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Sapa Homestay - Private Day Tours

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Sapa, Vietnam
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Sapa Homestay - Private Day Tours
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Vignesh Srinivasan wrote a review Jul 2019
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Sapa is a must-do for all tourists who like hiking or trekking. This was my first time hiking - I found the hike very doable alveit tiring over 4 days. The hikes offer excellent views of the rice terraces, farms =, local villages etc. We really felt part of the community for a few days over there. We are provided ample quantities of very good Vietnamese food over at the homestay - you can also party in your first evening with the locals. Overall a wonderful experience!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Victory wrote a review Apr 2019
Singapore, Singapore163 contributions57 helpful votes
A must visit & homestay with the locals - humble & friendly village people. Fresh & Tasty organic foods & meals on the table. Fresh & comfortable beddings.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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elijah wrote a review Nov 2018
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Mama Sa and her family were an absolute joy to be around. They did a great job of showing us their village and explaining their culture. Highly recommend!
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Date of experience: November 2018
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FarAway57242269086 wrote a review Nov 2018
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I'd read a lot of things about this homestay and experience online. Unfortunately it didn't really live up to the hype. The trekking itself was extraordinary - id never been to Sapa and I love walking so that was great. But on the first day of our two day tour, it was not mama Sa but her sister who took us trekking. When we arrived to mama sa's after a long five hour trek we just wanted to sit down and have a drink and a shower but we weren't given the opportunity to do that and instead were sat at a table where a bunch of mamas were waiting for us. They knew we would be there as they had all spoken to us before the trek and found out we were staying at mama sa's. Then they just harassed us to buy stuff. All well and good it's their income but we had already purchased the homestay experience itself and more than that I just wanted to rest and relax after the long day. The second day mama Sa took us around instead but she just didn't seem that happy. She didn't seem like she wanted to be there. Maybe she was tired because she took a lot of breaks. Too many. When we asked her in the morning "what are we doing today?" She'd say "I don't know ". At the end of our stay when we asked her how much we owed her - "I don't know." She just seemed disinterest and bored and it reeked of a job and really lacked any kind of authenticity to me. Sad.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Andy C wrote a review Apr 2018
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Wow. I have travelled the world as an actor, a musician and an Event Manager. I have stayed in tens of thousands of different types of accommodations. The two nights with two days trekking at Mama Sa’s has been my best sleeping experience. Waking in the valley, the hospitality, kindness and joy of this hard working family was second to none. Lots of food as part of the fee -which was very cheap and good value-. After 16 months in all of Vietnam I can HONESTLY rate and recommend Mama Sa -also known as Su’s home stay, her son- as an amazing and unmissable experience... Conta
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Date of experience: March 2018
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