Opposite to Su Pan on the other side of Muong Hoa River and Valley is Giang Ta Chai village – a village of the Red Zao ethnic, nested under shade of the trees and bamboo hedges near a large and magnificent waterfall
Giang Ta Chai village is home to the Red Dzao who wear plain black trousers and a long black tunic with embroidered cuffs and lapels. To trek to Giang Ta Chai, you will set off on an 18km trek through terraced rice paddies, bamboo forest and stunning waterfalls. Red Zao minority people are the second biggest group of hill minority people in Sapa in Vietnam. Red zao minority people in Giang Ta Chai village in Sapa in Vietnam wear very colorful traditional costumes. In Giang Ta Chai village in Sapa in Vietnam, travelers also can visit wonderful waterfall as well.
Giang Ta Chai village in Sapa in Vietnam is one of the famous travel destinations for most of Sapa Tours and trekking holidays in Sapa in Vietnam. Giang Ta Chai village in Sapa in Vietnam offers travelers interesting trekking paths through bamboo forest. Giang Ta Chai village in Sapa in Vietnam also let travelers enjoy trekking through rice fields, crossing suspension bridge to the other side of the river. From Giang Ta Chai village in Sapa in Vietnam, travelers also can choose take take adventure trekking route up to the mountain to Su Pan Village in Sapa in Vietnam. Giang Ta Chai village in Sapa in Vietnam is also one of the place where travelers can stay overnight on their home stay tours in Sapa in Vietnam.