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Beautiful valley tour and trek - worth the drive from Hanoi.

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.

A must do activity while in Vietnam. Absolutely mind blowing

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!

From Hanoi: 3-Day Sapa Trekking and Bus Tour Reviewed by Sophie, 02/25/2018

Well worth the money but be prepared for the walking.

The trip was really enjoyable and we got loads of great photos. The views were amazing and the women were really helpful. We saw the local culture as well as lots of rice paddies. The trek was harder than we thought and could be explained a bit better. You need to be reasonable fit and they are right in recommending trekking boots. The guides do try to sell you stuff but only at the end and it was all nice handmade items anyway so we didn’t mind. Plus they deserved it for the help they gave us on the trek. The food was nice too and plenty, there were locals trying to sell stuff there which wasn’t ideal but we got over it. Would definitely recommend.

Amazing trip, loved it but have some feedback too

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.

From Hanoi: 3-Day Sapa Trekking and Bus Tour Reviewed by Nina, 06/23/2018

Well organised tour, but Sa Pa a disappointment.

We did the two day tour. The mini bus was very comfortable and driver was on time and a good driver. Hospitality at the hotel (Kevin at Legend hotel) was excellent. Their food was superb. We were disappointed in Sa Pa which is over commercialised, crowded and built out. There is no charm left to the place. We only did the first day "trek" which is basically a walk through shops masquerading as a village. We opted out of the second day.