Sapa highland in the northwest of Vietnam where is home to multi-ethnic minority ethnic people of this land. Ta Phin village is the homeland of Red Dzao People, it is not so far from Sapa town by car on the main road but it is also interesting to do a trek from Sapa land following the buffalo trails, your trekking time is over 4-5 hours on the up and down track, you will have a picnic lunch on trekking route beside the stream or rice terraces then your arrival in Ta Phin village where is home for stay overnight in Red Dzao Family, your experienced time to be expressed on night activities with local people such like have a bath with Red Dzao’s herb medication, have a local dinner, enjoy the local winemaking from corn, rice, and cassava.
The travel distance from Hanoi to Sapa is 315 km. There is no airport nearby Sapa, so you have two options to travel between Hanoi and Sapa: taking a sleeper train or a bus. This range includes Vietnam's highest mountain, Fansipan, at a height of 3143 m above sea level. Besides, other mountains like Aurora & J (where the sun appears at sunrise) complete a very steep terrain. The town of Sa Pa lies at an elevation of about 1500 meters (4,921 feet) elevation. Sapa's area is home to several ethnic minorities. Here the majority of Kinh people are in the minority, making up only 15% of the total. In Sa Pa, the majority group is the H'Mông at 52%, followed by the Dao with 25%, the Tày at 5%, and the Giáy at 2%. There are also a few Xá Phó people. Sapa - the Famous for its breathtaking landscapes · 1 – Sapa Town · 2 – Cat Cat Village · 3 – Muong Hoa River & Valley · 4 – Y Linh Ho Village · 5 – Lao Chai Village.