For many travelers, the Northwest of Vietnam is a real feast for the eyes, not only for its awe inspiring nature, but also for its colorful ethnic culture. Follow your trip to discovery this beautiful landspace!
21.30: Our Tour guide will pick you up by mini bus at your hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter go to the bus office.
22.00: The bus depart for Sapa. It takes about 6 hours to get to Sapa, you will sleep in the bus
4.00: Arrive to Sapa Town. You continue to sleep in the bus until 6am
6.00 – 6.30: Our guide will pick you up at bus station to go to the hotel
7.30: Have breakfast then leave the big luggage at the hotel and prepare light pack for the trekking
*12 km of trekking to visit 3 Villages with 2 different kind of minorities.
9.00: Begin 12km trek on small trail down the Muong Hoa Valley towards the Black H'Mong village of Lao Chai
10.00: Trek downhill through Y linh Ho and Lao Chai Villages on a small trail for 3,5 hours to a sleep mountainside where the terraced rice paddies of an ethnic minority group
11.00: You will learn about the unique customs of black H’mong people.
12.30: Having a picnic lunch by Muong Hoa stream or at the local restaurant with Vietnamese food.
14.00: After lunch we will continue trekking along a small terrace of rice raddies with H’Mong People to Ta Van Village, a village of the Dzay Tribes.
17.00: Join the cooking class of the indigenous people guides. Learn tradition food as well as understand the lives of people here.
19.00: Enjoy your dinner and a welcomed “Happy Water“ by the owner of Home stay.
Stay overnight with a local family of Dzay minority.
6.30: Wake up and experience the Daily Life of a Dzay Minority in the morning.
7.30: Have breakfast with Dzay family, then check out home stay
9.00: Start a 6-8km trek into Hoang Lien Son National Park to view more stunning landscapes.
11.30: Visit Giang Ta Chai Village of The Dao Tribe to enjoy the Jungle Waterfall and the Rattan Bridge (you can even skinny-dip before heading back into town)
12.00: Have lunch in the village before you continue your trek through amazing scenery and to the beautiful waterfall
13.30: After lunch you will continue a 2km trail to Su Pan Village where there will be a bus to transfer you to Sapa town at 2:30pm
-Free time to walk around Sapa Town.
15.30: You will be transferred to bus station back to Hanoi.
22.00: Arrive in Hanoi Old Quarter. End the tour
|Kind of accomration||Homestay||Bungalow|
|Price / Person||65 USD||79 USD|
|Single room||10 USD||15 USD|
⇒ Meals as indicated in the itineraries (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
⇒ Round trip transfer from Hanoi – Sapa – Hanoi by sleeper bus
⇒ Local English speaking guide
⇒ All entrance and sightseeing fees
⇒ All taxes and service charge
⇒ Mineral water
X Beverages and other meals do not indicate in the program
X Single Suppliment
X Travel insurance
X Personal expenses
X Tipping/Gratuities for guide & driver
- Necessary things for your trip : Passport, small backpack, good hiking shoes
- The itinerary can be changed due to weather, tide levels and operating conditions
- Special request (diet or vegetarian...) should be sent before your departure date.
• Children less than 4 years of age are FOC, sharing a room with parent/s.
• Children from 4 to under 7 years of age are charged 50%, sharing a twin room, berth on the bus with parent.
• Children from 7 to under 9 years of age are charged 75%, sharing a twin room, private berth on the bus.
• Children from 9 years of age and above are charged as adult.
Sapa located in Lao Cai Province, North-west Vietnam, and 380km north-west of Hanoi, close to the border with ChinaThe scenery of the Sapa region in large part reflects the relationship between the minority people and nature. This is seen especially in the paddy fields carpeting the rolling lower slopes of the Hoang Lien Mountains. The impressive physical landscape which underlies this has resulted from the work of the elements over thousands of years, wearing away the underlying rock
The Hoang Lien Son range of mountain dominates the district, which is at the eastern extremity of the Himalayas. This range includes Vietnam's highest mountain, Fansipan at a height of 3143m above sea level. The town of Sapa lies at an altitude of about 1500 meters (4921 feet) above sea level. The climate is moderate and rainy in summer, and foggy and cold with occasional snowfalls in winter
On a clear day, the imposing peak of Fansipan comes into view. The last major peak in the Himalaya chain, Fansipan offers a real challenge to even the keenest walker, the opportunity of staggering views, and a rare glimpse of some of the last remaining primary rain forest in Vietnam