Sapa is situated in the north of Vietnam and is home to the H’mong and Dzao tribes. Sapa is ideal for trekking with its beautiful surroundings and mountains landscapes. You can enjoy the French colonial architecture along with the colorful rice terraces.
Experience the best of Sapa with a tour of the tribe villages. You can find many of the ethnic minorities in Sapa Valley. Vietnam’s highest mountain, Fan Si Pan Mountain is also located at the valley. One of the highlights of Sapa is the minority village for the Hmong minority known as Cat Cat Village. The village dates back to the 19th century and where the present Hmong minority still reside today. The village is famous for its rice terraces and beautiful embroidery.
Another one of Sapa’s famous attractions include the Stone Church of Sapa also known as the Holy Rosary Church was built by the French in 1895. The church has been renovated many times and has stood the test of time. The church occupies 6,000 square meters and is still active today with masses still being held.
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