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Dong Van Karst Plateau

Dong Van Karst Plateau

Dong Van Karst Plateau, also known as Dong Van Highland, is a stone plateau spread over four districts, including Quang Ba, Yen Minh, Dong Van, Meo Vac of Ha Giang province. Dong Van Karst Plateau has an area of 2356.80 km2, located 150 km from Ha Giang town, having the average height from 1.000 to...
Silver Waterfall Sapa Vietnam

Silver Waterfall Sapa

The feeling of standing in the middle of the majestic mountain forest and listening to the sound of a waterfall streaming down make us see how humble we are. Standing at the foot of Silver waterfall to watch the incredible and magical beauty of the waterfall when touring Sapa is really fascinating.
Dau Dang Waterfall

Dau Dang Waterfall

Nang River, when flowing into the H'mong village, descends from the large rocky slopes, forming the magnificent Dau Dang waterfall, which blends with the original forest landscape of Ba Be National Park. The waterfall is located about 4km from the West of Ba Be Lake, which is contiguous between Bac Kan and Tuyen Quang province.

What is the best season for trekking Fansipan?

There is one thing that The Terrible Tour Guide Team would like to assure you: Fansipan is always beautiful. In each season, every time, Fansipan bears with its own fascinating beauty. But perhaps to answer the question of which best season is for Fansipan climbing, then the appropriate time for the journey to conquer the...
Lao Chai Village Sapa Vietnam

Lao Chai Village – Sapa Vietnam

Located 7-8 km to the Southeast of Sapa Town, Lao Chai Village is a village of the Black H'Mong ethnic group. Therefore, visitors can pay a visit to Lao Chai Village from Sapa without spending too much time on traveling. Visiting Lao Chai Village, visitors can observe and learn about the culture and customs of...
Ta Van village rice terraced fields, Sapa

Ta Van Village – Sapa

Visiting the Ta Van Village, travelerswill be stunnedby the idyll, rusticcityblending with the humble but marvelous houses of the locals in the village.
An Ma Temple

An Ma Temple

On the journey to discover Ba Be area (Bac Kan), visitors will have the opportunity to visit and offer incense at An Ma Temple, immersed in the poetic and lyrical scene but still feel the sacred atmosphere of the Buddhist meditation place.
A corner of Bac Ha Sapa Market

Bac Ha Market

Located about 60km from Lao Cai City, Bac Ha cultural market is held every Sunday in the center of Bac Ha Town. This is the biggest and most famous fair market of the border highland people. On the journey to Bac Ha you will admire the majestic mountains, chasms, meanders and terraced fields,etc. If you...
Pac Ngoi village among the mountainous landscape

Green beauty of Pac Ngoi village

Leaning against the mountain, looking down on Ba Be Lake, among beautiful stilt houses is Pac Ngoi village - Tay's cultural beauty - an interesting destination for tourists coming to Ba Be National Park.
Fansipan Mountain

Fansipan Mountain

Located in Lao Cai province, Fansipan Mountain is about 9 km Southwest of Sapa Town. This mount belongs to Hoang Lien Son Mountain range in the Northwest of Vietnam and within the border of Lao Cai and Lai Chau Provinces. Considering as the roof of the Indochinese peninsula; at 3,143m altitude, Fansipan is known as...
Ham Rong Mountain Garden in Sapa Vietnam

Ham Rong Mountain

Ham Rong Mountain is a dragon head-shaped mountain located right next to the town center, and also a splendid eco-tourism area of Sapa. This is one of the few beautiful and shape figure mountains in Vietnam with its own fascinating and thrilling legends.

7 things you need to pay attention when conquering Fansipan Mountain (Part 1)

Coming to Sapa, visitors are not only sightseeing ordinary and simple monuments of this highland town but can also take part in risky activities, challenging their own abilities such as conquering Fansipan Mountain. To overcome this challenge, you must be prepared mentally as well as physically. Here are some experiences which will help you conquer...