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Half Day Lao Chai & Ta Van Village
Half Day Lao Chai & Ta Van Village

Half Day Lao Chai & Ta Van Village

  • Schedule

    Morning or afternoon (08.30 - 12.30h. or 13.00 - 17.00h)
    Schedule
  • Tour guide

    Language:
    English / French / Chinese / Italy
    Tour guide
  • Pick up

    Sapa
    Pick up
  • Transport

    Private car
    Transport
  • Minimun age

    6 years old
    Minimun age
  • Duration

    4 hours
     
    Duration
  • Culture shock

    Low
    Culture shock
  • Physicality

    Low
    Physicality
1/2 day
Styles:
Cultural & Art
Tour code:
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Lao Chai and Ta Van villages situating in Muong Hoa valley are must-see attractions when you’re in Sapa. Half day tour to visit the minority houses, wander slowly the places in order to understand the local daily life, chat with children meet on the way. It is a really clear picture of people and lifestyle in the region.


You will be picked up at your hotel and transfer to Muong Hoa valley, one of the most scenic valleys in the North Western of Vietnam. Drive slowly through a narrow road between two mountain ranges of Hoang Lien Son and Den Thang to reach the valley. It is a farmland to quite a few ethnic minority groups and thus housing the largest colony of terraced paddy fields in the area. Enjoy the stunning view of the imposing mountains and of the terraced fields’ soft contours embracing the hillsides, take photos then from your entry point to the valley, walk through the valley and cross its other side to get Lao Chai village of the Black Hmong minority people where you will have a chance to observe its inhabitants, the Giay people belonging to a very small minority group only found in Northern highlands of Vietnam.
 
Note: You can change to Ta Phin Village as below program
 
Ta Phin village is far from Sapa town about 15km and driving time is approximately 10 minutes. Meet with our guide at your hotel and transfer directly to Ta Phin village in a private car. 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. Transfer back to your hotel 

Package Prices For All Season ($) (From 01/01 To 31/12)

Tour package123-45-67-910-1213-15 
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What's included

  • Private transportation with English or French speaking guide
  • Entrance fee & mineral water

What's excluded

  • Not included VAT
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