Fully enjoy the most unique experience in Sapa for 2 days

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If trekking to Sapa sounds to be popped up in your mind after you contemplate the stunning pictures of towering mountaintops, cascading rice paddies, and wonderfully green plains, then let’s make it come true right now! Booking for two days of trekking is a marvelous idea at that time. Here are our suggestions on the points to experience during the two days of sightseeing Sapa.

Trekking in Sapa Mountains: Lost among flowers and rice terraces

Start your trekking tour of Sapa, explore the outstanding villages of Sapa, cross the beautiful Muong Hoa valley, meet and chat with local people here. Observing their daily activities, learn more about their traditional craft and culture. A number of outstanding villages you can refer.

Cat Cat Village

Another perfect spot for a trek Sapa tour is Cat Cat village – home to Black H’Mong ethnic locals. They live close to each other along the mountainside. Their main jobs are cultivation, making traditional handicrafts, as well as manipulating gold and silver jewelry. In fact, the road leading to the village is considered an easy and fascinating route for trekking, which is only within 20-30 minutes of walking from the Sapa town. Furthermore, the hike through mountains will bring adventurers the wonderful spectacle of waterfalls, rice paddies, or even green forests.

Y Linh Ho Village

Located 7 kilometers Southwest of Sapa center, Y Linh Ho village stands out as the next trekking spot for those who love peace and serenity as well as wishing to gain first-hand experiences of interacting with hill tribes, particularly the Black H’mong who majorly inhabit the area. The only way to reach the village is to go on foot, which means you have a chance to contemplate the charm of eye-catching valleys lying between mountains. Of course, the fresh and cool air does make the hiking route worth your time and effort.

Y Linh Ho is just a small commune where a lot of hamlets scatter through the tough mountainous terrains. The local ethnic people usually cultivate corn and rice on the steep hillsides as a way of earning their living. It is easy to notice them through their dark clothes in black and navy dyed with indigo. Don’t hesitate to visit an H’mong family and admire their wooden- and bamboo-styled house. Then, learn their daily activities and enjoy a meal with them. They are very friendly and sociable.

Ta Phin Village

From the Mong Sen village, you continue your trek tour ascending a dirt trail through the mountainous area. During the trek, it is quite possible to admire the prominent views over lush rice paddy terraces and great cornfields. After taking a short break for a lunch, you will then keep going hiking downhill toward Ta Phin where the Red Dao and Black H’mong minority people mostly make up the majority.

Coming to Ta Phin, a common sight you can catch up is the groups of Red Dao’s woman and girls gathering together, gossiping and laughing, as well as making embroidery with a lot of colorful reels of thread and cloths. The area has officially been known as the “brocade village” since 1998, where visitors from many parts of the world may see the distinctively handmade brocades from ethnic locals. That’s why a hike to Ta Phin brings you an opportunity to own one of the eye-catching products with numerous bright colors and patterns, such as scarf, purse, bag, skirt, coat and even backpack.

Homestay in Sapa: an unforgettable experience!

Touring to Sapa, home staying in the home of an ethnic minority family, eat traditional, refreshing and unique dishes will be some wonderful experience that you cannot forget when you come to this land. The homestay service in Sapa is very efficient; you can be assured of the hygiene of housing and food.

To view the journey in more detail, please visit: http://sapatoursfromhanoi.com/tour/sapa-easy-trekking-homestay-tour-2-days/

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