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An experience we will never forget
March 24, 2012

With magnificent scenery, pleasant climate and amazingly-diverse ethnic culture, the clouded valley and mountains of Sapa makes a perfect settings for trekking lovers.

Detailed program

Day 1: Hanoi - Lao Cai by night train
Pick you up at hotel in Hanoi around 20:00pm and transfer to Hanoi Railway Station for the night train to Lao Cai. Overnight on the train

Day 2: Lao Cai - Sapa (B, L)
Arrive in Lao Cai early morning around 06:00am, transfer by private vehicles to Sapa (40km). Enjoy breakfast at the local restaurant before we explore the Sapa resort town founded by the French. After taking short break, you start trekking to Cat Cat village home to H’Mong ethnic people. They are excellent “tho cam” weavers (kind of brocade fabrics). “Tho cam” of Cat Cat village boasts special quality as it is dyed with natural colors, polished with beeswax and embroidered with unique designs. Cat Cat silvery jewels such as necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings are also well preferred for sophisticated techniques. A walk through this old village offers a glimpse into traditional customs and practices of the ethnic Black Hmong. Stop at a beautiful waterfall and the vestige of a hydroelectric plant that was built by the French during the colonial era in Vietnam. Have lunch at the local restaurant
In the afternoon, climbing Ham Rong Mount and we will be rewarded with a panoramic view over the town. Overnight at hotel in Sapa.

Day 3: Sapa – Lao Chai – Ta Van homestay (B, L, D)
Breakfast at the hotel, and then we begin a trek through the beautiful Muong Hoa valley in Sapa: after following the road about 2 km, we reach Y Linh Ho village home to Black H'mong ethnic people. Then we get to Lao Chai village with beautiful views of terraced rice fields along the way. The guide will prepare a simple lunch (picnic style) for you. After lunch, we visit a Catholic church and explore local traditions and customs. In the afternoon, we enter the heart of the Sapa valley, the Ta Van village home to Dzay ethnic people. Dinner and homestay overnight in Dzay (Giay) ethnic house.

(Note: If you visit Sapa in May (rice planting month) and September (rice ripening month), you will earn an opportunity to savor spectacular golden terraced fields and explore the methods of harvesting or planting).

Day 4: Ta Van - Giang Ta Chai - Sapa - Lao Cai (B, L,D)
Breakfast at hotel. Full day tour of Sapa starting with its vibrant market and colonial houses. Descending into the Muong Hoa Valley, we reach the picturesque Lao Chai village of Black H'mong ethnic minority and Ta Van village by Dzay. Enjoy stunning views of rice terraces curving around the hillside, winding river and stream glittering in the sunshine. Picnic lunch is served
On the way back to Sa Pa, we visit the Tra Ma village, home to Black Hmong ethnic people. Transfer by car to Lao Cai railway station for night train to Hanoi. Overnight on the train.

Day 5: Hanoi – Arrival
Early morning arrival at Hanoi Railway Station around 5:30 am (suggested that you should take taxi to your hotel). End of our services.


Price and Included


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Single supplement (20 USD)

Hotels list of this tour Stars Cities
Homestay in Sapa Sapa
Sapa boutique hotel. Sapa


- Transport by the air-conditioned private car
- The private local English speaking guide
- Accommodation as listed (based on 02 persons/room including breakfast)
- Meals as indicated in the program (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)

- Train tickets: Hanoi – Lao Cai – Hanoi (soft sleeper of cabin of 4 berths)
- Entrance fees

- Mineral water



- Personal expenses, drinks and tips
- Visa to Vietnam
- Personal travel insurance

- Bank charge fees for payment
- Other services not mentioned in the “Inclusion”

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Homestay in Ta Van village

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Group: Pelzig Jack
January 15, 2013

Sapa was a place to return for us. A colorful world, the landscape and  the hilltribal culture set it apart from other regions in Vietnam. I loved trekking and this was just my dream. Perfectly whatI am looking for and even more than that. All valleys and hills were verdant and the view of teenage rice terraces was amazing. Thank you Visit Wonders for bringing us to this little paradise. My big thanks to Ms. Van Anh, who advised us the tours and kept in touch with us during our time in Vietnam.  I would not hesitate to recommend you to our friends who are contemplating a holiday in Vietnam.