The best itinerary of Sapa homestay tour you can consider

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Area in Sapa where you can move around on foot with famous Sapa trekking tours. For example the Muong Hoa valley is about 30 km long and there are countless villages with ethnic village. The black Hmong, Red Dao and Tay ethnic minority prevail in these villages. The whole area around Sapa is suitable for trekking and homestay with ethnic residents.
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The itinerary of Sapa homestay tour you can refer

The best itinerary of Sapa homestay tour you can consider
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On the first day

You will have free time enjoy a free walk around this charming town, paying visit to Sapa market and the old cathedral where you can meet a lot of local ethnic minority peoples such as Black H’mong and Red Zao wearing their traditional colorful dresses selling their farming and gathering products and handicrafts for souvenir.

You then take a short hike on a path down the valley to Muong Hoa River and continue to trek to 2 other villages – Y Linh Ho and Lao Chai village. They are the villages of Black H’Mong people who immigrated from China about 300 years ago. You can find the traditional custom of them, especially their clothes. The women of Black H’mong are well-known for making cloth from hemp and dying it a deep indigo blue. The women usually wear long blouses decorated with batik flowers over short trousers and wrap long scarves around their legs. Besides, they wrap their long hair around their head and wear a blue turban. You also see the men wear long jackets with shirts, a long waistcoat embroidered and a small hat. However, to be more convenient, today some H’mong wear Viet or western clothes. It is easy to meet them in this clothes style. During the trekking route, you will enjoy the overall pictures of the villages among terraces and visit the H’mong people living in the wooden and bamboo houses.

Have lunch in a Black H’mong house, you can find other traditional customs, visit their house, enjoy the special food and do sightseeing around.

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In the afternoon, say goodbye the hosts, you will continue to trek to Ta Van village, which is the village of Zay minority. During the route, you will immerse in the stunning landscape and have a short rest in a trekking way. At the end of this day, you will reach this pretty village with the hospitality host. You have a chance to discover the rich cultural heritage of them, including many ancient tales, proverbs, poems, puzzles, alternating songs. Especially, the people will be recognized by the clothes. Women wear a five-paneled vest open at the sides and the buttons under the right armpit with the trousers. And they wear hair wound around the head or wind it in a turban. Zay men are simple, they wear the trousers, short vests with a turban around their heads.

You can go to restaurants to enjoy the dinner or you also enjoy the meal with the host as this is the best experience of sapa homestay tours

On the second day

Getting up early to enjoy the fresh atmosphere of this beautiful place. Having breakfast and prepare your luggage before saying goodbye the hosts.

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Today, you will have a trekking to Giang Ta Chai village which is the home of Red Dzao minority. You will trek in the paths between the majestic terraces; on the way, you will reach the silver waterfall and suspension Rattan Bridge. You will have a chance to meet the local people, interact with them and share the cultural experiences with their families. You can try once time to wear the traditional clothes of Red Dao women that are long blouse over trousers. Their clothes are colorfully embroidered with designs that appear on both sides of the material. The men typically wear a short shirt with long trousers, and a headscarf. Both men and women have a square piece of fabric on the back of their shirts which represents that they are children of God. Many women shave their eyebrows as well. Women also wear a distinctive red turban and red tassels.

You will continue along small paths in the terrace fields, cross the Muong Hoa river – the stunning river of Sapa and trek up to Su Pan village, which is the pretty village of Sapa. You can interact with the local people and visit a primary school of Su Pan commune. You can have a short rest during the route and have a picnic in the Red Dzao family or on the way come back to the pick-up point.

If you are looking for homestay tours in Sapa, visit our homestay in the beautiful Ta Van village, where you can enjoy nature, terraces and indigenous people:

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