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Sapa is one of the most interesting sightseeing in the north of Vietnam, with the height around 1500-1650 m above sea level. Sapa is a land of modest, quietly but hides varies wonderful of natural scenes and Sapa is also a nest of hill tribe as: Black H'Mong, Red Dzao, Xa Pho, Tay, Zay...etc. Travel to Sapa, people forget everything, just enjoy the fresh air, clouds, sky, romantic scenery, majestic place. That is the reason why Sapa town is also known as the cloud. With an average temperature of 14-17°C will be more convenience for the tour to the village as well as explore the Fansipan peak.
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Stunning Scenery in Sapa

 Sapa is a beautiful town of Lao Cai province

 This is a wonderful destination for tourist in all season in year. Winter here attached by fog and snow while summer by stunningly green mountains, colorful flowers, and terraced rice fields

 The town is bathed in sunlight all throughout the summer months with occasional but very brief showers. Summer is the season for peaches, pears and plums. Tourists can visit lush fruit gardens on the hills. The weather in Sapa during summer is very pleasant.

Breathtaking waterfalls dot the landscape, like the spectacular Bac waterfall located about 12km from Sapa town. Water gushes down from a high mountain creek resembling a spray of white shimmering flowers.

Warm, pleasant weather in the summer months makes it conducive to trek often inaccessible villages of the ethnic minority groups like the H’Mong, Dao and Tay and get a glimpse of their vibrantly rich, unique, indigenous and very traditional customs and culture.

The exquisite Ta Van valley offers tourists a glimpse of the lives of Giay people, untouched by modern civilization. Homes of the Giay people permeate a faint aroma of ‘pomu’ wood.

Giay people normally choose to camp their settlements in valleys near large rivers, unlike the Dao and H’Mong who usually choose high mountainous areas. Giay’s are famous for their handicrafts like knitting, bamboo furniture and anise essential oil.

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