Northern Mountain Nature Beauty of Vietnam - 7 Days Tour
Price: US$ 690 (included taxes & service charge)
Routes: Hanoi - Sapa - Ha Giang - Tuyen Quang - Bac Kan - Ba Be
Duration: 7 days/6 nights
Group size: 2 - 16 people
Depart from: Hanoi
Return to: Hanoi
Specialty Categories: Cultural Journey - National Parks
The stunning scenery of Northern Mountain Area of Vietnam as well as its Hilltribe people will touch your spirit as soon as you land the area. You will quickly find yourself how enjoyable to be in the colourful market in Sapa with all of its lively activities.
The tour will continue with discovery one of the most famous step fields in Asia and stone highland in Ha Giang as well as its friendly and full of hospitality people.
Highlights: Sapa with markets and local villages trecking, Ha Giang with its step fields and stone highland, Ba Be Lake.
Day 1: Hanoi - Nghia Lo - Tu Le (B/L/D)
Depart 8am morning from Hanoi. Passing Son Tay town and visit Duong lam Ancient village. Follow highway 32 to Suoi Giang tea farm and Hmong village. Continue to Nghia Lo town, and then Tu Le valley stop in some Hmong, Dzao villages on the way. Arrived in Tu Le, walk to a hill tribe village near by in the remote and less tourist area. Stay overnight in a guesthouse. Overnight in Tu Le
Day 2: Tu Le - Mu Cang Chai - Than Uyen - Binh Lu - Sa Pa (B/L/D)
Morning drive in the area of Vietnam Heritage for Rice Terraces in Mu Cang Chai visits a Hmong village. Than drive along Nam Kim River and rice terraces on the way to Than Uyen, stop visit a Thai village. Continue passing the highland behind the FanSi Pang mountain and meet different other ethnics. Star to go up the Hoang Lien the highest pass of Vietnam in a side of the National Park, passing Forest Ranger Station, Silver waterfall and arrived in Sapa. Overnight in Sa Pa.
Day 3: Lao Cai - Sa Pa - Ethnic Villages Ta Van, Cat Cat (B/L/D)
After breakfast drive 8 km to trek in Lao Chai, Ta Van villages. Passing suspension bridge and turn to the Town for lunch. Continue visit Cat Cat, Sin Chai villages on the down hill of the town which facing to Fansipang Vietnam’s highest mountain. Overnight in Sa Pa.
Day 4: Sa Pa - Mountain Market - Bac Ha (B/L/D)
Morning after breakfast in town drive to visit Weekly market of colorful dressed mountain hill tribe; continue to Bac Ha town check in the Hotel. Note: Weekly Markets on Sunday in Bac Ha, Muong Hum; Saturday in Can cau; Tuesday in Coc Ly; Wednesdays in Lung Khau Nhin. Overnight in Bac Ha.
Day 5: Bac Ha - Lung Phin - Coc Pai market - Hoang Su Phi - Thong Nguyen (B/L/D)
Morning drive in the mountain bumpy road to Coc Pai, with spectacular view of mountains, valleys, rice terraces, pretty waterfalls. Stop in Coc Pai market of Pa Di, Hmong, Dzao. Continue mountain snaked road with many hill tribe village, famous rice terraces landscape on the way to Thong Nguyen. Check in the mountain Resort. Overnight in Ha Giang.
Day 6: Thong Nguyen - Ban Bang waterfall - Tuyen Quang - Ba Be (B/L/D)
Drive on high way 2 turn to road 176 to Ban Bang. Arrived in Ban Bang village, admire and walk along pure, untouched, primitive waterfall a new discovered in the North. Enjoy the water fall and walk to Tay house on stills village nearby. Lunch en rout. Afternoon drive to Ba Be national park, take the boat trip cruise passing Puong cave, visit Dau dang waterfall, and continue the boat cruise on the Lake of Three - Lakes. Check in the National park Hotel. Overnight in Ba Be.
Day 7: Ba Be - Hanoi (B/L)
Morning: walk on the lake side through the forest visit Tay Village of house on still. Drive back to Hanoi on highway 3 passing Thai Nguyen City and visit Ethnology museum. Back in Hanoi. Overnight in Ha Noi.
Package price: US$ 690/person ( Minimum 2person)
Accommodation in 3 stars hotel in Sapa and the best standard accommodation in other places
English speaking guide during the trip
Air-condition Car/minivan during the trip
Boat trip in Ba Be Lake
Full Board except for last day: breakfast and lunch
International Flight to and from Vietnam
Visa to Vietnam
Services not include in the Tour Itinerary.