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Sapa village travel - Day Tour

#73 of 166 Tours in Sapa
Sapa, Vietnam
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About Sapa village travel - Day Tour
Welcome to Sapa Village Travel Co., Ltd. The most professional and reliable tour organizer in Sapa. Sapa Village Travel has become one of the best tour organizations in Sapa and particularly for tours materialized in Sapa, this is the very smartest choice for tourists. Sapa trekking tours offers various tour programs with understandable itineraries, clear services included.
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Overview
We will take you to a lifetime adventure across the hidden corner in the Northern part of Vietnam. Enjoy the beautiful sceneries of from peach and plum forests to green tea fields. Travelers will experience beautiful valley made of rice terrace fields and hamlets of wooden houses on stilts, witnessing spectacular scenery as well as the colorful and less- touristy of hill tribe villages, staying in local guesthouses to learn about the real life of local people and sampling the cuisine unique to this mountainous region.

TOUR SUMMARY

Day 01: Hanoi arrival

Day 02: Hanoi- Nghia Lo Town (Yen Bai Province) – 165km

Day 03: Nghia Lo- Mu Cang Chai – 100 km

Day 04: Mu Cang Chai- Sapa – 200km

Day 05: Sapa Town - Lao Chai- Ta Van- Giang Ta Chai Village- Ta Phin- Sapa

Day 06: Sapa- Bac Ha – 110km

Day 07: Bac Ha Market- Hanoi – 300km

Day 08: Hanoi departure
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Batt_Thanakorn wrote a review Sep 2015
Bangkok, Thailand4 contributions2 helpful votes
I was been there in August (the raining season) in order to see "step rice field" with my own eyes. The whether is awesome, a bit cold, You should bring some clothes and rain clothes as well. A motorcycle driving skill is a must if you love to traveling to many places on your own but can't walk 10++ kms per day.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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Kenneth S wrote a review Jun 2015
78 contributions33 helpful votes
On an earlier trip to Vietnam I avoided going to Sapa because of the unfavourable press. This time we visited as part of a bigger Vietnam north west trip. It really is a must - the mountain scenery, terraced rice paddies, markets, nail-biting roads and precipitous drops to valley floors far below. The minority peoples, mainly Black Hmong and Red Dao, do try to sell you stuff in the streets, but it is manageable and only detracts slightly from the visit. We walked around the whole village and had a great time - every corner provides another spectacular view. The houses cling precariously to the extraordinarily steep hillsides, anchored to the rock by means that are only known to the locals. The lake is a bit disappointing though there is no real need to do more than pass it on your way to other more interesting places. Cat Cat Hmong village is full of great eating and shopping - sadly we could not get to the main action as the road was out of action - under seriously needed repairs - and the thought of walking further, only to face the uphill walk out, was too much for oldies like us. We stayed in the middle of the village at a great hotel - the Royal Hotel. The main street can keep you fascinated forever: cars, motorbikes, mad local buses, Hmong touting and the various reactions of tourists - it is incredibly busy virtually every day. The street has some good restaurants though you should spread your search as there is fantastic food throughout the area. Sapa is not that big but seems much bigger as it is packed with interest and fun - go there!
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Date of experience: June 2015
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Lephap39 wrote a review Jan 2015
Hanoi, Vietnam17 contributions56 helpful votes
I spent 9 hours to trek from bottom to top of Bach Ma mountain and stayed here for 3 days 2 nights. So this trip is interesting me very much. When getting top, look back the stretch of road acrossed, i see myself, i'm not bad as i thought. Standing over clouds, it's amazing. You are really small before natural. Let take this tour, and look back yourself. Nothing is impossible. Highly recommend.
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Date of experience: November 2014
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Response from sapavillage, Owner at Sapa village travel - Day Tour
Responded Jan 8, 2015
Dear LePhap39! Thank you very much for taking the time to write review on Tripadvisor, we really apreciate it very much. Fanxipan Mountain is adventure tour, so we can imagine how you feel when you reached to the top, you did very good. Congratulations and we do hope will have other chance to be served you at next trip in Sapa Yours sincerely
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Andrea S wrote a review Nov 2014
Sao Paulo, SP69 contributions34 helpful votes
One day is not enough for Sapa. Trekking around all the villages is very interesting and takes time. There is a lot to see and to enjoy and this is a unique place.
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Date of experience: November 2014
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Response from sapavillage, Owner at Sapa village travel - Day Tour
Responded Dec 8, 2014
Dear Andrea S! Thank you very much for sharing your experience of our services with Tripadvisor' forum. We are really appreciate it. Your right, one day is not enough time to explore whole Sapa, especially if you would like to know more about the cultural, local life as well as wonderful things of Sapa. We look forward to having you at next time in Sapa. Yours sincerely
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Tony M wrote a review Jun 2014
Avoca Beach, Australia69 contributions81 helpful votes
We loved Vietnam - but the highlight is without any doubt the beautiful villiage of SaPa. What made it even more special for us is that we found simply by accident a wonderful guide in Lothi Mo. Nothing was a problem. She could guess what we wanted to see, she knew so much about the area and the customs and people and her personalilty was so beautiful also. We met Mo's husband and two gorgeous young boys and whilst we just had two days to absorb such beautiful scenery we even got to feel part of her family. (so much so that we have continued to keep in touch) We so wish to revisit the area very soon but also have passed on Mo's contact details to all family and friends visiting Sapa (or those visiting Vietnam with the recommendation that SAPA is a must to visit) Since our visit Mo has commenced her own travel company and hew facebook pages give a wonderful indication of what Sapa has to offer. https://www.facebook.com/hmonggirlsapa Her email is sansp88@hotmail.com and mobile +840919817268 After travelling through so many countries throughout the world, Vietnam holds a very special place for us and Sapa in particular - not just for the scenery but the Hmong people and Mo and her family. DO yourself a favour and visit (whilst booking time with Mo) Tony
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Date of experience: September 2013
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Response from sapavillage, Owner at Sapa village travel - Day Tour
Responded Dec 8, 2014
Dear Tony M! On behalf of Mo and family in Sapa, we would love to say thank you very much for taking our guide service during the trip in Sapa. We transmitt your compliments to her family and she would love to say "Hi Tony" to you. We are very proud when our guide made you really enjoyable. Have a good day and we look forward having you again at Sapa Village Travel Yours sincerely
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