Hill Tribe Walks
Key information: Hill Tribe Walks
- Vietnam has superb hill walking all along the jungle-wreathed, mountainous spine of its western flank, but especially in its far north-west. Much of it is inhabited by tribes who still live poor but very unsullied lives in valleys and clearings.
- There is also a wonderful diversity of vegetation and animal life to be admired.
- We are researching these walks with a view to developing our usual-quality information: all help, suggestions and photos are welcome!
- Walkopedia rating92
- Natural interest16
- Human interest14
- Negative points0
- Total rating92
- Length: Variable
- Level of Difficulty: Variable
This walk description page is at an early stage of development, and will be expanded over time. Your comments on this walk, your experiences and tips, and your photos are very welcome.
COMMUNITY COMMENTS AND PHOTOS
Posted on: 20/06/2017
To know when to visit Sapa and according to one inconvenience which will not change quickly is the weather in Sapa region. If you visit off-season, don’t forget your woollies as winter in Sapa brings fog and drizzle. January and February are the coldest and foggiest month and from March to May the weather in Sapa is excellent. source: http://www.vietnameseprivatetours.com/when-visit-sapa/
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