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With Sapa Sisters, we walked here from Ta Van on the second day of a three day trek. To get to the village you walk through the bamboo forest (amazing but very muddy) and along the waterfall which is beautiful. The village is small with...More
The village is far out of the Sapa centre so you can walk if you are strong enough! You can hire a tour guide or just ask a local girl who becomes your free guide as long as you purchase something for her when you...More
This was a very enjoyable, not too strenuous, walk through a valley to the village. My guide knew some of the families so we visited a couple of homes and were welcomed inside. The Hmong people here live a traditional lifestyle and I got a...More
We walked the mud, It was difficult to walk upright throughout the path with the mud stuck in between the grip of your shoe soles. It's embarrassing to land on your butt while the elderly tribe women had no problem at all with their rubber...More
Did the trek down to this village in the mist and after some heavy rain. Was heavy going slipping and sliding as you have to wear wellingtons so not much grip or ruin you hiking boots. Was never the less a lovely hike must be...More
The Giang Ta Chai village is really nice and lovely. You can reach it trekking by yourself or with one of the tours that take you around Sapa Valley. People are friendly. There's a waterfall (usually packed with people). It's a great place to relax...More
My solo trek :) from Y Linh Ho .. to Lao Cao .. through Ta Van via routes in the higher slopes... then to Giang Ta Chai waterfall. The views were terrific... and by chance I had a delicious lunch at a homestay whipped up...More