Destinations: This tour takes you through the Sapa valley with its amazing scenery of mountains and rice paddy fields as far as the eye can see. You will start from Sapa by cycling along the newly built dirt road, which will bring you to the Black Hmong village of Su Pan. After a short break here, you will pass through the Black Hmong village to the Tay ethnic minority village of Ban Ho village While your cook is preparing a delicious lunch, you will have time to explore the village and soon you will find out that things are not done in the way you are used to know
Day1 Sapa-Binh lu (Tam Duong) -Na tam villages (B/L)
You will commence on the trip from Sapa going uphill to the Silver Waterfall. From here you will cycle up to Heavens Gate, the highest stretch of road in Vietnam. Here you will experience the stunning views across the valley. You will then travel by bicycle downhill to Binh Lu, where you will have lunch. In Binh Lu you will be able to visit the local market. From Binh Lu it is also possible to take one additional hour on the bike and one hour of walking to visit a remote village inhabited by the Red Dao minority. After a long day of activity, adventure and of course a fantastic nature experience it is time for the car to take you back to Sapa.
Tours Code:SMT-TH 3
Duration: 1Nights - 1 Days
Daily bike gives you many health benefits. The bike tour in Sapa is not only give you health benefits but also bring to you a real journey of discovery to
A former French hill station, located in the middle of the break taking landscapes in the north of Vietnam, Sapa is one of the most wonderful places in Asia and is a magical combination of landscapes, ethnic cultures and bracing mountain air. Sapa is the common one of several minority tribes such as Black H'Mong, Red DZao. It is where you find the beauty of nature in valleys, mountains, streams, water falls and the warmly welcome of the ethnic people. Come to Sapa to enjoy the sceneries and explore daily activities of the tribal people.
Sapa is located at the foothills of Vietnam's northern mountain range at an altitude of 1, 600 metres. In the early 20th century, the French took advantage of Sapa's cool climate, developing it into a summer retreat from the heat and humidity of Hanoi. At that time, there were more French people living in Sapa than Vietnamese. Today, Sapa retains its European feel, largely because of the remnants of French buildings, gardens and roads that populate this alpine city. Sapa was originally home to the Black Hmong ethnic minorities. With the arrival of the French and, more recently, the growth of tourism, many of the hill tribes have moved away from Sapa's city centre into the surrounding hill country. Still, ethnic minorities often come to Sapa's main market to sell weavings and artwork. Sapa has become a destination for travelers seeking adventure. It is a staging point for trekking at Fansipan Moutain, Vietnam's highest mountain, and for motorcycle trips into the wild hill country. Extended treks to visit villages of minority tribes are also available
Duration:4 days -3 Nights
This 3-day mountain bike trip takes you through beautiful countryside and intriguing villages. You will have the opportunity to observe the local minority communities at work, tending their fields in the shadow of the Chay river massif. The overnight stays in Bac Ha will give you the chance to explore the villages and visit the local market. From Bac Ha you can also visit the Can Cau market, crossing the Chay River by boat to the Bao Nhai village, where a variety of local minority groups can be found.