Itinerary at a glance
Night 3: Catch the bus to Hanoi , Trip ends
At an elevation of 1,600 meters, Sapa is a delightful former French hill station, lovely situated in the mountainous region of Vietnam’s northwest. The region is home to many ethnic minorities with colorful traditional clothes and attire.
We offer various program with 1 day, 2-3 days trekking Sapa & customize for your plan. Let join with our Sapa tour.
20h30 our tour guide will transfer you to Hanoi station for the 21h15 train to Lao Cai.
Note: Even though, there is Highway Express to connect Hanoi – Sapa that shortens the road transfer down to 5.5 hours from 8-9 hours, we still offer this trip with railway transfer. The rail in Vietnam is very much different to those ones in your country then train ride itself is an experience worthy to take. If you don’t like train transfer, contact our team to change to road transfer. If road transfer confirmed, the tour omits this night and starts from Hanoi.
After breakfast, meet the tour guide and start the day trip by trekking 12 kms, to visit Y Linh ho, Lao Chai and Ta Van villages of the H’mong and the Dzay minorities people.
Lunch at a local family in Ta Van village
After lunch, proceed to hike around the village of the Dzay & H’mong where you will stay overnight in a local family. This brings you a great opportunity get to know about their daily life, work, custom and their products, such as embroideries, clothes…
Dinner at the village & Over night at home stay in the Ta Van village
Transfer Lao Cai – Sapa: 1 hours driving
Trekking: 4–5 hours hiking on dirt paths/downhill
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Red Zao people in Sapa
After picnic lunch, continue hiking to Ban Ho, the village lying within a beautiful valley, home to the Tay minority people who have their traditional house on stilts. You will spend the night here in this village
Dinner at the village & Over night at home stay in Ban Ho village
Trekking: 6-7 hours trekking on dirt paths/downhill
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
7:00: Enjoy breakfast in the village.
8:30: After breakfast, the tour guide will take you 2 km walking to a very nice waterfalls which was discovered and named “the Lavie” by the French during the colonial time in Vietnam. Enjoy swimming there and then go up to the mountain to visit a small hamlet of the Red Dzao people called Nam Toong, then get back to Ban Ho before get to Sapa by jeep or motorbike
Upon arrive in Sapa, we take shower and spend the rest of the day exploring Sapa town with market, square and abandoned church. Pack your things up, take some last flashing views of the charming, quiet town, at 5.30 pm we will be transferred to Lao Cai for the night train back to Hanoi.
Night 3: Over night on the train (soft sleeper)
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Robyn cathy L
Mexico City, Mexico
Travelling and staying in one of the villages around Sapa adds to the experience of this area of Vietnam. We booked private Sapa Hard Trekking Tour and homestay tours in Hanoi and had great time & valued. A little bit hard when trekking from Sapa town to Taphin Village & homestay but it’s really amazing, passing many landscapes, terraced rice fields, valley. Visit local houses, chat with local people will be great experiences. All of them are very friendly & hospitality.
Hilary Cant – New Zealand
“The trekking was really nice, had a great trip and were so lucky with the weather.
Was great to be able to see the harvest and we got to try cutting the rice plants as well which was awesome! The guide was so lovely and learn lots about Hmong and the area. Really enjoyed it 🙂Visited September 2016
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