After breakfast at the homestay, we will start a new day with another amazing trek. We will continue strolling through the rice paddies, where you can take some beautiful photos of the surrounding scenery. Then, we will hike through the bamboo forest and take a break for a panoramic view of Giang Ta Chai hamlet, home of the Red Dao people.
The trekking distance is about 4 km, lasting for 2 hours. We will return to Sapa town by bus for a welcome drink, lunch with delicious Vietnamese dishes, and check-in procedures.
We will then visit Cat Cat village, home to the Black H’mong ethnic group, where our local guide will show us the villagers’ everyday activities, and we will travel down to the valley bottom to the waterfall, where we will take a break to make photos with the bridge and waterfall.
We will return to Sapa in the afternoon to have dinner and stay overnight at the hotel.
Day 3: Sapa – Hanoi (B, L)
After breakfast at the hotel, you will have free time to discover Sapa town by yourself until 12:00 pm. We will then have lunch and leisure time before meeting all group members at the hotel to get ready for Hanoi at 1:30 pm.
We will arrive at the Bus Station in Hanoi around 8:30 pm – 9:00 pm, where the trip ends.
- Please note that a tour guide is not available on the sleeping bus Ha Noi – Sapa and Sapa – Ha Noi.
- If you do not want to finish the long trek on the 1st day, we can arrange a motorbike to pick you up.
What to Bring:
We recommend bringing warm clothes, scarf, hat, and cap because the weather in Sapa is unpredictable. It is normally cold in September, October, November, December, January, February, and March. Due to the altitude of Sapa, it is sometimes foggy in December, January, February, and March. Additionally, trekking shoes, sunglasses, sun cream, and insect repellent are necessary.