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Sapa trekking tour with experience of local people.




FIRST NIGHT:  Hanoi – Sapa by  overnight bus

21:10 – 21:45: Free pick up at your hotel in the Old Quarter of Hanoi or at our branch office in Hanoi and transfer to Sapa Express Bus →

22:00: Departure to Sapa →

23:30: Have a rest-stop at Km57 for 30 minutes, here you can go to toilet also →

22:30: Stop within 15 minutes at Km237 for the second rest-stop →

03:30: Arrival Sapa town – stop at our office, No 02 Cau May street.

* You can stay on the Bus until 06:00 AM , then pick you up for checking in your hotel.



FIRST DAY:   Sapa – Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai – Ta Van  ( B,L,D)

Around 06:30am,  our tour guide will pick you up at Sa Pa express bus office in Sa Pa .

Arrive in the hotel in Sapa, an early check in follows if room is available, otherwise in the interim, you will have access to a basic room for your refreshment, before enjoying breakfast prior to going on the morning tour.

09.30 Start your tour with 6 km of walking down to the South East of Sapa along the side of Muong Hoa valley to Y Linh Ho village, home of the Black H’mong people.

Then continue with a 3 km-trek down to Lao Chai village. Here we will stop for a simple lunch before exploring the village.

After lunch, continue trekking through terraced rice fields to Ta Van, village of the Dzay minority people.

This trek is relatively easy, though the trail, can be quite slippery if it rains, so good footwear is recommended.

Have dinner and stay overnight at home stay in Ta Van

  • Trekking difficulty: 6/10
  • Distance: 10 km. of trekking and 8km of driving from Ta Van village to Sapa
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinners
  • Accommodation: Home stay in Ta Van
  • Bus from Lao Cai Train Station to Sapa

SECOND NIGHT: Overnight at home stay




Ta Van – Giang Ta Chai – Su Pan – Sapa (B-L )

9:30 –After having had a restful night and enjoyable breakfast, it is time to take an 8 km walk to visit 2 villages of the red Dzao people, the H’mong who are located in Giang Ta Chai
Su Pan villages. Situated at the edge of Muong Hoa Valley, Giang Ta Chai is gaining popularity as one of the most scenic and interesting locations for visitors who enjoy experiencing the colorful traditional customs and costumes that are always on show here. While Supan is considered as a less travelled and more withdrawn village because of its small population base.

There are breath taking and beautiful landscapes throughout this mountainous area, including a stunning waterfall, rattan bridges, and some exquisite ferns and orchids that drape from the overhanging branches of so much lush vegetation. After Giang Ta Chai and Su Pan visits, it is hard to have to leave this area, but we again have opportunity to do more exploration in Sapa town, so the bus ride allows some recovery time… and lots of photos and stories will no doubt be told on the brief ride back.

-Trekking level: 5/10
-Trekking: 8Km of trekking, 10Km of driving back to Sapa.
-Activities: Start the journey with a trek to Giang Ta Chai Village and Supan Village of the Red Dao and the H’mong people, which are located far from the center of Sapa but very attractive with coloful traditional costumes.
-Meals: Breakfast, Lunch,

-Bus to office Sapa Bus Express



THIRD NIGHT: Sapa – Hanoi by  overnight bus ( B, L)

15:00: Pick up at our office, No.02 Cau May →

15:30: Departure to Hanoi →

18:30: Stop at Km.57 Station for 30 minutes. You can have dinner here and rest room also →

20:00: → 21:00: Arrival Hanoi and stop at No.12 Ly Thai To street, a taxi will drop off you at your hotel in Hanoi (included)


Here below you can see the sleeping night bus servive, it is a modern bus with alls comforts and the seats are designed to ensure a good rest.





Round trip with Sapa Bus Express, sleeping bus, Hanoi-Sapa and Sapa-Hanoi

All meals and water

One night in home stay

Professional tour guide speaking english


Not include

– Insurance
– Drinks
– Others not clearly mentioned above



starting from 82 € per person