Being recommended as the most stunning destination for cloud hunting in the Northern of Vietnam, every year when the fall comes, Ta Xua witness people flock here for sightseeing.
Ta Xua belongs to Bac Yen dist, Son La province and is granted with spectacular mountains featuring the nature of the Northwest. Speaking of Ta Xua, most of people who ever be there at least once in their life will picture a place with twisted foggy hill roads and white cloud stretching to the horizon looking like an ocean covered.
Good to know that there are dozens of places offering the great view for watching the cloud in the Northwest of Vietnam as Hang Dong, Dinh Lao, Nui Muoi or Y Ty, Lao Cao, but none of them could compare to Ta Xua, it’s a perfect choice of place. The way to Ta Xua is not at all hard to approach, it does not require much climbing, the way is lightly steep but quite easy for hard riders.
Also, Ta Xua cloud sea is surrounded by high mountains so the wind hardly can disturb the cloud.This creates a giant cloud sea with quiet bunches of cloud so visitors can enjoy the scenes without being afraid that the cloud could be faded away quickly, which is the best difference between the cloud at Ta Xua and the other places.
Annually from December to March is the best period for cloud-seeing in Ta Xua. In this period, the air in the Northern is quite humid and temperature difference between day time and night time is huge and it is both sun and drizzling, which combine to create the ideal environment for clouds to condense here.
Coming to Ta Xua on the period, visitors will have opportunity to admire the giant sea of clouds, immerse in clouds like walking in the air or lost in the world of fairy tale. This could be on of the most precious experience in the trip to the Northwest of Vietnam so remember not to miss the place if you plan a trip there.
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