Sapa Vietnam Homestay Tour: Explore Villages and Markets of Minorities
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Sapa Vietnam Homestay Tour: Explore Villages and Markets of Minorities

Tour experience:

Trekking
It is proud of the homeland of many minorities, Sapa is a spectacular region for exploring the natural sceneries of mountains and forest. With a 4 day Sapa Tour, you will be trek and hike throughout the most amazing Ethnic villages of Dzao, Giay that are covered by the imposing mountains and breathtaking rice-terraces. Unless of learning more about the traditional culture of minorities, you also experience their daily lives by staying at the houses on stilts. Sapa Vietnam homestay is a delightful specific of the Northern West for travelers, especially foreigners. 

Let imagine that you will be tried living in the wooden houses of Ethnologies, which is located among the magnificent mountains, rice-terraces and corn fields. The rural villages do not only remain the memorable sightseeing, but they also fulfil your journey by the cozy hospitality and naive smiles. You will not be able to forget your experience in the hill-tribes of Sapa.
Hanoi - Sapa - Ta Van - Ban Ho - Lao Cai - Hanoi
Date  
Destinations
Day 1
Hanoi - Lao Cai station by train
Day 2
Lao Cai – Lung Khau Nhin – Sapa – Lao Chai – Tavan village
Day 3
Tavan – Giang Ta Chai - Su Pan - Ban Ho
Day 4
Ban Ho – Nam Toong – Lao Cai – Hanoi by train

Inclusion

  • The English speaking guide as guided time
  • 2 nights at local homestay (basic & clean)
  • Day use room at 2 star hotel on last day in Lao Cai
  • Train: Hanoi – Lao Cai – Hanoi (in sharing cabin of 4 soft berths with AC)
  • Meals as indicated (B = Breakfast; L = Lunch; D = Dinner)
  • All transfers with the air-conditioned private vehicle
  • Cool tissue and mineral water (1 bottle of 500ml/day/person)
  • Government taxes & service charge

Exclusion

  • International Airfares.
  • Early check in/ late check out
  • Drinks & beverage.
  • Personal travel insurance (Compulsory).
  • Personal expenses and others not mentioned above
Call to book
0084 243 747 5876


Date  
Destinations
Day 1
Hanoi - Lao Cai station by train
21.00. Far East Tour driver picks you up to Hanoi Railway Station (From your hotel). 
22.00. The train departures to Lao Cai Province. Passenger overnights in the sharing cabin of 4 soft berths with AC.
Day 2
Lao Cai – Lung Khau Nhin – Sapa – Lao Chai – Tavan village
Day 3
Tavan – Giang Ta Chai - Su Pan - Ban Ho
Day 4
Ban Ho – Nam Toong – Lao Cai – Hanoi by train

Book the tour

Call to book
(+84) 24 3747 5876
Chi Nguyen

Chi Nguyen

Travel Consultant

+84 903 224 143
Janny Nguyen

Janny Nguyen

Travel Consultant

+84 965 457 335
Wind Trinh

Wind Trinh

Travel Consultant

+84 868 161 896
Esther Tran

Esther Tran

Travel Consultant

+84 917 620 980
Sunfer Ngo

Sunfer Ngo

Marketing Executive

Operator Department

Operator Department

Marketing Department

Marketing Department

Board of Management

Board of Management



Inclusion

  • The English speaking guide as guided time
  • 2 nights at local homestay (basic & clean)
  • Day use room at 2 star hotel on last day in Lao Cai
  • Train: Hanoi – Lao Cai – Hanoi (in sharing cabin of 4 soft berths with AC)
  • Meals as indicated (B = Breakfast; L = Lunch; D = Dinner)
  • All transfers with the air-conditioned private vehicle
  • Cool tissue and mineral water (1 bottle of 500ml/day/person)
  • Government taxes & service charge

Exclusion

  • International Airfares.
  • Early check in/ late check out
  • Drinks & beverage.
  • Personal travel insurance (Compulsory).
  • Personal expenses and others not mentioned above
Call to book
0084 243 747 5876
  • 4 days for trekking deeply into the Ethnic villages in Sapa as Lao Chai – Ta Van, Giang Ta Chai – Ban Ho – Nam Toong.
  • 4 days for experience and exploring the off the beaten track mountain routes including cart-tracks and jungle.
  • Communicate to Giay, Dzao and Black H’mong through staying at local homestays.
  • Walking among the fascinating rice-terraces, which are differently wonderful whatever you come.
  • Experience the spectacular Mt. Hoang Lien Son where owns the roof of Indochina – Fansipan.
  • Join in the colorful and peculiar markets of minorities in the Sapa.


Accommodations in tour

Ban Ho village
Homestay in Ban Ho village Or similar
Ta Van village
Homestay in Tavan village Or similar
Call to book
0084 243 747 5876
  • 4 days for trekking deeply into the Ethnic villages in Sapa as Lao Chai – Ta Van, Giang Ta Chai – Ban Ho – Nam Toong.
  • 4 days for experience and exploring the off the beaten track mountain routes including cart-tracks and jungle.
  • Communicate to Giay, Dzao and Black H’mong through staying at local homestays.
  • Walking among the fascinating rice-terraces, which are differently wonderful whatever you come.
  • Experience the spectacular Mt. Hoang Lien Son where owns the roof of Indochina – Fansipan.
  • Join in the colorful and peculiar markets of minorities in the Sapa.


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