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Sapa Discovery at Daily Weekend 2Days/3Nights


Our Car & Tourguide will pick you up from your hotel in Hanoi at 8:00 pm. Transfer to Hanoi Railway Station then take the night train to Lao Cai - Sapa. We will arrange the First Class Train Ticket. Sleep well on the Train.

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Discover Sapa Town & Bac Ha Market at Daily Weekend


Sapa is famed for its Love Market – sort of a cross between a peacock mating ritual, a Middle Eastern arms bazaar, an Amish square dance, a bad Pavarotti concert and Bangkok’s Patpong (except here the people wear clothes). On Saturday nights, hill tribe youths of both sexes congregate in a weekly courting rite, singing tribal versions of Loretta Lynn love songs to woo the opposite sex.

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Discover Sapa - Bac Ha Market - “I love Sapa”


The minority people can only yield one crop of rice annually, which leads to food shortfalls in many communes at specific times. This shortage of food contributes to malnutrition and other related health problems. The climatic conditions also contribute to many health issues including coughs, colds, and bronchial and respiratory problems that are commonplace throughout the community.

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The Best Sapa Tour Daily Travel 3Nights/2Days


The train arrives at the Lao Cai train station at approximately 6 am. There will be a vehicle waiting to transfer us to Sapa. The drive to Sapa is only 33 km, but it takes around 1.5 hours. Once at Sapa, we will check into the Hotel in Sapa, and have time to freshen up, and have breakfast at Local restaurant or at hotel in Sapa Town.

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Sapa Adventure Travel Homestay 5Nights/4Days


The trek brings you upper mountain range of Sapa, overlook down to its valley. Our local guide will prepare lunch in a local house while you walk around the village to meet local people and visit catholic church. After lunch the local guide takes you back to Sapa on different way, which goes further to the other side of the mountain.

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Sapa adventure – trekking Tour 2Days/3Nights


7.am Arrive Lao Cai station. Pick up at Lao Cai station then transfer to Sapa. Check in hotel and then, trek to Cat Cat and Sin Chai villages of H’mong tribe. Enjoy the waterfall in Cat Cat and beautiful scenery along the way. Lunch time at Sapa town and visit Ham Rong Mountain-

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Sapa Adventure Tour 4Nights/3Days


Have breakfast and take a shower in the hotel before the trip starts. Trek down to Lao Chai village to visit the Black H’mong. Have a picnic lunch on the way then keep on going along the valley to get to Ta Van village where Dzay people live. Then overnight in a local family.

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Sapa - Bac Ha Market - Can Cau Market


The Sunday market in Bac Ha is where you’ll want to stock up on water buffalo, pigs and horses. Once you’re all set, you can browse for bottles of local firewater (made from rice, cassava or corn) or handicrafts made by some of the 10 Montagnard groups living near here - Flower Hmong, Dzao, Giay (Nhang), Han (Hoa), Xa Fang, Lachi, Nung, Phula, Thai and Thu lao.

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Sapa - Ban Ho - Nam Tong Villages


Sapa, a former French hill resort and home to some of Vietnem’s most colorful ethnic groups in the northwestern. Sapa is a wonderful place in Asia and and is a magical combination of landscapes, ethnic cultures and bracing mountain air. There are excellent areas for hiking through lush mountain valleys to the remote villages of different minorities of Black H’mong, Red Dzao, Dzay and Tay

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Bac Ha Market - Coc Ly Market - Homestay


The Sunday market in Bac Ha is where you’ll want to stock up on water buffalo, pigs and horses. Once you’re all set, you can browse for bottles of local firewater (made from rice, cassava or corn) or handicrafts made by some of the 10 Montagnard groups living near here - Flower Hmong, Dzao, Giay (Nhang), Han (Hoa), Xa Fang, Lachi, Nung, Phula, Thai and Thu Lao.

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Hanoi - Halong Bay - Sapa 7Days/6 Nights


Sapa, a former French hill resort and home to some of Vietnem’s most colorful ethnic groups in the northwestern. Sapa is a wonderful place in Asia and and is a magical combination of landscapes, ethnic cultures and bracing mountain air. There are excellent areas for hiking through lush mountain valleys to the remote villages of different minorities of Black H’mong, Red Dzao, Dzay and Tay

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Sapa - Hanoi - Halong Bay 7Days/6Nights


Most Vietnamese and Westerners are familiar with the phrase “Ha Noi ba muoi sau Pho Phuong” or “Ha Noi 36 districts”. This phrase often causes much confusion for most people since, on the one hand Pho means a street or a place for merchants to gather to do business, on the other hand Phuong means a district or a guild of artisans specializing in a particular trade (phuong cheo, phuong tho, etc.). In any case, there is some truth to the use of both descriptions.

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Sapa - Bac Ha Market by night Train


The Sunday market in Bac Ha is where you’ll want to stock up on water buffalo, pigs and horses. Once you’re all set, you can browse for bottles of local firewater (made from rice, cassava or corn) or handicrafts made by some of the 10 Montagnard groups living near here - Flower Hmong, Dzao, Giay (Nhang), Han (Hoa), Xa Fang, Lachi, Nung, Phula, Thai and Thu lao.

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Sapa Adventure Tour 4Days (Homestay)


Sapa, a former French hill resort and home to some of Vietnem’s most colorful ethnic groups in the northwestern. Sapa is a wonderful place in Asia and and is a magical combination of landscapes, ethnic cultures and bracing mountain air. There are excellent areas for hiking through lush mountain valleys to the remote villages of different minorities of Black H’mong, Red Dzao, Dzay and Tay.

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Sapa –Bac Ha Market 4Days


A tour to northern mountainous areas: Sapa and Bac Ha, seeing typical northern highland & ethnic groups of Vietnam! The most atractive adventure tour in the north of Vietnam! Welcome to Sapa Bac Ha market Adventure Tour Holiday!

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Fansipan Climbing 5Days


Fansipan climbing is for some one who don’t mind taking adventures and fit to
climb 9 hours a day, copping with some steep slops and cliffs, snakes and wild insects, overnight in camp for several days.

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