Sapa Trekking Tour Extension 4 Days



  • Discover Sapa Town, and meet Hmong, Dzao, & Tay ethnic minority locals in their colourful traditional costumes
  • Trekking to Cat Cat, Ban Khoang, and Ta Giang Phin Villages
  • Enjoy free time to discover local villages and explore Sapa on your own with free time at leisure

Sapa is one of the most breathtaking hill stations in Vietnam, and retains the signature of French architecture and colourful minority cultures. This is home to stunning mountain landscapes, verdant rice terraces, unique stilt villages and Fansipan ‘the Roof of Indochina’. Travellers are invited to enjoy the best of Sapa as the seasons change through the year.

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  • Day 1: Australia Hanoi

    Fly to Hanoi via connecting cities. On arrival at Noi Bai International Airport, you will be welcomed by your guide and driver who will bring you to your hotel in Hanoi City to rest up for the tour ahead. Hanoi is over 1000 years old and is currently the capital of Vietnam, as well the commercial, political, and cultural heart of the country.

  • Day 2: Hanoi Sapa Hike to Cat Cat Village Sapa


    Today, make an early start to transfer by bus to Sapa, enjoying a snack on board. Arriving around lunchtime, you’ll check in to your hotel. In the afternoon, visit Cat Cat village (medium to advanced level trekking required), where you may wish to try the local apple wine or purchase a hand-woven blanket, and Sapa town.

    Note: Departure time and arrival time of Sapa Express bus might vary depending on traffic, weather, and other local conditions or circumstances.
  • Day 3: Sapa Hang Da Sa Seng Sapa

    Breakfast, Lunch

    Leave Sapa after breakfast, and drive southwards and up Den Thang Mountain. Explore Hang Da, a Black Hmong village by foot, which displays the age-old lifestyle of the Hmong. We then follow the village path downhill through the stunning valley of Sa Seng. Along the way, we pass several hamlets which are organised in the typical Hmong style. The walk ends after paying a visit to Sa Pa, another hamlet of the Hmong which is located near the former Sapa traditional market.

  • Day 4: Sapa Hanoi


    After breakfast, enjoy some time free at leisure until transfer to Hanoi.



  • 3 nights hotel accommodation (twin/double/triple share)
  • Daily meals as indicated
  • Airport-hotel-airport transfers on seat-in-coach basis
  • Coach transportation
  • English speaking tour guide


  • Tipping prepaid in Australia: $30 pp
  • Visa to Vietnam
  • Travel insurance (strongly recommended)
  • Personal expenditure & anything not stated


Hotel Name
Local Rating
Hanoi Hotel Le Carnot or similar
Sapa Sapa Charm Hotel or similar