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Lotussia Travel launches new trekking tour to Sapa, Vietnam

(Forimmediaterelease.net) Lotussia Travel has just launched a new trekking tour package to Sapa, Vietnam. This is an ideal option for people who want to experience the local life of the hill tribe ethnic minorities in the northern area of Vietnam.

Sapa is a small town that has been a gathering spot for many local hilltribes for nearly 200 years. Hmong and Dzao people, among others, still come here to conduct trade and socialize. Sapa, with its mercifully cool climate, became a holiday escape for French colonists, complete with rail connection, upscale hotels, and a tourist bureau as early as 1917. The outpost was retaken by the Vietnamese in 1950, attacked and destroyed later by the French, and left in ruin, only briefly occupied by Chinese troops in 1979. The town reopened for tourism in the 1990s.

This five-day trek will offer you a real experience of the mountainous town of Sapa. You will spend some days trekking to visit some minority villages including H'mong, Red Dzao, Tay, and Giay people. The trip will take you through nice scenery, an isolated ethnic village, rain forests, and flowers fields. Have stops enroute to meet local people and talk with them and you will understand more about their way of life, their culture, and customs. Sample some homemade specialties such as sticky rice wine and fresh green tea. You will also explore the most colorful market in the area, Bac Ha market, which is open on Sunday morning only.

Lotussia Travel 12/12 Dao Tan street Ba Dinh district, Hanoi, Vietnam Tel: +84.4.22494668 Email: info@lotussiatravel.com Website: www.lotussiatravel.com

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