SAPA MEMORY START FROM HANOI 02 DAYS 01 NIGHT
SAPA At an elevation of 1,500 meters, about 380km from Hanoi, Sapa is Vietnam’s most picturesque hill station and is well off the beaten tourist track. The French founded the village on the slope of the Hoang Lien Son Mountain in 1903 and used it as a cool gateway. From the town center, visitors can see cloud-capped peaks, crystal clear streams and steep terraced vegetable gardens. There are a number of nice hill tribe villages and local fairs to visit
DAY 1: HANOI - SAPA BY BUS (-/-/Dinner)
To be met and transfer by bus for the highland town of Sapa and check in hotel. Same afternoon, we visit the Minority Village where ethnic minority people are in various styles of traditional dress - indigo tunics and leggings, elaborate pleated skirts, sliver-studded jackets. The first sightseeing is Cat Cat minority village where you will have a new understanding to these minorities and experience the unique lifestyle. Free at leisure until going out for dinner. Overnight at hotel in Sapa.
DAY 2: SAPA – LAO CHAI - TA VAN VILLAGE (Breakfast/Lunch/-)
AM: The walk takes you from Lao Chai village of Black H'mong minority to Ta Van village of Dzay and Dzao minority people & experience the daily life of minority people to understand their culture and customs (If you visit the valley some time in between May and October, you will be able to experience how the local do planting and harvesting, one of the most important activities in their daily life) before transfer back the townn for the bus to Hanoi
Including: 01 nights hotel accommodation as listed below or similar, breakfasts, lunches and dinners mentioned in program, entrance fees as stated in the tour program, government permit to remote ethnic zone, experienced local English or French speaking guide, Two way sleep-pod bus from Hanoi – Sapa – Hanoi, Gov’t tax and service charge, Miniral water is available
Excluding: Visa, air ticket, any meals, drinks other than specified, tip and personal expenses. Travel Insurance in all kinds, Peak tourist season or special event rates