When is the best time to visit Sapa?
Sapa, Vietnam is one of the top attrations of this beautiful country. Sapa is best seen in the Second week of September when all rice paddies turns to Gold color.
Located almost 4 hundred km from Hanoi, most visitors access Sapa by driving ( 5 hours). Sapa is 1,600 metters above sea level and surrounded by mountain ranges made Sapa very cool all year around. Whole the town lies in the shadow of Phan-Xi-Pang (Fansipan – 3,143m), the highest peak in the country.
This is home of dozen of hill tribes people and Black Hmong is majority, other are Dzay, Red Zao, Xa Pho and Tay… Local farming rice on terraces of the hill side and harvest just one crop a year. This is a great opportunity for photographers and visitors to Sapa hunting for the best shots.
Vietnam Travel give you some brief ideas how Sapa looks like in September.
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Sapa in September when rice paddy is ready for harvest.
Trekking through the field to village of Day and Hmong villages up on the hillside.
Picnic lunch served by the stream.
a photo stop on the drive to Lao Chai & Ta Van village.
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