Meet you up at your hotel then drive for 12 km to Mong Sen village, home of the Black Hmong ethnic minority people. Start hiking uphill to a winding dirt trail and enjoy the scenes of terrace corn and paddy fields on the way, explore the local daily life until have a break for a picnic lunch at a crystal clear stream.
After lunch, continue to Ta Phin village where you will witness the daily life of the Red Dao and Black H'mong minorities. Ta Phin is home to two different ethnic minority groups, the Black Hmong and the Red Dao. Despite living together in the same place, each group has maintained their own customs over generations allowing now cultural mix. Though both groups wear colorful clothes, the Red Dao women are often most recognizable for their signature bright red turbans. Walk around the village to learn about how they live and trade by making embroidered fabric items by hand. Interact with villagers while visiting their houses. They may offer you the bath service with local herbs if you want to try. You will later get on the car for the journey back to Sa Pa.