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Sapa trekking tours
ituated at an elevation of 1, 650 meters and overlooking Fansipan (Vietnam's highest mountain at 3, 143 meters), Sapa can have all four seasons in one single day. The weather changes rapidly; in the morning it can be bright and sunny but within minutes, clouds can appear and the rains begin to...
Hanoi, Lao Cai, Sapa, Thanh Kim, Sin Chai, Suoi Thau, Sapa, Lao Cai, Hanoi. Sapa is the home of dramatic landscapes, colourful hilltribes, breathtaking scenery and is well-known for its Saturday market. Hike through lush rice terraces, watch village life, stay overnight in Red Dao ethnic...
Sapa, 38 km from Lao Cai railway station, is an incredibly picturesque village lying on Hoang Lien Son mountain range. Nowadays it remains relatively undiscovered as a tourist destination. This trip is not only offers you an unique and beautiful landscapes but the Sapa offers you not only a very...
With just a half day visiting Silver Waterfall and Heaven Gate, visitors will have a chance to view a spectacular scenery of Sapa and lush forests of Hoang Lien National Park
Walking around Ta Phin village where 2 ethnic groups, Black Hmong and Red Dao minorities, live their own way with no cultural mixture.
Morning transfer by car to visit Mong Sen Village, trekking to visit Ta Phin village and transfer back to Sapa
You will have a trek through beautiful landscape surrounded by rice paddy terraces and mountains covered by rain forest under the protection of Hoang Lien National Park. Also you will hear about the life style and tradition of Back Hmong and Giay minorities
Travel by car for Ban Ho village, explore a house on stilts and the traditional costume and culture of the Tay ethnic group before crossing a suspension bridge over Lave Stream, visit to the Red Dao Village of Nam Toong.
Sapa is located in the northern part of Vietnam near the Chinese border in the mountainous province of Lao Cai. It is home to many ethnic minority groups such as : Red Dzao, H’mong, Xa Pho and Dzay people
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...
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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