Top experiences that you can’t miss in Sapa

Being the Indochina peak, the highest mountain in Vietnam, Fansipan is definitely the most prominent attraction of Sapa town which is home to not only magnificent mountain landscapes but also verdant rice terraces dotted with H’mong, Zao and Dzay villages. This beautiful town promises to offer travelers uncountable interesting activities for your Vietnam & Indochina Travel

Subjugate the FansipanIndochina peak

Conquer the Fansipan

Conquer the Fansipan – source: vietreader.com

Just getting on the only commissioned cable car up to Fansipan, will you make your as well as many young’s dream – conquer the roof of Indochina come true. If you want to prove that you are such a hero, let’s win there without further uncertainty on the road. Coming to Sapa in September, you will have a chance to enjoy tour combined Fansipan climbing to admire the sea of clouds and enormous maize fields. It will be such a great experience.

Look down from Ham Rong Mountain

Ham Rong Mountain

Ham Rong Mountain – source: internet

Catching the stunning view of the town from the tower at 1800 meter height will be such an unforgettable experience that anyone hopes to try. You will look the town from an entirely unique perspective: small but lovely resorts suddenly underfoot, roads and hotels. In addition, on climbing the Ham Rong Mountain, you can also get a great opportunity to admire and take many nice photos of the colorful gardens and to walk through Shilin – the small, rocky canyon rock garden. Tours In Vietnam

Admire the incredible sunrise and sunset in Sapa

Stunning sunset

Stunning sunset – source: onthedeck.co.za

Shivered is the feeling that the very cool morning breeze brings you. Enjoy the omelet plate together with the cup of hot café in hand while from the hotel looking out the window at an umbrella with spectacular views, it will be stunning experience. In the morning mist, will you enjoy a really gentle Sapa. Meanwhile, at sunset when the sun slowly goes down behind the Hoang Lien Mountains Sapa is covered with the color purple. It is time foe you to explore Sapa in romance and melancholy.

Bedroom holiday homestay in house of ethnic people

Homestay in Sapa

Homestay in Sapa – source: theblondeabroad.com

Staying overnight in the remote village of downtown at the house of a hospitable ethnic family, sampling traditional foods, exploring the popular novelty will be an interesting experience that you cannot forget during your lifetime. Sapa services in inspirit care have been improved significantly, so you do not need to worry about the hygiene and food houses.

Visit the Silver Waterfall and Cascade Love

Love waterfall

Love waterfall – source: sapaexpress.com

Situated in the commune of San Kingfisher Lake, the fantastic Love waterfall is the starting point for your journey climbing Fansipan. Situated in the cascade system of three huge and lovely waterfalls in Sapa including: Love waterfall, Silver Waterfall and Cat Cat Waterfall, Love waterfalls are magnificent one.

Looked down from above, Love waterfall shines silvery under the sun. The stone classes also have strange glowing yellow color. By flowing down, this waterfall forms a petit lake, illuminating, twinkle and glittering like diamonds especially under sunlight. Here, tourists can also see the tiny chub fish swim around more particularly under cool water adding the more gorgeous colors of the cascade of Love waterfall.

Having the Indochina peak, the highest mountain in Vietnam, the Fansipan, which is the most prominent attraction of this town, Sapa is home to not only magnificent mountain landscapes but also verdant rice terraces and unique stilt villages. This beautiful town promises to offer travelers uncountable interesting activities. Subjugate the Fansipan-Indochina peak, look down from Ham Rong Mountain, admire the incredible sunrise and sunset in Sapa, have bedroom holiday homestay in house of ethnic people and visit the Silver Waterfall and Cascade Love are some of them.

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