The Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range Listed as the 7th Best Trip in 2019 by National Geographic

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    The domain surrounding Vietnam's Hoàng Liên Sơn Mountain Range has been recently listed by National Geographic at its 7th rank as the best 28 trips in 2019. The range runs up to 180 kilometers as an extension department of the enormous Himalayas bridging Lào Cai and Lai Châu Provinces in Vietnam Northwest. Here is why the region must be your next top pick for Vietnam adventure tours.

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    Hoàng Liên Sơn from above (Source: Google)
    The scenic beauty of Hoàng Liên Sơn wild nature

    You have to have heard quite a lot about Sapa, Vietnam within a few years back. The spot is newly emerging as a phenomenon on the map of Worldwide attractions.
    For those that are brand new to Asia, the Globe 's enormous Himalayas is home to just one of its most widely used extension branches, which is now known as Vietnam's Hoàng Liên Sơn Mountain Range.

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    A long road cutting the hills (Source: Google)
    Globetrotters entering the surface of Sapa highland placed at the foot of the mighty Hoàng Liên Sơn Range would be left surprised at the chain of limitless terraced rice fields, greenish tea plantation, waterfalls, bamboo forests and wallow in the romantic vibe of native flew marketplaces operated by the ethnic citizens.

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    The river of clouds (Source: Google)
    Hoàng Liên Sơn gave birth to the sensation Sapa highland, an enormous attraction of Vietnam in the Northwest. Situated in the Northwestern face of the range is a chain of numerous magnificent mountains recorded to reach more than 2.800 meters in height.

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    Terraced fields in Sapa (Source: Google)
    Amongst those, Fansipan peak is recognized to become the highest mount in the nation stretching 3.143 meters. This is accordingly provided a spectacular name as "Indochina Summit".

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    Contemplating Hoàng Liên Sơn (Source: Google)
    One a lot more big reason Hoàng Liên Sơn received the interest on the channel's editors is dependant on the fact the number of guests paying their trips to the region hugely increases after a cable car system leading to "Indochina Summit" was put into operation.

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    Fansipan – Indochina Summit (Source: Google)
    What to see when visiting the site?

    In addition to the mentioned cable automobile process transferring you to Fansipan Mount, another great outdoor exercise to encounter is a trekking trip or maybe a little Vietnam adventure tours in the surrounding areas like Hoàng Liên National Park and Mường Hoa Valley.

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    Topas Ecolodge Resort view (Source: Google)
    Afterward, do not hesitate to spend a night over in a rustic homestay and make some natives friends in the ethnic hamlets of the H’Mông, Red Dao, Tày and Giáy communities.

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    Two Red Dao ladies (Source: Google)
    The best remarkable site should be nothing else but the “King of Vietnam Northwestern Passes” – Ô Quy Hồ. The pass is found along 4D Highway that connects Lào Cai and Lai Châu Provinces.

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    King of Vietnam Northwestern Passes (Source: Google)
    The pass was named as the given the initial harsh terrain of its challenging backpacking enthusiasts. The entire length is captured to last up to fifty kilometers skirting the cliffs perched way up higher.


    The best moment to visit Hoàng Liên Sơn

    Shared by different enthusiastic photographers, backpackers, and travel freaks, catching the very best outstanding landscaping of the Fansipan highlands must be best done if the pinkish cherry blossoms fully bloom when Lunar New Year comes.

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    Magnificent view from a homestay (Source: Google)
    Or else, when the seasons of Pinkster flowers in April and March or perhaps the ripen rice field from September to December take over the whole hills, different stunning scenes would also be sent.
    For those wanderers falling in love with the falling snows or floes clinging on the frozen leaves, don't miss the time in between December and February following year.[​IMG]
    Greenish infinity (Source: Google)
    Let's have a quick look into National Geographic Channel's ranking

    twenty eight destinations recommended by National Geographic's editors this time much diversify, from mountainous landscapes, waterways, lakes to jungles, islands and all of which represents for various kinds of continental terrains.

    This year, Asia presents 2 candidates, the Fanjingshan Mountain in China resting at the 3rd place and Vietnam's Hoàng Liên Sơn Mountain Range at the 7th ranking.

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    Fanjingshan Mountain (Source: Google)
    Below listed National Geographic’s 28 best trips for 2019:
    • Mexico City, Mexico.
    • Peruvian Amazon.
    • Fanjingshan, China.
    • Dakar, Senegal.
    • Dordogne, France.
    • Canterbury, New Zealand.
    • Hoàng Liên Sơn, Vietnam.
    • Greenland.
    • Wadi an Nakhur, Oman.
    • Kansas City, Missouri, The United States of America.
    • French Polynésie.
    • Vevey, Switzerland.
    • Bisti/De-Na-Zin, New Mexico, The United States of America.
    • Belize.
    • Matera, Italy.
    • Caño Cristales River, Columbia.
    • Cairo, Egypt.
    • Toronto, Canada.
    • Galway, Ireland.
    • Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique.
    • Oakland, California, The United States of America.
    • Salvador, Brazil.
    • Isla de los Estados, Argentina.
    • Bauhaus Museum, Dessau, Germany.
    • Macedonia.
    • Perth, Australia.
    • Montenegro.
    • Walton, Florida, The United States of America.
    Apparently, the most effective way to sense the organic vibe of Hoàng Liên Sơn is paying a trip to Sapa. Make it your most worthwhile Vietnam adventure tours and also you won't be disappointed.
     

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