NIGHT 1 : NIGHT TRAIN OR BUS FROM HANOI TO SAPA
Overnight on the train or bus
DAY 1 : SAPA – CAT CAT – SIN CHAI – SAPA – (B, L, D)
We will pick you up at Lao Cai bus/railway station by bus, to take you to the township of Sapa (approx one hour)
Arrive in Sapa at 08:00.
After breakfast and a morning shower, we will start walking to Cat Cat and Sin Chai villages in the bottom of Muong Hoa valley.
Enjoy the spectacular views of the beautiful valley towards Fansipan- highest peak in Viet Nam and Indochina.
Go through a village of Black H’mong tribe, see people weaving and embroidering their clothes, enjoy colourful rice terraces and the interesting waterfall.
Come back to Sapa in the afternoon. Free time to explore Sapa ethnic market and town.
Overnight at the hotel in Sapa town.
DAY 2 : SAPA - Y LINH HO - LAO CHAI - TA VAN - (B ,L ,D )
Enjoy your breakfast then check out of the room. Keep your baggage in the hotel then we will walk from Sapa towards
Muong Hoa valley where can admire magnificent landscape.
Here you will discover the wonderful scenery of Hoang Lien mountain ranges and meet Black H’mong tribes.
Trek through terraced rice paddies and minority villages along the Muong Hoa River, where we can have a nice swim.
Lunch at Lao Chai Village then keep going to Ta Van Village of Dzay people.
Arriving at Ta Van, where we have dinner cooked on a wood fire enjoying the homestay overnight company and hospitality of our Dzay family
DAY 3 : TA VAN – GIANG TA CHAI – SU PAN – SAPA – (B, L, D)
Enjoy a delicious breakfast ready to trek through bamboo forests towards Giang Ta Chai waterfall, cross over a rattan suspension bridge and enter into Giang Ta Chai village which is inhabited by the Red Zao minorities.
Here we will experience their daily life then cross over the Muong Hoa River up the mountain to visit Su Pan village of the H’mong people.
We then take the bus back to Sapa.
Take a fresh shower in the hotel before heading to Lao Cai train station for the night train back to Ha Noi.
NIGHT 3 : LAO CAI TO HANOI OVERNIGHT TRAIN
Overnight on the train. Tour finishes.
English speaking tour guide
Village entrance fees
1 night at the hotel and 1 night at homestay
Personal travel insurance
What you should bring :
Comfortable trekking shoes
99 USD/person (travel by bus)
128 USD/person (travel by train)
125 USD/person (travel by bus)
155 USD/person (travel by train)
The visit of Bac Ha market is possible on Sunday only.
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