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Day Trip of Sapa Valley Including Trek in Hoang Lien National Park
"Once you meet your guide at your accommodation you will drive to Silver Waterfall where you will be able to take a short walk up to a bridge above it to enjoy the overview of Sapa valley. You will then drive further towards the Heaven´s Gate - the highest place accessible by roads in Vietnam. From there you can see Fansipan - the highest peak of Indochina. Then you will start descending on a trail which belongs to Hoang Lien National Park. Your lunch will be served at a nice spot nearby a river.After lunch you will continue trekking to Sin Chai village inhabited by the Black H’mong minority - one of the largest ethnic minority groups in Sapa area. Then you will drive back to Sapa."
From $84.00
 
Half-Day Tour of Hoang Lien National Park and Sin Chai Village from Sapa
"Leaving Sapa town behind you will take a short transfer to the small village of Sin Chai inhabited by Black H’mong people. Sin Chai is located at the foot of Fansipan Mountain in an area covered by rain forest and under the protection of Hoang Lien National Park. Upon arrival at the village you start the walk around and experience the daily life of the villagers who still maintain their ancestor’s way of life. You continue the walk out of the village following a dirt trail running through rice paddy and corn hill along a narrow river enjoying the spectacular scenery surrounding. After a short walk you will reach a suspension bridge where you also can visit a local house of the few Black H’mong families living here. You will then return to the village centre where you get on the vehicle and have a drive back to Sapa."
From $54.00
 
Cultural Day Trip from Sapa Including Heavens Gate and Local Villages
"Upon pickup from your hotel you will drive up the hill towards Heaven´s Gate. On the way you will have a chance to take a short walk to Silver Waterfall and then head to Heaven´s Gate where you can admire the breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains including Fansipan - the highest peak in Indochina. You will then drive downhill along one of the most beautiful roads to Tam Duong where you will meet the Black Dao community who trade in the town’s small market wearing their traditional black dresses. After enjoying a lunch in a local restaurant
From $100.00

More What to Pack in Sapa

Sapa means 4 possible seasons a day!

A day pack to bring on your treks is a good idea. But these can also be baught in Sapa Bring clothes to suit the local weather! In January to March it can be quit cold, foggy and rainy. A fleece,...
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Oda_
Mar 17, 2009

Packing list for trekking in Sapa

Most trekking tour agents in Sapa have temporary room for trekkers to wash up on arrival or departing from/to Hanoi. Most trekkers leave their main luggages in the room and take a lighter backpack for...
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SUN_69
Feb 27, 2009

Bring those wellies out!

The trek along the mountain in Sapa is really bad, due to the rain the nite before. A pair of wellies is the best to battle through the muddy trek. None of us have it with us, but you can get it...
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dfactor
Feb 23, 2007

Wet Weather Gear Necessary

In Sa Pa it is frequently wet. You will be very uncomfortable if you don't have something to keep you and your gear dry. You can buy cheap rain poncho thingies easily at Sa Pa.It also can be pretty...
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Brisvegaskid
Jan 04, 2007

Walking stick is a must!

Keep your luggage as light as possible as you'll be hiking with them! Please bring ample water and minimal change of clothes! Shoes will have to be good enough for hiking on rough and muddy terrain...
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wiskiz
Oct 28, 2006
 
 
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Things to Do Near Sapa

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Sapa Museum

I found that the most interesting display in the Sapa Museum were the models of the ethnic people's houses. Photo 1 is a typical Hmong house which was almost an exact replica of the Hmong guide we...
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Trekking

Be aware if you leave Sapa and intend to take a day hiking to Lao Chai, Tavan, Ban Ho, Thanh Phu, or Ncang you will have to buy a ticket. Along the road, about one kilometer from Sapa you will come to...
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Hmong Children

Many mothers bring their children to Sapa and some of these kids are wearing their traditional Hmong costumes and provide great opportunities for photography. The children enjoyed being photographed...
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Information Boards

In Sapa there are several information boards which tell something about Sapa and the surrounding area. there is also one that gives information about the regulations when touring the local villages....
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Sapa Market

In my previous review i mentioned the new concrete market building and the stalls inside but it is far more interesting to see the outdoor area where locals are selling their vegetables, fruit and...
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Holy Rosary Church

The church in the center of Sapa is called the Holy Rosary Church or sometimes referred to as the Stone Church. It was built by the French in 1895 (or 1930 according to some reports) and is in the...
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Greggor58

"Annd Now For Something Completey DIFFERENT :o]"
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balhannah

"Sapa 7/3/08 to 10/3/08"
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Brisvegaskid

"Sa Pa - Insight into Ethnic Minorities of Vietnam"
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bpwarne

"Sapa, all the world's a stage..."
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Oda_

"Watching clouds rolling by in Sapa"
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