The provincial museum and the nearby old prison are some of this hill town’s major sights. We have a chance to visit these before we leave for our next destination. The winding roads cross over the Pha Din Pass before reaching Dien Bien Phu, the site of the decisive battle in Vietnam’s struggle for independence in 1954. After checking into our central located hotel we enjoy a walk around to see this fast growing town. Our main stop is Dien Bien Phu’s Museum which details the event in place.
|Day 1||Visit Thai village||None|
|Day 2||Visit Old Prison of Sonla.||B, L|
|Day 3||Visit Thuan Chau Market on the way||B|
|Day 4||Visit to the old battle field||B|
|Day 5||Sightseeing stops on the way for breathtaking scenery||B|
|Day 6||Arriver in the old French colonial hill station of Sapa||B|
|Day 7||Visit a village of the Black H’mong||B|
|Day 8||Visit a waterfall and a rattan bridge.||B|
|Day 9||Visit ethnic hamlets and take photographs.||B|
|Day 10||Free at your leisure in the next morning.||B|
Am : 8h00 Depart from your hotel to Maichau. Stop in HoaBinh to see the Hydro Electric Central. Continue to Maichau, stop over on the way. 13h00 Arrive at Maichau.Pm : Short trekking to visit Thai village, BanVan & BanLac. Overnight at Pomcong village in Maichau.
Am : 8h00 Depart to Sonla. Stop to visit small ethnic hamlets scattering along the way from Yen Chau, Moc Chau (Muong people). Luch on the way. 14h00 Arrive Sonla.Visit Old Prison of Sonla. Overnight in Sonla.
Free at your leisure in the next morning.7h30 Breakfast at hotel.Visit the hill-tribe hamlets including the Black Tay, Meo, Muong and White Tay. Vân Long pass, Ban Nâm Na and other villages in the surroundings). Then depart to Laichau. Short walk on the way. Stop to visit Thuan Chau Market on the way. Overnight at Laichau.
Free at your leisure in the next morning.The provincial museum and the nearby old prison are some of this hill town’s major sights. We have a chance to visit these before we leave for our next destination. The winding roads cross over the Pha Din Pass before reaching Dien Bien Phu, the site of the decisive battle in Vietnam’s struggle for independence in 1954. After checking into our central located hotel we enjoy a walk around to see this fast growing town. Our main stop is Dien Bien Phu’s Museum which details the event in place. We also pay a visit to the old battle field where the lush vegetation grows behind many war relics including old French tanks and artillery pieces. O/N in Dien Bien Phu .
Free at your leisure in the next morning.Am : 7h30 Drive Lai Chau to SinHo . Sightseeing stops on the way for breathtaking scenery.Pm : 16h00 arrive BaSo town. Overnight at Lananh hotel in Laichau.
Free at your leisure in the next morning.Am : 8h00 Depart to Sapa. Strolling through the colourful market at Tam Duong early in the morning where you will meet many different ethnic minority communities. After the market, you will head out on another one of Northern Vietnam’s most spectacular roads on the way to Sapa. Arriver in the old French colonial hill station of Sapa late in the afternoon. Free time after check-in until dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel.
Free at your leisure in the next morning.Breakfast and relax.. Walk around Sapa and then start from Sapa at 12:00 PM by jeep to visit a village of the Black H’mong (LaoChaiSan). Go though hillsides along MuongHoa river. Cross the river by a suspension bridge to reach LaoChai village. Take the paths across the paddy fields to get to the 3rd village of the Dzay minority (TaVan) and Stay the night at a Dzay family in this village. Picnic lunch on the way and dinner at the family.
Free at your leisure in the next morning.Breakfast with the local family and then get to a village located at the foot of HoangLienSon range via bamboo forests. Visit a waterfall and a rattan bridge. After the village, get down to the river, cross it and keep going to SuPan village for 2 minorities – The H’mong and the Red Dzao. . Get off the road to go down hill to BanHo village. Overnight at Ban Ho with a Tay family who have houses on stilts. Return and overnight at hotel in Sapa.
Free at your leisure in the next morning.Depart at 6.00 a.m. for Bacha. Stop on the way for sightseeing.visit ethnic hamlets and take photographs. You will have time to visit the houses on stilt of H’Mong, Dzao, minorities in Bacha. Overnight in Bacha.
Free at your leisure in the next morning.7h00 Am Return to Hanoi. More stop on the way. Lunch at PhoRang town.17h00 Arrive Hanoi.
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- Transportation by Hi Lander or Landcruiser with aircondition as tour program indicated.
- PrivateBoat trip on Da river.
- Twin-share accommodation with daily breakfast;
- English or French- speaking guide
- Sightseeing fees
- Breakfast at hotel
- Lunches & dinners .
- Airport taxes
- travel insurance
- personal expenses
- emergency transfers.
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