Sa Pa – One of the great places for trekking

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Located in the northwest of the country, Sapa tourist attraction is humbly and quietly but intensely attractive to any visitor, by the magic of the natural scene and a cool climate. Located at an average altitude of 1.500-1.800m, the climate of Sapa is characterized by the average temperature of 15-18 ° C. Sapa usually rains from May to August, but it does not lose the magic beauty of this small town. Therefore, Discover Sapa by trekking in the summer attracts thousands of tourists both domestic and international travellers.


Not only attracting tourists by the cool temperate climate all year round, Sapa also has Fansipan peak with the height of 3,143 meters on Hoang Lien Son range. Sapa trekking Fansipan is the address for adventurous travelers to discover. The scientists said Hoang Lien Son is the “mine” of precious wood, in addition to many species of birds, rare animals and thousands of drugs. National forest of Hoang Lien Son has 864 species of plants, including 173 species of medicinal plants; 136 species of birds, 56 species of mammals, 553 species of insects, including 37 species of mammals listed in the Vietnam Red Book.

If you travel to Sapa 2 days 3 nights, you cannot ignore Ham Rong Mountain. Located right in town, so almost of tourists to Sa Pa will not miss the opportunity to climb the mountain to the panoramic view of the town, Muong Hoa valley, Ta Phin hidden in smog. Currently, with hand of man, Ham Rong is indeed a fruitful landscape of Sapa. In Ham Rong Mountain, travelers lost in the fairy gardens and brilliant flowers ground.


To Sapa, it is also featured by the image of old church right in town. The church was built in the early 20th century. Before placing the first brick for this project, the French architect has carefully chosen terrain for construction. Church is located on a prime location. In particular, the church is in the center of Sapa town, so standing at the four sides the tourists can observe the relics. From here go back to the north east on the road to Ta Phin, a monastery was built almost entirely of stone in a clear and cool hillside. Through the monastery 3 kilometers to the north, it is the Ta Phin cave. In the cave there are stalactites creating interesting shapes like the fairy dancing, fairy sitting, fields and sparkling woods.