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Sapa Adventure Tours

posted Oct 12, 2009, 4:33 PM by Viet CareTravel   [ updated Jul 14, 2010, 10:16 AM ]

Sapa is again welcoming tourists and it is one of the most popular places in North of Vietnam. And surely, it is one of the best place for trekking or meeting 8 ethic minority groups, beside this rice field can be seen every where you go...
Sapa Expeditions - Sapa Villages: 12 trekking and visit 5 Villages (Cat Cat, Sin Chai, Giang Ta Chai)...  
At a elevation of 1600 meters, Sapa is a delightful old French hill station situated in the mountainous region of Vietnams' northwest, close to the Chinese border. The region is home to many ethnic minorities groups all wearing...
Trekking is a healthy, adventurous and eco-friendly way to explore, with a view to offer you a wide variety of destinations with itineraries to suit all fitness levels
The Sunday market in Bac Ha is where you’ll want to stock up on water buffalo, pigs and horses. Once you’re all set, you can browse for bottles of local firewater (made from rice, cassava or corn) or handicrafts.
Sapa trekking 3 days and 4 nights, visit 4 villages 7 different minority peoples and Overnight at Homestay
Sapa is regarded as the kingdom of orchids. Here, orchid lovers are even amazed by the choice, when trekking in the forest filled with several hundred kinds of orchids of brilliant colours and fantastic shapes, such as Orchid Princess, Orchid...
Leaving Sa Pa early Tuesday morning or picked up in Lao Cai arriving with the train from Hanoi, we drive with land cruiser to Coc Ly Market. The drive from SaPa will take us approx. 2 1/2 hour. We visit the market with all it's colourful...
Northern West loop with the major highway No 6 links 6 provinces, stretched along the border with Lao and the border with China. Tens of hill tribe people living here, H'mong, Black Thai, White Thai, Red Dzao, Giay, Lao, Muong and so forth....
Discovery the biggest ethnic market in north Vietnam! Sapa surrounding hill tribe villages and Ethnic market.. And this is only the start of your 3 Days adventure
Mt. Fansipan at 3143m, and on the border with China, is Vietnam's highest mountain. It is only 9km from Sapa town but it takes at least three days to get to the peak and back. Sapa, at an elevation of 1600m, has been described as "Not easily...
There are excellent areas for hiking through lush mountain valleys to the remote villages of diffirent minorities, including the Black H'mong and the Red Dzao...But to discover more about the daily lives of the hill tribes in Vietnam Muong Hum...
 
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