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We did Sapa package tour with Vietnamtonkintravel team & passing this Valley. Scenery was very beautiful & peaceful with small stream, old houses, rice fields...Local people was very friendly. It's very well worth to do trekking trip here!
We are an active couple in good health in our 70’s. Our guide told us he was taking us on a bike path along the Muong Hoa Valley to Y Linh ho village of the black H’mong. Four village women joined us for our walk....More
We highly recommend to book trekking tour and halong cruise with James. This agent is great, they book train tickets, hanoi hotel ,sapa hotel, airport transfer, trekking to local villages and all services were exceptional, some of us vegetarians but they arrange fantastic food at...More
We took the walk from Sapa on a fine and sunny day. It was cool at the start in Sapa, but once down in the valley it can get quite hot. Wear good shoes (solid sneakers are fine), but if it's wet, it can be...More
Wandering through the Muong Villages Of Cat Cat and others is a step back in time to the 17 and 18 hundreds. You see a subsistence way of life with a happy and friendly people. The old Waterwheels that brought power under French rule are...More
We are group of 6 and booked a private tour with James via HALONG SAPA EXPERRS agent and we spent 2 nites at hotel in town. He arranged best routes for us.
Day 1: Cat Cat village.
Day 2: Lao Chai village , TaVan village...More
First of all, it is not recommended on a rainy day for this trail as the trail will be extremely slippery and muddy. You need to have proper hiking shoes as we were not warned. However, the rice terrace scenery is beautiful.
There are many...More
I spent 5 days in Sapa. My friends and I rented a motorbike to get out of Sapa and away from the crowds to see the "traditional" lifestyle. We drove to Tra Ma and Ta Phin based on trekkingsapa.com. We were so disappointed. It took...More
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Sapa is a mountain region - so naturally the place will be a bit colder than other places in Vietnam...In September the place should be moderately cool like other months and there might be rains...when we went in June, they... More
Sapa is a mountain region - so naturally the place will be a bit colder than other places in Vietnam...In September the place should be moderately cool like other months and there might be rains...when we went in June, they mentioned July August September will be considered as Rainy season...
Hi. There are different points of entry and exits. Although it is possible to explore without a guide, it is highly recommended to go with one as once you're inside the paths, it can get confusing and there are very few... More
Hi. There are different points of entry and exits. Although it is possible to explore without a guide, it is highly recommended to go with one as once you're inside the paths, it can get confusing and there are very few sporadic houses around to ask for help. Sapa Sisters is a great tour company and offer very experienced Hmong guides