Famous for the wonderful beauty of nature, and the extremely eye-catching rice terraces, Sapa winter is one of the most attractive destinations in Vietnam. Winter in Sapa is laid-back, simple but strongly attracts numerous domestic and foreign tourists.
Travelling Cat Cat Village, tourists will experience many interesting activities such as enjoying the ancient beauty of houses in the village, experience the special customs of local people, witnessing the process of making beautiful brocades, and so on.
As one of ideal Sapa attractions, nowadays Ta Phin village has attracted more and more tourists visiting because of having unspoiled sceneries, specials customs of Dao Do ethnic people, and unique services.
Ta Van Village is a place where many Vietnam ethnic minority groups gathering and living in harmony with each other. Visiting the village, tourists can admire natural landscapes, experience homestay service, and enjoy traditional food of this land.
Fansipan is a peak of Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range, as well as the highest peak of Vietnam. This is also the highest peak of three Indochina countries - Roof of Indochina. The mount is one of famous attractions in Sapa.
Sapa is seen as the second Dalat in Vietnam with four seasons in a day. By dint of that, Sapa is bestowed with wonderful landscapes and ideal climate. Sapa tours always bring interesting and memorable experiences to travelers.
The Huffington Post has voted Ham Rong Mountain as among world's top eight stunning sunsets. Accordingly, Ham Rong Mountain ranks the seventh. Possessing an ideal height for trekking, Ham Rong Mountain is one of the most indispensable attractions in Sapa.
Sapa is one of northwest destinations in Vietnam where tourism is booming. Not just being weaving by spectacular rice terraces, Sapa Town is an amazing destination when local hill-tribe people fill the town with colour.