Showing posts with label Thing to do in sapa. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Thing to do in sapa. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Sa Pa in enchantment mode as cherry trees bloom

Just seven kilometers away from Sa Pa, the famous mountainous town in the northern province of Lao Cai, the O Quy Ho mountain pass becomes a vantage point at this time to view the incredibly beautiful scenery.

As the first rays of the sun cast their light on the tea gardens, the landscape shines in hues that are a painter`s delight.


Since this is a privately owned garden, travelers can only stand by the O Quy Ho mountain pass to observe the beauty.

The cherry trees sets this tea estate apart from others in Moc Chau in the north and Da Lat in central Vietnam.

From a distance the tea garden looks as if it came out of a fairy tale with the morning mist accentuating its enchantment

Sunshine bathes a lane along the tea hills in gold.

A farmer on her tea field.

The O Quy Ho mountain pass, 50 kilometers long, connects Lai Chau and Lao Cai provinces. The mountain pass is named after the legend of the Love Waterfall, the rendezvous for a fairy and a woodcutter named O Quy Ho.
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Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Trekking Sapa: Things must bring and do

Sapa is always attractive destinations for international visitors. So how to can not miss memorable  when travel to sapa . These small suggestions will help you before travelling Sapa and something you  must put into effect to make sure a memorable Sapa trekking experience

A guide is a must:
There’re both full-day & half-day hikes which you may wish to try without any assistance, nonetheless, if you wish to spend a few days exploring the hillside you must consider appointing a local guide who’s acquainted with the land, the variations of climate, and the most exciting look out spots.
The majority of the tour guides are native & they speak fine English, so hiring them shouldn’t be an issue as far as communication is concerned.

Pack Light:

Don’t consider your guide as a porter in Sapa (this isn’t Everest Base Camp) and he’s not going to carry your heavy luggage. Bring things that you think will be essential. Keep in mind, your bag can't feel bulky when your first try it in your room, but it will only get bulkier as the day progresses.

Bring sturdy shoes:

Your guide may take you “off-the-beaten-track”, quite literally. There will be times when you will scramble up the mountain, hop across ditches and have your bodies strapped by branches as you cut across bamboo forests. It will be very demanding & you will wish to carry sturdy footwear for protection and ease when hiking.

Get used to the touts:

If you are going to spend some days in Sapa, you will see that for the ladies of the Hmong folk touting is a serious business. If you’re thinking the touting will stop as soon as you leave Sapa, think once more. Despite making it clear that you’ve no purpose of buying any more souvenirs, you may find women walking alongside you for hours asking you to buy from them. Their sales tactics are a bit aggressive though.

Bring double the amount of water that you think you will require:

You will get thirsty & you will be gulping water like a camel. It is a terrible feeling realizing you have just drunk the last drop of water from your bottle and there’re still another 3 hours of trekking ahead of you. Though you will pass a few temporary stands selling drinking water as you get closer to the town, but it is always advisable to carry your own.

Don’t forget to bring your camera:

Sapa is one of the naturally serene & lush towns in Vietnam. It entices many tourists with its incredible landscape, which features brilliant tribal villages, French colonial villas, lush vegetation and many green fields stacked on one after another. And if you want to take home memories that are all-natural and beautiful, you must not forget to bring your digital camera that is equipped with a fully charged battery.

Have good trip 

Monday, June 5, 2017

WHAT NOTICE WHEN TRAVEL TO FANXIPAN BY CABLE CAR

FANXIPAN-CABLE-CAR
PHOTO : INTERNET 
Fansipan cable car is the good chance for everyone to admire and conquer “the Roof of Indochina”. 
With 15 minutes, you can reach the top of Fansipan instead of having to walk two days before. However, to have a safe and joyful trip, you should keep in mind a few things before you take the cable car:
Clothes: 
- The temperature decreases and colder than usual when you go higher, so you should carry a jacket, scarf and warm hat. Beside travelling by cable car, you have to walk 600 steps to reach the top of Fansipan so you should wear low heeled shoes to go easily.
- Fansipan Sapa have temple system, you should wear discreet and polite clothes when you go to spiritual and sanctuary place.

The people should not take the cable car: 
-The people with respiratory and heart problems, or afraid of heights should be encouraged not go to Fansipan by cable car to ensure the health. Up to Fansipan’s peak, the air is very weak, you should rest for the body to adjust to the temperature and climate.

The provisions of the cable car:
- You do not carry toxic chemicals, explosive materials and prohibited substances to the cable car. - Do not bring food from outside to the cable car (you can carry a little water). You can use the services available at the cable car.
- In the cabin, you are stable and do not move when the cabin operate (especially with children). During operation process, if have wind, the cable car could sway lightly a little bit, but tourists do not be afraid because it is a very normal thing.
With the experience that we share, hopefully the visitors can get the perfect journey of discovery the Roof of Indochina.

 Post by : Nguyen Thuy
Nguyen Thu Thuy - TIPC Lao Cai from | http://sapa-tourism.com

Sunday, May 28, 2017

How to get Sapa From Ha Noi

How to get Sapa From Ha Noi is the most popular question of traveler. Let's see some information to get answer and more detail.

Located 38 km from Lao Cai City and 376 km from Ha Noi.Sapa  is a mountainous district of Lao Cai Province. The Sapa district is well-known for its beautiful and romantic town. Sapa has many natural sites, including Ham Rong Mountain, Silver Waterfall,Rattan brigde, Bamboo Forest And Ta Phon Cave ... Sapa is also the  starting point for many climbers and scientists who want to reach the top of Fanxipan Mountain, the highest mountain in Vietnam at 3.143 m , Sapa is the most beautiful in Spring when apricot,Plum and cherry flowers are in splendid bloom. Market are crowed and merry, and especially attractive to visitors. Visitors to Sapa also have opportunities to discover the unique customs of the local residents. 
Nowaday , it's very easy to get to Sapa from Ha Noi.To go to Sapa, tourists can travel by several different paths, such as: the train and the sleeper bus or express bus from Ha Noi capital

How to get Sapa 

Train from Hanoi to Lao Cai Sapa :

TOURIST TRAIN FROM HANOI TO SAPA

Most visitors choose to get from Hanoi to Sapa by overnight train although it takes their 8 hours to get Sapa. And then catch the minibus or private car, local Bus from Lao cai to Sapa about 38 km , 45 minutes .Train from Hanoi leave from station B- No 1  Tran QUi Cap street . 

- Tourist train to sapa:

Departure at night. The night trains often departs at between 8pm and 10pm, and you can catch a good sleep before getting woke up by the beautiful mountain scenery at dawn. Ticket for night train is $35-180/person/way .Tourist train including : Victoria Express, Sapaly Express, Fanxipan Express, Livitrans, Hara, Orient Express... Names of train from Hanoi to Lao Cai is, SP1 (21:30pm), SP3 (22:00pm),at the weekend maybe have sp7 . you Can contact me to get cheap price ( including bus pick up )
- Day train : is LC3 : depart from Ha Noi at 6:10 AM , arrival Lao Cai at 4 Pm.  ticket for day train is $10-20/person/way

Sapa Train Schedule  From Hanoi  (Fare):

TRAIN FROM HANOI TO SAPA SCHEDULE

 Bus  sapa from Ha Noi :


LIMOUSINE BUS TO SAPA FROM HANOI

The Noibai – Lao Cai highway was completed  in 2014. It has been open to traffic and becomes the shortest route for tourists to Lao Cai to reach Sapa. The tourist bus from  Hanoi – Lao Cai – Sapa departs daily at 7 a.m. It takes about 5 or 6 hours of driving from Hanoi to Sapa. Depending on traffic and weather. You will enjoy the view of the Vietnamese countryside along the road.
Tourist bus including: Sapa Express bus , Inter bus, Eco Sapa bus( limousine bus 9 seats), Green Lion Bus ( limosine bus 9 seats ) ...to see more list of tourist bus  : 

Most travel agencies in Hanoi can arrange the ticket, costing about USD 12/person/way . or you can book through at the My Dinh Bus Station, Gia Lam Station...
Tourist bus pick you up at Hotel  around  HaNOi oldquater.Contcact me to get cheap price or can help you book the bus . 

Buses from Lao Cai town to Sapa:

If you’re traveling from Hanoi to Sapa by train >>> all the trains end in Lao Cai town, 10 km from the Chinese border in northern Vietnam. Trains run throughout the day and many travellers and tourist travel in the evening (20.30 – 22.00 pm). The night train arrives to Lao Cai town at 6.00 – 7.00 am. You have to take a public bus or taxi from Lao Cai town to Sapa, lots of tourist buses are waiting outside the train station. Be careful they are over price. The public bus station is in the center of town, 300 meters from the train station

Thursday, May 18, 2017

5 THINGS DO NOT DO WHEN TRAVELLING SAPA

thing do not do in sapa
Sapa , just a name makes, you know, i know, and we know it is wonderful of nature and human.Nature very generous when award the land located on 1,600m above sea level wonderful gitfs.Touris visiting sapa will have opportunity to fall into the rythm of life here : view imposing scenery, enjoying specialties of local residents and visit famous places in Sapa to discover and get more understands of land and people.

What do you need to be aware of in Sapa travel? 5 things below maybe help you !!!

In order to preserve the culture beauty of the highland ethnic minorities people , the civilization in commercial activities and tourism of Sapa, together built up Sapa a friendly and civilized destination. Sapa people's committee notice to all tourist : 


  1. Do not buy from the street vendors.
  2. Do not use service from the street vendors and baggars .
  3. DO not give children money, presents...
  4. Do not litter on the street tourist sites. 
  5. Do not take photo of the local people without asking .  


Tuesday, May 9, 2017

WHAT TO BRING WHEN TRAVELING SAPA

WHAT TO BRING WHEN TRAVELING SAPA
A trip would not be complete without the investment of thorough preparation prior to departure. SAPA TRAVEL BLOG will hint the 4 things you do not forget to bring along on a trip to Sapa and excellent thoughtful offline.
what to bring when travelling sapa

1 .Money and personal papers
Sure! Money is the first indispensable in any public travel. Depending time you go long or short, and how you go or how activities that estimates the cost for the trip of yourselves. You can carry less cash, which is attached to an ATM card, a compact back just a precaution, the relatives can give you relief.

You also need to bring identification to carry out procedures in hotel occupancy, and a license if you rent a motorbike to manually move slightly.

2.Clothing
Summer in Sapa pretty cool, as autumn weather, so you can wear normal, but should be wearing a thin shirt on the evening. Also winter in Sapa is very cold, so you need to bring warm clothes together with gloves, hat and scarf. But you note not to bring too many clothes heavy, avoid carrying bulky to travel was neat and gentle whiff.

3.Shoes
Tours mainly walking and hiking, a pair of sneakers, walking shoes make feet and sturdy will help you better than sandals or high heels beat the momentum of women slightly.

4 .Some other personal items
- toiletries: toothbrush, towels and other personal items. Do not carry too much if you really feel unnecessary.

- Sapa Tourist Map: A map of tourism will help you a lot in your trip. You can buy a map of Sapa in grocery stores in Hanoi and Sapa are offline.

- Phone, Camera: Phone for you also contacted, the problem rooms need help. If the phone is so convenient to take beautiful photos, but if you should still be able to bring a good camera, because Sapa will be plenty for you to capture the beautiful scenery there. Remember to bring a full battery, sticks photographic, memory cards or rechargeable backup to not miss a great moment does offline.