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Sapa - Bac Ha Market Tour 3 Days

Sapa - Bac Ha Market Tour 3 Days - Bac Ha, Vietnam

Duration: 3 days
Location: Bac Ha, Vietnam

From USD
$204.00

This 3-day Sapa – Bac Ha market brings you closer to the ethnic community dwelling at the foot of “the Roof of Indochina”. Trek to explore the villages of the Tay, Hmong, Dao and Day – the majority inhabitants of the northwest ... More info ›

This 3-day Sapa – Bac Ha market brings you closer to the ethnic community dwelling at the foot of “the Roof of Indochina”. Trek to explore the villages of the Tay, Hmong, Dao and Day – the majority inhabitants of the northwest. Interact with them, see how they live, wear and trade in a local market that is full of curiosities.

Itinerary

Day 1: Hanoi - night train to Lao Cai - Bac Ha

Pass By: Orient Express Train Hanoi – Sapa, Hanoi 100000 Vietnam
Depart on a northbound train for Lao Cai which is home to the well-known town of Sapa. Covering a distance of roughly 300km, this train ride is very popular with foreign visitors who decide to give railway travel in Vietnam a shot. It is an overnight leg and you will arrive at Lao Cai Train Station early in the morning of the next day.

Overnight in shared cabin (4 berths). 

Pass By: Bac Ha Market, Bac Ha 330000 Vietnam
Upon arrival, embark on a drive to Bac Ha – a small and quiet village located a hundred kilometers to the northeast of Lao Cai.

Stop At: Bac Ha Market, Bac Ha 330000 Vietnam
Hike through the village’s rice terraces and streams and visit little far-fetched villages of Thai Rang Pho and La Lo – home to the Tay and Black Hmong.

End of the day, settling in a family of the Tay ethnic group. 

In the evening, have dinner with a Tay family, a privileged moment to be friends and observe their lifestyle.

Overnight at your host’s house.
Duration: 5 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at homestay

Day 2: Bac Ha – Sapa

Stop At: Bac Ha Market, Bac Ha 330000 Vietnam
Pay a visit to the weekly market attended by local minorities around Bac Ha. The location of the market is rotated during the week, Tuesday at Coc Ly, Wednesday at Sin Cheng, Saturday at Can Cau, Sunday at Muong Khuong or Bac Ha. 

Observe how each ethnic trade and the commodities they bring to the market. Visit the livestock market where people buy and sell oxen, horses, dogs and cats.
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Ta Phin Village, Ta Phin, Sapa Vietnam
Afternoon, transfer to Sapa – the former French holiday resort, home to Hmong, Dzao and Dzay ethnic minority.

Trek to Ma Tra village of black Hmong. Unlike other hamlets of Hmong scattered on the hills, it's located in a small valley. Women, girls and children often gather in the center of Ma Tra to embroider, chat or play. Artichokes are grown in the area.

Continue to Ta Phin village of red Dzao, famous for their medicinal herbs. Overnight at the hotel in Sapa.
Duration: 4 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
Accommodation included: Overnight at hotel in Sapa

Day 3: Sapa – Lao Cai – Hanoi

Stop At: Ta Van Village, Sapa 330000 Vietnam
In the morning, trek through beautiful landscapes along the valley of Muong Hoa Valley which is located to the southwest of Sapa, at the foot of Mountain Fanxipan.

Drop by the villages populated by the local ethnics – Black Hmong’s Y Linh Ho and Lao Chai and Day’s Ta Van to observe them in labor and in daily life.
Duration: 4 hours

Pass By: Orient Express Train Hanoi – Sapa, Hanoi 100000 Vietnam
Return to Lao Cai in the afternoon. 

Board the overnight train to Hanoi. 

End of your Sapa – Bac Ha market tour.

Meals included:
• Breakfast
No accommodation included on this day.

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Sapa, Bac Ha Market Tour - 1 Day Tour

Sapa, Bac Ha Market Tour - 1 Day Tour - Bac Ha, Vietnam

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Bac Ha, Vietnam

From USD
$33.00

We pick up you from your hotel in Sapa at 7am to go to the largest Flower Hmong market in Northern Vietnam at Bac Ha which is held on Sundays. The market is a 110km drive so the early start is essential ... More info ›

We pick up you from your hotel in Sapa at 7am to go to the largest Flower Hmong market in Northern Vietnam at Bac Ha which is held on Sundays. The market is a 110km drive so the early start is essential. Your private tour guide will be with you every step of the way to make sure you have a memorable day. The market is alive with the bright colours and extravagant costumes of the local people, here you will meet Flower Hmong (Red Hmong), Black Dao, Tay, Nung, La Chi, Phu La and other tribal groups who come from far and wide to buy and sell a wide variety of goods and livestock, to exchange news and to renew friendships. In the past the market was a centre for trading horses but now that motorbikes have replaced them it is more common to see buffalo, cows, goats, fish and other livestock being traded. The market opens at around 7.30am and closes mid-afternoon.

Itinerary
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Stop At: Quang Truong Square, Sapa 330000 Vietnam

We pick up you from your hotel in Sapa at 7am as the market is 110km away so an early start is essential. The private tour is by car or mini bus depending on the number of guests booked.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Bac Ha Market, Bac Ha 330000 Vietnam

At the market you will meet Flower Hmong (Red Hmong), Black Dao, Tay, Nung, La Chi, Phu La and other tribal groups who come from far and wide to buy and sell a wide variety of goods and livestock, to exchange news and to renew friendships. In the past the market was a centre for trading horses but now that motorbikes have replaced them it is more common to see buffalo, cows, goats, fish and other livestock being traded.

Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Bắc Hà Homestay, Bản Phố, Bắc Hà District, Lao Cai, Vietnam

We drive to Ban Pho where you can walk around the village where Flower Hmong, Tay and Nung tribes live. The village is beautiful as is the Ban Pho valley worthy of a photo or two. Take your time as we have an hour here to soak it all in.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Quang Truong Square, Sapa 330000 Vietnam

Driving back to Sapa and drop off point of your choosing. Arriving at around 5pm.

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Witness the beauties of North West Vietnam - Private tour

Witness the beauties of North West Vietnam - Private tour - Bac Ha, Vietnam

Duration: 5 days
Location: Bac Ha, Vietnam

From USD
$241.00

Travel through Northwest Vietnam amongst its breath taking mountainous landscapes and colourful hillside tribes. This itinerary takes you on a tour through enchanting valleys and towering mountains to remote villages, cascading waterfalls and traditional mountain markets...

Meet mountain tribal groups: Muong, Thai, H'mong, Dzao, Zay, Laotian, Lu
Stunning mountain landscapes, amazing rice terraces in Mu Cang Chai and Sapa
Traditional mountain market in Bac Ha
Homestay experience

Itinerary

Day 1: Visit tea plantation, Muong & Thai culture

Stop At: QL37, P.Đồng Tâm, Thành phố Yên Bái, Yên Bái, Vietnam
8:00 AM: Meet tour guide and driver at your hotel in Hanoi and transfer to Muong Lo via Thanh Son ... More info ›

Travel through Northwest Vietnam amongst its breath taking mountainous landscapes and colourful hillside tribes. This itinerary takes you on a tour through enchanting valleys and towering mountains to remote villages, cascading waterfalls and traditional mountain markets...

Meet mountain tribal groups: Muong, Thai, H'mong, Dzao, Zay, Laotian, Lu
Stunning mountain landscapes, amazing rice terraces in Mu Cang Chai and Sapa
Traditional mountain market in Bac Ha
Homestay experience

Itinerary

Day 1: Visit tea plantation, Muong & Thai culture

Stop At: QL37, P.Đồng Tâm, Thành phố Yên Bái, Yên Bái, Vietnam
8:00 AM: Meet tour guide and driver at your hotel in Hanoi and transfer to Muong Lo via Thanh Son. Muong Lo is known as one of the four most important fertile valleys of the north west (Muong Thanh in Dien Bien Phu, Muong Tac in Phu Yen and Muong Than in Than Uyen) in which the Thai ethnic group predominates. The village consists of hundreds of houses on wooden stilts and Thai people cultivate the water rice. Drive to the national road number 32 along the black river (Da River) one of the most important rivers in the northwest.

In Thanh Son, we will make a stop to visit the green tea plantation hill then walk through the stilt-house villages. It belongs to the Muong ethnic group, considered as Authentic Viet. The Muong ethnic group is one of few communities in the north that is immune to Chinese influence.

Arrive in Nghia Lo, walk or bike around the Thai village to discover the beautiful rice field valley and hamlets that still preserve the authentic houses on stilts and meet the friendly locals.

Note: For more interacting with local people and authentic experience, we invite you stay at homestay with basic equipment: clean mattress, pillow, mosquito net, blankets, outside WC and hot water shower but hotel service is also available, please contact us to get good advises.
Duration: 5 hours

Meals included:
• Lunch
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Nghia Lo Homestay

Day 2: The best of terrace in Mu Cang Chai, La Pan Tan, Tu Le, immersing into Thai, Dao, Dzay culture

Stop At: Mu Cang Chai, National Road 32, Yen Bai 320000 Vietnam
Enjoy breakfast then visit a local market in Nghia Lo then transfer to Mu Cang Chai via Tu Le. Mu Cang Chai is well known for its marvelous rice terrace widely considered as the most beautiful in the world. In 2007, Che Cu Nha, De Su Phinh and La Pan Tan were recognized as outdoor masterpieces on the list of national heritage.

At the exit of Nghia Lo, you will cross the hilly region populated by the Zao ethnic group on the hills and the Zay in the valley. Stop for a chance to take photos and meet the local people on the way.

Arrive in Tu Le. It is possible to trek to the valley where Thai people live in houses on stilts and have some unusual encounters that allow you to immerse yourself into the authentic local life. In the afternoon, continue to Khau Pha pass which offers you a splendid panoramic view of the valley of rice terraces.

Then the car will take you to La Pan Tan which is a legendary route for photographers. You will admire the gorgeous rice terrace masterpieces created by the Hmong peasant artists from generation to generation. Enjoy the majestic landscape and follow the route from La Pan Tan to Mam Xoi. End of the day check in your accommodation.
Duration: 3 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Mu Cang Chai homestay

Day 3: Easy trek in Na Tam, visit Laotain & Lu people

Stop At: Lai Châu Stations, Đường 30/4, Tam Đường, Thị xã Lai Châu, Lai Châu, Vietnam
After breakfast, transfer to Than Uyen, one of the Thai rice valleys. The splendid landscape of rice terraces in Mu Cang Chai will follow you along the way to Than Uyen. Before turning right to Sapa, we will make a stop to visit Na Tam Village where the Laotian and Lu people live. This is a beautiful, tranquil landscape. Traditionally, the local women are distinguished by black teeth and indigo colored clothing encrusted with silver pieces. Take a 2 hour hike through the river, villages, rice fields, and hills and meet the locals.

Meet our driver for a transfer to Sapa, crossing Hoang Lien Son pass (O Quy Ho pass). This is the longest and highest pass in Vietnam, 54km in length and 2047m in height. Stop to relax at the top of the pass and soak up the grandiose landscape. This is also a great place for photos. Arrive in Sapa, a town discovered by the French in 1903, in the afternoon. With a temperate climate, Sapa became an attraction for holidaymakers because of its beautiful rice valley, splendid mountain range and the diversity of minority tribes such as Black Hmong, Red Zao and the Zay ethnics.

Note: Stop at the heaven gate for panoramic landscapes pictures when the weather is good
Duration: 5 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
Accommodation included: Overnight at Sapa Elegance Hotel

Day 4: Trek through rice terrace in Muong Hoa valley, visit H'mong, Dzay people, transfer to Bac Ha

Stop At: Sapa Town Square, 54 Cầu Mây, TT. Sa Pa, Sa Pa, Lào Cai 333320, Vietnam
8:00 AM: Meet tour guide and enjoy 5km scenic transfer to the west of town. We will start a full day of trekking from Y Linh Ho village. Follow the path downhill, interact with the friendly H’mong ladies and children who live in houses nestled in the valley. Enjoy a bit of relaxation at the cable-bridge with the harmony and beauty of the surrounding nature. If you are sportive and adventurous, follow the uphill trek along the buffalo path with breathtaking views and less tourists. For those looking for an easy trek, embark on a leisurely stroll along the Muong Hoa River.

Direct to Lao Chai village. Turn on a small path crossing the rice field to a small hamlet. Have a specialvisit to grandma who is the only craftsman left in the community, traditionally using beeswax for decoration to make the unique Hmong’s indigo clothing. It is also great chance to learn about their daily life and culture.

Continue to Ta Van village, the charming land of the Dzay people, well located on the hill with amazing views of river, rice terraces and Hoang Lien Son Mountain range. As you leisurely walk, meet villagers who kindly to invite you visit their homes.

Have lunch at local restaurant then transfer back to Bac Ha via Thanh Kim, Thanh Phu, enjoy stunning views of mountain, river and hydropower lakes along the way. Located at an altitude of 1000m, Bac Ha is home to several ethnic groups such as the colorful Hmong, Phu La and Tay. Bac Ha region is well known for its weekly, colorful markets surrounded by wild and beautiful scenery. The markets are not only for the exchange of goods but it has also been for the cultural exchange of the ethnic groups for centuries.

Note: Good trekking shoes, if arrival to Bac Ha early, you may have a short walking tour in town.
Duration: 3 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Bac Ha homestay

Day 5: Typical mountain market, explore Bac Ha & drive back Hanoi

Stop At: Bac Ha Market, Bac Ha 330000 Vietnam
7:00 AM: Start to explore Bac Ha, it is possible to visit a colorful, ethnic market (Coc Ly market on Tuseday, Bac Ha market on Sunday, Can Can market on Saturday). Enjoy the striking atmosphere with so many goods such as vegetables, poultry, horses and buffalos while capturing many minority groups in their best colorful clothing of the week. After visiting the market, take a walk through some idyllic ethnic villages, which is a typical Bac Ha landscape, interspersed with corn fields, cassava hills and clay houses, plum gardens adorned by H'Mong women and their colorful dresses will accompany you throughout the trip.

Come back to town for lunch before transfer to Hanoi. Check in hotel around 6:00 PM
Duration: 6 hours

Meals included:
• Lunch
• Breakfast
No accommodation included on this day.

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