Date 10, Tháng 08.2021

2023 | Sapa Vietnam - Travel guide - All you need to know

Sapa, located in the northwest of Vietnam near the border with China, is at an altitude of 1,600 meters above sea level, 38 kilometers from Lao Cai province and 376 kilometers ...

This is a famous place for both local and international visitors long time ago with many wonders of nature. The stunning of the mountains combine with cloudy, the blue of the forest, beautify of rice fields, and the unique culture of the ethnic people all create a harmonious, charming, and romantic painting of Sapa. This is also the convergence of ethnic minorities living for generations. Have you come to admire and experience this exciting land yet?
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1. The best time to visit Sapa - Vietnam

Sapa is located in the high mountains. The weather is quite cold and very convenient for travel all the year. But the best time to travel to Sapa is from September to November or from March to May. At this time, Sapa weather is pleasant, sunny and dry in the daytime, and quite cold in the evening.
April – May is the season of pouring water. The terraced fields seem to run to the horizon. This is also the time for photographers to get the best photos.
September – October is the season of ripe rice. Sapa is like wearing a shiny and sparkling yellow shirt. It will be best if you go in the middle or the end of September. October, many places have been harvested.
December to February is very cold. Snow and ice may appear. This is also the blooming season of peach blossoms, rhododendrons.

2. How much time should I spend in Sapa?

That is a very common question, and many clients ask Go Viet Trip. Because located from Hanoi to Sapa is quite far and takes quite a long time to get there, plus there are so many things to do there, we would like to suggest you stay at least 2 days still 4 days to enjoy the full experience in Sapa.

3. Tips for visitors

The weather in Sapa is a pretty cool and cold event in summer in the evening. The temperature is quite low, you should bring a light jacket, especially in winter do not forget to bring warm clothes.
Visiting Sapa, you have to walk and trekking quite a lot, so wear comfortable trekking shoes.
Should not arbitrarily take pictures of ethnic people, especially women and children. If they know you take pictures, they will ask you to pay for the photo or buy some things.
Do not use discriminatory words such as "ethnicity", but call it the Mong, the Dao, etc.
Here it is a small town and not too many ATMs. You should bring some cash.


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