From Hanoi: 2-Day 2-Night Sapa Tour by Overnight Train (SP2D3)
Learn about the cultures of the ethnic minorities living in the Sapa area
Trekking to Cat Cat villages and Lao Chai Ta Van
Admire the mountainous landscapes en route to Sapa
Enjoy the overnight train and the stunning view on the way to Lao Cai
From: 140 US$ Daily Tour
Day 0: From Hanoi Train Station to Lao Cai by Overnight train
At 21:00 our staff would meet you at Hanoi Railway station (120 Lê Duẩn street) where you board the Overnight train from Hanoi to Lao Cai.
Meet our staff. They'll help you to exchange the Physical train tickets for boarding your cabin. The train leaves at 22:00. Enjoy the night on the train and reach your destination in the next beautiful morning.

Day 1: Hanoi to Sapa and Short Trek (Lunch)
Meet your Driver at the train station then to Sapa at 06:00. Then, indulge in breakfast at your hotel before taking a walk around Sapa, visiting the market and old cathedral, and meet Black H’mong and Red Zao ethnic minorities selling handicrafts.
Enjoy a Vietnamese lunch and then trek through Cat Cat village for a duration of around 2 hours. Stop at local homes and engage with the community.
No dinner, as we would like you to have free time discovering Sapa in night time.

Day 2: Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai – Ta Van - Limousine back to Hanoi
Morning: Have breakfast in hotel. And then 6km of walking down to the south east of Sapa along the side of Muong Hoa valley to Y Linh Ho village of the Black H’mong. Continue on 2km of trekking down to Lao Chai village of the H’mong.
Walk through terraced rice fields to Ta Van village of the Dzay minority people. It gives you a worth chance for you to learn about the local house architecture which is full of their daily life styles and exclusive custom. Enjoy the landscapes and have lunch.
Afternoon: around 14:00 you’ll be back and pack your things. Say good bye and preapre to leave Sapa, get on the limousine back to Hanoi at 14.30.
Evening: around 21:00 drop off at your hotel in Hanoi. End of tour!
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