OVERVIEW

At the attitude of 1650m, on the side of Hoang Lien Son range - facing the summit in Indochina. Sapa is the common hone of several minority tribes such as Black H’Mong, Red DZao, It is where you find the beauty of nature in valleys, mountains, streams, waterfalls and the warmly welcome of the ethnic people. Come to Sapa to enjoy the scenery and explore daily activities of the tribal people

TRIP HIGHLIGHTS

Enjoy the scenery and explore daily activities of the tribal people

Bring you a brief understanding Sapa's beauty and its tribal peoples while enjoying its fascinating scenery

Trekking in this area are abundant and there are routes to suit all ages and abilities, to Cat Cat Village where you can meet the H’mong ethnic community

Private services good for you to arrange your trip

ITINERARY

Day 1: Hanoi – Sapa / Ta Van , Giang Ta Chai Village (- / L / D)

Morning

07.30-08.00 Your local guide will pick-up at hotel and transfer to Sapa with 4 hours. Enjoy the landscape of the Red River country side and have a short break on the way.

Upon arrival in Sapa, have your lunch and check in

Afternoon

Trekking downward to Lao Chai Village start trekking to Ta Van and Giang Ta Chai village, explore the local ethnic minorities’ life; admire the spectacular natural scenery with the terraced rice fields. Back to Sapa town and have your dinner

Overnight in Sapa

Day 2: Sapa – Ham Rong Mountain (B / L / D)

Day 3: Sapa – Cat Cat Village – Hanoi (B / L / -)


IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Inclusions:

+ Accommodation with daily breakfast base on twin/double sharing

+ Transfer services in air conditioned vehicle

+ English speaking local guide

+ Meal(s) as program (B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner)

+ All entrance and sightseeing fees

+ Domestic insurance

 

Exclusions:

Single supplement

Beverages and other meals do not indicate in the program

International travel insurance

Personal expenses

Tipping/ Gratuities

Government taxes & services charge

Other expense not mentioned in the program

Any additional expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as natural calamities (typhoon, floods), flight delays, rescheduling or cancellations, any accidents, medical evacuations, riots, strikes etc.