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Sapa Trekking 3 days 2 nights – Overnight at Homestay & Hotel

Day 1: Hanoi – Sapa by bus with a short trek Cat Cat Village (L, D)

6.00-6:20: Pick up at hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter, get on a big bus and depart for Sapa Town.

9.30: Follow the highway to Lao Cai city and have the first rest stop. 

11.00: Second rest stop at Lao Cai city before heading to Sapa

13.00: Arrive at Sapa Town with colorful traditional costumes of H’mong, Dzao, and Tay ethnic people. The guide will pick you up to have lunch with local Vietnamese dishes.

14.30: A short walk to the gate of Cat Cat village, which is the home of Black H’mong ethnic people and is located near the bottom of a deep valley at the foot of Fansipan Peak. Our local guide will show you the daily life activities of the locals, trek down to the valley bottom to the waterfall where the French built a Hydraulic Power Station; stop for photos with the bridge and waterfall; then you will walk up hill for the bus to pick you up to get back to Sapa in the afternoon. 

16.30: Come back to Sapa Town. Have dinner and overnight in a hotel.

Day 2: Long trek Sa Pa – Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai – Ta Van Village (B, L, D)

7:00-8:30: Have breakfast at the hotel in SaPa town, check out the hotel and start a new day with a more interesting trek. 

8.30-8.45: Trek through the rice terraces and along Muong Hoa Stream to the Black Hmong village of Lao Chai to see the spectacular landscape of Hoang Lien Son Mountain. 

12.00 – 13.30: Have lunch with delicious Vietnamese dishes made by the family. In the late afternoon, you arrive at Ta Van Village – home of the Dzay ethnic group. 

14.30: Check in the bungalow; get to know the family of Dzay People. Spend time enjoying the mountain life on Sunset.

In the evening, you can join the local bar nearby with music and socialize with other tourists, then overnight at the bungalow in Ta Van Village. 

Day 3: Ta Van – Giang Ta Chai – Sapa – Ha Noi (B, L) 

8.00: Have breakfast prepared by the family and start a new day with a more interesting trek. 

8.45: Keep walking to the rice paddies where you have a nice photo session of the amazing surrounding landscapes; a trek through the bamboo forest; a stop to have a panorama view of Giang Ta Chai village – home of the red Dzao people. 

11.00: Trek through the Giang Ta Chai Bridge to the main road, the bus picks you up to come back to Sapa Town. 

13.30 – 14.45: Relax and enjoy yourself, and if you want, take a shower in the hotel’s public bathroom. 

14.45 – 15.00: Meet all the group members at the hotel to get ready for Hanoi.

15.30: Get on the bus to go back to Hanoi with two rest stops. 

21.30- 21.45: Arrive Hanoi, and go back to your hotel by yourself.

Sapa Trekking 3 days 2 nights – Overnight at Homestay & Hotel

Trip includes:

  • Modern air – conditioning bus with comfortable seats from Hanoi – Sapa and return
  • 2 bottles of water 2 ways/person on bus Ha Noi – Sapa – Ha Noi 
  • Modern bus in Sapa with experienced drivers 
  • English speaking tour guide 
  • Meals as 3 lunches, 2 dinner, 2 breakfasts 
  • All entrance tickets to indicated sites 
  • Insurance during the time on bus 

Trip excludes:

  • Beverages, travel insurance, VAT, personal expenses 
  • Others not clearly mentioned above 
  • A surcharge will apply if your travel date is on public holiday (Lunar New Year), payable onsite 


  • Old people, kids should not attend the long trek (9 kms) 
  • You may stay overnight at homestay for 1st night or you may do on 2nd night. Thing To Bring 
  • Warm clothes, scarf, hat, cap because the weather in Sapa is pretty unpredictable. It is normally cold in September, October, November, December, January, February and March
  • Due to the altitude of Sapa, it is sometimes foggy in December, January, February and March. 
  • Trekking shoes, sun glasses, sun cream, insect repellent are also necessary. You should take cash with you in Vietnam Dong because the banking system in Sapa sometimes doesn’t function well. US Dollar, Euro, Australia Dollar are accepted in Sapa. 
  • You should take medicine with you although there are some chemist’s shops in Sapa in case you get sick. 
  • Homestay’s facilities are not as good as hotels in Sapa.

Children Policy: 

  • 4 years old: free when sharing the services with parents 
  • 5- 8 Years old: 75% charged 
  • Above 8 years old: 100% charged as adult.

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