Sapa tour by bus – 2days-1night – Hotel stay
Discover one of the most beautiful valleys in northwest Viet Nam
- 2 ways by Limousine Bus Hanoi – Sapa – Hanoi
- 1 night in Sapa with 3* hotel
- Meals as the tour itinerary
- 2 ways cable car to Fansipan
- Entrance fee & permit
- English speaking guide
- Transport as the tour itinerary
- Mineral water & Tissue
Tour Not included:
- Drinks except otherwise mentioned
- Personal expenses & Tips
Day 1: Sapa – Fansipan Mountain by Cable car (L)
07:10; Pick up from the hotel, get on Limousine Bus and depart for Sapa. Arrival Sapa in the early afternoon, check in to your hotel and then have lunch at the local restaurant
14:00; You will take a car from Sa Pa to visit Fansipan, the highest peak of Indochina mountains. It normally takes people one or two days to reach the peak of Fansipan mountain on foot. However, you will take The three-rope cable car system which carry you from the bottom to the highest point of the mountain in 15-20 minutes. Fansipan cable car is kind of a modern three-wire cable in the world, the first time presence in Asia. Distance from the Muong Hoa Valley to the peak is 6,2km long, a total of 35 cabins, passing 6 main pillars, each pillar is away from each other 1 km.
From there, you can enjoy the scenery and magnificent views to Sapa and can admire views of Muong Hoa valley and Hoang Lien National Forest from above. also beautiful landscape of Lai Chau province. Then, you will be transferred back to Sapa.
In the afternoon, you have time to explore Sapa town, Sapa market etc. Dinner by your own account, Overnight in Sapa
Overnight in the hotel in Sapa ( Optional)
Day 2 : Sapa – Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai – Tavan ( Muong Hoa Valley ) – Sapa – Hanoi– (B/L)
Have breakfast at the hotel then start your trekking tour to the best destination in Sapa, Muong Hoa Valley
9:30 Am A leisurely walk through the old village offers you an overview of the traditional customs and practices of the ethnic Black H’mong people. Stop by a stunning waterfall and the vestige of a hydroelectric power station, constructed by the French during the colonial era in Viet Nam. Follow a dirt trail snaking through the mountain. Enjoy spectacular scenery while trekking along a narrow stream until you reach Y Linh Ho village also home of the Black H’mong minority. Head toward Muong Hoa valley. Descending into the valley, you will see the largest terraced rice fields in the Sa Pa area. (If you visit the valley between May and October, you have the chance to observe and experience how the local people plant and harvest rice). The walk takes you from Lao Chai village of the Black H’mong minority to Ta Van village of the Giay minority. You will take a break to enjoy a picnic lunch at a local house before transferring back to Sa Pa.
15:30: Get on Limousine Bus to back to Hanoi.
21:15: Bus back to the office in Hanoi and our hotel staff is waiting to escort you back to the hotel.
Price in USD per person