vietnam tours packages

Sapa trekking homestay
(Trip of 5 days & 4 nights, departure from Hanoi)

Brief itinerary:

Day 1: Hanoi. Overnight train to Lao Cai
Day 2: Sapa. Visit
Day 3: Sapa Trek-Ta Van homestay
Day 4: Giang Ta Chai-Sapa-Lao Cai. Overnight train to Hanoi
Day 5: Pick up and transfer to the hotel.

 

Detailed itinerary:

Day 1: OVERNIGHT TRAIN TO SA PA (360 km/ 8h30 bay train)
8.00 Pm – Mandarin Road private car comes to pick you up from your hotel then transfer to Ha Noi Railway Station and catch the night train to Lao Cai (soft sleeper with airconditioning, 4-berth cabin for Standard & Superior categories, 2-berth cabin for deluxe category). Arrive 5:30 or 6:00am.

Day 2 : SA PA
We are met on arrival into Lao Cao in the early morning and transferred to Sapa, driving through dramatic and breathtaking scenery.
Being attracted by the climate and the beauty of the landscapes, the French colonists had made Sapa an ideal place for relaxation and holiday. The city is located at 1650m, at roof of Fanxipan, the highest mount of Viet Nam.
After breakfast at local restaurant, we take a walk to Cat Cat valley, an H’mong village which is situated about 2,5 km from Sapa by a track that descends wrap-around through a cultivated zone. The rest of the day is dedicated to leisure or shopping for delicate embroideries and batik at Sapa Fair. Climb to Ham Rong Mount for a panoramic view of Sapa. Lunch & dinner at local restaurant and overnight at the hotel in Sapa.

Day 3 : SA PA TREK- TA VAN HOMESTAY  (4-5h by trek)
About 09:30 am, we start trekking, the first part is on the road , and turn to the right and walk on a small path down the valley to Muong Hoa and from there to the Lao Chai village of Black Hmong. Black Hmong is one of the biggest minority groups in the Sapa area. They are proud of their culture and keep their traditions and way of living. We have lunch at Lao Chai village, after lunch we continue to Ta Van village to visit Day people. Day is a fairly small minority group in Sapa. Nowaday many women still wear traditional shirts with a purple, blue or green colour. The Day houses are built of wood and bamboo with a clay floor.
We stay overnight with Dzay family in Ta Van and have our dinner there.

Day 4: GIANG TA CHAI- SA PA - OVERNIGHT TRAIN BACK TO HA NOI (360km/ 8h30 by train)
After the breakfast we continue to visit Red Dao people at Giang Ta Chai where we also see a waterfall. The Red Dao women have very colourful red embroidery and coins on their clothing. On their head they wear a red scarf.  After you meet up with your vehicle to take you back to Sapa town. Arriving back in Sapa around lunchtime, you have a free afternoon to further explore the town before your transfer to the train station for the night train to Hanoi (soft sleeper with airconditioning, 4-berth cabin for Standard & Superior categories, 2-berth cabin for deluxe category).Dinner at local restaurant.

Day 5 : Hanoi
Arrive in Hanoi at 5h:00. Transfer to your hotel. End of service.

PRICE
Price net per person in US$
Valid till 30th September 2017

Group
size

Group
of 2

Group
of 3- 5

Group
of 6- 9

Group
of 10- 15

Group of 16- 20

Group
21 up

Sgl
Suppl

Standard

420

356

278

263

239

236

19

Superior

427

362

284

270

246

243

26

Deluxe

488

424

354

331

307

304

107

Note: Supplement will be added to the price of the trip during Christmas and New Year period (from the 24 of December 2016 to the 05th of January 2017), and also during the Tet Holiday from the 27th of January to 05th February 2017

Name of city/
List of hotels 

Standard

Superior

Deluxe

SA PA

GoldSea
Hotel**
(Superior Room)

Bamboo Sapa
Hotel***
(Superior Room)

Victoria Sapa Resort****
(Superior Room)

TA VAN

Homestay 
(Summary comfort)

Homestay 
(Summary comfort)

Victoria Homestay
(Summary comfort)

 

The price is included:

           The price is excluded:

- Transportation by private air-conditioned vehicle with driver
- English speaking guide
- Train tickets soft sleeper with AC
- Accommodation based on twin sharing room including breakfast.
- Lunch and dinner in the local restaurants as per program
- Entrance fees and excursions according to program

- International flights, airport taxes, visa
- Drinks, tips and any personal expenses
- Other services not mentioned in the program.