amazing experience on trekking sapa
discover sapa off beaten track(6days/5nights)
(tour code: sP-08)
day 1: hanoi - lao cai(trekking Sapa package by train)
pick up at your hotel in Hanoi for the overnight train to Lao Cai.
day 2: trekking sapa through beatiful scenery
You will be welcomed at Lao Cai station. Drive to Sapa. 9:00 Start your Sapa trekking tour to Cat Cat village offer many chance to take beautiful photos. Trek up and down to the stunning valley where you can see some cottages of black H Mong people up and down with their rice field. Then, trek to a beautiful waterfall. Continue trekking Sapa for lunch
Afternoon, freely descover Sapa town. Overnight in Sapa. The first day of trikking Sapa tour ends.
day 3: trekking sapa from one village to another(total trek 17km)
+ Private A/C luxury Car/van
+ Accommodation(twin sharing)
+ 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
8:30 Begin your trekking Sapa tour through the paths cross rice terrace fields to Y Linh Ho vilage. Trek though hillsides along MuongHoa river. Cross the river by a suspension bridge to reach Lao Chai village where you can see small cottages in beautiful nature. Enjoy picnic lunch prepared by your guide.
Afternoon, continue your trekking Sapa tour to Ta Van village, home to Dzay and red Dzao minority groups. Take the paths across the paddy fields, see and chat with minority people working on the fields. Discover their villages.
The three villages are located in Muong Hoa valley with beautiful terrace rice paddy fields on the slopes of mountains. The second day of trekking sapa package ends
day 4: unforgettable experience on sapa trekking
Have breakfast. 9:00 your Sapa trekking tour begins by trekking through the paths of bamboo forest to Giang Ta Chai village where the H Mong and Red Dzao live.
Car pick up and drive to Ban Ho village where the Tay ethnic group live. Have lunch. Trek to the water fall. Discover the village. Enjoy dinner. Overnight in Tay family. the third day of trekking Sapa tour ends.
day 5: trekking sapa through stunning scenery
Free to discover Sapa town. Afternoon, enjoy ease trekking Sapa tour to Ta Phin village of The red Dzao and black H's Mong people. The village is on the slops of beautiful mountain.
Drive back to Lao Cai. Have dinner. Take the night train back to Hanoi. The fourth day of trekking Sapa package ends.
day 6: hanoi arrival
When the train get back, you will be picked up and transfered to your hotel. Now, your trekking Sapa package 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' itinerary is subject to change without prior notice.
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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