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Sapa is famous all over the world for the magnificent beauty of the legendary Mount Fansipan, the highest peak in Indochina. This is the living area of many ethnic minorities of North Vietnam with unique indigenous cultures. The trip to visit the pristine villages of ethnic minorities is an interesting and fascinating journey. You’ll be accompanied by a local guide, introduced to unique customs and enjoy a delicious lunch…
Our local guide will be at your hotel at 8:00am.
The journey begins with the first step of about 2.5km to visit Cat Cat village. This is the most beautiful village in Sapa and is home to the Hmong people. Small houses made entirely of wood are the living of many generations of the Hmong, who mainly cultivate and weave their own cloth to create their typical costumes. There is also a small stream here with the old hydroelectric plant of the French is a favorite attraction of tourists coming to Sapa.
You will continue to reach further villages along the Muong Hoa valley, inhabited by the Dzao ethnic group and some other tribes, walking through terraced fields, quiet villages and picturesque landscape. This route will pass through 4 other villages, namely Y Linh Ho, Lao Chai, Ta Van, and Giang Ta Chai.
After visiting all the villages, you can return to your hotel by motorbike for about 5USD/person (Optional)
It was a little hard physically for me who’s not in amazing shape, but the views were worth it ! Simply breathtakingly beautiful. My guide was very nice.
Our tour guide was excellent in his knowledge throughout the tour. We really enjoyed the views and information on the rice fields of Sa Pa as well as the villages. Very fascinating
We went on the tour with the 2 of us.
The scenery was beautiful and the guide was nice and had some interesting stories about the villages and tribes.
Two pieces of advice: there was one part which was very slippery with a mud slope. So put on some old shoes with a good profile and don’t make the mistake I made and beware of the hundreds of people trying to sell you their stuff.
Overall great experience.
I loved the trek. It gave breathtaking views of sapa and all the surrounding villages. You need to be relatively in shape to do it (I am and I felt in the rice fields haha). My two guides were black Hmong and they were hilarious and very nice. The only part I didn’t like is the restaurant -which is definitely for you to buy some things to the local. It would be ok if they just let us time to shop in the villages, but instead you are going to eat and be surrounded by little girls begging you to buy them something. I had about 10 little girls coming back to my table about 6 times each. It is quite something. I loved the rest of the trek.