NORTHERN VIETNAM TREKKING TOUR TO SAPA & YEN BAI
Day 01: Northern Vietnam trekking tours: Hanoi - Yen Bai city – Nghia Lo – Tu Le (270km) ( L/D)
Around 07 am: Our guide will pick-up you at hotel in Hanoi capital. Start journey to Nghia Lo, Yen Bai.
Enjoy stunning landscapes along the way. Stop at Nghia lo for lunch.
Enjoy stunning views of countryside and nature, visit local villages, experience daily life of hill tribe people
Upon arrive at Ma Village in Tu Le, enjoy hot spring bath.
Day 02: Northern Vietnam trekking tours: Tu Le – Mu Cang Chai – trekking around villages (B/L/D)
You will be surprise before the wonderful rice terrace belong the route from Tu Le – Mù Cang Chải.
Run over the Khau Pha pass (one of the four greatest passes in Northern Vietnam with 40km many fog in the cold days). The ride is on some of the most scenic roads which offer a lot of stops for picturing. We’ll cross Tu Le and Mu Cang Chai, the two remote lands of Yen Bai province where the black H’mong, Dzao and Thai people can make wonderful rice terrace on the mountains.
Enjoy trekking tours around La Pan Tan commune, visit Trong Tong village, explore the life & musical of Mong people.
Leave Trong Tong, continue trekking from La Pan Tan village to enjoy Mam Xoi rice terrace of H’mong people in Mu Cang Chai. Picnic lunch is served along trekking path. Visit some school and touch with children. Beside the rice terrace, you will have a chance to explore the culture & local life of Mong people, such as music traditional, agriculture tools…
Sleeping at Homestay at Mu Cang Chai
Day 3: Northern Vietnam trekking tours: Mu Cang Chai – Than Uyen – Sapa (B/L/D)
Morning: Have breakfast and continue trekking a half day to explore more the ethnic village around Mu Cang Chai.
Afternoon: The car will drive you to Sapa, pass over O Quy Ho pass, one of the four greatest passes in Vietnam where you can enjoy fresh and cool air and nice landscapes. …It will be unforgettable experience.
Stay hotel at Sapa town.
Day 4: Northern Vietnam trekking tours: Fansipan - Trekking Giang Ta Chai – Lao Chai – Ta Van (B/L/D)
AM: Have breakfast at hotel, driver & tour guide take you to Cable Car Station and spend 20 minutes with cable car to enjoy the spectacular scenery.
9.00: Reach the altitute of 2800 meters, you have a good time to see the view and take photos, visit pagoda the spiritual destinations and trek up to 600 steps you will reach the peak of Fansipan - the Roof of Indochina. ( Spend about 1,5 hours for hiking and taking photos).
11.00: Come back to Cable Car Station and return to Sapa town for Lunch
PM: From Sapa, we trek via Y Linh Ho through beautiful scenery to the Black H’mong Village of Lao Chai where we spend time looking around the village and learning about life in the village. We enjoy our picnic lunch in Lao Chai or at an appropriate spot.After lunch, we walk through rice terraces and on local paths to the Zay village of Ta Van. This is the only village in the Sa Pa area where the Dzay people live. We spend time looking around the village.
We meet with our local Dzay hosts in their home. Our hosts and guide will prepare our evening meal, and the rest of the evening can be spent get – ting to know more about family life in Ta Van or strolling around the village.
Day 5: Northern Vietnam trekking tours: Ta Van – Sapa – Hanoi (B/L)
After our breakfast, there’s more time to look around and experience life in Ta Van. We then, continue our trekking in the valley through a bamboo village, stopping for a picnic lunch at an appropriate spot along the way, this is a local food shop at the food of a waterfall and the famous ratan bridge.
After lunch, we leave Sapa and come back Hanoi. The Northern Vietnam trekking tour with Vietnam tonkin travel will be finished.
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- Viet Nam is a developing country whose infrastructure may differ from what you expect in your homeland. Road conditions are poor and accommodation may be basic in mountain region.
- Good weather for trekking time from September until June of the year. We recommend you to bring rain jacket, inner sleeping sheets, walking boots, warm clothes, lamp torch, and toilet papers.
- Occasionally, this itinerary may be amended for reasons beyond our control such as weather and roads conditions.
- Private pick-up & -off services.
- English speaking guide enthusiastic, responsible.
- All private transfer and transportation.
- Meal as in itinerary + Water
- Accommodation as indicated in the itinerary
- Entrance fees.
- Travel insurance
- Personal expenses