Sapa Trekking 4 Days – Homestay And Hotel Experience
The northwest of Vietnam is a stunning and fascinating part of Southeast Asia. There are 54 distinct ethnic groups in Vietnam, and visitors to the Sapa region will get a fascinating look at the customs and traditions of a number of these groups. The minority groups in this area still wear their colorful traditional dresses. There is a clear delineation between the groups in terms of color and style of clothing. When you travel to Sapa, you can learn about the town and the nearby ethnic villages, as well as meet some of the minority groups who live there.
Day 1: Hanoi – Sapa – Y Linh Ho Village
06:00: Be ready at your hotel lobby in the Old Quarter of Hanoi, and we will come to pick you up between 06:00 and 06:30.
07:00: The bus leaves Hanoi for Sapa. Enjoy the views of the countryside on the way, and the bus will make 2 stops for a short break. When you arrive in Sapa at about 13:30, you will be transferred by van to the Symphony Hotel (7 Hoang Lien, Sapa), where you will have lunch and relax. Our guide will then greet you and give you additional details about the trek.
At about 15:00, you will start your trek and head through the fields to Y Linh Ho village, the home of the Black H’mong people. The Black H’mong are proud of their culture, and they have their own language and wear traditional indigo blue clothing.
The trek to the village will give you an opportunity to admire beautiful nature, take photographs of hereditary terraces that are estimated to be around 100 years old, and see the daily life of the locals. After about 2 hours of trekking, you will reach Y Linh Ho village, located in a beautiful area by the Muong Hoa River in the central part of the valley.
After checking in at the homestay, you will have a little time to explore the area before dinner is served. The homestay is a traditional stilt house where you will spend the night.
- Accommodation: Homestay in Y Linh Ho village
- Meals: lunch, dinner
- Transportation: Hanoi to Sapa by sleeper bus
Day 2: Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai – Ta Van village
After breakfast, you will say goodbye to your hosts and continue trekking to Lao Chai village, where you will learn more about the local culture and customs. You will have lunch enroute. After relaxing time, you will walk to Ta Van village to visit the Giay people. The Giay minority in Ta Van has their own distinct culture and lifestyle. They live in mountain valleys near their fields, where they cultivate wet rice.
You will have dinner and sleep overnight in Ta Van village.
- Accommodation: homestay in Ta Van Village
- Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner
Day 3: Ta Van – Giang Ta Chai – Sapa
After breakfast, you will leave Ta Van and trek to Giang Ta Chai village, where you can see the Red Dao people. The women of the Red Dao have very colorful red embroideries, wear coins on their clothing, and wear red scarves on their heads. Some women shave their eyebrows because they believe a hairless face is beautiful. You will stop for lunch before leaving Giang Ta Chai and driving to Sapa. In Sapa, you will have time to explore the town and stay overnight at the hotel.
- Accommodation: Symphony Hotel
- Meals: breakfast, lunch
Day 4: Sapa to Hanoi
Have breakfast in the hotel. Check-out of your hotel before noon. Free and easy until you are picked up from the Symphony Hotel to board your afternoon bus back to Hanoi. The bus will arrive in Hanoi in the evening and drop you off at the bus stop on Tran Quang Khai Street, near the Old Quarter.
- Meals: breakfast
- Transportation: Sapa to Hanoi by sleeper bus
- Meals: 3 x breakfast, 3 x lunch, 2 x dinner.
- Accommodation: 2 nights at homestay, 1 night at the Symphony Hotel
- Transportation: comfortable air-conditioned bus from Hanoi to Sapa and back.
- Entrance fees
- English-speaking local guide
- Travel insurance (compulsory)
- Drinks and tips
- Surcharge for a single room: 550,000 VND
- All other services not expressly stated to be included
A confirmation will be received at the time of booking
The long trek should not be attempted by the elderly due to its difficulty and danger in the event of rain.
Handicapped people and children under 15 years old should not attend this tour.
Not recommended for pregnant travelers
Most travelers can participate.
This tour will have a maximum of 15 travelers.
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