Vietnam Sapa Day Walking TourTuesday, December 27, 2011
The day walking tour takes you to two villages are inhabited by the Red Dzao and the Black H’mong people in the south-western Sapa. This is an easy hiking trail having a fews up and downhill treks. There is about 5 hours walking. You will trek through local villages and paddy fields.
8:30: You will be met up at your hotel in Sapa by Lotussia Travel team.
Transfer 15 km to the Mong Sen Bridge with stops along the way for enjoying spectacular landscapes.
Upon our arrival in Mong Sen village, we start trekking uphill along large dirt road for nearly an hour, then following a narrow dirt trail winding its way on steep hill-sides along the western bank of the upstream part of Ngoi Dum River for 2 hours to an isolated hamlet of the Black H’mong people, explore these isolated hamlets of the Black H’mong, then lunch break.
After lunch, we continue trekking along the same trail for nearly 1,5 hours up and downhill towards Ta Phin Valley and arrive at the center of Ta Phin Commune in mid afternoon. Take a walk around this stunning valley, paying visit to some Red Zao families, then we will be picked up again by our vehicle for our drive back to Sapa.