Sapa Villages Hiking Tour One Day: Trek Den Thang to Muong Hoa Valley

The one day hiking tour to Sapa begins in Den Thang mountain range and continues to Muong Hoa valley. You trek along hillsides, through terraced rice fields and local hill tribe villages. Stops will be made en route for you to visit ethnic hamlets, to meet up with local Black H’mong, the Red Dzao. The day hike is highly recommended to elderly clients, small group tours, holiday with kids. The one-day trekking tour is also a good alternative option for many other day trips in rainy days due to good trail condition as well as there is possibilities to make the trek shorten and transfer back to Sapa by vehicle. Contact Lotussia Travel for more details.

Sapa villages hiking tour one day: Trek Den Thang to Muong Hoa valley


08.00 am: You will be met up with Lotussia Travel team at your hotel in Sapa and transferred out of Sapa town to walking path.

Walking along a large path for 2 hours uphill the Den Thang range. Reaching to the top, great view of the Fansipan Peak and the stunning Muong Hoa Valley opens wide in the sight as the trek approaching to Hang Da Village of the H’mong which sits at 1,800m hill-top and over looking down the Muong Hoa Valley. Explore the village and then lunch break.

For almost an hour after lunch, the walking path sneaks on high elevation and offers amazing panorama of Muong Hoa Valley. Then getting downhill through several H’mong hamlets of the Hau Thao Commune which scatter on steep and rocky mountain side. There are chances to see different process making fiber from hemp: Spinning, weaving,…in these hamlets.

The walk ends at Pho Village of the Hau Thao Commune in mid afternoon. We will be picked up again by our vehicle and transferred back to Sapa town.

Arriving in Sapa around late afternoon, you will be dropped off at your hotel in Sapa. End of Lotussia Travel service.

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  1. Hello. We are planning a trip that way on Oct. 23rd for the spceial night tour. We are planning to bring a group of 10 or more. Is there a discount for a large group? Also, what would be the best time to arrive? We live about an hour away and we want to make sure we get there in plenty of time to take in everything. Thank you.


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