Itinerary : Explore Vietnam

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Explore Vietnam

18 days

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Vietnam Vietnam

Sa Pa

Hanoi

Hue

Hoi An

Nha Trang

Da Lat

Mui Ne

Ho Chi Minh City

from day 1 to day 2
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Sapa Lodge Hotel

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Little Sapa Restaurant Sapa O'Chau Cafe Sapa Moment Restaurant

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Cat Cat Village Ta Phin Village Traditional Markets Ham Rong Mountain Lao Chai Village Trekking Tour Explore by Bike Love Waterfall Muong Hoa Valley & Ta Van Village Ban Ho Village Cooking Class Off Beat Tours

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Day 1:


1. Choose from an easy, moderate or a hard level of trekking to kick off your journey on the marked trails of the village.

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1. Take a thrilling mountain biking tour along the scenic meandering trail of your choice.

2. Visit the Lao Chai village which is home to the hospitable Hmong tribe and also marks the beginning of Muong Hoa Valley.

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2. Visit the vast flat valley of the Ban Ho Village which is home to the Tay community and learn about their traditional culture here.

3. Climb up the Ham Rong Mountain which resembles a dragonfly and get stunning views of the surrounding region from its summit.

4. Head to Love Waterfalls to witness spectacular views of the water gushing down towering cliffs.

5. Hike to the little Cat Cat Village to get an insight into the lifestyle of the local Hmong tribe and to participate in their day to day activities.

 

Day 2:


1. Opt for an off-beat photography tour, an adventurous treasure hunt, a 4WD expedition, or a motor biking experience offered by Ethos Adventures.

(http://www.ethosspirit.com/)

2. Appreciate the art of hand-made brocades and take a traditional Red Dao Herbal Bath when you visit the Ta Phin village.

3. Visit the traditional village of Ta Van which is inhabited by the Giay community and go downhill for a riverside trek in the gorgeous Muong Hoa Valley.

4. Learn the art of cooking traditional Vietnamese cuisine when you participate in an engaging cooking class.

5. Visit the traditional markets such as Can Cau on Saturday or Bac Ha on Sunday where the ethnic groups interact and trade a of variety local goods.

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  • Vietnam
  • Sa Pa
  • Hanoi
  • Hue
  • Hoi An
  • Nha Trang
  • Da Lat
  • Mui Ne
  • Ho Chi Minh City

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