Sapa by bus 2 days homestay

Sapa by bus 2 days homestay

Price from: Only $78

Northwest Vietnam is a captivating mix of dramatic mountainscapes, crisp fresh air and colorfully-clothed hill tribes. Set on the slopes of a beautiful emerald green valley, Sapa is the heart of this unique piece of Vietnam. Travel to this peaceful land and meet resplendently dressed ethnic minorities at the local market, visit neighbor villages and hike through iridescent rice terraces, witnessing how the current of life has bubbled along here for centuries. This trip - trekking is full of opportunities to be immersed in traditional hill tribe culture and cuisine, while relishing the striking landscapes of Sapa and its surrounds.

Depart daily: In the morning or evening.
1. Start at 6.30am
2. Start at 9.00pm

Day 1: Hanoi - Sapa by bus – Trekking to Y Linh Ho – Laochai – Tavan – Homestay (L, D)

After a long night traveling by Bus bed from Hanoi with pick up from 21:15 at Babylon Garden Hostel, at 6:00 am we will pick you up from the Bus to hostel for breakfast and until 9:00 am, starting from our hotel on the main road to go down. Muong Hoa valley. The start of the trip is the moment you admire the panoramic view of the town and the valley from the main road. After 4km on the main road, we started down the valley with small trails through the rice fields on the terrace to Y Linh Ho Hamlet, a small village of Black H'mong people.

From Y Linh Ho village, we went along the stream to Lao Chai village (meaning "ancient village" in the local language). This is the time for you to visit local families, listen to the tour guide's explanation of the local culture: how they live, how to build a traditional house, sewing techniques ... or find understand the cure.

Stop for lunch. Lunch is served at one of the local refreshing restaurants by the stream.

In the afternoon, we leave Lao Chai to continue to Ta Van village - the residence of the Giay people. Here you can visit May May Bridge over the Muong Hoa stream, next to the beautiful terraced fields, The guide takes you to some families: come closer to their lives, enjoy one Little green tea, learn about the difference of their culture from other hill tribes even if they live close to each other.

You approach Ta Van village where Giay Ethnic People inhabits in late afternoon.

At 15h00: Check in homestay; get to know the family of Dzay People. Spend time to enjoy the mountain life on Sunset. You may attend cooking local dishes with the family and enjoy dinner in peace. In the evening, you can join the local bar nearby with music and socialize with other tourists then overnight at Hmong The Hill Homestay in Ta Van village.

Day 2: Homestay – Tavan – Giang Ta Chai – Sapa (B, L)

8.00: Have breakfast prepared by the family and start a new day with more interesting trek.

9h30: Keep walking to the rice paddies where you have a nice photo session of the amazing surrounding landscapes. A trek through the bamboo forest and stop to have a panorama view of Giang Ta Chai village – home of red Dzao People.

Trekking distance í about 4 kms- 6 kms and it lasts for 2-3 hours.

 12h00: Stop for lunch. Lunch is served at one of the local refreshing restaurants by the stream.

13.00: Trek through the Giang Ta Chai Bridge to main road , bus picks you up to come back Sapa Town.

14:20 -14:40 : Have a shower at hotel before you leave.

      15.00: Meet all group members at hotel and take alls to the car come back to Hanoi. The End program.

      21.15: The tour ends at Babylon Garden Hostel.

PRICE: 78$ Net/ person

-          Shuttle bus
-          English speaking tour guide.
-          Meals as 1 dinner, 2 lunches, 1 breakfast with local dishes
-          All entrance tickets to indicated sites
-          Insurance during the time using bus
-          Dormitory Homestay (request of private homestay please contact us)
-          Transport as tour program.
-          Water provide on bus.
- Beverages, travel insurance, VAT, personal expenses
- Others not clearly mentioned above

- Warm clothes, scarf, hat, cap because the weather in Sapa is pretty unpredictable. It is normally cold in September, October, November, December, January, February and March
- Due to altitude of Sapa, it is sometimes foggy in December, January, February and March.
- Trekking shoes, sun glasses, sun cream, insect repellent are also necessary. You should take cash with you in Vietnam Dong because banking system in Sapa sometimes doesn’t function well. US Dollar, Euro, Australia Dollar are accepted in Sapa.

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