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Adventure Northwest of Vietnam 10 Days – 9 Nights Tour

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Duration:10 Days – 9 Nights
Destionation:Hanoi,Sapa,Hagiang,Langson
Transportation:Bus & Boat Trip
Tour Type:Group Tour

Escape the bustle of the chaotic city and set out on an adventure through the stunning countryside of the north-west of Vietnam. This 10-day adventure takes you off the beaten path on a tour through deep valleys and towering mountains to remote hill tribe villages, cascading waterfalls and quaint colonial towns.

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Tour Highlight:

  • Visit and admire mountain view road
  • Discovery the most beautiful and famous destinations and villages in Mai Chau, Son La, Dien Bien Phu, Lai Chau, Sapa, Silver waterfall, Lao Chai & Ta Van, Cat Cat, Ham Rong Mountain, Fansipan, Ha Giang, Dong Van, Meo Vac, Ma Pi Leng…
  • Explore history, daily life and local culture
  • Enjoy delicious local food

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Tour Detail:

Day 1: Hanoi – Mai Chau (L, D)

Our guide and private car will pick you up at your hotel in Hanoi in the morning before taking you along highway No. 6 to Mai Chau; a small town nestled in the midst of a lust valley surrounded by emerald-green rice fields.

Along the way you can relax and enjoy the views of the amazingly scenic landscape, littered with pagodas and rural villages. We’ll stop for a quick visit to a Muong tribal community, before continuing on through Thung Khe Pass, where you’ll get to enjoy the most spectacular views of Mai Chau Valley.

After lunch in Mai Chau, it’s time to get off the tourist track, and start our trek along the Song Ma River. As you walk, you’ll be constantly surrounded by rice terraces and small villages, letting you truly discover the natural beauty of the valley, and also giving you the chance to experience the culture of the White Thai people, who live in the region. You’ll stop in one of these Thai villages for a home-cooked meal with a local family and an overnight stay in their home. There will also be live dance and music performances for you to enjoy in the evening.

Day 2: Mai Chau – Moc Chau – Son La – Dien Bien Phu (B, L, D)

After having breakfast with your host family, we will drive you to the village of Son La. En route we’ll make several stops at various villages inhabited by H’mong, Thai, Muong and Dzao people, as well as an orchard and tea plantation on the Moc Chau Plateau, famous as the powerhouse of Vietnamese tea production. The total drive to Son La from Mai Chau will be about 200 kilometres, and we’ll arrive just in time for a late lunch.

After lunch and some rest, we continue along the winding mountain roads through North Vietnam’s stunning countryside, with the clear standout in terms of picturesque scenery being Pha Din Pass, famous for the role it played during the 1st Indochina War.

This charming but intimidating road lies at an elevation of 1300 metres, with no shortage of breath-taking views of the valleys below. According to local legend, the name “Pha Din” means “The Connection between Heaven and Earth”, and it’s easy to see how it gained this name when you see it for yourself. On arrival in Dien Bien Phu, you will check-in to your hotel and spend the rest of the day at your leisure.

After breakfast, we will get a transfer to a trekking point for the whole day trek to enjoy Vietnam’s national rice terrace heritage. Our trek will start from Che Cu Nha commune to La Pan Tan Commune. It is around 13 km and takes most of our day. This trek will definitely offer us a good opportunity to see the main spots and admire the beauty of amazing rice terraces that Mu Cang Chai has to offer. We will also be able to visit a few villages of the H’mong hill tribe scattered in the area.

Get picked up by our private vehicle around 4.30 PM. Dinner and stay for the night at your homestay/ hotel.

Day 3: Dien Bien Phu – Lai Chau ( B, L, D)

Nestled in a heart shaped basin near the border with Laos, Dien Bien Phu is the famous historical battleground where the climactic battle of the 1st Indochina War took place, finally dislodging the French colonial occupation. We’ll have an early start to the day by first visiting a local market, where you can meet charming people from nearby Thai tribes, dressed in their traditional costumes, as they shop for necessary supplies. Next up is a visit to the Dien Bien Phu Museum to learn more about the history and culture of the area, before heading over to Dien Bien Phu Cemetery where we’ll participate in a minute’s silence in honour of the national heroes who gave their lives for the victory achieved here.

Other sights we’ll visit on this day includes General De Castries’ Bunker, the Old Muong Thanh Bridge and the serene Nam Rom River. After all this, we’ll have a quick rest and lunch and then proceed with our drive to Lai Chau along bumpy countryside roads, passing a number of ethnic villages belonging to the Kho Mu (Xa), Huoi Chan and Bung Giant peoples. Continuing along these scenic roads, we’ll eventually reach Phong Tho, where we’ll cross the fascinating Chinese-built Hang Tom suspension bridge, which hangs over the confluence of the Da and Ma rivers. From here, the road weaves its way northwards through the picturesque and steadily more spectacular Na River Valley, past more ethnic villages of White Thai, Kho Mu and later Red and White H’mong minorities. When you arrive in Phong Tho you will be free to spend rest of the day exploring the local village in here.

Day 4: Lai Chau – Sapa (B, L)

On the fourth morning you will leave Phong Tho for Sapa.

The road is a bit bumpy at times, but the rough route rewards you with magnificent scenery, including yawning valleys, winding rivers and towering mountains; truly any photographers’ dream. The drive will take you up Tram Som, Vietnam’s highest mountain pass, where you’ll get some amazing views of Fansipan Peak, known as the “roof of Indochina” as it’s the tallest mountain found anywhere in Vietnam, Laos or Cambodia.

The final stops en-route to Sapa will be Heaven’s Gate and the Silver Waterfall, before arriving at your destination in the afternoon. Sapa is nestled in a sweeping valley near the Chinese border, and is Northwest Vietnam’s foremost travel destination. Built in 1922 as a French colonial hill station, this quaint town is now a trekker’s paradise, offering hiking routes through terraced rice fields and enchanting hill tribe villages. Enjoy a free afternoon to explore the colourful town on your own before your dinner and overnight stay in Sapa.

Day 5: Sapa – Lao Chai – Ta van Village (B, L, D)

After breakfast, you start trekking down to Lao Chai village of Black H’mong ethnic people. Here you will discover their daily life. Visit the biggest valley which provides the best view for golden rice terrace fields in Vietnam. Have a lunch at local restaurant. After that, you walk to Ta Van village of Dzay people. It is a small group of ethnic people in Vietnam with a rich culture and beautiful houses located on rice paddy fields. Lao Chai & Ta Van Villages, about 8 km from Sapa town, where black H’mong and Dzay people are living. Here you will enjoy the fresh air, see terraced fields, stream, discover and visit some Black H’mong families. In the evening, enjoy dinner with music and join in the party with some wine or soft drinks. Stay one night with a local family in the village.

Day 6: Fansipan Cable Car – Ham Rong Mountain – Sapa (B, L, D)

After breakfast, you leave Ta Van to Fansipan Cable Station for an amazing trip to reach the Indochina Roof, 3143m above the sea level: Starting by cable car and step up to the Peak, enjoy the fresh air and the beautiful landscapes from the high.

11h30 – 12h00 Have a lunch at the local restaurant, check in your hotel in Sapa, free time to relax.

In the afternoon: , you will explore the Ham Rong Mountain with unspoiled scenery and spectacular. At here, you can visit many kinds of colorful orchid garden from Indochina area. Passing two Heaven Gate, visitors will be arriving in the top of Ham Rong is called Pitch Cloud, and have panoramic view of Sapa, then going back to your hotel. You will have leisure time. Dinner is service at the restaurant. Free time to visit Sapa town in the evening. ( If you are lucky, you will meet love market is one of unique market of local people , it is only open on Saturday and Sunday night).

Day 7: Sapa – Cat Cat Village – Ha Giang (B, L, D)

07:30 – 08:00: Breakfast is service at hotel, check out the hotel, then transfering to Cat Cat village. Upon arrival explore Cat Cat villages, inhabited by the H’mong people, a French colonial area and a renowned resort for officials from the early 20th century. Visit the hydro-power station and the waterfall of Cat Cat village. Learn about the culture and customs of H’mong people including traditional crafts such as weaving, carved silver and hand-forged agricultural tools.

After that, you will leave Cat Cat village to Ha Giang. You will enjoy and admire mountain view road. You will have a lunch at the restaurant on the way.

17:30 – 18:00 You will arrive Ha Giang, check in your hotel/ homestay in Ha Giang, free time to relax. Enjoy dinner and Sleep at the hotel/ homestay in Ha Giang.

Day 8: Ha Giang – Dong Van (B,L,D)

As Ha Giang still requires a permit, your guide will assist you in purchasing one from the small office in the town. You will then take a succession of stunning passes, over the rolling mountains and valleys. You will stop for lunch in the small mountain town of Tam Son. After, you will travel through the imposing pine forest to visit a Hmong palace which once belonged to the powerful Vuong family. The palace is infamous for its use as a store for opium and weapons and offers a glimpse into the life of Hmong royalty in a different era. After independence, the palace was evacuated in 1950, and the descendants of this influential family now live in France and Canada. You will continue down the sweeping roads where many black H’mong villages hide behind the stone walls until you arrive in Dong Van at around 18:00. You will have dinner at local restaurant and spend the night in a hotel/ homestay.

Day 9: Ma Pi Leng Pass – Meo Vac – Ha Giang (B,L,D)

Today is Sunday. After breakfast, you can visit the weekly Dong Van Market to meet the local people and peruse the fascinating ion of handmade goods and speciality produce. You will then climb up above the town to Pu Lo, a French fortress built in 1890 and kept in great condition. After exploring the fortress and the incredible views it offers, you will hit the road to experience one of the most spectacular roads in the whole of Vietnam. At an elevation of 2000 meters, the Ma Pi Leng Pass clings to the side of the undulating mountains, giving unrivalled views of the valleys and terraced hemp fields, which decorate the mountainsides. You will zigzag down into Meo Vac Valley for lunch, before returning to Ha Giang where you will spend the night in a hotel.

Day 10: Ha Giang – Hanoi (B,L)

7:00 Breakfast is service at the hotel, check out your hotel.

8:00 Go to visit Cam mountain to get panorama view to admire Ha Giang city, then driving back to Hanoi, returning by the same route. On the way, you can stop to take photos of the magnificent mountains and make the most of your last bit of time in this magnificent region. You will stop for lunch at a local restaurant and arrive back at your hotel in Hanoi.

18:00: Drop you off at your hotel.

End the tour!

Tour Price

Tour Price:

Tour Class

Tour Price In USD/ 01 pax

Trip Note

Standard

35$

Big bus, big group, no tea break, no hat

Superior

39$

Tourist bus, smaller group, tea break, free hat

Deluxe

45$

Luxury van, smaller group, tea break, free hat

Premium

50$

Luxury limousine, smaller group, tea break, free hat

Tour Includes

  • Tour Includes:
  • Hotel accommodation in shared twin or shared double room with daily breakfast.
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner).
  • Tours and transfers by private air-conditioned vehicles.
  • English speaking local guide
  • A traditional hat
  • All entrance fees as indicated in itinerary.
  • Cold water and towel during tours

Tour Excludes

  • Tour Excludes:
  • – Other meals, Beverage, Gratuties, personal expenses and another services what not mention in the tour

Important information

Child Policy:

– Children under 4 years old are FOC, sharing a room with parent/s.

– Children from 4 to 6 years of age are charged 50%, sharing a room with parent/s.

– Children from 7 to 09 years of age are charged 80%, sharing a twin/ double room

– Children from 09 years old will be considered adult

– Only one (01) child under 4 years old sharing room with two (02) adults are allowed for FOC

What need to bring:

– You should bring the most important things such as sunscreen, camera, small local money, An Umbrella or raincoat, medical masks, popular medicine such as Painkillers, Plasters, Diarrhoea tablets, Antiseptic, Fever reducer, Pain reliever, Cough suppressant…

Trip Note:

– Please note, the itineraries and schedules are subject to change without notice, depending on the weather and operating conditions.

– Customers should provide their international flight ticket number for picking -up arrangements.

– All passengers should provide mobile phone or email address to the tour operator. The company will contact you directly after you make your reservation.

– If you are vegetarian or have any special food requirements, please advise the local operator in advance.

– If you have some special require such as would like to change something in the tour program or would like to make a new plan trip, please contact to us, so we can give you more information.

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