Best Sapa day tours Hanoi: Explore the hidden gems of Sapa
Sapa day tours Hanoi are a great opportunity for you to experience the unique lifestyle of different Vietnamese ethnic groups. When it comes to northern Vietnam, Sapa is always among the top-pick destinations thanks to its breathtaking natural sights, cool weather all-year-round and the diversity in culture. If you’re keen on exploring the authentic Sapa, take a look at the Sapa tours Hanoi below!
Discover Sapa hill tribe villages and Bac Ha market
Option 1: Sapa - Muong Hoa valley - Sapa
Travel Hanoi to Sapa by bus for about 5 hours. Trek through Muong Hoa Valley, Y Linh Ho village, Lao Chai village and Ta Van village.
Option 2: Sapa - Bac Ha Market - Sapa
Go on a trip to Bac Ha market - the most important market of the region. It’s where the ethnic minorities such as Phu La, Dao, Flower Hmong etc. Gather and sell their homemade costumes and handicrafts. Here tourists can also sample different kinds of traditional foods and fresh fruits.
Fansipan Peak conquering and villages trek
Option 1: Sapa - Tram Ton Pass - Cable car ride to Fansipan Peak - Sapa
After visiting the Silver waterfall, you’ll be transferred to Tram Ton Pass and go on a 30-minute trekking to reach the Love waterfall. Continue your trip to the Heavens Gate and admire the breathtaking vistas. Go on a cable car ride to reach the top of Fansipan Mount.
Option 2: Sapa - Thanh Phu village - Ho village - Sapa
Thanh Phu village is the home to the Tay people and it’s around 35km away the centre of Sapa. Along the way you’ll marvel at the amazing sights of streams and valleys. Experience a motorbike tour to reach Ban Ho village and discover Tay people’s culture. Continue your journey to Thanh Phu village and then head back to Sapa.
Sapa day tours Hanoi: Discover culture authenticity of Sapa
Option 1: Lao Cai - Sapa - Ban Khoang valley - Ta Giang Phinh valley - Sapa
Lao Cai Station, you’ll be driven to Ban Khoang valley, where you can find the village of Red Dzao and Blue Hmong called Lu Khau village. Head to Ta Giang Phinh valley and stop by to visit some local houses and learn more about their daily lives.
Option 2: Sapa - Hang Da village - Hau Chu Ngai village - Hau Thao commune - Lao Cai - Hanoi
Join a trekking trip to Hang Da village - the home of Hmong people. Hike downhill to Hau Chu Ngai village and Thao Hong Den village. Get back on track to reach Hau Thao Commune. Finally, head back to Lao Cai and go on a night train to reach Hanoi.
Sapa Homestay tours
Option 1: Hanoi - Sapa - Lao Chai village - Ta Van village
Arrive in Sapa after a 5-hour drive Hanoi. Trek downhill to reach Muong Hoa valley. here you’ll catch the wonderful scenery of Hoang Lien mountain range and Fansipan peak. Go uphill to visit Y Linh Ho village and learn about the daily life of Hmong people. Continue trekking to Lao Chai village and Ta Van village. Here you’ll be spending the night at a cozy homestay.
Option 2: Sapa - Giang Ta Chai village - Su Pan village - Sapa - Hanoi
Follow the trail uphill to reach Giang Ta Chai village. Here you can meet up with the Red Dzao people and explore their unique culture. Back on the route to visit Su Pan village and stop by a handicraft center. Head back to the main road to Sapa and end your trip in Hanoi.
Sapa day tours Hanoi - Sapa adventure tours
Morning: Trek to the mountain peak
Go on a car trip to O Quy Ho village and start trekking to the mountain peak. Visit a famous waterfall, admire the wonderful landscape and see the locals working on the rice fields. After arriving at the top of the mountain, you can relax while enjoying the amazing view. here you’ll get to see most of the well-known attractions in Sapa such as Ta Phin, Ban Khoang village, Silver waterfall, Fansipan Mountain and many more. Be sure to take lots of photos to preserve good memories of your trip.
Afternoon: Explore the hill tribe villages in Sapa
Trek downhill to explore the villages of the ethnic minorities in Sapa. Along the way visitors will get to see the cows, goats, buffaloes and the fantastic scenery of Ta Phin and Ban Khoang villages. Visit Ta Phin village - the home of Black H’mong and Red Dzao ethnic groups.
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