Our Trekking adventure included a night stay in the fishing village in the valley. They do not provide drinks for you so please keep that in mind, but they will supply food through out your trip-which was very good and always came with a vegetarian option. We had an absolutely amazing guide that spoke wonderful English. This trekking is not for the faint of heart. It is over very hard terrain, and you are to bring only the bare essentials for your stay. If it happens to rain it becomes extremely slippery and many people fell on our trip. The people of the different villages will come to help you down the hard terrain, and believe me, you will actually need the help, but do not be surprised if they ask for you to buy something from them at the end of the trip ( so bring a little extra). The landscape that you will see is breath taking, and un-describable. Don't expect too much at the home stay for sleeping arrangements. Our sleeping arrangements consisted of a very thin mattress on the floor of the attic, surrounded by a mosquito net, but it is all about the experience. Hanging out with the locals, and the others that signed up for the tour was amazing. We had the best time, and is something I would do again given the opportunity. A must do if you get a chance to go to Sapa! What an experience!
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