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Sapa - Ban Ho village - Nam Tong village
Duration: 4 days 4 nights
From: Hanoi
To: Sapa
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Sapa is one of the most famous destinations in the north Vietnam. Sapa is a mountain district with high sceneries and deep ethnic cultures. Come here you can see magic transformation of the nature.


In spring, Sapa look like a colorful picture. Under the blue sky there are colors of apricot, plum and cherry flowers on green mountains. It is really paradise of the world. In autumn and winter, Sapa has mild climate with clearly sky and fresh air. Especially, Sapa become to a snow flower in winter. You can see leaves or flower through frost layer. It will rememberable experience you can’t forget.


Sapa in summer is also attractive. Visitor can feel the weather of 4 seasons in a day. In the morning and afternoon, it is cool like the weather of spring and autumn. At noon, it is as sunny and cloudless as the weather of summer. And it is cold in the evening. In April and May, Sapa is blooming with flowers and green pastures. The clouds that settle in the valley in early morning quickly disappear into thin air.


With no advance warning of a thunderstorm short and heavy rains may come at noon on any summer day. Subsequently, a rainbow appears, transforming Sapa into a magic land, which for years has been a constant source of poetic inspiration, lights up the whole region.


Enjoy Sapa, you also join in culture space. There is a market session where local people come to promenade, young men and women in colorful costumes come to meet together and seek sweethearts.


Ban Ho is worth the somewhat difficult journey to get there, as the village rewards visitors with stunning views of unspoiled sites and an opportunity to discover the daily activities of the ethnic people Tay.

On the way to the waterfalls, which were named by locals after seeing fish jumping out of the water in the old days, visitors will pass brooks gently running down bamboo cylinders that locals use to channel the water into their terraced paddy fields, wooden houses perched on the sides of rolling hills and wild flowers.