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Active travelers will love the chance to hike through the northern Vietnamese countryside while enjoying beautiful views of rice terraces and mountains. This private 7-days tour simplifies your trip to Sapa as all logistics are taken care of, and meals provided. Spend your nights in a homestay within a hill tribe community, meeting the local people and learning more about their daily activities. Spend the days hiking between villages, from the whispering bamboo forests and iconic rice terraces, our tours explore the quieter and more simple side of Sapa. Our traditions are rich and diversified across the valley including farming & traditions, house building techniques, strong climbing experience, indigo preparation, and traditions in textiles unique to the mountain tribes.
Trekking and overnight at remote hill tribble.
Approx: 1-hour driving/ 4-6 hours walking/ 1-hour lunch/ day
After breakfast, met up at your hotel in Sapa by local guide and driver then transferred to Muong Hoa valley. Your trek will begin from Tavan village of Giay minority. The first day trek will be mostly uphill. Whenever you stop for a rest, you will be able to enjoy valley view. Before noon, you stop again at a nice spot for lunch.
The trek will be softer in the afternoon. But the scenery becomes even more beautiful. You will arrive in Seomity village of Black Hmong minority for overnight in a local family here.
The trek today takes you through beautiful rice paddies and over old suspension bridges. You will trek on small trail sneaking through rainforest. You arrive in Den Thang village of Black Hmong by noon. Here you stop for lunch either nearby a river or in a local school according to the weather.
After lunch, the trek will become tough on tinny footpath going up and down, which requires a lot of concentration. You will reach to Ta Trung Ho village of Red Dao minority where you spend the night in local house. Both the valley and the village have just received foreign visitors. The night will be even more interesting when you are in the wonderful hospitable atmosphere of the Red Dao.
You are now at the fringe of the rain forest by the Hoang Lien Son mountain range. Fansipan, the highest peak in Indochina with its 3143 m, is located in this mountain range. You will start the trek today by ascending to Nam Toong village of Red Dao minority. Here your lunch will be prepared in a local school.
After lunchtime, you descend to the valley where locates My Son village of Xa Pho minority, one of the smallest groups ethnic in Northern Vietnam. From there you take a short walk to Muong Bo village of Tay minority. Here you spend the night in traditional house of the Tay. You can take a walk to explore local daily life while your dinner will be served with Vietnamese dishes.
Today’s trek will be relatively short and soft. Once leaving Muong Bo, you follow the trekking route built in the bottom of the valley, which offers the best view to the surrounding mountains. You stop at a nice spot for lunch. After lunchtime, you continue the walk toward Sin Chai village of Red Dao minority where the night will be spent in a local house in the village.
Once having left Sin Chai you will start heading towards Ban Ho. You will trek along the riverbank where you can enjoy a refreshing swim nearby a waterfall. At Ban Ho, your lunch will be prepared and served in a friendly local Tay family's house.
On the last hours you can enjoy the valley view one final time while trekking upward Supan. Here your car will take you on journey back to Sapa. On the way you still have many opportunities to enjoy magnificent views of valleys and mountain.
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