Sapa Tours: All Tours & Activities

We found 26 things to do in Sapa

3 Trekking Days In Sapa From Lao Cai Station

Sapa is a highlight travelling spot in the north of Vietnam which possesses many interesting points that you will make curious, from the people of ethnic minorities, their unique cultures, to the nature landscapes of…

Duration: 3 Days - 2 Nights

Languages: English

$107.00
(per person)

2 Trekking Days In Sapa From Lao Cai Station

With high topography, the north of Vietnam possesses almost of high and dangerous mountains and mountain ranges. Sapa town in Lao Cao province is one of a typical destination that owning many stunning views, from…

Duration: 2 Days - 1 Night

Languages: English

$52.00
(per person)

3 Trekking Days At Lao Chai Ta Van And Cat Cat Village From Lao Cai Station

If you are looking for a trekking tour in Sapa which give you real emotions about discovering of a new land, this tour is a good choice for you. You will spend 3 days to…

Duration: 3 Days - 2 Nights

Languages: English

$95.00
(per person)

Trekking Through Villages Of Ethnic Minorities From Lao Cai

If you are planning to explore Sapa but still have no a exact direction, you should consider about that tour. This trek tour from Lao Cai station will lead to ethnic minorities’ villages to find…

Duration: 2 Days - 1 Night

Languages: English

$66.00
(per person)

2 Days At Y Linh Ho Village And Coc Ly Market From Lao Cai Station

Sapa likes a hidden gem which possesses many beautiful features from the landscapes of nature, culture of ethnic minorities to landscapes from the local’s hard-working results…

Duration: 2 Days - 1 Night

Languages: English

$89.00
(per person)

One Day Explore Ban Khoang And Ta Giang Phinh From Sapa – Private Tour

Sapa possesses many fascinating things, from beautiful landscapes, friendly local people to colorful traditional costumes. All of those characteristics create a beautiful mountainous area picture. Let's ready to observe them by your own eyes!

Duration: 6 Hours

Languages: English

$28.00
(per person)

3 Conquer Fansipan Peak – The Rooftop Of Indochina From Lao Cai Station

If you are a climbing lover and always want to conquer goals, this will a perfect choice for you. With 3 days, you will have chance…

Duration: 3 Days - 2 Nights

Languages: English

$166.00
(per person)

Cat Cat Village – Sin Chai

Join this tour, you will have the opportunity to have better understanding about the local's life and the views of flower fields, Hydraulic Power Station, Tien Sa waterfall and small houses of the local along…

Duration: 6 Hours

Languages: English

$25.00
(per person)

3 Days Trekking At Bac Ha Market And Ethnic Villages In Sapa From Lao Cai Station

There are many interesting things in Sapa that can make you satisfied, from the culture to landscapes. With 3 days in Sapa from Lao Cai station, you will have the opportunity to see beautiful views…

Duration: 3 Days - 2 Nights

Languages: English

$114.50
(per person)

2 Private Days Tour To Visit Ethnic Minorities From Lao Cai Station

Ethnic minorities always have their own unique features in culture and life. Visiting ethnic minorities is one of the best and fastest way to find out more about theirs. Our friendly tour guide will lead…

Duration: 2 Days - 1 Night

Languages: English

$99.00
(per person)

About Sapa

Sapa is a town in Lao Cai Province in Northwest Vietnam close to the Chinese border. It is located about 350km Northwest of Hanoi. Here is where one will find the Hoang Lien Son range of mountains, which includes Fan Si Pan - the country's highest peak.

This quiet Vietnamese town is home to a population which consists mostly of minority groups. There are five main ethnic groups in Sapa: the Hmong, Dao, Tay, Giay and Xa Pho. It is said that Sapa was first occupied by the first four groups, since the Vietnamese from the lowlands (better known as the Kinh) did not colonise the highest valleys.

It was only when the French arrived in Tonkin in the 19th century that Sapa was acknowledged and included on the national map. The site where Sapa would be became a key location for the French military as well as missionaries. It was also only in 1993 that Sapa became accessible to many, as this was the year its doors were opened to tourists.