4-Day Sapa Trekking

Day 1

Sapa - Cat Cat - Y Linh Ho - Lao Chai - Ta Van

Departure from Sapa at 9:Am treks down to Cat Cat village, taking in the stunning waterfall at the bottom of the hill. After a slight retrace step (But not back up) We will take a turn towards Y Linh Ho and begin a 2km walk through rice terraces. Y Linh Ho is home to the Hmong minority, and their established rice terraces are around a few years old. Rice appeared after the French left at the turn of the century - before this, the Hmong traditionally hunted animals for food. This is a perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in true Hmong culture. From Y Linh Ho we will make our way to Lao Chai, an established Hmong minority village that has been inhabited for centuries. See the product of this minority at its best with established rice terraces, homes, and a vibrant community. You will be welcomed warmly by H’mong family Speed the night in Homestay with local learning H’Mong culture, Enjoying warm hospitality with a local family 


Day 2

Day 2 - Ta Van - Giang Ta Chai - Su Pan - Ban Ho 

After breakfast, We get ready for our beautiful day uphill trail passing fascinating terraces of rice fields and trekking through the bamboo forest to Giang Ta Chai village where the Red Dao tribe lives there go down to visit the traditional house After continuing to Su Pan village have our lunch after rest and delicious food we head to Ban Ho village beautiful scenery landscape mountains arrive a the Homestay Black Tay traditional stilts house we spend the night in the Tay ethnic minority. The Tay people possess highly-developed rice farming techniques and live a sedentary lifestyle. Their villages are very large with a hundred households. They built their houses on stilts, which form superb dwellings. It is an ideal spot for experiencing homestay. You have a chance to go swimming in a hot spring, do some sightseeing or learn how to make traditional handmade woven fabric, and participate in community activities. Since the climate in Ban Ho is warmer than Sapa (the average temperature is between 18-250C), in the afternoon, you can enjoy yourself in the stream Lave and Da Nhay waterfall. The Muong Hoa River winds its way around the village, making this place so romantic. Locals are friendly, will stay overnight with Mr. Thien's family

Day 3

Day 3 - Ban Ho - Nam Toong - My Son - Nam Sai 

We departed our beautiful Day at  9:Am starting Hiking From Ban Ho to Nam Toong village to visit the Red Dao tribe will a beautiful view of the rice terraces and continued hiking down to the middle of the paddy hiking up down to

My Son village Xa Pho Minority had a beautiful colorful outfit, And near the riverside, You can enjoy swimming in My Son River we have our Pinich Lunch beside the river, After we Hiking up around 30 minutes to the top of the village Nam Sai not only has wonderful natural scenery but also an interesting mix of ethnic groups. Visitors will be met with enthusiasm and hospitality from the ethnic minority of Xa Pho people, Tay or Giay people. Especially the rare and elusive Xa Pho, living in Lao Cai province in Vietnam and probably on the China side of the border nearby. They are few, numbering just a few thousand people, and have a very distinctive and attractive dress, consisting of a dark indigo cloth jacket and skirt, decorated with embroidered designs and panels of seeds arranged in star shapes, We continue to Thanh Phu village we spend overnight Tay Family,

Day 4

Nam Sai - Nam Cang - Sapa 

Wake up with the local album surrounding the local we can see sunrise  After we have our delicious breakfast start Hiking from Nam Sai Village. Has stunning views of rice terraces and we meet different minority people, This village here mainly lives with rice besides that they plant cardamom to support themselves, Nam Cang village is very far from the mountains, There is about 267 Household (1,578 persons) Leaves together in the regions, Before the year 2000, Nearly 80% of households were in hunger and poverty and over 70% of the population were illiterate, But due to a local development plan the and investments in education and farming the population is now living under much better conditions however still poor as part of the strategy the growth of cardamom was initially a pilot project in two household commune. But as the result of high economic outcomes quickly change the number of farmers, a substantial income in return, But still, the biggest crop is rice which is somehow the foundation of all livelihood in the mountainous area, After lunch, We get picked up back to Sa Pa about hours then you can visit Sa Pa Market before back to Ha Noi