Experiences to travel Sapa in winter

Often the right time to travel is from September Sapa to November or from March 3 to 5 because this is when Sapa stable weather, sunny day, night fell, the weather is chilly. However, with the distinct beauty of the northwest, more travelers are choosing Sapa tourism in chilly winter days. Sapa is usually cold all year round due to the considerable difference in altitude compared to sea level. But in the winter is the coldest with temperatures down to minus when few degrees, according to the sapa travel experience visitors should bring warm clothes. Although very cold but a lot of people are excited because we could be watching the grass with tape flap in the early morning. Especially, when the temperature had dropped too low, visitors can watch the snow falling on his country. Indochina travel Cambodia

Sapa in winter

Sapa in winter

Photos Dao ethnic girl with dazzling costumes, the drug has become very familiar with the people to market situation. And the boys will also choose the “wings” the most beautiful to be able to attract the enemy. To express feelings for his daughter noticed that the boy would hear melodies that girl is taped confession in a radio cassette to take with you when the market situation. Girls if they would agree to give the boy an object instead engagement agreed. Otherwise the card directly ignored.

Travel to sapa in winter

Travel to sapa in winter

Photos Dao ethnic girl with dazzling costumes, the drug has become very familiar with the people to market situation. And the boys will also choose the “wings” the most beautiful to be able to attract the enemy. To express feelings for his daughter noticed that the boy would hear melodies that girl is taped confession in a radio cassette to take with you when the market situation. Girls if they would agree to give the boy an object instead engagement agreed. Otherwise the card directly ignored. mekong cruises

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