With a height of about 1500-1650 meters above sea level, Sapa is one of the most interesting sights in Vietnam’s north. Sapa is a land of modesty and silence, but it hides a variety of beautiful natural scenes, and it is also home to hill tribes such as the Black H’Mong,Red Dzao, Xa Pho, Tay, Zay, and others.
When people visit Sapa, they forget about their worries and enjoy the fresh air, clouds, sky, romantic scenery, and majestic setting, which is why Sapa is known as the “City in the Clouds.” With an average temperature of 14-18°C, it’s pleasant in the summer but chilly in the winter. Sapa is a popular tourist destination during the year.
Start your first day in Sapa by eating free-range pig (thit lon cap nach) and fried rice-in-bamboo-tube (com lam) for your breakfast at A Quynh Restaurant
fter your delicious breakfast, Ham Rong mountain, located in the downtown area, is a great place to watch the whole of Sapa town from above
The second day will have you exploring remote villages of the local ethnic groups
. You will visit three villages along Muong Hoa valley, Y Linh Ho, Lao Chai, and Ta Van villages, located to the southeast of Sapa town.