Topas Ecolodges - Amazing Eco-lodge in Sapa Town

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If you are planning a trip to Sapa and wanting a retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday Vietnam, then Topas Ecolodge is the place to stay! 

Perfectly situated on a hilltop, surrounded by mountains that are covered in Rice Terraces – it doesn’t get much better than this! 45minutes out of Sapa town on a rather adventurous drive, you will arrive at your fairytale destination. Misty hills, cobblestoned paths and a pool that looks like you are floating in the clouds. An Amazing Eco-lodge in Sapa Town. It truly feels like you are in another world up there. So peaceful, quiet and surreal.

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Here, you can hike or cycle (there are free bikes and helmets) around the area and see for yourself how the mountain tribes cultivate their famous terraced rice fields and go on their daily lives. Mostly staffed with tribal people, Topas also places a strong emphasis on environmental sustainability and social responsibility. With hidden trails to explore and breathtaking scenery you will truly feel on top of the world at this secret gem.

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The 33 separate bungalows are built in scarlet style with private balcony facing the great mountains. Each of the bungalows comes with its own spacious balcony overlooking an expansive vista of towering mountain peaks and stunning, rice terraced valleys. Meanwhile, the split-level suites offer an extra level of comfort. Topas Ecolodge is adhering on sustainable principles to ensure that the lodge has a minimum impact on the surrounding environment. The lodge is a perfect place for relaxing in the heated pool or in the spa or for active visitors enjoying trekking and mountain biking.

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The best times to visit the area would be either from March to May, when the wild flowers bloom across the valleys amidst the green expanses of rice, or from September to December, when the rice paddies become fields of gold and white plum blossoms blanket the mountains. In recent years, due to climate change, there’s also a high chance of snowing from December to February.

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