Route Map For Easy Trekking Tour In Sapa, Vietnam

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With its mountainous topography and the diversity of ethnic minorities, Sapa offers the best trekking experience. The breathtaking natural scenes and the deep understanding of the culture that awaits you will make for an unforgettable experience.

For a trekking trip throughout Sapa Vietnam, there are a lot of trails and routes that travelers can choose. Commonly, the trekking destinations will include villages of the minorities and natural sightseeing attractions. Here the best Sapa village easy trekking route in Sapa:

Route Map For Easy Trekking Tour In Sapa, Vietnam
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An easy trekking route will take you two days, bringing you a brief understanding of Sapa and its tribal residents while watching the stunningly beautiful natural vistas.

Day 1: Hanoi - Sapa town - Cat Cat village

Day 2: Y Linh Ho village - Lao Chai village - Ta Van village

Route Map For Easy Trekking Tour In Sapa, Vietnam 1
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Wandering around Sapa town and Cat Cat village in the first day. The road to Cat Cat is quite beautiful, you will go through the winding curves of the road, the two sides are terraced rice fields and houses. When walking down to Cat Cat, cross the sloping concrete slabs to the stone steps. Continue across the Si bridge to Cat Cat center, where the convergence of three streams: Tien Sa stream, Golden stream and Silver stream.

The second day start the journey is 5km along mountain trail to visit Y Linh Ho village which is inhabited by black Hmong tribe and completely secluded from tourists, especially you are able to embrace raw Sapa culture and community by coming into some native houses to discover their own culture and custom as well as study how the local tribe make handicraft from natural materials such as: hemp, indigo, ect. 

Route Map For Easy Trekking Tour In Sapa, Vietnam 2
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Continue to walk down to Muong Hoa River where you can take a rest or swim before trekking uphill to Lao Chai village where your picnic lunch will be served.

In Lao Chai Village and Ta Van Village, you will have a chance to enjoy the beautiful scenery around you, as well as having a great time with the local people. These two villages are surrounded by fresh rice paddy fields, making a great scene for photography. 

Besides, Lao Chai Village is where Black Hmong people live, so it will be a great experience for anyone who wants to know more about their daily lives. Their handicraft, clothes, indigos have been made in the traditional ways from then to now. 

In Ta Van Village, The Giay people live a colorful and bright life. Travelers can stay with the native family, have meals with them, sleep in their house and join with them to a Sapa market. In total, live like a real Giay!

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