Breathtaking mountain scenery and tribal villages amongst perfect natural settings are the highlights of Sapa. Trek off the beaten track and walk…
This 2-day package is an opportunity to visit Sapa even if you have limited time. Travel by bus from Hanoi and trek to various minority villages.
See Sapa in 3 days on a small group tour. Enjoy luxury limousine transfers, hotel stays in beautiful locations, an itinerary with an easy trek…
Find out more about Sapa during this 2-day bus tour. Benefit from daily Sapa package tours, including fantastic hotel stays within Sapa. Travel with…
Explore the best of Sapa on a 3-day tour from Hanoi. Visit villages such as Cat Cat and Lao Chai, and interact with the locals.
What people are saying about Cat Cat Village
This is the 2nd time i come back Sapa. This time with my friends and I have to find a better services rather than the night train for 2 ways Hanoi - Sapa - Hanoi. With the night train. It is noisy all the night time, sometimes it shakes and brakes along the way. It would disturb your sleep. I decided to choose the package Sapa 2 days with Bus tranfer. I was right!!! We have a perfect package tour with the very comfortable mini bus tranfer from Hanoi - Sapa - Hanoi. The bus pick up us at our hotel at 06.45 am. With drive 5 and half hour we stopped 2 times and arrived Sapa about 12.45. After the lunch our tour guide come to pick up at 2.30pm for the 1rst trekking tour to Cat Cat. The pick up for 2nd day at 09.30 was perfect as we need a good relax after a day tranfer and trekking before. Peaceful villages Lao Chai Ta Van were the nice local village we visited. We had chance to see the house of a Hmong people where local guide brough us there. Lovely experience. Highly recommended!
The drive from Hanoi to Sapa is long but worth the trip. Once we arrived, the tours were organized by which hotel you stayed at. The first day's trek was shorter but involved going down and back up. The second day's trek was longer but only involved downhill and getting bused back to the hotel. The description online didn't quite match with the itinerary (first day trek uphill - no bus, but then dinner included). Our guide, Tai My, was a member of a local tribe and showed us through the villages. She was a great guide, very friendly and she answered all our questions about the area and life in Sapa. We had sun on the second day, so we could see the whole valley and it is incredible. Apparently September is a good time to visit, where everything is green and in full flower. This area was different from the rest of our visit in Vietnam and well worth the money.
We loved our tour into sapa. We were blown away with the culture of the people up there and the experience that we had. Without tellling you everything and spoiling it, I highly recommend this activity and think that you would feel disappointed if you don’t do it! The trekking is fairly easy and they have made the tracks accessible to almost anyone. The transfer from Hanoi to sapa is efficient and the hotel was elegant. Not to mention the food!! The food is amazing! All was amazing. Our tour guide could have spoke English a bit better so we could learn more about the places we visited but we asked questions and found the answers ourselves. All in all a once in a life time opportunity not to miss!
The tour started really bad because we were waiting in our hotel lobby for about one and a quarter hour. After trying to call and text for several times we got the answer that we will be picked up shortly. The bus that arrived then did not have enough seats. So two people had to stand while driving through Hanoi to get to the sleeping bus. The pickup guy was really unfriendly and even insulated my wife not knowing that she speaks Vietnamese fluently. Afterwards their was nothing to complain about. Very comfy modern sleeping bus, enough breaks during the trip. Sapa itself was really a fantastic choice to visit. Amazing scenery combined with hiking made it unforgettable for us.
Everything was amazing except that when the driver picked us up at the hotel in Hanoi, he spoke no English at all and we had no idea the tour guide would not be on the bus. We did not know what was going on which is a little unsettling. Thank god there was a girl on the bus that spoke Vietnamese and English and was able to get information for us from the driver. Also the return bus ride took 7 hours instead of 5, and we have no idea why.