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Our tours/ trekkings

Our tours/ trekkings

Option 1: Easy

In this trip, our guests trek 8 to 10 kilometers per day. It includes lunch, water, a private guide and car pick-up at your hotel (if applicable). We do some walking on roads and some on mountain foot (or buffalo!) paths.

Tour guide Lang posing with buffalos

It is possible to do day trips on consecutive days. Each day we will pick you up and take you to a different group of villages!

Our easy treks stop in many amazing places. One is Cat Cat village, where you will learn how H’mong people make hemp clothing and hand-dyed indigo fabrics. Another is Sin Chai village, where you learn about the traditional architecture of the Black H’mong ethnic group. A third is Ban Ho village, where people live in traditional stilt houses and there is a natural hot spring and a waterfall where you can swim.

Learn weaving in Ta Van village

During your easy trek, you also have the option of taking a workshop on traditional sewing and indigo dyeing. For an extra $20 you can even make your own clothing in the local style!

Option 2: Intermediate

This trip features two to five days of walking and homestays, meals, a private guide and a pick-up at your hotel (if you need one). We trek about 10 to 15 kilometers per day, and most of the walking is on mountain foot paths.

H'mong village

The best thing about the medium trek is you will be able to see the differences between many ethnic minority groups, including Black H’mong, Red Dao, Tay and Zay. You will see how each group has a unique style of food, architecture and traditional dress. And at night, you can learn how to cook their traditional dishes.

One highlight of this tour is Ta Phin. This village of Red Dao people is about 17 kilometers from Sapa town. It is famous for its natural oils and its caves. One of the caves has a tunnel that is 400 meters long.

Red Dao in Ta Phin village

Sewing and dyeing classes are available, and you have the option of visiting our fruit orchard. Something is always growing!

Option 3: Difficult

This trip includes two to five days of walking and homestays, meals, a private guide and a pick-up at your hotel (if you need one). We trek about 15+ kilometers per day, and the walking is on mountain paths and through jungles.

Walking through jungles

This trip is only for people in good physical shape. But it is very fun! We trek as far as 60 kilometers from Sapa town to find jungle trails that few tourists know. Part of the trip passes through Hoang Lien National Park, where some of our luckiest guests have seen wild monkeys. You also have the option of visiting our fruit orchard on one day of your trek.

On your difficult trek we will visit Seo Trung village, which has the nicest waterfall in the Sapa area. In summertime, you can swim near the waterfall.

Lang explains about local life in the village

We also stop in Seo Mity, a very remote H’mong village and one of the highest villages in Vietnam. It lies at more than 2,000 meters above sea level and 400 meters above Sapa Town. To get there, we have to cross four mountains!

Our prices

Easy trek Day Tour*

One day tour only
  • ONE GUEST: $39
  • TWO OR THREE GUESTS: $35
  • FOUR TO SIX GUESTS: $25
  • SEVEN TO TEN GUESTS: $20
*All quotes are daily rates per person

Intermediate trek including overnight homestay*

  • ONE GUEST: $45
  • TWO OR THREE GUESTS: $39
  • FOUR TO SIX GUESTS: $35
  • SEVEN TO TEN GUESTS: $30
*All quotes are daily rates per person

Difficult trek including overnight homestay*

  • ONE GUEST: $65
  • TWO OR THREE GUESTS: $55
  • FOUR TO SIX GUESTS: $40
  • SEVEN TO TEN GUESTS: $35
*All quotes are daily rates per person

Price includes, one private guide per group, entrance fee, food (1D=1 Lunch, 2D1N= 2 Lunch/1 Breakfast/1 Dinner, e.t.c), normal homestay (not incl. in 1-day treks), transportation back to Sapa after the trek and all taxes. Price don't include transportation to/from Sapa, insurances or beverages. Guest take part in our trekkings are expected to have their own travel/health insurance.

Prices are valid until 31/12/2018