Book your holiday to Vietnam with Wendy Wu Tours
It's easy to see why the French chose the spot where Sapa now sits when they founded the hillstation in 1922. On the brink of a plunging valley, edged by tumbling rice terraces and watched over by Mt Fansipan, there is no denying now breathtaking this place is. After Vietnam’s energy-filled cities, Sapa is refreshing both in terms of climate and the slower pace of life that exists here – it is all about getting out into some pretty spectacular nature. Sapa is also the place to meet the colourful, ethnic minority people who call the surrounding hills home – you’ll see them on Sapa’s streets selling handicrafts, or for the more energetic, trekking out to the local villages, through the incredible terraced rice paddies, to get a glimpse at their subsistence way of life is a real must.
Sapa offers a wealth of wonderful sights and experiences. What better way to explore them than on a Wendy Wu tour?
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We all enjoy a good fact or two - here are a few useful ones about Sapa: