Let’s go trekking in Sapa, Vietnam
Represented as one of the pearl of Vietnam’s northwest tourism since 1993, Sapa is now firmly on well-equipped trekker’s map for most spotlight package-tour destination.
Trekking (or backpacking, bushwalking) is generally an extended journey or walk with a backpack, and camping, simple shelters or mountain huts sometimes, on long distance trails – Sapa tours
A journey often last for days or months but with a prestigious tour supplier and an experienced guide, you can take the best taste of Sapa in a couple days. Tourism services here can provide a wide range of tours from one to four days with various schedule, depending on your inclination. The terrain in Sapa is favorable to go trekking, there are both route for beginners and experienced trekkers. Visit Sapa with Indochina tours
Along the way, trekker may enjoy a plunging valley of terraced fields sparkling in sunlight and mountains subdued by thick mist rolling across the peaks. Even on its most cloudy days, Sapa is still sprightly when local hill-tribe people fill the town with colour.
By this journey, travelers will walk through the hills and valleys of the Sapa region, discovering different minorities along the way and experience overnight accommodation in the hospitable villages of ethnic minorities. You can also choose to stay in the hotel and explore the charm of Sapa by night, enjoy roasted corn, baked eggs beside charcoal fire or go shopping.
Go trekking in Sapa , the gift of mother nature to Vietnam, you just not only walk through some of the most spectacular and panoramic scenery, but also experience unique villages culture.
The Indochina Voyages team.
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