sapa holiday in luxury travel style - top of vietnam holiday packages
getting lost in dream-world
day 1: hanoi - lao cai(sapa holiday by train)
8:00 PM transfer to Hanoi station to take a night train to Lao Cai.
day 2: fascinating valleys - the highlight of sapa tours
Our guide pick up you at Lao Cai station. Drive to Sapa, have breakfast. Begin your Sapa holiday by visiting local market, where minority people come to sell or buy dailythings.
14:00 Continue your Sapa holiday by walking to Cat Cat village of Black H's Mong minority group. Visit their cottage to discover daily life. You can talk to them through your guide. Visit beautiful waterfall and valley with terrace rice fields. Back to your hotel. The first day of Sapa tours end.
day 3: experience the highlight of all vietnam holiday packages
+ Private A/C luxury Car/van
+ Accommodation(twin sharing)
+ Train: join-in cabin
+ Entrance and sightseeing fees
+ English or French speaking guide
+ Great Vietnamese food as the programme
+ Daily expense
+ No drinks
+ Tips & gratuity to drive and guides
+ Personal travel & medical insurance
+ Other things not included in the programme
3star - Deluxe Class:
Sapa hotel: Chaulong(old-wing) Royal view
Train: Livitran Experess
4star - Luxury Class:
Sapa hotel: Chaulong, Victoria
4star - Best of Best:
Sapa hotel: Victoria
9:30 Enjoy easy walk to Lao Chai village where The H's Mong people live. Then visit Ta Van village where the Dzay and red Dzao minority groups live in harmony together.
The two villages are located in Muong Hoa valley with very large rice paddy terrace fields on the slopes of high mountains. The incredibly stunning scenery, the attraction of all Vietnam holidays, offers many amazing photoes. Mix yourself and the nature into a unique glass of cocktail.
Back to Sapa. Afternoon, free to discover Sapa town. Overnight in Sapa. The second day of your Sapa tour ends
day 4: visit Coc Ly market
8:00 depart to Coc Ly market, one of top reason to join Sapa tours. 10:30 Arrive at the market, see different ethnic minority groups in colorful costume selling, buying and bargaining. They also sell animals like alive chicken, ducks, cats, horses, buffaloes.....
At other corner, see them enjoying great party after a long week working or some boys flirting girls. Coc Ly is not only a market for selling, buying local things but also a meeting area for young couples.
After market, take a boat trip along Chay river, enjoy the beautiful scenery of both sides. 15:00 Drive back to Lao Cai station. Take overnight train back to Hanoi. Amazing experience why Sapa holiday highlights all Vietnam holiday packages.
day 5: Sapa holiday ends in hanoi
Arrive in Hanoi at 5:00 AM. Car pick up and transfer to your hotel. Now, your Sapa holiday ends.
What to bring for Sapa tours:
- Sun Block
- Wide brim hat
- Comfortable shoes
- Rain gear, Warm clothes, Insect Repellent
- Original Passport
Note: Sapa tours' programme is subject to change without prior notice.
Note: Departure on Wednesday for Can Cau market. Departure on Monday for Coc ly Market.
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Dear Mr. Huy Hoang
We had a wonderful amazing trip and will return as soon as we can afford it again. Thank you so much! I will write a great review on tripadvisor. Really the guides and hotels and tours were awesome. Ms. Nhung was very sweet and refreshingly honest, very likeable. Mr. Tam was fantastic, highly knowledgeable and funny. Probably our best "tour" was the day we spent on motor bikes visiting the tombs near Hue. The bikes allow for a much more intimate view of the countryside. And then - as I wrote - Mr. An was absolutely the best guide ever...Read more