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Pass By: Sapa Market, Dien Bien Phu Road, Sapa Vietnam
Stop At: Tram Ton Pass, Sapa, Lao Cai Province
From the summit there are stunning views of the valley on the other side of the pass and you can observe the road snaking around the mountains towards Binh Lu village and Lai Chau beyond. We spend enough time at the pass for guests to take photos and admire the views.
After taking some beautiful photos of the Tram Ton Pass, you will take a short walk along Golden Stream to the another water fall that call Love Waterfall located in the forest. Its will take you about 1 hour to get there from Tram Ton Pass,
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Muong Hoa Valley, Sapa, Lao Cai Province
You will drive motorbike down hill follow the road to the Black H’mong village of Lao Chai. From Lao Chai the ride will continue off road to Ta Van, a village inhabited by the Giay tribe. You take a break at the village and have lunch in a local house.
At Ban Ho you have time to observe the local life of the Tay minority people. In good weather, you can walk to the river where it's possible to swim.
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Ta Van Village, Sapa, Lao Cai Province
Ta Van located far from Sapa 8 kilometers, Ta Van – a village of Lao Cai province is lying peacefully in the valley of Muong Hoa. Residents are mainly the H’Mong ethnic, Giay, and Red Dao… with approximately 1000 people.
The road leads to Ta Van village that is small and narrow. Along two sides has a fertile terraced field which adorns by the green of corn and rice. When visitors come to Ta Van village, they will not be amazed at the simple beauty of the houses in the village. Previously, Ta Van based on the customs and characteristic of the Giay in Lao Cai. They live together at the bottom, mountains, the valleys, along streams
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Ban Ho Village, Sapa, Lao Cai Province
At the end of the motor way about 25 Km from Sapa town lies a vast and flat valley, circled by mountains and hills. It is Ban Ho valley home to the Tay ethnic. The Muong Hoa River winds its way around the village provide fresh water for 2 crops of rice and bean every year and it make the scenery of the valley more romantic.
At Ban Ho you have time to observe the local life of the Tay minority people. In good weather, you can walk to the Lavie Waterfall. where it's possible to swim.
Duration: 2 hours