5D4N Northern Vietnam: Sapa & Ha Long Bay

Halong Bay

Uncover Vietnam’s stunning natural wonders in Sapa and Ha Long Bay! Get lost in the mesmerizing beauty of Sapa’s terraced rice fields and the rich tapestry of ethnic traditions. Prepare to be captivated by Ha Long Bay’s emerald waters and magnificent limestone islets as they transport you to an enchanting realm like no other. Hold on tight as you embark on an incredible journey filled with awe and tranquility in these jaw-dropping destinations.

  • No compulsory shopping stop. No optional tour.
  • 12 Meals: 4 Breakfast, 4 Lunches, 4 Dinners
  • English guide
  • Visit Mount Fansipan, the “Rooftop of IndoChina”
  • Explore Cat Cat H’mong Village
  • 1 night in a luxurious Ha Long Bay cruise

Spring (March to April)

Spring is a delightful season in North Vietnam, with pleasant temperatures ranging from 15°C to 25°C. The weather starts to warm up after the colder winter months, and nature comes alive with blooming flowers and lush greenery.

Summer (May to August)

Summer brings warmer temperatures, ranging from 25°C to 35°C, and higher humidity. It is the hottest and wettest season, with occasional heavy rain and thunderstorms. The rice fields flourish during this time, offering picturesque landscapes.

Autumn (September to November)

In this season, the temperatures start to cool down, ranging from 20°C to 28°C, and the weather becomes more comfortable for outdoor activities. The countryside is painted in golden hues as the rice fields ripen for harvest, creating stunning vistas.

Winter (December to February)

This season is chilly, with temperatures ranging from 10°C to 20°C, and it can get even colder in the mountainous areas. It’s an ideal time for those who enjoy a cooler climate and a chance to experience the unique beauty of frosty landscapes. In the northern mountains, some areas may even receive snowfall.

Day 1. Welcome to a unique experience!

  • Xin Chao! Your friendly local guide awaits your arrival at the airport.

  • Embark on a drive to Sapa, nestled in Vietnam’s remote northwest mountains. Renowned for its breathtaking, rugged scenery and diverse cultural tapestry, the region is adorned with mesmerizing rice terraces and abundant vegetation.


Day 2.

  • Rong May Glass Bridge – The bridge, constructed from transparent glass, stands as one of the highest glass bridges in Vietnam. Perched atop the O Quy Ho pass in the Tam Duong district of Lai Chau province, this extraordinary project is also known as the Sky Gate.
  • Sunworld Fansipan – Reaching the summit of Mt Fansipan, the highest peak in Indochina and often referred to as the ‘Rooftop of Indochina,’ is an unparalleled experience. Ascend this majestic peak in Vietnam via a cable car and tram ride, where a breathtaking panorama awaits at the mountain’s pinnacle.

Land Tour Only

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