Sapa at a glance
3 Days
Trek in Sapa to discover breath-taking landscapes of valleys and terraced paddies with 3 days in ethnic minority villages.  Sapa is a must-see on any northern Vietnam itinerary. Nestled high in the Tonkinese Alps near the Chinese border, Sapa was built as a hill station during French colonial days, to serve as a respite from stifling Hanoi summers. These days, weekends are still the biggest draw in this crumbling hill-tribe centre. Visitors from the capital flock to Sapa for a glimpse of the famed "Love Market," a trek to local hill tribe villages, or an ascent of Vietnam's highest peak, Fan Si Pan. 
On a clear day you will be treated to views of steeply terraced rice fields, towering verdant ridgelines, primitive mud-thatched villages, raging rivers and astounding waterfalls. This is great opportunity for you who want explore the customs, traditions and way of life of the Vietnamese hill tribes with Sisters Tours Vietnam.
From US$467
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Sapa
Despite its commercialization during the last seven years, Sapa is still a must-see on any northern Vietnam itinerary. On a clear day you will treated to views of steeply terraced rice fields, towering verdant ridgelines, primitive mud-thatched villages, raging rivers and astounding waterfalls. Nestled high in the Tonkin Alps near the Chinese border, Sapa was built as a hill station during French colonial days, to serve as a respite from stifling Hanoi summers. These days, weekends are still the biggest draw in this crumbling hill-tribe cente.
  • Day 1: Hanoi - Sapa
    Day 1: Hanoi - Sapa
    Depart Hanoi by the late night train heading towards the stunning north. 
  • Day 2: Sapa - Cat Cat village
    Day 2: Sapa - Cat Cat village
    A picturesque countryside wakeup call greets you before the winding road excursion up to Sapa. A venture down to Cat Cat village will give you a glimpse of stunning scenery and impressive rice terraces. Here you can learn more about the Black H’mong people and their interesting cultures and customs. You can also make a visit to the beautiful waterfall where the French built a hydro power plant to supply the electricity for Sapa during colonial times. 
  • Day 3: Sapa - Lao Chai Village
    Day 3: Sapa - Lao Chai Village
    Eat a sunrise breakfast and then take off for pine forests and mountain valleys to Lao Chai village, home of the Black H'mong people and Van village, home of the D'zay tribe. Experience a hands-on the fabric workshop to learn about traditional weaving with a private meeting with textile artist and craftsmen. Learn about the art of hands-on traditional weaving and organic dying techniques. Return to Lao Cai to board your overnight train. 
For budget from US$467 (VND 9,863,040) per person...
The price is generally based on group of 6 people for luxury 3 days itinerary in deluxe 4 star hotels (sharing room) including excursions and private guiding. 

Suggested Accommodation: 

Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa 


Includes
·    Accommodation:  shared Double/Twin with daily breakfast.
·    Vietnamese meals mentioned in the itinerary.
·    Private transportation as per the itinerary
·    Private experienced English speaking guides.
·    Admission/Entrance fees as per the itinerary
·    Visa on arrival (approval letter)
·    SOS emmergency Air evacuation service

Excludes
·    Tips and gratuities
·    Drinks
·    Travel Insurance.

Personal expenses not mentioned above.

Please contact us at  (+84 4) 35622733 /  24hrs number: 877 - 315 - 9164/ info@sisterstoursvn or via our Contact Page for a complimentary consultuation.
 
 
 
 
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