According to the site, from its verdant scenery to its towering green peaks, Sapa has everything a hiking aficionado craves. In addition, the landscape has a variety of trails to suit all levels of hikers, from half-day hikes to Dao and Hmong villages to a 4-day trek up to the highest peak in Vietnam – Fansipan. Furthermore, Sapa has cool temperatures and is home to hill tribes with colourful cultures.
Fansipan Mountain was introduced as Vietnam’s highest mountain. It is called the “Roof of Indochina”. “With an impressive elevation of 3,143 meters, it is, after all, an extremely steep mountain that’s only recommended for those who are in tip-top shape.” It takes at least three days to climb to the peak of the mountain and get back down to the base.
Other spots of Vietnam, the travel site recalls another spots such as Mount Rinjani (Indonesia), Cameron Highlands (Malaysia), Banaue Rice Terraces (the Philippines), Mount Bromo (Indonesia), Chiang Mai hill tribe hikes (Thailand), Mount Kinabalu (Malaysia), Kalaw to Inle Lake (Myanmar).