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4 Day Non-Touristy Sapa Trek Vietnam

5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(1 customer review)

$335.00

The Sapa Trek Vietnam 4 days starts from Sapa, takes you to Seo Mi Ty, Den Thang, Ta Trung Ho, Nam Ngan, Nam Sang, Ban Sai, Nam Nhiu, Sin Chai, Nam Lang…

Trip Description & Day-by-day Itinerary

The Sapa Trek Vietnam 4 days starts from Sapa, takes you to Seo Mi Ty, Den Thang, Ta Trung Ho, Nam Ngan, Nam Sang, Ban Sai, Nam Nhiu, Sin Chai, Nam Lang…These hill tribe villages are the less visited in the area. The Sapa 4 days tour ends up in Lao Cai where you take the overnight train to get back to Hanoi.

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Sapa Trek Vietnam Itinerary

Day 1: Sapa – Seo Mi Ty – Den Thang – Ta Trung Ho.

Leaving Sapa at 08.30 for an hour road transfer about 24 km to Seo Mi Ty Village. Take some stops along the way for stunning scenery of Hoang Lien mountain range and Muong Hoa Valley. Start trekking from Seo Mi Ty valley with easy walk along a large path for 20 minutes downhill, passing through a small hamlet. And then the trek gets harder for 2 hours along a tougher which is a combination of lose rocks, steep dirt track and stream crossings, through re-grown forest to Den Thang village(from 1,548m to 1,294m). Walking to explore this isolated village for half an hour before lunch break. Afternoon trek is also downhill for most of the way about 2 hours from Den Thang to Ta Trung Ho suspension bridge (at 872m). The trail is tough plus two stream crossings which makes this part harder. Enjoy a short rest here before challenging 3 km uphill to home stay at a small Red Zao hamlet(at 984m).

Day 2: Ta Trung Ho – Nam Ngan – Nam Sang – Ban Sai.

Breakfast and trekking from home stay at 08.30. Morning trek is a real challenge along a narrow dirt trail which sneaks on steep hill sides from the height of 950m up to nearly 1,632m. Lunch break at the top of the mountain in the thick rain forest. Continue trekking after lunch along the same trail downhill for 1,5 hour through the rain forest of Hoang Lien National Park to Nam Ngan Village of the Red Zao(952m). Enjoy an easy walk to explore this quiet and charming village. Then following a larger dirt path for nearly 1 hour downhill to Nam Sang Village of the Xa Pho peoples(a sub group of Phu La group), whose population is only about 6,500 individuals and well maintained their traditional way of living. The last portion of the trail getting across the fairly flat bottom of Nam Sai valley to Ban Sai village of the Tay ethnic peoples(at 570m). Dinner and home stay in this village.

Day 3: Ban Sai – Nam Nhiu – Nam Than 2 – Sin Chai B.

Breakfast and leave Ban Sai at about 09.00 am. Trekking along a large & rocky path uphill to Nam Nhiu village of the Red Zao(870m) and then continue along a dirt path for 1,5 hour to Nam Than Village of the Red Zao and Black Hmong(865m). This portion of the trek offers stunning view of Nam Sai and Nam Cang Valleys as well as chances to understand life of tribal peoples in remotest region of Sapa. Leaving Nam Than for an hour through wild land dotting with terraced fields amongst mountain and rain forest…Lunch break. Continue trekking for 2, 5 hours in the afternoon along the same trail passing through the cultivated hilly land of Suoi Thau Commune to Sin Chai B Village of the Red Zao(733m). Check in home-stay, having a short rest and easy walk to explore this small and quiet village.

Day 4: Sin Chai B – Nam Lang A – Nam Lang B – Ta Thang – Lao Cai.

The trek today is long and hard including 2 descends and one long and steep ascend. Departure from home stay for a sharp descending in half an hour to the bottom of the valley( from 733m to 452m) and gradually uphill for nearly 2 hours to Nam Lang B(676m) and onto Nam Lang B(899m), the 2 village of the Red Zao. Paying visiting to some local homes before lunch break. Afternoon trek is much better along a large and rocky road on high elevation for ½ hour, slightly uphill to Ban Pho village of the Hmong, then gradually getting downhill to Nam Ket Village(532m) of the Red Zao and the Tay. From here the trek is much easier for nearly 2 hours to Ta Thang village. This portion offers wide view of the Red River valley which runs through the Bao Yen District. Trek ends at about 4.30pm at Ta Thang village, picked up and transfer by road nearly an hour to Lao Cai station. Trip ends here in late afternoon.


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Trip Summary Information

Style

Trekking

Duration

4 days

Start

Sapa

Places

Sapa

End

Lao Cai

Difficulty

Challenging

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  1. Elaine

    5 out of 5

    Well organised, and the tour guide was excellent both with his English & his knowledge & enthusiasm. Our Sapa trek was the highlight especially after walking through the H’mong village near Ta Van. The Muong Hoa Valley was also highlight.

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