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6H Easy Private Trek - Quick Sapa Highlights

By Sapa Hmong Family Trekking Adventures

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From US$ 39
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At a Glance

At a Glance

Less than 1 day
Private trip
An easy, 12-kilometre trek where you have the chance to get a glimpse into the life of different minorities from the surrounding villages of Sapa.

Choose this if

All you've got is 6 hours but you want to cover as much of Sapa as possible. Your trusty guide will take you on some quick highlights such as Y Linh Ho and Ta Van Mong!

Trip Highlights

Sapa Rice Terraces
Waterfalls

What's included

What's included

From US$ 39 921,145 VND (max group size of 10)
  • Private English-speaking guide
  • Local Lunch
  • 1.5-litre drinking water per person
  • Insurance
  • other expenses
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Transport

Transport

Free - Return Transfer from Sapa
  • Return Transfer from Anywhere in Sapa
    Pick-up: 09:00am; Drop-off: 03:30pm

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Availability

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Itinerary

Itinerary

This is a sample itinerary and may be weather-dependent. Start/end times may depend on transport chosen.
Day 1: Sa Pa – Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai Sang – Ta Van Mong – Sa Pa
 Sa Pa – Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai Sang – Ta Van Mong – Sa Pa

Today you will get a glimpse into the life of different minorities from the surrounding villages of Sa Pa.

  • 09:00am - Pick-up at Sapa
  • 09.00 am: Meet your guide and get a short briefing.
  • 09.15 am: Leave for an easy walk down the valley just behind Sa Pa, passing Y Linh Ho village. Witness the beauty of this valley with its river and hundreds of rice paddies.
  • 12:00 pm: Local lunch in Lao Chai village. Take a look in a classroom of a village school. Visit a Hmong House and learn about the local culture.
  • 01:00 pm: Continue to Ta Van village where you will cross the river and the bus will pick-up. The village offers you to see a homestay and members of the Giay minority group.
  • If you wish, you can also learn about the Black Hmong indigo dye techniques.
  • 02:30 to 03:30 pm: Return to Sapa
  • 03:30pm - Drop-off at Sapa

Meet your guide

Meet your guide

Sapa Hmong Family Trekking Adventures

Sapa Hmong Family Trekking Adventures is a small family-run trekking operator in Sapa. The guides are well-experienced and speak fluent English. They will show you the best spots in their homeland and introduce you to the culture of the many minorities living in villages around Sapa, contributing to your wonderful experience in this Vietnamese Town.
Fluent English
Community-Based

What others are saying

What others are saying

5.0 out of 40 helpful reviews
GenuineFoodFan, Cambridge
01 Nov 2019 on TripAdvisor
We did a three day-two night homestay trek with Chan and Sung. We opted for the more "strenuous" treks which took us up into the hills overlooking the valley. This was such a good decision - it was tough trekking in part but very rewarding as the routes took us away from the masses of day trippers in the valley floor. The days weren't over-long and food and water was provided as part of the trek service. The evening meals were excellent with a great spread of authentic Local and Vietnamese dishes - more than enough to fill us up! The evenings were spent in Sung and Chan's own homestay which was very clean, spacious and comfortable. We held with the evening meal food preparation - learning about recipes and techniques - including making deep fried spring rolls. Both Sung and Chan speak excellent English and are very happy to engage and discuss topics relating to their culture, their local area and living in modern day Vietnam as a whole. We will be recommending them to all our friends and family.
786maru_ab, Slovenia
01 Nov 2019 on TripAdvisor
Me and my friend took 2D1N trekking experience with them and it was really lovely. Our guide was Wu (Chan’s sister), she spoke really good english, answered all of our questions (there were many) and was overall just lovely. The trek itself is about 14-16 km but there are many rest breaks. She took us to her parents house and then to Chan’s house where we slept. We had dinner with two other guests, Chan and Wu (they let us help with spring rolls) and it was sooo tasty and fun (we tried home made rice wine). + the view from the house is nice. we would most definitely recommend going with them!!! Thank you Wu and Chan. Marusa and Kristina
ouvrardm, France
28 Oct 2019 on TripAdvisor
I would 100% recommend chosing to stay with Chan for a few days. She is passionnate, caring and funny and you will discover a lot about the Hmong community. The guides of the family are warm and always leave the choice for the trek, whether you want it easy, difficult, with sight seeing... I wish her the best for her business that she bravely created from nothing and to her kind family!
Sandra Wilderoth
22 Oct 2019 on Facebook
We did a trek with Chan last saturday and to meet this guide was the highlight on our Sapa visit! She is funny, kind, caring and just wonderful! The weather was a bit rainy and Chan was honest and told us that the trek we had planned would probably have no sight. Instead she gave us new options and she was very responsive to our need. We avoided the tourist paths and got a genuine experience of Sapa's nature. Chan is also great at english and she explained both historical and cultural events in Sapa during our walk. In sum, our day couldn't have been better and that was all thanks to Chan!
D4436WSjanej, Vietnam
16 Oct 2019 on TripAdvisor
Today with misty weather trying to dampen the mood - we set off on a four hour trek. When we got out of the bus after 6km drive from Sapa town we were greeted by three very happy Tribal ladies. With perfect English they asked us our name age and where we were from. When I told them my age it transpires they were younger than I. 48-53 yrs. but they were fit young women from mountain living and natural nutrition. We had a happy chatty walk with our guide and the three ladies who made crafts in shape of hearts and horses from grasses reefs and flowers. When after 1 hour in their company they asked us to buy some of their hand made crafts. Yes it was expensive at $4 a bag, but the experience and company made up for it. . Our guide being from this tribe had explained they make the products up here and it’s a long walk to go down to city to sell. We passed a wedding preparation. A funeral celebration well into its party time and lots of wonderful children and farm animals on our journey. A trip well worth it, despite the cloud and fog coming down to spoil photo opportunities. But a memorable experience everyone should try if in Sapa

Sapa Hmong Family Trekking Adventures Policies

Sapa Hmong Family Trekking Adventures Policies

Strict Cancellation Policy
As Sapa Hmong Family Trekking Adventures pays for your trip’s logistics in advance, you can only cancel for free within 24 hours of your booking, provided that this is at least 2 weeks before your trip starts.
Change of Date
You may also change your trip date once up to 3 days before your trip starts. Any date change are subject to availability.

Other Things to Know

Other Things to Know

Packing list for the trip
Hat or Cap
Mosquito repellant
Raincoat
Sunglasses
Sunscreen (also when cloudy)
Trekking Shoes
Warm clothes for cold seasons
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