Day 1: Hanoi – Sapa – Ta Phin (B, L, D)
Upon arrival in Lao Cai at dawn, you’re transferred by shuttle bus to Sapa. The bus ride uphill takes a bit more than an hour, giving you a glimpse of the region’s stunning vistas and impressive rice terraces along the way. When you reach Sapa, you can check in to your room and enjoy breakfast Hotel. Once you’re refreshed and fortified, your morning trek departs from Sapa to Ta Phin valley. Walk with your experienced guide through the town for about 20 minutes before turning down a dirt road to Ma Tra, a Black Hmong village defined by its traditional clothing and customs.
The moderate hiking route through this rural community offers more picturesque vistas of vegetable gardens and rice terraces flanked by green mountains rising in the background. You have time to visit with local families and learn about traditional fiber processing before continuing your trek to Ta Phin village, located in one of the most scenic valleys in Vietnam.
Stop here for a simple picnic lunch before exploring the village, admiring the embroidered clothing and headscarves worn by the tribal women of this ethnic group called the Red Dao. In the afternoon, and then our car pick you up transfers back to your hotel and You’re free to explore the charming town’s sloping streets or the market with many colorful ,people.
Day 2: Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai – Ta Van – Giang Ta Chai (B, L, D)
After breakfast we start 5-6 hrs trekking throughout 4 hamlets – visit 3 different kinds of minority.
Trek down to Y linh Ho and Lao Chai village of the black H’mong people.where you can see spectacular view of the rice terraced here we will stop over for picnic lunch after keep on alongside Muong Hoa stream, over suspension bridges to Ta Van village of the Dzay minority.
Keep trekking to Cau May (Rattan Suspension bridge) – Giang Ta Chai. Visit and stay overnight with a local family tonight with your tour guide and the house owners, we will set up a temporary cooking class to learn how to cook Vietnamese food for dinner.
Enjoying your dinner and get to know local traditional customs.
Day 3: Giang Ta Chai – Sin Pan – SaPa (B, L)
Today we enjoy a scenic hike to Su Fan, home to dramatic mountains and lush fertile hills and colourful Red Dao people.
The women here are particularly striking, with their coin and jewellery-studded turbans and shaved eyebrows.
Hiking through more stunning rural countryside and meeting the friendly local people offer us wonderful foray into their way of life. take a lunch un local restaurant car or motor bike pick up drive back to town you will have free time in you own at 3: 30 bus will pick you up and transfers to Hanoi.