Sapa Valley Trek and Homestay - 3D2N

In this tour you will be taken by our experienced local guide across 5 different villages of the Hmong, Giay and Red Dao local ethnic minorities.

Enjoy Sapa’s breath-taking natural landscapes, main rivers and valleys while learning about the culture, customs and traditions of the 3 main local ethnic minorities of the region and homestay experience.

Let yourself be surprised – don’t miss the chance to learn first-hand about Hmong’s unique marriage traditions, rice field work techniques, traditional house rituals and much more!

Sapa Rice Fields

Duration: 3 days trekking Sapa
Departure date: Everyday
Departure time: flexible between 8.30 am – 9.30 am
Physical activity: Moderate to challenging
Location: Small traditional villages
Travel Style: Cultural immersion and active adventure

  • Private tour only in Sapa. Cheaper price: small groups of 5 people.
  • Trekking tours off the beaten tracks
  • Local guide (Black Hmong ethnic minority)
  • Genuine homestay experience with authentic, local food
  • Main attractions and points of interest include Vietnam’s rice terraces, bamboo forest, mountain trekking up to 1.800 meters above sea level
  • Homestay experience – real local food
  • Trekking and homestay

Day 1: Sapa – Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai – Ta Van – Homestay (15 km or 6.5 hours)

The tour starts at 9am. Our local guide will meet you at your hotel in Sapa Town or in front of the local main church. After a brief introduction, you will be taken 2km down to Cat Cat’s road, a well-known village of the Hmong minority. From there, you will be reaching the hanging bridge of Muong Hoa river and then continue uphill into the mountains and through a bamboo forest. From there you will get the chance to admire some of the biggest and most beautiful rice terraces in Vietnam as well as enjoy the majestic mountain view on top of the Hoang Lien mountain. You will then head down to Y Linh Ho village and have lunch at a small, traditional restaurant ran by a local Hmong family. After the break, you will make it to Ta Van, a village of the famous Giay minority, where you will be welcomed by your local host family. You will then have some time to rest, take a hot shower and get ready for your dinner – if you want, you will also have the chance to take part to an informal cooking class!

Day 2: Ta Van – Giang Ta Chai – Su Pan -Ban Ho – Homestay (18 km or 6.30 hours)

Enjoy a cup of hot coffee or tea and discover your homestay’s surrounding area and the nearby rice fields. After breakfast, you will be taken again uphill into the mountain till the waterfalls of Giang Ta Chai. You will then enter the Red Dao area where, together with your local guide, you will learn more in details about their culture and daily life. After a short visit at a Red Dao family, you will then head back to the waterfalls by taking an alternative trail and across a second hanging bridge. You will then have your lunch in Giang Ta Chai village at a small, local restaurant ran by a Hmong family. After the break, we will make our way to Su Pan, a village of 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. We will be welcoming by a Tay family and check in at their family. You will then have time to rest, take a hot shower and wait for your dinner.

Day 3: Ban Ho – Nam Tong – Sapa (3km around 3 hours)

After a nice breakfast in Ban Ho we continue trekking 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 head. 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.

# Prices

  • Person: US$140 (private tour)
  • 2 people: US$125/per person (private tour)
  • 3 – 5 people and more: US$110/ per person (A small group or your private group)

# Pickup

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

# Drop Off

In your hotel in Sapa or Sapa center

# Things to bring

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

# The tour will include

  • 2 breakfast + 3 lunches + 2 dinner
  • 2 night accommodation (homestay)
  • 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) at homestay
  • Tips

# Cancellation Policy

  • 7+ days prior tour start date: 100% reimbursement of the tour +) price (no cancellation charges)
  • 6 to 2 day prior tour start date: 25% reimbursement of the tour price
  • 1 day prior or same day of tour start date: no reimbursement

Our Customers Say

      Sinh is a really passionate guy who’s more than happy to share his experiences and cultural knowledge with you – it was very interesting learning the different ethnic tribes living in the villages surrounding Sapa. Sinh was also very accommodating to have met me earlier...More

    thumb Cadence L
    1/01/2019

      I have been traveling South East Asia for 6 months, Vietnam for over 4 months and this was one of my best experiences so far. We started in the south and I have found that this country just gets more and more beautiful the further...More

    thumb Freedomtravelworld
    5/28/2019

      Sinh is a wonderful guide, We walked 2d/1 nights trought the beautiful landscapes and mountains around Sapa. The homestays very beautiful and the food delicious. If you choose trekking tour at Sapa, I highly recommend you should take a tour with him.

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    1/22/2019

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