week, since the weekend markets can be more crowded with tourists

Things to Do and See

Sapa is such a colorful town thanks to the H’mong and Dzao people from the local hill tribes who head into the town’s market every day to trade their handmade products.  There’s a main market every Saturday when the place is packed but there’s a lower key one every other day during the week. These people will have undergone no formal education but the arrival of foreigners has made them well aware of the value of money and many of the youngsters have picked up a basic level of English. They sell clothing and handicrafts which are popular with tourists.

For stunning scenery you must get out to the Tram Ton Pass – in far distance 15 km from Sapa. At 1900 m high from above – it is the highest in Vietnam, connecting Sapa to Lai Chau. Tram Ton Pass is famous for it surrounding vertical rice terraces and stunning mountain peaks with regular mists hovering on them. The 100m height Thac Bac waterfall on the same route is a spectacular place to visit too

For the seriously fit there is a hike to the top of Fansipan, Vietnam’s highest peak at 3143m. This isn’t a climb to be taken lightly with potentially treacherous conditions when the weather turns bad. From Sapa to the peak is only about 20km yet experienced hikers take three or four days to complete it carrying their all their own equipment as there is no accommodation en route. Taking a local guide and even porters is a highly recommended. If you are up to such a challenge the rewards are breathtaking

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Sapa Travel Tips -

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