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Sapa Bac Ha Market longTrekking 7 Days
Your 7 day trip will provide you with the view over Sapa, one of the most attractive destinations in Vietnam. Sapa is the place with unumerable sites. this is the place for peaceful and natural lovers. You can exploit the life of ethic minorities by visiting villages, markets and enjoying home-stay...
Your 7 day trip will provide you with the view over Sapa, one of the most attractive destinations in Vietnam. Sapa is the place with unumerable sites. this is the place for peaceful and natural lovers. You can exploit the life of ethic minorities by visiting villages, markets and enjoying home-stay and traditional food of local people. discount sapa market tours, cheap sapa vacation, sa pa discount vacation packages
Day 1 : Hanoi - Lao Cai
Picked up at the hotel at 20.30 then transferred to the train station. Catch the Hanoi-Laocai train leaving at 22.00. Overnight on train in a soft sleeper cabin with A/C
Day 2: Lao Cai - Sapa
Arriving at Laocai station at around 6am, you will be met and greeted by our guide and driver there. Transferred to Sapa. To reach Sapa, the bus has to travel uphill and completes its 33km road on top of the mountains. That will be a really breathtaking drive. Arriving in Sapa, you check in at the hotel for refreshment and breakfast. After taking a brief rest at the hotel, we will embark on a soft walk to Catcat village-a H'mong ethnic village near Sapa. After going sightseeing, chatting with local H'mong People, we get back to your hotel in the afternoon. Dinner and overnight in Sapa at hotel. (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included
Day 3: Tavan, Ban Ho village
Today's the day you trek deep into Sapa ethnic communities to discover ethnic people's culture and their unique agriculture with picturesque rice paddy terraces. There will be ample opportunity to meet with our friendly people. We walk to Laochai and Tavan village. From here we pass through several H'mong villages perched on distant hill. We will arrive at Ban Ho village, Tay minority people by later afternoon . We will have time to wander around this charming little village. The village is home to the Tay people and tonight, they will be our hosts. Our host will be very generous and friendly offering you their home-produced rice whisky which is very strong. Prepare yourself!(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included).
Day 4: Sinchai villages
After having breakfast, we embark on our approximately six-hour trek that leads us along buffalo beaten paths and trails and through several hill tribe villages. This is an absolutely spectacular trek through stunning scenery inhabited by some of the friendliest ethnic people you will meet. We cross the river and passing by Nam Tong villages, Red Dzao people. Lunch in Nam Cang village of Phula ( known also as Xa Pho ) minority people, then trek through Thanh Phu, Tay minority people to Sinchai Red Dzao people for home stay.(Breakfast, Lunch and Diner included)
Day 5: Supan village Sapa
Today, there will be a long tough uphill trek for us. The today's destination is Supan, red Dzao village. There have not been many tourists here so this is quite an untouched place. Dzao Ethnic people here are quite unfamiliar with westerners but they will liven up quickly then be friendly and generous with you. Dao women are particularly striking as they wear a large red turban often covered with old coins or jewelry( the reason why so called red Dzao). We meet our awaiting jeep for the drive back to Sapa. Tonight's accommodation will be at a local guest house. (Breakfast, Lunch included)
Day 6: Bac Ha market - Hanoi
Rising to the sounds of morning coming to life for another lovely day, we breakfast and head out for a stunning spectacular of bobbling bazaar. Bacha's considered one of the most wonderful and colorful markets in north most Vietnam where thousands of local people in their traditional attires busily buy and sell the local products. Dogs, cats, pigs, horse... are all on sales. This is golden opportunity to take best shots! Afternoon we leave for Cocly, where we visit the limestone cave before we board our sampan for a couple of hour cruise along the wild river. Our awaiting van at the dock will pick you up and transfer to Laocai for overnight train back to Hanoi.(Breakfast and Lunch included)
Day 7: Hanoi arrival
The train arrives in Hanoi at 5am. Transfer to your hotel. Our trip comes to an end
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Love village and people here
Our groups are mainly interested in culture, food, photography and we were lucky enough to catch the Bac Ha market during our Sapa trip. This tour company staffs were definitely one of the highlights of our 2 weeks in Vietnam. Our guide functioned as a translator and in this way we had very interesting talks with the friendly local village people. Our guide was very helpful, caring and knowledgeable. After spending one night in the village, we made a beautiful hike back to the road where the minivan picked us up. Tourists who are interested in the local people and are open for some adventure should definitely do this trip.
Amada Joame From Australia, Visited Sapa on January 2011
This was such a wonderful trekking trip
My husband convinced me to go on this tour and reluctantly I went along with it. I was pleased to find that personal attention was given to us during the entire trip. It felt like we were royalty as we were picked up by our guide at the Lao Cai train station and whisked away by car to Sa Pa to check in a have a brief rest. Our guide was very knowledgeable about the entire area and gave us in-depth tours of two ‘cat cat’ villages and a historic hydro station built during the French occupation.
Day 2 and 3 were no different – in fact I suspect our guide has some sort of history in the area as he knew more details than we could have ever imagined. Each night he specifically asked us if we needed anything, and in the mornings he asked if we had a good rest and if breakfast was to our satisfaction. While the tour was short in terms of time – it was packed full of adventure and service that we never imagined.
Johnathan, Couple from Canada Visited Sapa on July 2011