Have You Ever Visit The Vietnam’s Highest Peak?

  • Sapa

A mountainous resort in the North – West of Vietnam, 37 km from Lao Cai town (the province bordered with Yunnan province of China), 400 km from Hanoi, full day by car, 10 hours by train. Adventurous travelers often consider the hillstation of Sapa and the outstandingly beautiful valley around it the highlight of their trip (combinable a trip to Bac Ha). The region is home to more than 20 colourful ethnic minorities all wearing their traditional attire and working rice terraces of everchanging hues.

The hilltribes meet up in town to trade with each other as well as with foreign visitors. Mt. Fansipan, at 3143 m is Vietnam’s highest peak, is nearby.

Sightseeing: a famous hill station with a beaten track for trekking and exploring the highest mountain peak in Indochina-Fansipan (3143 m above sea level), rice terraces, waterfall, streams, and a colourful cultures of ethnic tribes (Black H’mong & Red Dao).

Facilities & services: restaurants, hotels and an international standard resort.

  • Son La

North – West province of Vietnam, 317 km west of Hanoi.

Sightseeing: a place for a stop to visit the Thuan Chau ethnic minority market place and the Ta Tong caves or for an overnight stop on the way to Dien Bien Phu, Son La prison and museum.

Facilities & services: tourist class hotel and restaurants.

The natural breathtaking place with its clever elephants

Three big islands with a beautiful beaches inVietnam

Let’s enjoy the boat ride on the Mekong River