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  • Type : Land tour

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    Homestay - 1 night
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Itineraries

Day 1: Hanoi - Sapa - Y Linh Ho - Lao Chai - Ta Van

6:30 - 7:00 – Get picked up from your hotel in Hanoi to depart for Sapa via the new highway with a comfortable short break.

13:00 – Arrive at Sapa town and be amazed by the colorful traditional costumes of H’mong, Dzao, Tay ethnic people. Enjoy welcome drinks and itinerary briefing. Then, have lunch with local Vietnamese dishes before the hotel check-in.

14:15 – Take a short drive to Y Linh Ho village and then start hiking through the rice terraces along Muong Hoa Stream to Lao Chai, the village of Black H’mong minority. Here you will enjoy the spectacular landscape of Hoang Lien Son mountain ranges. In the late afternoon, continue trekking to visit Ta Van village, which is the home of Tay minority. The trekking distance is about 9km and the duration is 3½ hours.

17:45 – It’s time to check into the homestay. Experience the rustic lifestyle of the local and watch the sun setting in the mountainous region. In the evening, enjoy the local bar nearby or socialize with other tourists then overnight at homestay.

Meals: L, D

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Day 2: Ta Van - Giang Ta Chai - Sapa - Hanoi

8:00 – Enjoy the breakfast prepared by the host family and start a new day with more hiking.

8:45 – Keep walking through the rice paddies where you have a nice photo session with the amazing surrounding landscapes. After passing a bamboo forest, you will arrive at Giang Ta Chai village – the home of Red Dzao minority. The total trekking distance is about 4km and the duration is roughly 2 hours.

11:00 – Exit the village via Giang Ta Chai Bridge to reach the main road where the driver is waiting to transfer you back to Sapa town.

12:00 - 15:00 – Have lunch and a short break inSapa town.

15:00 – Meet all other group members at the hotel to get ready for the bus to return to Hanoi.

21:00 - 22:00 – Arrive in Hanoi city. The tour ends.

Meals: B, L

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9.5

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9.3

Keirann

Canada
08 Oct 2018
The trip is amazing This is a great tour. I only wish I had stayed for another night! Our guide was amazing. She was knowledgeable, kind and funny. The trek was pretty easy the first day and then a little bit harder t... See more

This is a great tour. I only wish I had stayed for another night! Our guide was amazing. She was knowledgeable, kind and funny. The trek was pretty easy the first day and then a little bit harder the second but, I’d say it’s still not too difficult overall. The homestay was really nice with a delicious breakfast with crêpes. I would highly recommend this trip to everyone.

9.8

C Wotton

Australia
17 Jun 2018
Trekking Sapa We completed the two day trekking adventure to villages around Sapa. Our guide Say May was fantastic. Her genuine care for her culture, her knowledge and willingness to share and care for us was of... See more

We completed the two day trekking adventure to villages around Sapa. Our guide Say May was fantastic. Her genuine care for her culture, her knowledge and willingness to share and care for us was of the best quality. The scenery is breathtaking. Food is fresh and terrific. SaPa Trekking is for the good off-road walkers.

9.5

Jean

Netherlands
25 Jun 2016
A once in a life time expierence! The trip to Sapa from Hanoi was a great expierence and shows you a different view from Vietnam. You're up in the mountains the view is great, the local people, the way of life, you can experience t... See more

The trip to Sapa from Hanoi was a great expierence and shows you a different view from Vietnam. You're up in the mountains the view is great, the local people, the way of life, you can experience this all during this trip. We've done 2 trekkings, one each day, which were very tricky through the raining weather conditions earlier on the week. So the path we needed to follow was all muddy what made it extra hard. The homestay was superb. You meet al lot of people, enjoy the food, drink some rise wine before going to bed. The next morning the breakfast is good to get started for another tough day. Again the view was amazing (we had Sunshine that day). The guide we had kept up a high pace of walking through the mountains, explained things along the way and answered your questions. Overall we had a great time at Sapa