Sapa’s Tranquil Terraces

While backpacking through Vietnam in 2013 I had the opportunity to spend two days trekking through the Sapa rice terraces.  To get to Sapa from Hanoi, you must take an overnight bus (an experience unlike any other) 380 km – It can easily be done if you have a couple of free days in the region.

An ethereal experience, walking the lush green hills through the soupy fog is still one of the highlights from my time as a vagabond.  We bunked the night at a charming homestay where we ate traditional cuisine from the region and drank way too much apple wine and moonshine.  If you ever find yourself in Sapa, head over to Lucky Daisy’s Bamboo Bar for an amazing evening of libations and tasty snacks with some genuinely good people.  Tell Eddie that the clumsy Ginger photographer says hi.  Thanks for following along and please feel free to subscribe to posts on the left!  I promise I wont spam you.

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