3 Nights Sapa by Train

General information

DurationDestinationDeparture
4 days and 3 nights
Vietnam (Hanoi, Lao Cai, Sapa)
Vietnam (Hanoi)

Description

Tour Code : SIC Sapa03returnbytrain.

Title Tour : SIC Sapa03returnbytrain - 1Tr-1Sapa- 1tsfHanbyTrain – HB - Departure on FRIDAY

This itinerary, depending on the chosen category, can be:

-          On SIC: Departure guaranteed minimum 2 participants

Category

 
Deluxe (Scheduled Tour)
Half Board 4 & 5 Stars
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Superior (Scheduled Tour)
Half Board 4 & 5 Stars
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Program

Day 01: HANOI - TRAIN TO LAO CAI (Dinner)
Transfer too Hanoi railway station.
Dinner in a typical restaurant.
Overnight on the train to Lao Cai.

Day 02: LAO CAI - TRAIN TO SAPA - SAPA (Breakfast, Lunch)
Transfer by train from Lao Cai to Sapa.
Breakfast in a typical restaurant.
Departure to visit to the village of Lao Chai inhabited by the ethnic minority of the Black H’mong. Then take a short and easy hike to get to the village of Tavan inhabited by the ethnic minority of the Dzay.
Lunch in a typical restaurant.
Depart for the village of Ban Ho inhabited by the ethnic minority of the Tay.
Return to Sapa and transfer to the hotel.

Day 03: SAPA - LAO CAI - TRAIN TO HANOI (Breakfast, Lunch)
Departure from Sapa to visit the largest traditional market in the region, where all ethnic minorities meet to trade their products.
Lunch in a typical restaurant.
Transfer from the market to Lao Cai.
Overnight on the train to Hanoi.

Day 4: HANOI (Breakfast)
Arrival in Hanoi. Transfer from the station to a typical restaurant.
Breakfast in a typical restaurant.

Price includes

- Hotel in Standard room with breakfast.
- Han - Sapa - Han train tickets
- Meals as per program
- Transfers and excursions as per program
- IT Guide.
- Assistance during your entire stay
- Phone Number "URGENCY " 24 hours 24 IN ENGLISH
- During long trips water and refreshing towels.

Price does not include

- Intercontinental flights
- Everything not indicated in "The price includes"
- Special surcharges imposed by some hotels such as dinners and compulsory extras during the Christmas New Year or other public holidays