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Sapa - Bac Ha Market (3 days 4 nights)

Sapa - Bac Ha Market (3 days 4 nights)

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Bac Ha is one of the gems of Vietnam’s north. At a lower altitude than Sapa, it’s not as spectacularly beautiful but it’s still scenic and also much less touristy. The real draw to Bac Ha is...

Detail Itinerary Hanoi - Sapa - Bac Ha Market tour 3 days 4 nights:


Night 1 (Thursday night): 

You will be picked up at your hotel about 9PM then car transfer to the bus/train station. Overnight on the sleeping bus/train

Day 1 (Friday): Sapa/Lao Cai - Sapa (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

06.00: Our guide meets you at Bus/train station to Hotel in Sapa. Arriving in Sapa mid – morning, you’ll check in the hotel (get early check in if possible) and have  breakfast 
13.00: After lunch, our guide takes you to visit two Black H’mong villages and a waterfall. There you’ll have a chance to see the hydroelectric power station built be the French. Then we’ll be back to Sapa for dinner. In the evening, you’re free to do as you wish, you can explore the town of Sapa and we highly recommend a stop at the Love Market ( only on Saturday night)

Day 2 (Saturday): Sapa (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

07.00: After breakfast, our guide takes you to the villages populated by H’mong and Dzao people, respectively called Lao Chai and Ta Van
11.00: You’ll have lunch either with an ethnic minority family or on the way to Giang Ta Chai village where most of the inhabitants are Red Dzao
18.00: Return to Sapa, the evening is all yours. We highly recommend you a stop at the Love Market ( only on Saturday night)

Day 3 (Sunday): Sapa - Bac Ha - Hanoi (Breakfast, Lunch)

08.00: Following breakfast, you’ll depart Sapa for Bac Ha to visit the vivid, colorful minority market. You’ll have 3 hours to stroll around the unique Flower H’mong village and Bac Ha market before coming back to Sapa
12.00: You’ll have lunch either with an ethnic minority family
PM: Free time visit Sapa town
Bus/ Train pick up come back to Hanoi at 21.00.  Arrival in Hanoi around 4.00 am on Monday morning

INCLUSIVE:

- Car & Transportation 
- English speaking guide.
- Train ticket: Soft lay down cabin 6 berths sharing
- Hotel in Sapa
- Meals as mentioned on itinerary.
- Entrance fees.
- Service charge.

EXCLUSIVE:

- Drink
- Insurance
- Visa
- Personal expense, tips & gratuities

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