For good all-inclusive tours or just tours you should check out this website: www.sapadiscovery.com
This company has great tours for good prices. From 2-7 or so day treks!
Company: SaPa Discovery
Company website: www.spapdiscovery.com package site: sapadiscovery.com/package.htm
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Owner: AUBERGE-DANG TRUNG
Package Tour (P.V)
Sapa-Muong Hum Market
(For every Friday or Saturday)
Day 1: (Friday)
9.15 pm, car will pick you up at your hotel and then transfer to Hanoi railway station to catch the night train at 10.00 pm.
Day 2: ( Saturday)
Bus will pick you up at Lao Cai station to Sapa ( 1 hour drive). Check in hotel, After having breakfast our guide will take you to visit Ta Phin village of Red Dzao and Black H'mong ethnic minorities or Lao Chai and Ta Van of Black H'mong and Dzay people at your requests. Having picnic lunch on the way. After 5 hour trek, jeep or motorbike will pick you back Sapa. Staying in the hotel in Sapa.
Day 3: (Sunday)
Waking up earlier than usual (6.00 am), after having breakfast bus will take you to visit one of the most colorful Sunday market of Muong Hum (3 hours drive, 80 km from Sapa). Here, you are free to go visiting around the market and meet several ethnic minorities such as Ha Nhi, Red H'mong, Tay, Dzay, Red Dzao). At 12.00 pm, having picnic lunch. After lunch, the guide will take you to visit Nam Pung village of Ha Nhi people (3 hrs walking). Leaving Muong Hum for Lao Cai railway station at 3.30 pm to catch the night train back to Hanoi.
Price varies depending on number of people with you from $140 for one person alone to $85 p/p for 6 people. All-inclusive price includes: deluxe room in Sapa, private transportation, all meals, all tours, English-speaking guide, roundtrip soft class (1st) train ticket, pickup and return in Hanoi.
For some of the best hilltribe trekking in the world you must go up to SaPa. SaPa can be reached from hanoi by night train to Lao Cai and then an hour bus to Sapa, or by a more direct 12 hour or so bus. For some it may be a pain to get to SaPa, but it is completely worth it!!