Things to Know
To fully explore Sapa's picturesque villages, valley, and mountains, you'll need at least 2 days and 1 night.
This is the best itineraries for 2 days tour in Sapa! Including package trips to villages, trekking tours, markets, and homestay experiences with local minority people.
We have Sapa tour 2 days 1 night daily departure from Hanoi, with pick-up at 07:00 am from your hotel in Hanoi Oldquater.
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This Sapa tours allows you to see paddle rice fields, do either easy hiking or longer one, classic hike or combine with traditional local market for more details about culture of minorities. You may also experience the rooftop of Indochina – Fansipan peak.
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11 tips to have the most wonderful 2-day tour in Sapa
1. A trip in Sapa always required more physical abilities as well as preparations. As local experts, we will give you some tips for exploring villages near Sapa to the fullest!
2. Before deciding which package to do, do some researches of Sapa trekking difficulty and Sapa trekking homestay. The best way is asking for local experts advice.
3. Invest in a good trekking pair of shoes or the ones which are waterproof and slip-resistant. Because the roads to these villages and the roads around them can be quite tricky. Don’t bring in a new fancy pair of shoes – you will regret later when you see all the earth roads in Sapa villages.
4. The raincoat is a necessity when you adventure here because Sapa can be really quick to rain all the time. In winter, bring extra warm clothes since at night, the temperature can drop below the frozen point.
5. Bring sun-protectors like suncream, light jackets, hats and sunglasses in summer. The strong and direct sunlight at some hours can be burning.
6. Bug spray is a must all the time. These Sapa villages are surrounded by water rice fields, which means a lot of mosquitoes and bugs will be around. And no one wants to get bitten by them.
7. If there are some persistent sellers try to get you into buying things you don’t want, just politely but firmly turn them down with a “No, thank you.” And remember to bargain a bit at the market, if you see the price is a bit unrealistic high.
8. Going on a Sapa trekking trip, you will encounter a lot of minorities will different ways of life, so you need to respect them and their standard of morality.
9. You should not smoke or use drugs, to begin with, and avoid making loud noises in public areas. Getting too drunk and lose control of yourself will also leave a bad impression.
10. Some of the sacred objects are worshipped, so no direct touch on them. And you can only come into a house if you get permitted or invited from the owners. If you want to take some photos of the locals, let’s ask them beforehand.
11. Buying handicraft items from the local people can also be a good way of showing respect, however, if there is a too persistent seller or the price is too high, you can always turn down politely.