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Sapa Holidays

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. 

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holiday duration 16 Days from
holiday price 2,490pp

Discover Vietnam's many gems, from buzzing Saigon to quaint Hoi An to stately Hanoi and magnificent Halong Bay. Top this off with an adventure to visit the terraced fields and hilltribes of Sapa, a sea of verdant scenery.

holiday duration 17 Days from
holiday price 2,790pp

An ever-changing country sprouted from tradition and a long line of invaders, Vietnam offers unsurpassed cultural experiences and natural sights. Cycle through lush countryside, taste beautifully spiced food and get to know the locals in the Mekong Delta.

holiday duration 5 Days from
holiday price 410pp

Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of mountain ranges, sweeping rice terraces and minority villages in the hill area of Sapa in the north of Vietnam.

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Five Reasons To Visit Sapa

Hilltribe Villages
Sapa is the gateway to the hilltribe villages of Vietnam’s north – within easy reach of the town are communities of Black H’Mong and Red Dao who can introduce you to their way of life.

Mt Fansipan
At 3,143 metres in height Fansipan is the highest mountain in Indochina – taking the cable car up to its summit is a fantastic way to get an overview of the valleys, hills and terraces of the area.

Explore the Markets
The easiest way to meet members of the hilltribe communities, Sapa’s (and the surrounding villages’) markets are full of fresh local produce and wonderful handicrafts.

Rice Terraces
The landscapes around Sapa are dominated by the astonishing rice terraces that swirl their way across the hillsides – both technically and scenically breathtaking.

Walking in Sapa
The very best way to enjoy the sights of Sapa and the surrounding area is to explore on foot – even the easiest of hikes will have you meeting hilltribes and amongst spectacular views

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