Sapa Holiday - Ta Van Homestay - 3Days/4Nights



Sapa trekking 3 days and 4 nights, visit 4 villages 7 different minority peoples and Overnight at Homestay

Night 1: Hanoi - Lao Cai by Train 
Pick up at your proposed Hotel at 20:00 then transfer to Hanoi Railway Station for boarding to Lao Cai by Express Train at 21:10. 
Overnight in the A/C soft sleeper wooden Cabin. (4 people/cabin or 2 people/cabin on request).

 

Day 1: Lao Cai - Sapa - Lao Chai - Ta Van Village (5 hours trekking 14 km, 2 villages). (B, L, D) 
6:00 AM - Arrive to Lao Cai train station. Welcome by your local guide and driver. Take a drive of 40km to your hotel in Sapa town to leave some luggage if you don't want to carry it all during the trek. Have breakfast and relax.
9:00 AM Transfer from the Hotel then trekking to visit Lao Chai village. Enjoy the overall pictures of the villages among terraces. Visit the H'mong living in wooden and bamboo houses. Continue going to Ta Van village to visit the Dzay minority. Stay the night in Ta Van village at a Dzay family. Picnic lunch on the way and dinner at the home-stay.
Night 2: Overnight at Homestay.

Day 2: Ta Van - Giang Ta Chai Village - Sapa ( 5 hours trekking, 14 km, 2 villages ) (B, L, D) 

Get up early in the morning to enjoy the daily life of the ethnic minorities in the village. Breakfast; take the road to Giang Ta Chai village of the Red Dzao minority via the paths between terraces and through bamboo forests. Visit silver waterfall and suspension Rattan Bridge, visit the people in the village and then cross Muong Hoa River up to the mountain to visit the last village of the trek - Supan village of the H'mong. Transfer to Sapa town. On the way back, enjoy visiting the ancient stone circle where stones are decorated with ancient carvings. Check in hotel.
Night 3: Overnight at Hotel in Sapa.

Day 3: Cat Cat Village - Sapa - Lao Cai - Hanoi (B, L,-)
Breakfast at Hotel, visit village of the black H'mong (Cat Cat), walk around visiting people in the village and the hydroelectric power station built by the French in the old days. Back to the town for lunch and check out hotel, free at leisure to explore the town until transfer to Lao Cai railway station to catch the overnight train back to Hanoi. Dinner on guest account.


Night 4: Overnight in the A/C soft sleeper wooden Cabin. (4 people/cabin or 2 people/cabin on request).
Arrive in Hanoi around 5:00 AM next day. Tour ends.

Type of tour:   Private tour, Medium Trekking
Departure:       Every day 
Meeting Point: Pick up at your hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter

 

--- Number of Persons in Group/Pax ---
Price in US dollars per person - Private tour

Class

2 pax

3 - 4 pax

5 - 6 pax

7 - 8 pax

Single SUPP

Standard (2*)

192

169

152

137

15

Mid-range (3*)

205

182

165

150

25

Superior (3*+)

220

197

180

165

40

Deluxe (4*)

255

232

215

200

70

 

As indicated: (A/C= Air-conditioning, O/N= Overnight, B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)

 

Tariff for this trip: The tariff may differentiate according to number of participants and the high or low seasons in Vietnam. Please contact our travel consultant for the price of this trip.

 

nclusive:

- Full transportation by private A/C vehicle as tour program indicated.
- A/C 4 berth soft sleeper train (join cabin - wooden cabin)
- Sightseeing fees and permits.
- English or French speaking guide
- All meals as mentioned in program (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
- Accommodation as program, based in twin sharing or double (on request)

 

Exclusive:

- Drinks, except otherwise mentioned
- International flight and international airport tax on departure
- Insurance, Personal expenses, Tips and emergency transfers.

 

Accommodation:

Standard: Fansipan View Hotel/ Sao Mai Hotel
Mid-range: Bamboo Hotel/ Sao Mai Hotel
Superior: Chau Long Hotel/ Sao Mai Hotel
Deluxe: Victoria Sapa Hotel/ Sao Mai Hotel

 

Notes:

- Keep your luggage and money by yourself.
- Inform in advance if you are vegetarian.
- Take original passports, good and comfortable trekking shoes, insect repellent, torches, sun scream, towels, rain gear and extra warm clothes.




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