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  • Type : Land tour

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Private tour (2* hotel)

Size : 20 m2 (hotel) Max Adults: 2

Bed size: Double/ Twin (hotel)

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Size : 25 m2 (hotel) Max Adults: 2

Bed size: Double/ Twin (hotel)

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Itineraries

Night 1: Hanoi - Lao Cai

20.30 Pickup at your hotel and transfer to Hanoi Railway Station for the night train to Lao Cai Station. Sleep on the train.

Meals: N/A

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Day 1: Lao Cai - Sapa - Lao Chai - Ta Van (4hrs trek, 12km, 3 villages)

Arrive in Lao Cai and transfer to Sapa. After breakfast, explore around Sapa. Start trekking after lunch. Visit Lao Chai Village and then walking through hillsides and along Muong Hoa River, visit Ta Van village.

Explore the daily life of Dzay minority and spend a night at a Dzao family.

Meals: B, L, D

Accommodation: Homestay

Day 2: Ta Van - Ban Ho (7hrs trek, 18km, 3 villages)

After breakfast, get to a village located at the foot of Hoang Lien Son range via bamboo forests. Visit a waterfall and a rattan bridge. Then get down to the river, cross it and keep going to Supan village for 2 minorities – The H’Mong and the Red Dzao. Get off the road to go down hill to BanHo village.

O/N at Ban Ho village with a Tay family.

Meals: B, L, D

Accommodation: Homestay

Day 3: Ban Ho - Thanh Phu (7hrs trek, 15 km, 4 villages)

Get up early in the morning for fresh air and peaceful daily life of the people. After breakfast, walk uphill to a smallest and almost untouched village of the Red Dzao (Namtoong). Go further to another village on the other side of the mountain range to see the XaPho ethnic group in MiSon village.

Have dinner and O/N at a Tay family in Thanh Phu village.

Meals: B, L, D

Accommodation: Homestay

Day 4: Thanh Phu - Supan - Sapa (4hrs trek, 12km, 23km by jeep)

After breakfast, walk back to Supan village where take a jeep back to Sapa. On the way back, visit the ancient stone circle (stones decorated with ancient carvings which are said to have described to the life of the people lost in the mists of prehistory).

O/N at hotel in Sapa

Meals: B, L, D

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 5: Sapa - Lao Cai - Hanoi

After breakfast, free time to visit Sapa town and market. Have lunch. At 15:30, get on bus to Lao Cai railway station. Have dinner in Lao Cai. Then take the night train back to Hanoi. End of tour.

Meals: B, L, D

Accommodation: N/A

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Customer Reviews

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9.4

Based on 4 reviews

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9.3

Azmir

Malaysia
28 Jan 2019
Nice landscapes, welcome minorities people You should expect a morning thick fog if you plan to do this trek during the winter season. The ladies were friendly to help during the trekking and have a conversation with you. Exchange stories i... See more

You should expect a morning thick fog if you plan to do this trek during the winter season. The ladies were friendly to help during the trekking and have a conversation with you. Exchange stories if you'd like to. Prepare an extra pair of good shoes, yours will probably be covered with thick mud. The village was lovely. I believe it's even more beautiful during other seasons. Prepare to be approached by the locals there selling their wonderful handcrafted items.

9.5

Owen

United Kingdom
16 Oct 2018
Well worth the money but be prepared for the walking. The trip was really enjoyable and we got loads of great photos. The views were amazing and the women were really helpful. We saw the local culture as well as lots of rice paddies. The trek was hard... See more

The trip was really enjoyable and we got loads of great photos. The views were amazing and the women were really helpful. We saw the local culture as well as lots of rice paddies. The trek was harder than we thought and could be explained a bit better. You need to be reasonable fit and they are right in recommending trekking boots. The guides do try to sell you stuff but only at the end and it was all nice handmade items anyway so we didn’t mind. Plus they deserved it for the help they gave us on the trek. The food was nice too and plenty, there were locals trying to sell stuff there which wasn’t ideal but we got over it. Would definitely recommend.

9.3

Danielle

Australia
26 Apr 2018
Marvelous scenery Great day spent walking among the local villages. Our guide was super friendly and accommodating. Good trip, great local lunch, couldn’t fault the day! Upon return a representative from the tour me... See more

Great day spent walking among the local villages. Our guide was super friendly and accommodating. Good trip, great local lunch, couldn’t fault the day! Upon return a representative from the tour met us to check everything had been positive. We felt very looked after!

9.5

Gunna

China
16 Oct 2016
Sapa trekking and will never forget We booked package tour which included our own guide, beautiful trekking, meals and spending the night with a family in a remote homestay. It was amazing, in the evening we celebrated a good rice ha... See more

We booked package tour which included our own guide, beautiful trekking, meals and spending the night with a family in a remote homestay. It was amazing, in the evening we celebrated a good rice harvest, the family and our guide showed extraorindinary hospitality. The guide kept us entertained during the entire trip, and I strongly support his own project "every day is a green day", where all of us gathered one bag of trash to inspire the locals to keep Sapa clean. Really recommend it