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Sapa in the autumn

Sapa's autumn

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Sapa in the autumn

Sapa in the autumn

Sapa’s autumn

Although every season of the year,  Sapa has its own beauty, but Sapa’s autumn  contains a very different beauty of the high land in the North. Smoke in early morning is beautiful, the smoke wrapped on the houses’ roof, on the mountains, hills and yellow rice terraced fields, or make the afternoon look a bit sorrow in the sense of some people.

Sapa 2 days 1 night by bus

Sapa town in the morning

September to October is one of the two best times to enjoy views of Sapa. This is the period of  rice harvest, the weather is sunny, dry , cool. Day time, you could visit  Muong Hoa valley, terraced fields and walk down the beautiful Cat Cat village , refreshing Lao Chai village, Ta Van village at Sapa for 2 days . In the evening you should walk around the lake, stone church, food street … with friends , it’s sound very interesting.

Sapa's autumn

Sapa’s autumn

Travel to Sapa 2 days 1 night by bus or Sapa 3 days 2 night and visit more places in Sapa 

To feel full of Sapa’s autumn , come in the season of rice harvest in September every year. Large fields spread over hundreds of hectares like Ta Van, Ta Phin , Lao Chai, etc … It’s like a giant carpet, we can also smell the aroma of ripe rice on fields.

Sapa wine

This time in Sapa is also the season of  Meo apple  , another name is the Sapa love fruit. This is one of Sapa special specialities should be used as a gift to soak  wine. This is the famous love-wine in Sapa you should try once. The Meo apple trees are grown up  on Hoang Lien Son Range. These trees were grown up with rain ,wind and sunny in High land, so they are enough bitterness  sour – sweet up.  Apple trees start blooming in the late spring (April-March) and has fruit in the fall. Visitors can buy fresh apples from August to October, this time the apples are sold by the H’Mong people in the market .

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