FANTASTIC TREKKING EXPERIENCES OF SAPA VIETNAM TOUR
(Unforgettable memories, the best tour guide with great experience, memorable Homestay, Imposing Scenery in Sa Pa)
How is Sapa and how is sapa easy trekking? Sapa is hill and mountain terrain in the north-west of Vietnam, where is very interested in trekking to explore the hill-tribe villages. To serve the trekkers' interest, we (Sapa tours– Impress Travel) designs the trekking tours with various levels: Easy, moderate, hard trekking itineraries setting out to offer the trekker’s interests. This itinerary offers the people interesting in easy trekking with the distance from 15-20 kilometers around the sapa’s hill to explore the remote area in Sapa district.
Impress Travel offers an amazing sapa tour to admire the dramatic scenery of Sapa Hill Station in the northwest of Vietnam such as imposing rice terraces, stunning green valleys, hills row on hills, mountains of mountains. To understand the unique culture, traditions, customs, and people of ethnic minority groups such as Black Hmong, Tay, Giay, Dzao, Thai people. Moreover, the real experience of doing easy trekking to a remote area for enjoying the most breathtaking scenery from the mountainous area in the north of Vietnam
Ta Phin village located in Ta Phin Commune, Sa Pa District, about 12km northeast of Sa Pa Town. The village is surrounded by mountains and owns spectacular rice terraces. In Ta Phin Village there are two ethnic minorities living in harmony. They are the Red Dao, who make up the majority, and the Black Mong. It is the best for the tourists to distinguish the difference in culture, way of living of ethnic minorities in Sapa.
Ta Van village island of Giay people where is located at one side of Muong Hoa river. Travelers coming to Sapa, do not miss this chance to visit Ta Van village. The trekking experiences crossing the suspension bridges, rice terraces, to pass the local H’ mong family and primary school where find out the daily life, imposing scenery of Muong Hoa valley, and easy trekking via the H’mong villages.