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Trekking Cat Cat – Lao Chai – Ta Van – Dzang Ta Chai By Bus

Trekking Cat Cat – Lao Chai – Ta Van – Dzang Ta Chai 3 days 2 nights

(Buy bus –Highway new – 1 night homestay + 1nighthotel)

Sapa District is located in Lao Cai Province, north-west Vietnam, and 380 km north-west of Hanoi, close to the border with China. The Hoang Lien Son range of mountains dominates the district, which is at the eastern extremity of the Himalayas. This range includes Vietnam’s highest mountain, Fansipan, at a height of 3143 m above sea level. The town of Sapa lies at an altitude of about 1500 meters (4921 feet) above sea level. The climate is moderate and rainy in summer (May – August), and foggy and cold with occasional snowfalls in winter.

Depart from Hanoi

6h30 – 6h45: The tour begins between with a bus or taxi transfer to the bus office in Hanoi where you will catch the day bus to Sapa.

Day 1: Hà Nội – Sapa – Cat Cat  (L,D)

12h30 – 13h00: You will arrive Sapa. Tourguide would pick up you there. After you check in hotel, rest for a short spell to take bath. You have any time to prepare your  baggage for your  trek. Then you have luch in your hotel. You should bring a comfortable shoes to trek. You will start the half-day walk to Cat Cat village occupied by the Black H’mong tribe. You will experience the tribal way of life while enjoying wonderful views of the terraced rice paddy fields and the waterfall in Cat Cat.

17h00 – 17h30: After the walk, you will be back to the hotel.

19h00 – 20h00: have dinner in the hotel restaurant. For the rest of the evening, you will be free to explore Sapa town at night time on your own. You will spend the night in hotel.

 

Day 2: Sapa – Lao Chai/ Ta Van( B,L,D)

6h30 – 7h00: After having breakfast, you will check out hotel. You will only need to bring a change of clothing, trekking gear and toiletries for your stay at the village homestay.
9h00: You will begin your 12 km trek on small trails down the Muong Hoa Valley towards the Black H’mong village of Lao Chai. The Muong Hoa Valley contains some of the most beautiful views of terraced fields.

12h00: Having lunch along the Muong Hoa river in Lao Chai, you will continue along the bottom of the valley to get to the Dzay tribe village of Ta Van to experience their way of life while staying in a local family’s cottage.

 

Day 3: Ta Van – Dzang Ta Chai – Sapa – Lao Cai ( B,L)

7h30: Have breakfast in the village homestay, you will begin your trek to Dzang Ta Chai of the Red Dzao tribe. You can experience the difference between the way of life of the different tribespeople. You will have lunch in the village before you continue your trek through the amazing scenery and to the beautiful waterfall.

14h00:  You will be picked up from the main road to take a ride back to the hotel. Along the way you may stop to take photos of the fabulous valley  enroute to Sapa. When you arrive in Sapa, you will have enough time to freshen up with a shower and take your luggage
16h00: Say goodbye Sapa.

21h00 – 21h30: You will arrive in Our office 12 Ly Thai To and the end of trip.

PRICE: (USD/ PAX)- Joining group

 

HOTELS PriceSINGER ROOM
  2 stars (Fansipan View Hotel,…) 12010
  3 stars (Royal View, Holiday, Bamboo, Panorama,…) 13020
  4 stars (Chau Long New Wing, U Sapa Hotel,…) 18540

PRICE FOR CHILDREN: 

– Children under 5 years are free (sharing bed with parents)

– Children 5-10 years old charged 50% of price

– Children over 11 years old charged as adults

INCLUDE:

– Sapa Express Bus (29 or 45 seats with air-condition, wifi, travel blanket, pillow,…) transfer Hanoi – Sapa – Hanoi

– Welcome drink (tea, café), candy at our office

– Free water, wet tissue,… on Sapa Express Bus

– Transportation as programme

– Accommodation at hotel (2 – 3 persons/ room)

– English speaking guide during the tour (enthusiastic, experienced)

– Meals as mentioned on itinerary

– Entrance fees

EXCLUDE:

– VAT (10%)

– Insurance, Visas

– Other personal expenses (tip, drinks with meals,…)