Trekking in Sapa

Trekking is one of the most favourite and fascinating activities in Sapa. There are some choices for you, together with easy trek, medium trek and hard trek. Easy trekking line will show you how to gain a basic understanding of Sapa and the lifetime of native residents there. The view in your way can be really wonderful.

trekking to Ta Phin Village - where can meet red zao people

Some favourite destinations like Muong Hoa Valley, Y Linh Ho Village, Cat Cat Village. Cat Cat village, located about three km southwest of Sapa is the most popular short trekking there. For medium trek, you possibly can have chance to discover some well-known points of interest in Sapa such as Sin Chai Village (home of the Hmong), Silver waterfall – 7km and 12km northwest of Sapa respectively.

Head to the south, you possibly can select to go to Lao Chai Village, the place the Hmong folks stay (7km from Sapa) or Ta Van Village (home of Dao people – 10 km from Sapa). Located about 6km to the north of Sapa, Ta Phin Village can be a superb choice for you. Farther from the city, there are some locations for multi-day trekking trip such as Ban Ho ( home of Tay ethnic village, 23 km to the south of Sapa), or Ban Khoang village (18 km northwest of Sapa).

In case you are really trekking lovers, the hardest trek in Sapa won’t let you down. It's the trek to the highest of Fansipan mountain – the Roof of Indochina, the dream of many young Vietnamese. It's good to spend three days to finish the hike and may rent a local reliable who has the deep perceive of the route. From the highest of the mountains, tourists can admire the fantastic thing about the perfect panorama of Vietnam.