2 days, 1 night
A trek through Sapa’s terraced rice fields is a bucket-list item for many tourists when they come to Vietnam. This trekking tour that takes you to Ta Van is an exciting opportunity to visit ethnic minority villages and take in the beautiful surrounds of this gorgeous region. With the help of your friendly local guide, you’ll learn about the daily activities and culture of the local people as your walk through the landscapes that Sapa is famous for.
Itinerary subject to change or cancellation due to weather conditions.
Included: Ground transport, English-speaking guide, accommodation, activities & meals mentioned above. Not included: Airfares, visa fees, travel insurance, gratuities, personal expenses & all other services not clearly mentioned above.
We give local people employment, income and learning opportunities so they are directly involved in your tourism experience. Our guides and hosts will give you a special insight into culture and life in Vietnam.
We aim to minimise the negative impacts of tourism on the environment and the local community while contributing positively to local economies. We don’t just talk responsible tourism, we act!
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10% of all profits from our tours go towards a community fund. This money allows us to make infrastructure improvements and provide other important resources to those in need.
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“Sapa was at the top of my list of places to see during my visit to Vietnam. I wanted to see the stunning landscape with the terraced rice paddies and I also wanted to trek from Sapa to Ta Van. Much to my surprise, trekking was the highlight of my trip because I not only got to see the rice paddies, but I got to travel along the route with 3 of Sapa’s knowledgeable tour guides. These three women are members of the Black Hmong ethnic group and they shared, with me, some of their experiences along with their family stories. I will always treasure the time I spent with these wonderful women.”