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Cycling is always add more fun to all the trip and to some extends is an interesting way to explore rural area in Sapa .The same as trekking, cycling offers more chances to get as close to the nature as possible and helps to protect local environment by...

Cycle Fansipan's Westside Cycle Fansipan's Westside

One day touring the highlights of charming Sapa town and exploring its nearby tribal villages, two days on saddle to conquer Vietnam’s highest mountain pass, this trip is truly for cycle lovers . Following the motor way the first day and getting off the beaten track for the way back, your wheels will make a loop around the two large valley: Binh Lu and Tam Duong on Fansipan’s westside which boasts imposing scene of Hoang Lien Son Range as well as stunning landscapes of the mountainous plateau featuring with mountain back drops, green tea plantaitons and rice fields which surround villages of the Black Zao, Red H’mong and Lu ethnic peoples. The trip is also a perfect alternation for other trips in months of bad weather in Sapa.

Cycle Ta Phin village and Muong Hoa Valley Cycle Ta Phin village and Muong Hoa Valley

One day visiting Sapa town and its highlights, two days on wheels to explore the two stunning valleys near by Sapa, paying visit to tribal villages This trip is a combination of cyclists’ love with short walking, nature’s beauty and new culture discovery.

Discovery Of Muong Hoa and Ban Ho Valleys Discovery Of Muong Hoa and Ban Ho Valleys

After a full day visiting Sapa town and its wonders, you will cycle along the only narrow road to explore the southwest remote area of Sapa, famous with breathtaking landscapes of the Muong Hoa and Ban Ho Valleys which are homes to most of Sapa’s ethnic population such as Black H’mong, Red Zao, Zay & Tay people. Combining with short trekking, the trip brings memorable experience and fun only in nice weather.

Pedalling The Remote Sapa's Northwest Pedalling The Remote Sapa's Northwest

This trip is specialized for cycle lovers who wish challenging on two wheels while exploring remote countryside for nature beauty and people contact. From the very tourists’ popular Ta Phin Valley to seldom visited village of Ban Hon or along Nam Na River to Chinese border, you will be amazed by the country’s beauty as well as hospitality of tribal peoples from different ethnic groups such as Black H’mong, Red H’mong, Red Zao, Lu, Thai… who are living their own fascinating ways of life.

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