Sapa medium trekking 3days 2nights

November 26, 2017 hoan le

SA PA (Medium trekking) 3 days – 2 nights by bus
1 night sleep in hotel and 1 night sleep at homestay

Sapa tour by bus includes 2 nights in Sapa, 1 night in hotel and 1 night at home stay. For those who expect a little extra comfort, you can upgrade your room or your hotel. However – there is one thing for sure – the home stay is should not to be missed! Is provides a unique glimpse into local minority tribes` life and to enjoy the locals hospitality. Enjoying the fresh air, lush green landscapes, clear rivers and the delicious home cooking of the traditional home stays.

 Type of hotel  Name of the hotels/homestay  Price ( usd/ person )  Extra single( for 1 person)
 Two-star hotelor Homestay  AUBERGE or GRANDVIEW Hotel or Homestay    85usd  10usd
 Three-star hotel PANORAMA, ROYAL,CATCAT VIEW  120usd  35usd

Day 1: Ha Noi – Sa Pa – Cat Cat ( L, D)

06.45 – 7.15: Our bus and tour guide will pick you up at your hotel (if it is located in the Old Quarter) or the stop by the Noi Bai – Lao Cai high way.
Getting to see the fabulous sights on the way to Sapa which is shone by the morning sun. Those including sparkling rice terraces, high mountain peaks which is covered by magnificent fog. There would be a 30-miniute-stop for you to stretch your legs on the way to Sapa.
13.00: Arrive in Sapa. Lunch will be served at the hotel.
After that, trekking down the valley to visit Cat Cat a village of a Black H`Mong tribe. We relax at the foot of a stunning waterfall and the vestige of a hydroelectric power station which was constructed by the French. Enjoying picnic lunch by the side of a river, then trekking to Sin Chai, a village located at the foot of Mount Fansipan, considered as “the roof of Vietnam and Indochina”. From there, you can enjoy spectacular landscapes before trekking back to Sapa town. The rest of the afternoon is free for you to explore the town on your own. Having dinner and overnight at hotel.

Day 02: Sapa – Lao Chai – Ta Van (B, L, D)

After breakfast, we start a 12 km-long trek to visit Y Linh Ho and Lao Chai, villages of the H`mong. The trekking route offers some challenges as you have to keep your balance on the rice terraces and a small trail on the steep mountainside. The vegetation is dense as the trail which leads to a peaceful village perched on the Hoang Lien mountainside. Getting downhill and relaxing by a stream for a picnic lunch. After having lunch, we keep hiking to Ta Van, a village of the Dzay where we will have a unique home stay experience.

Day 03: Giang Ta Chai – Su Pan – Sapa –Ha Noi(B, L, D)

In the early morning, you will get a wakeup call by our guide and spend time to enjoy a pleasant breakfast. Say good bye to local people and start a new day of trekking with more stunning landscapes and other minority ethnic villages dotted as far as your eyes sight. The trails leads you to Su Pan, which offers you a universal view over the house roofs of the Tay which is isolated in a green valley, appearing in front of your eyes will mark you an unforgettable trip. In the afternoon, we take a Russian jeep to return Sapa.

16.30: Your dinner will be served at the hotel. After that, the group will catch an night bus to return to Hanoi
22.00: Arrive in Hanoi and tour ends.
Included: Return Bus tickets (Hanoi –SaPa), Bus transfer; English speaking guide; all meals; Entrance fees; Twin sharing room;

Excluded: Beverage, Single room, Personal expenses, Tips for tour guide and drive…

Note:
– You can prolong your trip in Sapa if you want.
– What to bring: jacket (with long sleeves), camera, charger, pesonal emergency kit, sun cream, insect repellent, hat, sunglasses and trekking boots.
– Pick up at the HTS Office – 21 Ma May St, or hotels which is located in the Old Quarter. Please give your name and hotel address then we can pick you up in time.

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