Situated 1600 metres above sea level and near the Chinese border in the North-Western Highlands, this former French hill station is home to more than 30 hill tribes as well as Vietnam’s highest mountain, Mount Fansipan (3143m). With its spectacular mountain scenery and terraced rice paddies, Sapa is a great place to visit hill tribe villages and explore numerous trekking opportunities.
Let's explore unique Vietnamese ethnic minority markets and villages in northern Vietnam, Sapa, which is very well known because if its vivid landscape.
Ethnic minorities or ‘hilltribe’ people as they are otherwise know inhabit the mountainous regions of Vietnam such as in Sapa. Each group is distinguished by its own dress, language and culture and...
CAT CAT VILLAGE
Cat Cat Village is about 1 km from Sapa town. It's located at the bottom of the Muong Hoa Valley and near the stunning Cat Cat Waterfall. This is an age-old village of H'Mong ethnic group remaining...
GIANG TA CHAI VILLAGE
Giang Ta Chai village in Sapa, Vietnam is one of most interesting travelling destinations for tours and holidays. Giang Ta Chai village, which is home of Red Dao minority people, located on the foo...