Sa Pa is a quiet mountain town and home to a great diversity of ethnic minority peoples. Home to several ethnic minorities, chiefly the H’Mong, the Dao and the Day, Sapa has been attracting trekkers since the early 1900s. From Sapa town, tourists will depart for a walk to Muong Hoa Valley.
Muong Hoa is one of the most famous destinations for breathtaking scenery and is the largest farmland for rice growing in SaPa. It is a place, along through the mountains is a strange carved stones, Sapa’s Muong Hoa Valley has mysterious graphics.
Exploring the magnificent Muong Hoa Valley to enjoy its breathtaking landscapes, you will visit small and isolated hamlets and villages in order to meet the Black H’mong, Zay and Red Zao at home.
Muong Hoa River peacefully flows through the valley, weaving itself along foot mountains, nourishing the earth and the people. On rice season, the rice farmland valley is mixed different shades of green and yellow. Therefore, you will grace the overview from above. For example, patches of colors lining are arranged together, which creates amazing sensual patterns and a sublime and majestic landscape.