Things to do in Sapa Vietnam | Top Attractions Travel Guide



When planning your next holiday or backpacking trip to Vietnam consider the following things to do in Sapa in my latest travel video showcasing the top attractions in this travel guide. There are few places in Southeast Asia (or around the world) that offer as stunning scenery worth exploring as Sapa, Vietnam. Whether you’re trekking or hiking around the area consider the following four places to explore:

1) Hike to Lao Chai Village to visit the Black Hmong as part of your Sapa trekking experience.
2) Hike to Ta Van Village to greet the Dzay Tribe on your second day of Sapa hiking.
3) Hike to Giang Ta Chai Village to be welcomed by the Dzao Tribe.
4) While basing yourself in Sapa take a short walk over to Cat Cat Village home of the Black Hmong Tribe.

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From marvelous vista to water buffalo from mountains to farm animals from rice terraces to rice fields – one things is certain – your senses will be overloaded.

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All photos and video taken by Samuel Jeffery (Nomadic Samuel) and Audrey Bergner (That Backpacker).

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23 comments

  1. Weird music choice, is this a funeral?

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  2. good video. the last video i see you in Kyrgyz Republic

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  3. Dude, great video but the music is from a horror movie, it's so bad that I love it! I can't get it out of my head now 🤣🤣🤣

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  4. So these is my village

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  5. Beside Sapa, we have new suggest is Mu Cang CHai. It's also well known with beautiful rice terrace, colorful culture of ethnic minority but less touristic than sapa. You can explore Mu Cang Chai by trekking or motorbike tour. See our trip to learn more about Mu Cang CHai: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HaVNKqdf2nI

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  6. It's very nice think

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  7. I love this video

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  8. link to music please
    i need it in my life!

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  9. Horrible music..

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  10. Love your video, truly reflect the experiences of treking in that kind of environment, what to expect. Thanks a lot. I thought the music was ticklish, resembles a tired and worn off being walking on a muddy land but the positive energy from heaven and earth helps him to move on.

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  11. How's farted this background music ?

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  12. I like the music!

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  13. Beautiful place for hiking 🥾 🥾 ya guys look great!!!!!!!from🇱🇷🇱🇷🇱🇷🇱🇷🇱🇷

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  14. interesting choice of music. Its like I feel your guys pain and dread.

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  15. Bwamp whomp ba bwamp.

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  16. You need to get rid of that annoying background horn blowing music. I am forced to leave this video due to the sound.

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  17. Great video Sam and Audrey looked like a really difficult trek oh boy

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  18. That music is like a bad acid trip
    BWAAAA wahhhhh WAAAAA wahhhh BAAAAA BWAHHHHH… BA BWAMP.

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  19. What's with that music?

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  20. Great video,many thanks to you guys ! I love it very much Yes scenery it’s beautiful, I am sailing alone around the world. I wish you all the best.

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  21. I love the music proper nomadic tribal or spaghetti western

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  22. This is the second time I watch this video. Nothing's gonna change my love for this video. Also, I love your smiles and music!

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  23. Everyone is complaining about the music but I wouldn't even dare to call that noise music.

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