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Sapa Sisters Trekking Adventures

Sapa 330000, Vietnam
+84 214 3872 680
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Totally recommend

Had everything one would expect of such trip. The guide was perfect, very nice and quite patient... read more

Reviewed 6 November 2017
Феодор О
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Bulgaria
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Amazing trekking adventure

This was one of the key highlights of our trip. The staff at Sapa Sisters were all amazing. They... read more

Reviewed 5 November 2017
ksw_1980
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Brisbane, Australia
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The Sapa Sisters is a website that connects expats, backpackers and travellers with local Hmong in the Sapa-area. It aims to establish a direct link between guides and people that are about to visit Sapa to empower the young Black H'Mong women and give them a reasonable pay for their skilled services. All the guides speak English and have long experiences working as guides. Sapa Sisters, a social enterprise owned by local guides!
  • Excellent85%
  • Very good11%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“day trek” (211 reviews)
“home stay” (86 reviews)
“local lunch” (23 reviews)
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Sapa 330000, Vietnam
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Reviewed 6 November 2017 via mobile

Had everything one would expect of such trip. The guide was perfect, very nice and quite patient. Trekking was worth it, given the views. The homestay was good as well.

Thank Феодор О
Reviewed 5 November 2017

This was one of the key highlights of our trip. The staff at Sapa Sisters were all amazing. They were quick to respond to email enquiries, spoke excellent English, and provided lots of helpful information. Our guide, Mo, was phenomenal. She was incredibly knowledgeable and...More

Thank ksw_1980
Reviewed 5 November 2017

Did a two-day trek with homestay with Sapa Sisters early NOV 2017. Prompt responses when booking. Very responsive. But the best part was the guide: May. Excellent in terms of trekking. But equally excellent as a source of information on whatever questions she was asked...More

Thank jesper v
Reviewed 3 November 2017 via mobile

The agency is very professional, they reply promptly to emails, answer your questions and can arrange customized tours. I had 3 days trekking. My guide Big Pang was really excellent, she spoke very good english, and was very kind and mature. She welcomed me one...More

Thank Saltea
Reviewed 3 November 2017 via mobile

With my friend travelled with our very capable,knowledgeable guide Zao around Sapa hill tribe villages. Stayed 3 nights in local homes (Homestay) the families prepared delicious meals for us, very hospitable. Homes were as clean as possible in very basic conditions, adequate warm bedding but...More

Thank Carol081
Reviewed 3 November 2017

Really enjoyed our trekking with Song. She was very nice and helpful! She askes us if we wanted to do the easy or difficult route. Because of the rain it would be slippery and muddy. But with the help of Song we could do the...More

Thank Kerstin C
Reviewed 2 November 2017 via mobile

We met our tour guide Su at their office and she talked us through our route options. We decided to do a slightly medium-level of difficulty hike (we were a little sore from a hike the day before). It definitely made us sweat a bit,...More

Thank Giao L
Reviewed 1 November 2017

It’s been an incredible journey trekking in SAPA Vietnam with Cho, our wonderful guide from SAPA SISTERS. SAPA SISTERS is solely owned and operated by the young women of the Hmong Tribe. The organization provides women with economic stability and independence. These gals are driven...More

Thank marygearing
Reviewed 1 November 2017

This was without a doubt the best thing I did in Vietnam. For two days, I explored the rice patties with my guide Ma. She was so generous and friendly, and, by the end, I genuinely felt sad to say goodbye.

Thank adriancraddock
Reviewed 1 November 2017

My sister and I did a 2-day trek with Chai. She was great and we absolutely loved the experience of trekking around through the mud and staying at a homestay. We would highly recommend renting rain boots if you're there in the rainy season!

Thank Hayaparis
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Sacha T
11 November 2017|
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Response from sho56 | Reviewed this property |
You are better off booking beforehand to ensure there is a guide available. Prices depend on whether you do a day/two day or three day trip. The one night two day trip was 68$ per person for us as a group.
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ChelleandDave
10 March 2017|
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Response from Erin_Beveridge | Reviewed this property |
We trekked in late January and runners were completely fine. We didn't want to be carrying heavy boots for the rest of our trip. It was a little slippery in parts but our shoes weren't a problem.
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Shantylee827
4 December 2016|
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Response from FlyingTheCoop | Reviewed this property |
My first email to the Sapa Sisters was to give them an overview on what I wanted to achieve. Their prompt response helped me refine my plans and then I booked a 2 night, 3 day adventure. Mine included a visited to the market... More
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