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At the end of the motor way about 25 Km from Sapa town lies a vast and flat valley, circled by mountains and hills. It is Ban Ho valley home to the Tay ethnic. The Muong Hoa River winds its way around the village provide fresh water for 2 crops of...more
Far away from Sa Pa, we only came as we were doing the 3 day trek - which meant it was far less touristy and as a result a more authentic feel for the villages in Sa Pa. Lovely views from the valley and a...More
We took 3d2n trekking tour with 1st night @Tavan village and 2nd night @Banho village.
It was a good journey to Banho and overnight experienced in Banho even though the tour agent and tour guide keep asking whether we want to change 2nd night in...More
Ban Ho Village is an ideal way to experience the local life. The important thing is to go there, preferrably alone, not with a tour guide or any agency as they are bringing you to the most touristic places and hawkers are following you from...More
we finished a hike here, quite a bustling village with great views a few amenities (thankfully). a large school for the area and full of kids playing football in the street, it really feels like a throw back to once past
A nice and interesting walking track through the whole village. Walk slowly and take a look to every house, every farm and every direction. Enjoy the modest way of life of the local people. Don't hesitate to ask simple questions: they can speak English a...More
So glad i came here, in fact we were the only tourists there. The village is set in a beautiful valley with a lovely clean river - kind of like a paradise. There is even a suspension bridge over it. Much more authentic than cat...More
Visited this village upon arriving from a long trek. Reccomend a walk through to see families and workers in the afternoon coming together to eat. Dogs roam the street, children are sticky beaking. It's an industrious little village with lots of construction, We were told...More