Giang Ta Chai village is far from the centre of Sapa about 15km. Located at the right side of Muong Hoa Valley, Giang Ta Chai is the village of Red Dao and has become of the attractive places to visitors who want to experience the colorful traditional customs.
Be charmed with marvelous sightseeing
Opposite to Muong Hoa stream, Giang Ta Chai lies silently by a majestic waterfall and was hidden by old trees and bamboo groves. On the narrow path to Giang Ta Chai, visitors have to pass through Muong Hoa stream which flows slowly year by year in Hoang Lien forest. Like other beauty spots in Sapa, here visitors will admire the gorgeous picture of mountains and rice terraced fields.
Colorful traditional customs of Red Dao group
Red Dao is the second biggest group of minority people in Sapa in Vietnam. Coming to the village, tourists will be charmed immediately with the out-standing traditional costumes of the local people; and most of those clothes are made from natural materials. Have an overnight at home stay of local people, you will have chance to experience the life style of Red Dao through their folk songs, traditional dances or their handicrafts.
One of the special occasions of the villgers is Cap Sac and they consider that it is the vital rite to the life of Red Dao men. A Red Dao man is only considered a mutual man until he completed the rites in Cap Sac.
Giang Ta Chai Village Map
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