Can you fly into Sapa?
There are no direct flights or trains to go to Sapa, so if you want to visit Sapa, you will have to take the plane or train to Hanoi (if you are not in Hanoi) and take another train or bus to go to Lao Cai to connect to Sapa.
How do I get to Sapa?
You can get to Sapa via train to Lào Cai plus a taxi, or by private transfer, tourist bus, public bus, motorbike, or rental car. You can also cross the border from China and Laos, or head to Sapa from Dien Bien Phu and Bac Ha at the Chinese border.
How many days should I spend in Sapa?
Two days in Sapa should be the bare minimum, and we’ve come up with a way to perfectly even out your days while taking in a sizeable portion of what Sapa has to offer.
How do I get from Hanoi to Sapa by train?
Hanoi to Sapa travel time
By train, the journey from Hanoi to Lao Cai (the nearest railway station 35 kilometres or 22 miles from Sapa) takes 8 hours and 5 minutes. From Lao Cai Train Station, it takes an additional 65 minutes to reach Sapa town by road.
How much is train from Hanoi to Sapa?
Train from Hanoi to Sapa
How much does it cost to go to Sapa?
A vacation to Sapa for one week usually costs around d5,001,921 for one person. So, a trip to Sapa for two people costs around d10,003,841 for one week. A trip for two weeks for two people costs d20,007,682 in Sapa.
Is it worth it to go to Sapa?
Combining both culture and natural beauty into one enticing package, Sapa is definitely worth visiting if you have the chance. While its remote location does make it a bit of a pain to get to, it’s also what has preserved the scenic beauty and rich cultural heritage for so long!
What is the best month to visit Sapa?
The best time to visit Sapa is from March to May and from September to November. At these times, the weather is relatively stable with sunny days and cool nights. The first period is the fall time. At this time of the year, the weather is very comfortable for tourism.