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Sapa Landscapes is an international destination and the spirit is in between landscapes and local culture. The team is composed by youngsters of several families from the villages around. The difference is that it is possible for the visitors to...more
The Sin Chai is located at the foot of Mount Fansipan, the people who set up the house stretching in the valley of three sides are mountains, monorail roads, have to go through the new Cat Cat to the town of Sapa. About 1,600 Hmong...More
We stayed in Aira Hotel and came here on our own by taxi. We did have to pay 40000VND each at a gantry. We saw the village school and the young children were having the lunch break which was instant noodle in hot water. We...More
Half day walking tour from O'Hui thru Sinh Chai village with well-versed San, the multilingual local tour guide who walked with us and shared stories about the area. Wear good walking shoes, hat, carry water & snack and rain gear/umbrella (if rainy season) -- you'll...More
We booked this through Lily’s travel agency in Hanoi. We had taken an overnight train to Sapa where we had been picked up and met our Homestay host Mama Chao. We trekked about 3 hours before the lunch break and then 2-3 hours more. The...More
I recently traveled to Sapa back in April on business. We took a day of our trip to spend time hiking(trekking) through the historic terraced rice fields on the mountain slopes. This is one of the most beautiful landscape images that I have ever seen...More