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Sapa Mountains

Fansipan Mountain

Fansipan MountainFansipan is branded “the Roof of Indochina” at the height of 3, 143m; Fansipan is to be approved as one of the very few eco-tourist spots of Vietnam, with about 2, 024 floral varieties and 327 faunal species.
 
The topography of Fansipan is varied. Muong Hoa Valley, at the lowest altitude (950-1, 000m), is created by a narrow strip of land at the base on the east side of the mountain. Geologists say the Hoang Lien Mountain Range, with Fansipan as its highest peak, did not emerge in the mountainous North West of Vietnam until the neozoic period (circ. 100 million years ago). Fansipan, a rough pronunciation of the local name “Hua Xi Pan” means “the tottery giant rock”. The French came to Vietnam and in 1905 planted a landmark telling Fansipan’s height of 3, 143m and branded it “the Roof of Indochina”. Very few people climbed to the top of Fansipan at the time. Then came the long years of war and Fansipan was left deserted for hunting and savaging. The trail blazed by the French was quickly overgrown by the underbrush. It takes six or seven days to reach the 3, 143m summit, the highest peak of the Indochina Peninsula.

In 1991, Nguyen Thien Hung, an army man returned to the district town and decided to conquer Fansipan. Only on the 13th attempt did Hung, with a H’Mong boy as his guide, conquer the high peak by following the foot steps of the mountain goats. Scaling the height was meant to satisfy his eager will and aspiration to conquer the mountain without expecting that his name would be put down in the travel guidebook. After that the Sapa Tourism Agency started a new package tour there. It seemed the Fansipan Tour was meant only for those who wished to test their muscular power. The summit of Fansipan is accessible all year round, but the best time to make the ascent is from mid-October to mid-November, and again in March. Foreigners like best to book Fansipan tours between October and December, as this period is more often than not free from the heavy rains that obstruct the jaunt. But the Vietnamese prefer their tours to the peak of the mountain from February to April, as it is not so cold then. However, the best time for the trek to the mountain is from the end of February to the start of March, when the flowers all flourish and the climbers may behold the carpets of brilliant blossoms, violets and orchids, rhododendrons and aglaias.
 

Ham Rong Mountain

Ham Rong MountainHam Rong Mountain is an attractive tourist area in the center of Sapa Townlet. It is not only famous for the amazing scenery but also the legend attaching with it.
 
Location: In center of Sapa Townlet, Sapa District, Lao Cai District; 33km from Lao Cai City.

Ham Rong Mountain is an attractive tourist area in the center of Sapa Townlet. Legend has it that in the distance past, all animals lived together in a chaotic environment. One day, Jade Emperor gave an order that every species of animal had to find for them an area to live. Having heard the order, they scrambled for a place to reside. The three brothers of dragon who were living in a large lake hurriedly ran to the east but could not find any place; they then ran to the west. The two older brothers ran fast and came to the destination first. The youngest brother ran slowly and strayed into the crowds of lions, tigers and big cats. Fearing that these animals would attack it, the dragon opened its mouth to defense itself. At that time, the order of Jade Emperor was no longer available, so the three dragons petrified. The two older dragons, which were waiting for their brother, face Lao Cai City, and the youngest one raising its head and opening mouth faces the Hoang Lien Mountain Range. So the mountain is named Ham Rong (Jaw of Dragon). Visitors to Ham Rong have chances to climb up the San May (Cloud Yard) to enjoy the panorama of Sapa Townlet, visit the orchid gardens with beautiful and colorful flowers.
 

Ta phin grotto

At the far end corner of Ta Phin village is Ta Phin Cave. As usual, with the commercialism of tourism, Red Dao women wait there to promote you and offer you to buy their merchandises.
 
The Dao children also surrounded us to rent us the torch light. The problem was there were a few of them persuaded you to rent from them, so Adeline did have a hard time figure which one to rent. The torch normally cost VND 2, 000.
The Red Dao is easily identifiable by the large red headdresses worn by many of the women.

Ta Phin grotto is just a small and unimpressive cave, and it’s completely dark inside. Bring a torch, else make sure the torch light is bright when renting one.

Sapa Ancient Rock

Sapa Ancient Rock Field is between the terraced rice paddies of ethnic minority groups. The first exploration research, in 1925, recorded that there were 200 stones of various dimensions concentrated in the area. Hon Bo, which is 15m long and 6m high, is the biggest of theses rocks.
 
Location: Sapa Ancient Rock Field is in Muong Hoa Valley, Hau Thao Commune, Sapa District, Lao Cai Province. This 8sq.km-area of remains consists of large multi-grade rocks engraved with ancient images.

Sapa Ancient Rock Field is between the terraced rice paddies of ethnic minority groups. The first exploration research, in 1925, recorded that there were 200 stones of various dimensions concentrated in the area. Hon Bo, which is 15m long and 6m high, is the biggest of theses rocks.

The engravings on the surfaces of the stone are either pictographic or decorative. Remarkably, among the engravings are drawings of humans, stilt-houses of the ethnic minorities and symbols believed to be a primitive form of writing. But their meaning has not yet been deciphered.

In addition, impressive images include a da chong (the husband stone), da vo (the wife stone), as well as stones that look like tigers and a stela with an incantation written on it by the carver to help his people defeat the tigers. The da chong and da vo tell the story of faithful love between a couple who overcame all difficulties to be together; even though they turned to stone, they are still dedicated to each other.

Archaeologists have proven that this area has been inhabited since ancient times. These fascinating Viet remains have drawn the attention of scientists and tourists.
 

Muong Vi Grotto

It’s unsurprising that Muong Vi has been given national heritage status by the Ministry of Culture and Information. The place is like a natural gift to the people of the land. Muong Vi grotto-complex renders unforgettable memories to visitors giving a natural gift by the Creator to the land.
 
Muong Vi is located 28 kilometre from Lao Cai township to the northeast beyond Bat Xat and Vuoc mountainous village. Muong Vi is a large valley ringed by mountain. Due to its geological structures, Muong Vi has splendid grottoes.
 
Na Rin grotto
Na Rin grotto is nearly 1 kilometre long with many entrance-doors, in the grotto there are stalagmites and stalactites, shining in dim lights and many magnificent figures could be imagined along the stream banks, so the grotto is locally named Thuy Tien (Waterfairy). On the stone-walls, there are stalactites, looking like cluster lamps. In the views of the scientists, Na Rin is a large grotto with stalactites and stalagmites, particularly, it remains untouched and unexploited by humans.
 
Cam Rang grotto
Cam Rang is another grotto on the slope of a high mountain, so stalactites here are deep-brown and solid. The entrance door is home to thousands of bats. Inside stalagmites and stalactites are multi-formed, below is grotto Camlocally named Thuy Tien (Waterfairy). On the stone-walls, there are stalactites, looking like cluster lamps. In the views of the scientists, Na Rin is a large grotto with stalactites and stalagmites, particularly, it remains untouched and unexploited by humans.
 
Cam Tam grotto
Cam Tam is a grotto at the foot of the mountain, its divided into two storeys at the entrance-door, there are big columns of rock crystal (3m high) there are less stalactites and stalagmites but it sounds more legendary linked to the history of the fairies, who kind-hearty helped farmers at harvest time. Stalactites and stalagmites are imaginative stone of farming tools and cattle brought by fairies to local farmers.

Muong Vi grotto-complex renders unforgettable memories to visitors giving a natural gift by the Creator to the land. Muting Vi was classified as a national landscape by the Ministry of Culture and Information

See Also

Ha Giang Markets
Halong Bay Island
Sapa Markets
Silver Waterfall
Halong Bay Islets
Sapa Villages
Halong Bay Beaches
Dong Van Stone Plateau
Halong Bay Grottoes

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