Night 1: Hanoi Rendezvous Hotel staff escorts you to the railway station for boarding on a 4 – AC – soft sleeper – cabin to travel up Lao Cai city.
Day 1: Lao Cai – Sapa â€“ Hill Tribe villages – Homestay (B/L/D)
Arrive at Lao Cai Train station in the early morning, you will be welcomed by our local guide and taken a drive to Sapa for breakfast and morning shower. After that, treking down to Cat Cat village of Black Hâ€™mong people to see their daily life activities, such as: clothes weaving, brocade embroidering and indigo coloured dyeing. Later on, come back to town for lunch. In the afternoon, visit Lao Chai Village â€“ home of Black Hâ€™mong minority, trek through Muong Hoa Valley with many beautiful sceneries along the river, then reach Ta Van village where you can pay a visit to a Dzay minority peole family. Dinner and homestay here.
Night 2: Homestay at Dzay family
Day 2: Tavan â€“ Giang Ta Chai â€“ Sapa â€“ Lao Cai station (B/-/D)
Wake up with the locals in the sound of pigs, chickens and the family dogs. The family is already on their feet preparing your breakfast. Later on, say good bye to the family and trek through a bamboo forest to Giang Ta Chai – home of Red Dzao people.Â Meet and talk to people to learn more about their daily life, customs and traditions. Pass over the Cau May (Rattan Bridge) then back to Sapa Town by car. Lunch by your own arrangement. Free afternoon to discover Sa Pa town or shopping in the local market.
Leave the town for Lao Cai train station at around 16:00 pm. Dinner at a local restaurant and a night train back to Ha Noi.
Night 3: Night train back to Hanoi
Day 3: Hanoi
The train arrives at Hanoi in the early morning, Hanoi Rendezvous Hotel staff will pick you up, and escort you back to the hotel (optional)
|2 persons||140 / person||N/A|
|4 persons||120 / person||N/A|
Note: Join-in group is not available. Please contact us if you need further information
Included: Private transfers, Ac soft-sleeper train, E.S. guide, admission fees, meal as specified, homestay.
Excluded: Insurance, drinks, other personal expenses.Tips are welcome!
What to bring:Â Passport, comfortable footwear for trekking, insect repellent, rain gears, hat, sun cream, warm clothing.