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Sapa Homestays

Stay in a homestay to really soak in the vibes of Sapa and enjoy local hospitality.

All Sapa Homestays
Private
5.0 (34)
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2D1N
|Up to 10 guests
this was such a hidden gem!
4.7 (29)
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2D1N
|Up to 6 guests
Loved our tour guide Sue she was the best
Private
4.9 (44)
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2D1N
|Up to 10 guests
She is incredibly knowledgeable and fun
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4.9
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293 reviews
I don't usually write long reviews but this was such a hidden gem! Glad to have discovered this through seeksophie even though there's tons of homestays here in Sapa. Thuy and family are very friendly and welcoming! The trek to the nearby village was great and we experienced local culture among breathtaking scenery. Ecohills homestay had beautiful views being perched on the mid hill, massage was cheap and good but the best experience was the homestay dinner! They are ala carte prices but very reasonable and delicious. The homestay is run by a loving young couple and family, really glad to have met them. Some points to note: There's a 200m walk with steep slope from the car dropoff up to the homestay, motorbikes are able to go up all the way. Recommend to avoid large luggages and come in the cooler weathers for lesser bugs.
Jiemin
This was a wonderful experience! This trek allows you not only to see and experience the beauty of the highlands, but also to seek to understand the culture and people. Would recommend!
Abigail Goosen
It was an amazing trip and very worth every cent. The guides can help to plan your trip based on your ability and requests. We did a 3D2N trip and it was honestly enough for us as we're not really hikers, but Sapa was incredibly scenic and serene. The homestay hosts were very hospitable, accommodating and kind, they cooked most of our meals and also taught us to make Vietnamese spring rolls before dinner. My suggestion for those intending to go on this trip: bring about some extra small change to buy souvenirs that are handmade by the villagers (you'll encounter lots of them on the way, and some will even accompany you from point to point and then try to sell you their items at the end, overall I feel that purchasing their handmade items beats buying from local souvenir shops).
CT

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