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Sapa Hill-Tribe and Culture Trekking 2D2N

4 reviews
5/5
  • 2 days 2 night experience
  • Moderate to challenging
  • Cultural immersion & active adventure
  • Villages, rice fields & mountains
  • ​Private tours
  • Vegan-friendly

Enjoy a traditional and accommodating stay outside the hustle of Sapa’s center. To get there, you’ll trek through different ethnic and do some treks in villages! 

This overnight excursion through Sapa’s famous rice paddy terraces and bamboo forests will give you the chance to explore village life with ain the local guide and family. 

Guests can also choose to experience unique activities like participating in the cooking of some delicious homestyle Vietnamese and traditional foods with your guide and local host family.

On the 2-Days trekking in villages, an experienced guide from Trekking Tour Sapa’ will take you to the Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range (The Tail of the Himalayas) and Fansipan, the roof of Indochina standing tall at 3,143m above the level sea. 

From here, you will get to see the panorama view of Muong Hoa Valley as well as the iconic landscape of rice fields and whispering bamboo forests. 

You will visit 5 individual villages, 4 ethnic minorities in Sapa and pay to witness their culture.

Reasons to book this experience

01. A local private guide: A Local guide in a private tour only get your needs focused, and has enough time to answer all your questions.

02. Stay in the nice homestay with amazing view (you can join in cooking)
03. Visit to 5 villages and meet 4 ethnic minorities in Sa Pa
04. Get to see the famous and biggest rice terrace fields in Vietnam, the biggest river and valley in Sapa (Muong Hoa).
05. Meeting the country’s most representative animals such as the water buffalo.

06. Meet good people and eat good foods.

Itinerary

Night 1: Stay at the Black Hmong’s Homestay in Ta Van Hmong village

Sa Pa – Homestay in Ta Van Hmong village

Trekkingtoursapa’s guide will meet you at your hotel in Sapa town or in front of Sapa’s main church (at your owner’s times). 

After a short introduction, we will take a private Taxi to Ta Van, a village of both Black Hmong and Giay minority where a Black Hmong family and check-in will welcome us at their homestay. 

You will then have time to rest, take a hot shower, and prepare for joining in cooking Vietnamese foods such as make spring rolls and much more!

Day 1: Trekking to the beautiful landscape of rice terraces and mountain views (Muong Hoa Valley)

Ta Van – Giang Ta Chai – Su Pan – Ban Ho (15km around 5.5 – 6 hours)

At 9:30 am. After have breakfast at the homestay, we will do the trekking on a small path (inside the bamboo forest) uphill to the Hoang Lien Son mountain range – high around 1.850m above level sea, where you will get to see the panorama views of Muong Hoa valley and see to the beautiful landscape of rice terrace fields as well as to see all of the villages in the Muong Hoa valley. 

We will then be making our way downhill to the Giang Ta Chai waterfall (faraway touristy area, non-touristy) Where you will enjoy the stream’s babble and jungle’s sounds. 

After taking a short rest, we will continue the trekking to homes of the Red Dao minority are, a small hamlet of Giang Ta Chai village, where our guide will show you differentiate between the three ethnic minorities in Sapa. 

After a visit to Red Dao Homes, we will continue our way to the Su Pan village and have lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, we will make our way to Su Pan, a community of the Black Hmong minority. 

And then continue walking to the Ban Ho village, where you will meet 3 ethnic minorities such as Red Dao, Tay, and Black Hmong. 

A Tay family and check-in will welcome us to their family. You will then have time to rest, take a hot shower, and wait for your dinner.

Day 2: Continue trekking to the Red Dao area

Ban Ho – Nam Tong – Sapa (5Km around 2.5 hours)

After an excellent breakfast in Ban Ho, we continue walking to the village Nam Toong, about 3km from Ban Ho. 

In this village, you can learn everything about the Red Dzao minority that lives here. The Red Dzao are famous for the red scarfs they wear on their heads. 

After visiting Nam Toong, we walk back to Ban Ho, where we will have lunch. After lunch, transportation will be waiting for you to bring you back to Sapa. 

End of the tour.

Good to know

Price details

Sapa hill trible hike 2D2N

Pickup

From your hotel in Sapa or in font of Sapa main Church.

Drop Off

In your hotel in Sapa or Sapa center

    The tour will include

    • 2 breakfast + 3 lunches + 2 dinner
    • 2-night accommodation (homestay)
    • English speaking guide
    • Village entry fees
    • 1 big bottle of water
    • Transport back to Sapa

    The tour will NOT include

    • Personal travel insurance
    • Extra drinks (e.g. bottled water or beer) on the way
    • Tips

    Things you should bring

    • Trekking shoes
    • Waterproof jacket
    • Comfortable clothes
    • Sunscreen
    • Mosquito repellent

    Note & Convenience

    01. If you have a big bag or a big suitcase, no worries. I have a store in Sapa where you can leave your luggage when you arrive as well as take a shower before you leave Sapa. Then you can bring a small bag while trekking.

    02.  We can arrange a bus or train for you from Hanoi – Sapa and back Hanoi. If you need any helps with the service, please contact us for more information.

    03. The tour starts at 9 am, ends at around 3 pm

    How Private Tour Works​

    Personal Travel Specialist Dedicated travel specialist

    Handpicked Accommodation (Homestay)
    Best location & price

    Flexible Meal Plan
    Tickle your taste buds

    Private Guide and Car
    Hassle-free tour experience

    Adjust the physical activity
    We can adjust the difficulty of all of our hikes to your wishes and abilities.

    Responsive Customer Service
    24/7 care

    Cancellation Policy​

    7+ days prior tour start date: 100% reimbursement of the tour price (no cancellation charges)

    6 to 2-days prior tour start date: 25% reimbursement of the tour price

    1 day prior or same day of tour start date: no reimbursement

    Why Us?​

    Trekking Tour Sapa owned by a team of Hmong ethnic minorities in Sapa. We use our local knowledge to create hiking, trekking, and motorbike tours for those wanting to discover the best and most beautiful areas of Sapa. We were born and raised in this region which helps us to show you places that many companies else may not be able to provide.

    Locally & Minority Owned
    Benefiting the local Black H’mong and neighboring ethnic tribal people.

    Authentic
    Get the real Sa Pa Experience.

    Ethical Tribal Visits
    Preserving the culture of the H’mong and other ethnic minority peoples.

    Ecological
    See the beauty of Sapa and help to preserve its beauty for generations to come.

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     4 Reviews

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    Ryan Tevebaugh
    Ryan Tevebaugh
    January 2019
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    We just finished the 3 day / 2 night trekking tour with Sinh and it was awesome!! Highlight of our trip so far. He is an experienced guide and is extremely genuine so it’s easy to becomes friends fast. He does a really good job communicating the trip plan and schedule each day so you feel your in good hands the whole time. The food and homestays were both very good as well! He also will teach you about his family, the plant and animal life, and the different ethnic minorities that call Sapa home along the way. I highly recommend his tour company to anyone that wants to avoid the crowds and experience the amazing views and villages around Sapa. Tips: buy rain boots in town as the trails are very muddy in the winter, pack some snacks or buy some along the way to carry you between the provided meals (which were really good)
    Kim S
    Kim S
    January 2019
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    This was a really great experience, going on a local trek with Sinh through the majestic and wondrous area around Sapa. Sinh is a truly thoughtful, knowledgeable and positive host who encouraged questions. I took that encouragement to heart and probably asked dozens of questions about the countryside, the flora and fauna, the Hmong people of this area and even about how he met his beautiful and gracious wife who accompanied us on the trek. I would highly recommend Sinh as a guide and his trek as an amazing experience.
     Ian B
    Ian B
    December 2018
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    We did a 2 day, 1 night trek with Sinh and had a truly splendid experience. Sinh met us at the Sapa city center (Notre Dame cathedral), introduced himself and his Wife who is currently his "training guide" explained the trip itinerary and we set off on a beautiful adventure. The terrain was a mixture of rugged side hill trails, small dirt roads, paved (yet remote) scooter trails, and viaduct paths. We never grew tired of the views, unclose encounters with vietnamese farm life was a pleasant surprise, meals were everything we could have hoped for, the homestay was clean, the shower was hot, everybody was friendly. You will notice that Sapa is the center of massive tourist development by huge corporations. It was really cool to support Sinh in his small business entrepreneurship. For a kid who grew up without electricity, in a family of rice farmers it is pretty impressive that he learned english, and built a trekking tour company from scratch. If you would rather hike than sit in a shuttle bus, this is the experience for you.
    MasayuAbdullah
    MasayuAbdullah
    December 2018
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    I did 2days trekking at Sapa with Sinh. It was a light and easy trekking we did due to raining and the road was so muddy. It was unfortunate due to rain and the view was so cloudy. Sinh is a good local guide and can speak English. We also have Chu follow us along the trek and she also helped me during my trekking.
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