3B1 : Sapa 2days/3nights (Overnight in HOTEL) -> 3B Recommendation.
Sapa lies in a beautiful valley near the Chinese border. It is the north's main drawcard for tourists looking for magnificent scenery and a diverse mix of ethnic cultures in the countryside inhabited by various hill tribes
The H'mong and Dzao people are the largest ethnic groups in the region. While the most eye-catching people are Red Dao, who wear scarlet head-dresses with woollen tassels and silver trinkets.
The most numerous are the Hmong people, who make up over one third of the district's population. Hmong women are the most commercially minded, selling their embroidered indigo blue waistcoats, bags, hats, and silver jewellery to tourists.
Sapa is a great place to base yourself and shop beside the locals who frequent the Saturday market.
If you're looking to escape the tourist buses, head a bit further afield to Bac Ha.
There are 10 Montagnard hill tribe groups who live around Bac Ha in the highlands, and many make the trek down from the mountains for their big shopping day. Some hill tribe people have to walk up to 30 kilometres through the mountains to get there, with all their goods in tow on the way back.
Lao Chai village: Located 7 Kms from Sapa, it is quite approachable from Sapa for a travllers who do not have much time. In this village which you will have a welcome feeling at any house of the hospitable people there. You can interact them, learn about their culture and customs.
Ta Van is located in the northern province of Lao Cai, about 5 kilometres from Sapa, at an altitude of 1, 816 meters. This province borders the province of Yunnan in south-west China, and the indigenous people here share many cultural features with their Chinese neighbours.
Learn more about daily life of the minority people like Black H’mong,Red Dzao.
Enjoy Sapa’s mountainous on the way trekking.
Come to visit the hydroelectric power station built by the French
2Days - Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai - Ta Van- Hotel - Cat Cat – Sin Chai
Day 1: Sapa – Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai – Ta Van - Sapa (B-L-D)
- 6km of walking down to the south east of Sapa along the side of Muong Hoa valley to Y Linh Ho village of the
Black H’mong. A 2km-trekking down to Lao Chai village, through terraced rice fields to Ta Van village of the Dzay
- Lunch at a local family, it gives you a worth chance for you to learn about the local house architecture
which is full of their daily life styles and exclusive custom. Enjoy the landscapes…on the way.
- Get back to Sapa overnight in Sapa Hotel.
Day2: Cat Cat - Sin Chai - Hanoi (B-L-D)
- A walk down to the South-west of Sapa (around 4 km) to visit Cat Cat village of the Black H’mong. Relax at the
food of the stunning waterfall and the vestige of a hydroelectric power station that was constructed by the French during the colonial time in Vietnam.
- Enjoy picnic lunch by the side of the river, and then next 6 km to Sin Chai, the village located at the foot of Fansipan Mountain, “the roof of Vietnam and Indochina”. From here you can enjoy huge stunning landscapes before climbing up on the way a Car to return to Sapa then Bus pick you up to Lao Cai Station - Over night train.
Day 3: Hanoi (B)
- Getting back to Hanoi from Sapa trip so early at around 5am. You will be picked up from the train station to our hotel by 3B Hotel staff.
- Relax and buffet breakfast offer at 7AM at 3B Hotel. Tour ends.
* Option 1 : 98 US$/pax
* Option 2 : 119 US$/pax
* Option 3 : 145 USD/pax -> Highly recommend
* Option 4: 160 USD/pax -> Highly recommend
NOTE: Above options are package-group tours. The package can be customized as your require. Please feel free to click here to contact us.
- Pick up from your hotel to Hanoi train station and return
- Two round trip train tickets in a 4 soft-sleeper shared-cabin (Except OPT 1)
- Local English speaking guide, Other languges upon your request
- Twin /Double sharing Room at hotel in Sapa
- Meal as mentioned in program ( B= Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner )
- Sightseeing fees/Entrance fees
- Transport as programe
- Service charge
Other options are available please feel free to contact us here
* Bathroom or room for you to fresh, take shower between the trips.
* Breakfast every morning you back from the trip*
* Welcome drink
* Luggage storage
What to bring:
* Sun Block
* Camera + Film
* Comfortable footwear for trekking
* Rain gear
* Warm clothes
* Insect Repellent