Sapa is one of the destination which is considerated as “must see place” in Northern Vietnam. Traveller will be impressed by breathless beauties of this land and the colorful culture of ethnic group there. Imagining you stay in beautiful balcony of hotel which on the top of a hill, overlooking down a beautiful valley where you feel ever close to the nature when the wind brings clouds to your dinning table. That is one of feelings you can try when you come to Sapa.

After the comfortable night in deluxe cabin of train, you are ready to discover Sapa. On the way to Victoria Hotel, you will travel uphill the Hoang Lien Son mountain chain and see the beautiful views of valleys and terraced rice fields. In here, you relax in fresh air and enjoy your time with people in Sapa, discovering culture, and visit to all the best site of Sapa Town.

Travel to Sapa in the most comfortable carriage, staying overnight at the Victoria Resort, taking a short walk around Ta Phin and Muong Hoa Valleys to enjoy the most beautiful scenery of a fresh nature, meeting local tribal peoples or sitting down with a cup of coffee over viewing the romantic scene of the town at sunset…All are included in this only two days trip and you’ll never forget Sapa.

The markets in the Northern Vietnam are always the colorful meeting places for the hill tribes of Vietnam. Minority people come down from the mountains to sell their products, or just for catching up on the latest news or gossip. The package is a combination of a stay at Topas Ecolodge, where you can explore the pure nature, peace and unique views over the mountains, with an unforgettable experience of encountering the various tribes in their colorful traditional dress, enjoying the fresh smell of exotic herbs and spices, sharing the abundant rice wine and purchasing some local souvenir products in their food stalls.

Join us today to discover the Bac Ha Market with the Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa’s Bac Ha Market package (2 days / 3 nights; from Friday to Sunday). Bac Ha is the largest and most colourful market in the area. Every Sunday morning, many different ethnic groups such as Flower H’mong, Phu La, Black Dao, Tay and Nung minorities gather to buy and sell local products that cannot be found elsewhere. In the afternoon, you will walk to the Tay minority village of Trung Do where you will get onboard a traditional boat and cruise along the Chay River.