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3-Night Sapa Trek and Homestay with Round Trip Transfer from Hanoi

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    Night 1: Take overnight train from Hanoi to Lao Cai
    Be ready at your hotel lobby at 8:00 p.m, our tour guide and driver will meet and pick you up for a short transfer to Hanoi Station to take the overnight train to Lao Cai City.
    Overnight on the train
    Day 1 :Sapa - Y Linh Ho - Lao Chai - Ta Van ( B,L,D)
    Picked up at Lao Cai Station upon your early arrival for over an hour drive uphill in a shared mini van to Sapa. After freshen up and Breakfast in a local restaurant you will enjoy a free walk around this charming town, paying visit to Sapa market and the old cathedral where you can meet a lot of local ethnic minority peoples such as Black H’mong and Red Zao wearing their traditional colorful dresses selling their farming and gathering products and handicrafts for souvenir. Back to our Sapa office at about 10.30 and begin your exploration trip to Muong Hoa valley. You will follow the main road heading south for about an hour before turning right to a foot path down hill to Muong Hoa Valley. This part offers spectacular scenery of the highest part of Hoang Lien Son mountain range and in a nice day, Fansipan Peak can be seen. Crossing the river by a suspension bridge you will challenge your feet uphill to Y Linh Ho village. Here you will pay visiting to some H’mong families, watching them doing their daily works. After picnic Lunch, the trail continues up and down hill for about 2 hours as you reach to Lao Chai, a large village of the H’mong and then following the river bank to Ta Van of the Zay people. Paying visiting to local homes, village schools… you will enjoy much your cultural discovery of local ethnic peoples as well as breathtaking scenery of the Muong Hoa Valley. Settle down in Ta Van village for an overnight home stay.
    Accommodation: Homestay in Ta Van Village
    Day 2 : Ta Van - Giang Ta Chai - Hau Thao - Sapa - Overnight train to Hanoi (B,L,D)
    Leaving Ta Van village after Breakfast, you will take the trail uphill, passing fascinating terraced rice field and some small hamlets of the H’mong before getting through a bamboo forest to a waterfall, enjoy a break for magnificent scenery and then continue walking for half an hour to Giang Ta Chai village of the Red Zao peoples which sits on the top of a hill and looks down Muong Hoa river. After spending time visiting the village, making friend with the Zao and experiencing the hospitality you will cross the river by another suspension bridge and then uphill again to Hau Thao village where you will pay visiting to a local handicraft center where H’mong and Zao women gather for exchanging experience and skill of making handicrafts. A late Lunch will be prepare here nearby this center and then you have time relaxing as well as getting acquaintance with local school boys, girls and their teachers as well.
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    Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

    We did two days of trekking in small group of 5 guided by Lee who live in the village of Lao Chai. The tour was very well organized. We also had a great time during the night at the homestay sharing a typical meal with...More

    Date of experience: August 2019
    Thank Manon D
    Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

    Trekking was amazing as the homstay, but we had some problems with bus back who left us too early in Hanoi, when we were comming back. I would recommend this but be careful about the bus.

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank MarijaZl
    Reviewed June 10, 2019 via mobile

    Had a really interesting time on my Sapa tour. First of all the staff in Hanoi were very helpfull and friendly and spoke very good English. The night train was a fun experience and definitely worth doing but if you're a light sleeper then you...More

    Date of experience: June 2019
    2  Thank Hrbesq
    Reviewed April 21, 2019 via mobile

    Sapa was absolutely incredible I loved every second. The hiking, the views, and the people. Thank you so much Jenny from the tours for making our trip so effortless and amazing. Definitely recommend A+++

    Date of experience: April 2019
    2  Thank Lucy K
    Reviewed April 21, 2019 via mobile

    We found this trip amazing. Lala the tour guide was amazing, the homestay was very clean with great food. The village we stayed in was super cute. Jenny who works for the company was incredible helpful in helping us to extend our stay when we...More

    4  Thank rhiannonb510
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    Response from rhiannonb510 | Reviewed this property |
    Sorry I don’t know what a berth is. You get a single bed, a blanket, a pillow, a small bottle of water and some snacks. The only amenities available are a toilet and basin.
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