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Trekking tours / Sapa Hill tribe trek


SAPA HILL TRIBE TREK

7 days/ 6nights ( 4days trek)


(1). From Hanoi to Sapa by Bus

Day 01: Hanoi - Sapa - bus
Our adventure starts with the drive to the mountain town of Sapa. The journey to Sapa will take the best part of the day. The drive is worthwhile though, as the scenery on our northward journey into the highlands is both dramatic and breathtaking. Arriving in Sapa late in the afternoon, we will check into our hotel and use the remainder of the day with a short walk around town. This evening we will dine at one of the local restaurants.

(Lunch and Diner included)

Day 02: Sapa Catcat village & Tavan village
Today we start by our pleasant walk to Cat Cat village, set in a beautiful valley just outside Sapa. Cat Cat is home to the H’mong people who originated from China, where they emigrated from about 300 years ago. The H’mong people are also easily recognizable due to their dark clothing, usually blue or black. The dye is fashioned from the indigo or hemp plant that is native to the area. H’mong women wear long aprons with embroidered waistcoats and have their hair rolled up into a turban-like hat, whilst the men wear a black skullcap, long waistcoat and loose trousers. Stopping for a picnic lunch by the creek we will spend the night with a family in Ta Van village, inhabited by the Giay people who are Vietnam’s largest minority group, numbering more than one million , of Tay- Thai group. They have become very adept at rice cultivation and, in marked contrast to the H’mong, they have a higher living standard as a result. Overnight at tribal village.
(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included)

Day 03: Tavan village – BanHo villages
We bid farewell to our friendly people and head out for Seo Trung Ho village, we climb uphill and down dales to Seo Trung Ho, Dzao village. From here we pass through several H'mong villages perched on distant hill, and are sure to attract attention as this part of the country receive very few visitors. We will arrive at Ban Ho village, Tay minority people by later afternoon . We will have time to walk around this charming little village, enabling us to understand a little more about how the people live. The village is home to the Tay people and tonight we will be their guests in one of their traditional stilt houses. There we will be toasted as honored guests and will be able to sample some of their homemade rice wine!


(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included)

Day 4: Sinchai villages
Following breakfast we embark on our five to six-hour trek that will take us along buffalo paths and trails and through several hill tribe villages. This is an absolutely spectacular walk through stunning scenery inhabited by some of the friendliest people you will meet. We cross the river and passing by Nam Tong villages, Red Dzao people. Lunch in Nam Cang village – Phula ( Xa Pho ) minority people, then hike through Thanh Phu,
Tay minority people to Sinchai Red Dzao people for home stay. Tonight the accommodation is just rustic but the experience is enriching.
(Breakfast, Lunch and Diner included)

Day 5: Supan village – Sapa
We walk uphill toward Supan, red Dzao villages. As we walk to the village nestled in the valley below Sapa, we will meet some of the local minority people on their way to and from Sapa. These minority people walk to Sapa to trade at the markets. Sapa market is always an exciting place as several, different ethnic minorities congregate here. As well as the H’mong you will also see the Dao (pronounced Zao). Dao women are particularly striking as they wear a large red turban often covered with old coins or jewelry. We meet our awaiting jeep for the drive to Sapa. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a local guesthouse.
(Breakfast, Lunch included)

Day 6: Bacha market - Hanoi
Rising to the sounds of morning coming to life for another lovely day, we breakfast and head out for a stunning spectacular of bobbling bazaar. Bacha ‘s considered one of the most wonderful and colorful markets in extreme north Vietnam where thousands of local people in their traditional attires busily buy and sell the local produces. Dog, cat, pig, horse... are all on sales. This is golden opportunity to take best shots! Afternoon we leave for Cocly, where we visit the limestone cave before we board our sampan for a couple of hour cruise along the wild river. Our awaiting van at the dock will pick you up and transfer to Laocai for overnight train back to Hanoi


(Breakfast and Lunch included)

Day 7: Arrive Hanoi

The train arrive Hanoi at 5am. Transfer to your hotel. Our trip concludes.


(2) . From Hanoï to Sapa by train

Day 01 : Hanoi -Lao Cai- train ( train )
We will catch the overnight train soft sleeper with A.C to Lao Cai. The train leaves at 21h30 from Hanoi railway station.

Day 02: Lao Cai - Sapa ( bus + trek )
Arrive Laocai station around 6am there will be a
transfer to Sapa, situated at an altitude of 1,600 meters and 33 km from Lao Cai. It's a beautiful, scenic drive as we wind our way towards Sapa. After we have checked into our hotel and had breakfast we will embark on a soft walk to visit Catcat village to take in stunning scenery that this region has to offer. As we walk to the village nestled in the valley below Sapa, we will meet some of the local minority people on their way to and from Sapa. These minority people walk to Sapa to trade at the markets. Sapa market is always an exciting place as several different ethnic minorities congregate here. Overnight at hotel in Sapa.

(Breakfast, Lunch and Diner included)

Day 03: Tavan village – BanHo villages (trek)
Today we will have pleasant trek into the scenic rice field and mountains of Sapa , there will be ample opportunity to meet with our friendly people. We walk to Laochai and Tavan village From here we pass through several H'mong villages perched on distant hill, and are sure to attract attention as this part of the country receive very few visitors. We will arrive at Ban Ho village, Tay minority people by later afternoon . We will have time to walk around this charming little village, enabling us to understand a little more about how the people live. The village is home to the Tay people and tonight we will be their guests in one of their traditional stilt houses. There we will be toasted as honored guests and will be able to sample some of their homemade rice wine!


(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included)

Day 4: Sinchai villages
Following breakfast we embark on our five to six-hour trek that will take us along buffalo paths and trails and through several hill tribe villages. This is an absolutely spectacular walk through stunning scenery inhabited by some of the friendliest people you will meet. We cross the river and passing by Nam Tong villages, Red Dzao people. Lunch in Nam Cang village – Phula ( Xa Pho ) minority people, then hike through Thanh Phu,
Tay minority people to Sinchai Red Dzao people for home stay. Tonight the accommodation is just rustic but the experience is enriching.
(Breakfast, Lunch and Diner included)

Day 5: Supan village – Sapa
We walk uphill toward Supan, red Dzao villages. As we walk to the village nestled in the valley below Sapa, we will meet some of the local minority people on their way to and from Sapa. These minority people walk to Sapa to trade at the markets. Sapa market is always an exciting place as several, different ethnic minorities congregate here. As well as the H’mong you will also see the Dao (pronounced Zao). Dao women are particularly striking as they wear a large red turban often covered with old coins or jewelry. We meet our awaiting jeep for the drive to Sapa. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a local guesthouse.
(Breakfast, Lunch included)

Day 6: Bacha market - Hanoi
Rising to the sounds of morning coming to life for another lovely day, we breakfast and head out for a stunning spectacular of bobbling bazaar. Bacha ‘s considered one of the most wonderful and colorful markets in extreme north Vietnam where thousands of local people in their traditional attires busily buy and sell the local produces. Dog, cat, pig, horse... are all on sales. This is golden opportunity to take best shots! Afternoon we leave for Cocly, where we visit the limestone cave before we board our sampan for a couple of hour cruise along the wild river. Our awaiting van at the dock will pick you up and transfer to Laocai for overnight train back to Hanoi


(Breakfast and Lunch included)

Day 7: Arrive Hanoi

The train arrive Hanoi at 5am. Transfer to your hotel. Our trip concludes.

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Group size 2-3 4-5 6-8 9-10 10++ Sgl supl.
By bus 517 426 401 330 294 $47
By train 428 358 336 297 278 39

Tarrif includes VAT and other taxes.
Upgrade to Victoria Sapa hotel, per person: US$ 75

Trip includes:


ü

English speaking guide


ü

All transportation and transfers by A.C bus, A.C cabin on overnight train

ü

All accommodation on twin/double share basis in standard hotels, local homestay

ü

Meals as indication

ü

Admission fees and permits where applicable

ü

Drinking water during the trek.
ü Local supporting team during the trekking (porter, cook ... )
ü Trekking arrangement

Package excludes:


ü

Pre/post trip arrangement


ü Meals not indicated ( allow US$ 5-6 /meal/person)

ü

Travel insurance


ü

Other personal expenses

More TrekkingTours...

Trekking tours / Sapa Hill tribe trek


SAPA HILL TRIBE TREK

7 days/ 6nights ( 4days trek)


(1). From Hanoi to Sapa by Bus

Day 01: Hanoi - Sapa - bus
Our adventure starts with the drive to the mountain town of Sapa. The journey to Sapa will take the best part of the day. The drive is worthwhile though, as the scenery on our northward journey into the highlands is both dramatic and breathtaking. Arriving in Sapa late in the afternoon, we will check into our hotel and use the remainder of the day with a short walk around town. This evening we will dine at one of the local restaurants.

(Lunch and Diner included)

Day 02: Sapa Catcat village & Tavan village
Today we start by our pleasant walk to Cat Cat village, set in a beautiful valley just outside Sapa. Cat Cat is home to the H’mong people who originated from China, where they emigrated from about 300 years ago. The H’mong people are also easily recognizable due to their dark clothing, usually blue or black. The dye is fashioned from the indigo or hemp plant that is native to the area. H’mong women wear long aprons with embroidered waistcoats and have their hair rolled up into a turban-like hat, whilst the men wear a black skullcap, long waistcoat and loose trousers. Stopping for a picnic lunch by the creek we will spend the night with a family in Ta Van village, inhabited by the Giay people who are Vietnam’s largest minority group, numbering more than one million , of Tay- Thai group. They have become very adept at rice cultivation and, in marked contrast to the H’mong, they have a higher living standard as a result. Overnight at tribal village.
(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included)

Day 03: Tavan village – BanHo villages
We bid farewell to our friendly people and head out for Seo Trung Ho village, we climb uphill and down dales to Seo Trung Ho, Dzao village. From here we pass through several H'mong villages perched on distant hill, and are sure to attract attention as this part of the country receive very few visitors. We will arrive at Ban Ho village, Tay minority people by later afternoon . We will have time to walk around this charming little village, enabling us to understand a little more about how the people live. The village is home to the Tay people and tonight we will be their guests in one of their traditional stilt houses. There we will be toasted as honored guests and will be able to sample some of their homemade rice wine!


(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included)

Day 4: Sinchai villages
Following breakfast we embark on our five to six-hour trek that will take us along buffalo paths and trails and through several hill tribe villages. This is an absolutely spectacular walk through stunning scenery inhabited by some of the friendliest people you will meet. We cross the river and passing by Nam Tong villages, Red Dzao people. Lunch in Nam Cang village – Phula ( Xa Pho ) minority people, then hike through Thanh Phu,
Tay minority people to Sinchai Red Dzao people for home stay. Tonight the accommodation is just rustic but the experience is enriching.
(Breakfast, Lunch and Diner included)

Day 5: Supan village – Sapa
We walk uphill toward Supan, red Dzao villages. As we walk to the village nestled in the valley below Sapa, we will meet some of the local minority people on their way to and from Sapa. These minority people walk to Sapa to trade at the markets. Sapa market is always an exciting place as several, different ethnic minorities congregate here. As well as the H’mong you will also see the Dao (pronounced Zao). Dao women are particularly striking as they wear a large red turban often covered with old coins or jewelry. We meet our awaiting jeep for the drive to Sapa. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a local guesthouse.
(Breakfast, Lunch included)

Day 6: Bacha market - Hanoi
Rising to the sounds of morning coming to life for another lovely day, we breakfast and head out for a stunning spectacular of bobbling bazaar. Bacha ‘s considered one of the most wonderful and colorful markets in extreme north Vietnam where thousands of local people in their traditional attires busily buy and sell the local produces. Dog, cat, pig, horse... are all on sales. This is golden opportunity to take best shots! Afternoon we leave for Cocly, where we visit the limestone cave before we board our sampan for a couple of hour cruise along the wild river. Our awaiting van at the dock will pick you up and transfer to Laocai for overnight train back to Hanoi


(Breakfast and Lunch included)

Day 7: Arrive Hanoi

The train arrive Hanoi at 5am. Transfer to your hotel. Our trip concludes.


(2) . From Hanoï to Sapa by train

Day 01 : Hanoi -Lao Cai- train ( train )
We will catch the overnight train soft sleeper with A.C to Lao Cai. The train leaves at 21h30 from Hanoi railway station.

Day 02: Lao Cai - Sapa ( bus + trek )
Arrive Laocai station around 6am there will be a
transfer to Sapa, situated at an altitude of 1,600 meters and 33 km from Lao Cai. It's a beautiful, scenic drive as we wind our way towards Sapa. After we have checked into our hotel and had breakfast we will embark on a soft walk to visit Catcat village to take in stunning scenery that this region has to offer. As we walk to the village nestled in the valley below Sapa, we will meet some of the local minority people on their way to and from Sapa. These minority people walk to Sapa to trade at the markets. Sapa market is always an exciting place as several different ethnic minorities congregate here. Overnight at hotel in Sapa.

(Breakfast, Lunch and Diner included)

Day 03: Tavan village – BanHo villages (trek)
Today we will have pleasant trek into the scenic rice field and mountains of Sapa , there will be ample opportunity to meet with our friendly people. We walk to Laochai and Tavan village From here we pass through several H'mong villages perched on distant hill, and are sure to attract attention as this part of the country receive very few visitors. We will arrive at Ban Ho village, Tay minority people by later afternoon . We will have time to walk around this charming little village, enabling us to understand a little more about how the people live. The village is home to the Tay people and tonight we will be their guests in one of their traditional stilt houses. There we will be toasted as honored guests and will be able to sample some of their homemade rice wine!


(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included)

Day 4: Sinchai villages
Following breakfast we embark on our five to six-hour trek that will take us along buffalo paths and trails and through several hill tribe villages. This is an absolutely spectacular walk through stunning scenery inhabited by some of the friendliest people you will meet. We cross the river and passing by Nam Tong villages, Red Dzao people. Lunch in Nam Cang village – Phula ( Xa Pho ) minority people, then hike through Thanh Phu,
Tay minority people to Sinchai Red Dzao people for home stay. Tonight the accommodation is just rustic but the experience is enriching.
(Breakfast, Lunch and Diner included)

Day 5: Supan village – Sapa
We walk uphill toward Supan, red Dzao villages. As we walk to the village nestled in the valley below Sapa, we will meet some of the local minority people on their way to and from Sapa. These minority people walk to Sapa to trade at the markets. Sapa market is always an exciting place as several, different ethnic minorities congregate here. As well as the H’mong you will also see the Dao (pronounced Zao). Dao women are particularly striking as they wear a large red turban often covered with old coins or jewelry. We meet our awaiting jeep for the drive to Sapa. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a local guesthouse.
(Breakfast, Lunch included)

Day 6: Bacha market - Hanoi
Rising to the sounds of morning coming to life for another lovely day, we breakfast and head out for a stunning spectacular of bobbling bazaar. Bacha ‘s considered one of the most wonderful and colorful markets in extreme north Vietnam where thousands of local people in their traditional attires busily buy and sell the local produces. Dog, cat, pig, horse... are all on sales. This is golden opportunity to take best shots! Afternoon we leave for Cocly, where we visit the limestone cave before we board our sampan for a couple of hour cruise along the wild river. Our awaiting van at the dock will pick you up and transfer to Laocai for overnight train back to Hanoi


(Breakfast and Lunch included)

Day 7: Arrive Hanoi

The train arrive Hanoi at 5am. Transfer to your hotel. Our trip concludes.

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Group size 2-3 4-5 6-8 9-10 10++ Sgl supl.
By bus 517 426 401 330 294 $47
By train 428 358 336 297 278 39

Tarrif includes VAT and other taxes.
Upgrade to Victoria Sapa hotel, per person: US$ 75

Trip includes:


ü

English speaking guide


ü

All transportation and transfers by A.C bus, A.C cabin on overnight train

ü

All accommodation on twin/double share basis in standard hotels, local homestay

ü

Meals as indication

ü

Admission fees and permits where applicable

ü

Drinking water during the trek.
ü Local supporting team during the trekking (porter, cook ... )
ü Trekking arrangement

Package excludes:


ü

Pre/post trip arrangement


ü Meals not indicated ( allow US$ 5-6 /meal/person)

ü

Travel insurance


ü

Other personal expenses

More TrekkingTours...

Trekking tours / Sapa Hill tribe trek


SAPA HILL TRIBE TREK

7 days/ 6nights ( 4days trek)


(1). From Hanoi to Sapa by Bus

Day 01: Hanoi - Sapa - bus
Our adventure starts with the drive to the mountain town of Sapa. The journey to Sapa will take the best part of the day. The drive is worthwhile though, as the scenery on our northward journey into the highlands is both dramatic and breathtaking. Arriving in Sapa late in the afternoon, we will check into our hotel and use the remainder of the day with a short walk around town. This evening we will dine at one of the local restaurants.

(Lunch and Diner included)

Day 02: Sapa Catcat village & Tavan village
Today we start by our pleasant walk to Cat Cat village, set in a beautiful valley just outside Sapa. Cat Cat is home to the H’mong people who originated from China, where they emigrated from about 300 years ago. The H’mong people are also easily recognizable due to their dark clothing, usually blue or black. The dye is fashioned from the indigo or hemp plant that is native to the area. H’mong women wear long aprons with embroidered waistcoats and have their hair rolled up into a turban-like hat, whilst the men wear a black skullcap, long waistcoat and loose trousers. Stopping for a picnic lunch by the creek we will spend the night with a family in Ta Van village, inhabited by the Giay people who are Vietnam’s largest minority group, numbering more than one million , of Tay- Thai group. They have become very adept at rice cultivation and, in marked contrast to the H’mong, they have a higher living standard as a result. Overnight at tribal village.
(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included)

Day 03: Tavan village – BanHo villages
We bid farewell to our friendly people and head out for Seo Trung Ho village, we climb uphill and down dales to Seo Trung Ho, Dzao village. From here we pass through several H'mong villages perched on distant hill, and are sure to attract attention as this part of the country receive very few visitors. We will arrive at Ban Ho village, Tay minority people by later afternoon . We will have time to walk around this charming little village, enabling us to understand a little more about how the people live. The village is home to the Tay people and tonight we will be their guests in one of their traditional stilt houses. There we will be toasted as honored guests and will be able to sample some of their homemade rice wine!


(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included)

Day 4: Sinchai villages
Following breakfast we embark on our five to six-hour trek that will take us along buffalo paths and trails and through several hill tribe villages. This is an absolutely spectacular walk through stunning scenery inhabited by some of the friendliest people you will meet. We cross the river and passing by Nam Tong villages, Red Dzao people. Lunch in Nam Cang village – Phula ( Xa Pho ) minority people, then hike through Thanh Phu,
Tay minority people to Sinchai Red Dzao people for home stay. Tonight the accommodation is just rustic but the experience is enriching.
(Breakfast, Lunch and Diner included)

Day 5: Supan village – Sapa
We walk uphill toward Supan, red Dzao villages. As we walk to the village nestled in the valley below Sapa, we will meet some of the local minority people on their way to and from Sapa. These minority people walk to Sapa to trade at the markets. Sapa market is always an exciting place as several, different ethnic minorities congregate here. As well as the H’mong you will also see the Dao (pronounced Zao). Dao women are particularly striking as they wear a large red turban often covered with old coins or jewelry. We meet our awaiting jeep for the drive to Sapa. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a local guesthouse.
(Breakfast, Lunch included)

Day 6: Bacha market - Hanoi
Rising to the sounds of morning coming to life for another lovely day, we breakfast and head out for a stunning spectacular of bobbling bazaar. Bacha ‘s considered one of the most wonderful and colorful markets in extreme north Vietnam where thousands of local people in their traditional attires busily buy and sell the local produces. Dog, cat, pig, horse... are all on sales. This is golden opportunity to take best shots! Afternoon we leave for Cocly, where we visit the limestone cave before we board our sampan for a couple of hour cruise along the wild river. Our awaiting van at the dock will pick you up and transfer to Laocai for overnight train back to Hanoi


(Breakfast and Lunch included)

Day 7: Arrive Hanoi

The train arrive Hanoi at 5am. Transfer to your hotel. Our trip concludes.


(2) . From Hanoï to Sapa by train

Day 01 : Hanoi -Lao Cai- train ( train )
We will catch the overnight train soft sleeper with A.C to Lao Cai. The train leaves at 21h30 from Hanoi railway station.

Day 02: Lao Cai - Sapa ( bus + trek )
Arrive Laocai station around 6am there will be a
transfer to Sapa, situated at an altitude of 1,600 meters and 33 km from Lao Cai. It's a beautiful, scenic drive as we wind our way towards Sapa. After we have checked into our hotel and had breakfast we will embark on a soft walk to visit Catcat village to take in stunning scenery that this region has to offer. As we walk to the village nestled in the valley below Sapa, we will meet some of the local minority people on their way to and from Sapa. These minority people walk to Sapa to trade at the markets. Sapa market is always an exciting place as several different ethnic minorities congregate here. Overnight at hotel in Sapa.

(Breakfast, Lunch and Diner included)

Day 03: Tavan village – BanHo villages (trek)
Today we will have pleasant trek into the scenic rice field and mountains of Sapa , there will be ample opportunity to meet with our friendly people. We walk to Laochai and Tavan village From here we pass through several H'mong villages perched on distant hill, and are sure to attract attention as this part of the country receive very few visitors. We will arrive at Ban Ho village, Tay minority people by later afternoon . We will have time to walk around this charming little village, enabling us to understand a little more about how the people live. The village is home to the Tay people and tonight we will be their guests in one of their traditional stilt houses. There we will be toasted as honored guests and will be able to sample some of their homemade rice wine!


(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included)

Day 4: Sinchai villages
Following breakfast we embark on our five to six-hour trek that will take us along buffalo paths and trails and through several hill tribe villages. This is an absolutely spectacular walk through stunning scenery inhabited by some of the friendliest people you will meet. We cross the river and passing by Nam Tong villages, Red Dzao people. Lunch in Nam Cang village – Phula ( Xa Pho ) minority people, then hike through Thanh Phu,
Tay minority people to Sinchai Red Dzao people for home stay. Tonight the accommodation is just rustic but the experience is enriching.
(Breakfast, Lunch and Diner included)

Day 5: Supan village – Sapa
We walk uphill toward Supan, red Dzao villages. As we walk to the village nestled in the valley below Sapa, we will meet some of the local minority people on their way to and from Sapa. These minority people walk to Sapa to trade at the markets. Sapa market is always an exciting place as several, different ethnic minorities congregate here. As well as the H’mong you will also see the Dao (pronounced Zao). Dao women are particularly striking as they wear a large red turban often covered with old coins or jewelry. We meet our awaiting jeep for the drive to Sapa. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a local guesthouse.
(Breakfast, Lunch included)

Day 6: Bacha market - Hanoi
Rising to the sounds of morning coming to life for another lovely day, we breakfast and head out for a stunning spectacular of bobbling bazaar. Bacha ‘s considered one of the most wonderful and colorful markets in extreme north Vietnam where thousands of local people in their traditional attires busily buy and sell the local produces. Dog, cat, pig, horse... are all on sales. This is golden opportunity to take best shots! Afternoon we leave for Cocly, where we visit the limestone cave before we board our sampan for a couple of hour cruise along the wild river. Our awaiting van at the dock will pick you up and transfer to Laocai for overnight train back to Hanoi


(Breakfast and Lunch included)

Day 7: Arrive Hanoi

The train arrive Hanoi at 5am. Transfer to your hotel. Our trip concludes.

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Group size 2-3 4-5 6-8 9-10 10++ Sgl supl.
By bus 517 426 401 330 294 $47
By train 428 358 336 297 278 39

Tarrif includes VAT and other taxes.
Upgrade to Victoria Sapa hotel, per person: US$ 75

Trip includes:


ü

English speaking guide


ü

All transportation and transfers by A.C bus, A.C cabin on overnight train

ü

All accommodation on twin/double share basis in standard hotels, local homestay

ü

Meals as indication

ü

Admission fees and permits where applicable

ü

Drinking water during the trek.
ü Local supporting team during the trekking (porter, cook ... )
ü Trekking arrangement

Package excludes:


ü

Pre/post trip arrangement


ü Meals not indicated ( allow US$ 5-6 /meal/person)

ü

Travel insurance


ü

Other personal expenses

More TrekkingTours...

Trekking tours / Sapa Hill tribe trek


SAPA HILL TRIBE TREK

7 days/ 6nights ( 4days trek)


(1). From Hanoi to Sapa by Bus

Day 01: Hanoi - Sapa - bus
Our adventure starts with the drive to the mountain town of Sapa. The journey to Sapa will take the best part of the day. The drive is worthwhile though, as the scenery on our northward journey into the highlands is both dramatic and breathtaking. Arriving in Sapa late in the afternoon, we will check into our hotel and use the remainder of the day with a short walk around town. This evening we will dine at one of the local restaurants.

(Lunch and Diner included)

Day 02: Sapa Catcat village & Tavan village
Today we start by our pleasant walk to Cat Cat village, set in a beautiful valley just outside Sapa. Cat Cat is home to the H’mong people who originated from China, where they emigrated from about 300 years ago. The H’mong people are also easily recognizable due to their dark clothing, usually blue or black. The dye is fashioned from the indigo or hemp plant that is native to the area. H’mong women wear long aprons with embroidered waistcoats and have their hair rolled up into a turban-like hat, whilst the men wear a black skullcap, long waistcoat and loose trousers. Stopping for a picnic lunch by the creek we will spend the night with a family in Ta Van village, inhabited by the Giay people who are Vietnam’s largest minority group, numbering more than one million , of Tay- Thai group. They have become very adept at rice cultivation and, in marked contrast to the H’mong, they have a higher living standard as a result. Overnight at tribal village.
(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included)

Day 03: Tavan village – BanHo villages
We bid farewell to our friendly people and head out for Seo Trung Ho village, we climb uphill and down dales to Seo Trung Ho, Dzao village. From here we pass through several H'mong villages perched on distant hill, and are sure to attract attention as this part of the country receive very few visitors. We will arrive at Ban Ho village, Tay minority people by later afternoon . We will have time to walk around this charming little village, enabling us to understand a little more about how the people live. The village is home to the Tay people and tonight we will be their guests in one of their traditional stilt houses. There we will be toasted as honored guests and will be able to sample some of their homemade rice wine!


(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included)

Day 4: Sinchai villages
Following breakfast we embark on our five to six-hour trek that will take us along buffalo paths and trails and through several hill tribe villages. This is an absolutely spectacular walk through stunning scenery inhabited by some of the friendliest people you will meet. We cross the river and passing by Nam Tong villages, Red Dzao people. Lunch in Nam Cang village – Phula ( Xa Pho ) minority people, then hike through Thanh Phu,
Tay minority people to Sinchai Red Dzao people for home stay. Tonight the accommodation is just rustic but the experience is enriching.
(Breakfast, Lunch and Diner included)

Day 5: Supan village – Sapa
We walk uphill toward Supan, red Dzao villages. As we walk to the village nestled in the valley below Sapa, we will meet some of the local minority people on their way to and from Sapa. These minority people walk to Sapa to trade at the markets. Sapa market is always an exciting place as several, different ethnic minorities congregate here. As well as the H’mong you will also see the Dao (pronounced Zao). Dao women are particularly striking as they wear a large red turban often covered with old coins or jewelry. We meet our awaiting jeep for the drive to Sapa. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a local guesthouse.
(Breakfast, Lunch included)

Day 6: Bacha market - Hanoi
Rising to the sounds of morning coming to life for another lovely day, we breakfast and head out for a stunning spectacular of bobbling bazaar. Bacha ‘s considered one of the most wonderful and colorful markets in extreme north Vietnam where thousands of local people in their traditional attires busily buy and sell the local produces. Dog, cat, pig, horse... are all on sales. This is golden opportunity to take best shots! Afternoon we leave for Cocly, where we visit the limestone cave before we board our sampan for a couple of hour cruise along the wild river. Our awaiting van at the dock will pick you up and transfer to Laocai for overnight train back to Hanoi


(Breakfast and Lunch included)

Day 7: Arrive Hanoi

The train arrive Hanoi at 5am. Transfer to your hotel. Our trip concludes.


(2) . From Hanoï to Sapa by train

Day 01 : Hanoi -Lao Cai- train ( train )
We will catch the overnight train soft sleeper with A.C to Lao Cai. The train leaves at 21h30 from Hanoi railway station.

Day 02: Lao Cai - Sapa ( bus + trek )
Arrive Laocai station around 6am there will be a
transfer to Sapa, situated at an altitude of 1,600 meters and 33 km from Lao Cai. It's a beautiful, scenic drive as we wind our way towards Sapa. After we have checked into our hotel and had breakfast we will embark on a soft walk to visit Catcat village to take in stunning scenery that this region has to offer. As we walk to the village nestled in the valley below Sapa, we will meet some of the local minority people on their way to and from Sapa. These minority people walk to Sapa to trade at the markets. Sapa market is always an exciting place as several different ethnic minorities congregate here. Overnight at hotel in Sapa.

(Breakfast, Lunch and Diner included)

Day 03: Tavan village – BanHo villages (trek)
Today we will have pleasant trek into the scenic rice field and mountains of Sapa , there will be ample opportunity to meet with our friendly people. We walk to Laochai and Tavan village From here we pass through several H'mong villages perched on distant hill, and are sure to attract attention as this part of the country receive very few visitors. We will arrive at Ban Ho village, Tay minority people by later afternoon . We will have time to walk around this charming little village, enabling us to understand a little more about how the people live. The village is home to the Tay people and tonight we will be their guests in one of their traditional stilt houses. There we will be toasted as honored guests and will be able to sample some of their homemade rice wine!


(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included)

Day 4: Sinchai villages
Following breakfast we embark on our five to six-hour trek that will take us along buffalo paths and trails and through several hill tribe villages. This is an absolutely spectacular walk through stunning scenery inhabited by some of the friendliest people you will meet. We cross the river and passing by Nam Tong villages, Red Dzao people. Lunch in Nam Cang village – Phula ( Xa Pho ) minority people, then hike through Thanh Phu,
Tay minority people to Sinchai Red Dzao people for home stay. Tonight the accommodation is just rustic but the experience is enriching.
(Breakfast, Lunch and Diner included)

Day 5: Supan village – Sapa
We walk uphill toward Supan, red Dzao villages. As we walk to the village nestled in the valley below Sapa, we will meet some of the local minority people on their way to and from Sapa. These minority people walk to Sapa to trade at the markets. Sapa market is always an exciting place as several, different ethnic minorities congregate here. As well as the H’mong you will also see the Dao (pronounced Zao). Dao women are particularly striking as they wear a large red turban often covered with old coins or jewelry. We meet our awaiting jeep for the drive to Sapa. Tonight’s accommodation will be at a local guesthouse.
(Breakfast, Lunch included)

Day 6: Bacha market - Hanoi
Rising to the sounds of morning coming to life for another lovely day, we breakfast and head out for a stunning spectacular of bobbling bazaar. Bacha ‘s considered one of the most wonderful and colorful markets in extreme north Vietnam where thousands of local people in their traditional attires busily buy and sell the local produces. Dog, cat, pig, horse... are all on sales. This is golden opportunity to take best shots! Afternoon we leave for Cocly, where we visit the limestone cave before we board our sampan for a couple of hour cruise along the wild river. Our awaiting van at the dock will pick you up and transfer to Laocai for overnight train back to Hanoi


(Breakfast and Lunch included)

Day 7: Arrive Hanoi

The train arrive Hanoi at 5am. Transfer to your hotel. Our trip concludes.

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Price in USD and per person

Group size 2-3 4-5 6-8 9-10 10++ Sgl supl.
By bus 517 426 401 330 294 $47
By train 428 358 336 297 278 39

Tarrif includes VAT and other taxes.
Upgrade to Victoria Sapa hotel, per person: US$ 75

Trip includes:


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English speaking guide


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All transportation and transfers by A.C bus, A.C cabin on overnight train

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All accommodation on twin/double share basis in standard hotels, local homestay

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Meals as indication

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Admission fees and permits where applicable

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Drinking water during the trek.
ü Local supporting team during the trekking (porter, cook ... )
ü Trekking arrangement

Package excludes:


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Pre/post trip arrangement


ü Meals not indicated ( allow US$ 5-6 /meal/person)

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Travel insurance


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Other personal expenses

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