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  • Type : Land tour

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Bed size: Double/Twin

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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

Accommodation: Homestay

Day 2: Ta Van - Giang Ta Chai - Sapa

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 - 14:00 – Enjoy welcome drinks and itinerary briefing. Then, have lunch with delicious Vietnamese dishes before the hotel check-in.

Meals: B, L, D

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 3: Sapa - Cat Cat – Hanoi

Start hiking downhill to Cat Cat village at the bottom of Muong Hoa Valley. Enjoy the spectacular views of the beautiful valley towards Fansipan – the highest peak in Vietnam and Indochina. Upon arrival at the village, you will have a chance to visit the Black H’mong’s traditional stilt houses as well as watch people weaving, embroidering, and drying their clothes, etc. Then, keep walking to visit the dramatic

After lunch, we arrange the transfer back Hanoi

Meals: B, L

Accommodation: N/A

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Customer Reviews

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9.5

Rachael

Canada
25 Jul 2018
3 days 2 nights home stay and hotel We did a 3 day trek with our guide. It was the most amazing thing we have done, and having guide as our guide made it even more enjoyable. The guide spoke great English and was very knowledgeable o... See more

We did a 3 day trek with our guide. It was the most amazing thing we have done, and having guide as our guide made it even more enjoyable. The guide spoke great English and was very knowledgeable of the area and it’s history. We were able to go at our pace for the whole trip. The homestays were great also, a great insight into how the locals live

8.3

Jennifer

United State
04 Jan 2018
Organized way to visit Sapa Everything was well organized and planned out. I just had a few detailed things that didn't quite go according to my expectation. 1) Bus. For myself and my 2 kids was great. The sleeper bus had dou... See more

Everything was well organized and planned out. I just had a few detailed things that didn't quite go according to my expectation. 1) Bus. For myself and my 2 kids was great. The sleeper bus had double decker bunks, cocoon reclining seats that was very cozy. But if you're over 5'5" and above, you will not fit and will be miserable like my husband.The homestay is very basically with 20 mattresses on the floor with zero privacy. If you were a single lady traveling, you should think about that. The hotel for next day was great. 3) Our guide was good

9.0

Faustine

France
14 Dec 2017
Trekking there and sleeping at some people place is an awesome experience !!! We talked with a lot of people who went to Ta Phin, Cat Cat, and who slept in some hotels in Sapa and they didn't like the tourist experience it was... We followed 3 H Mong girls who talked to us i... See more

We talked with a lot of people who went to Ta Phin, Cat Cat, and who slept in some hotels in Sapa and they didn't like the tourist experience it was... We followed 3 H Mong girls who talked to us in Sapa and they took us to a village we didn't here about before. I don't spoil but it was the best experience ever !!! We followed mama sésé !