Muong Hoa Valley Trek 3 days tour starts from Sapa town and ends up in Sapa as well. The 3 day trek includes such travel highlights as the spectacular landscapes of the Hoang Lien mountain range, Muong Hoa National Park and Muong Hoa Valley; You trek along the valley to experience the unique culture, custom and way of living of the Black H’mong, Giay and Red Zao ethnic peoples.
The Muong Hoa Valley Trek Itinerary
Day 1: Sapa – Tram Ton – Sin Chai (L,D)
09.00 am you will be met up with Lotussia local team at your hotel in Sapa (Please inform your hotel name upon your confirmation). You will be transferred from Sapa to the Tram Ton Pass. Stop at the Silver Waterfall for a quick visit. Then walk around the Heaven Gate and enjoy magnificent scenery of the other side of Hoang Lien Son range.
Start trekking from Tram Ton. You will follow a narrow trail sneaking on mountain sides and through the thick rain forest of the Hoang Lien Nature Reserve. You trek downhill for almost 3 hours before you arrive in the Sin Chai Village, inhabitated by the H’mong. Walk around this village, visit some local houses. Check into a local house for dinner and overnight.
Day 2: Sin Chai – Cat Cat – Y Linh Ho (B,L,D)
After breakfast, you will leave the village at about 09.00 am. You will walk on a good path to the Cat Cat Waterfall. Have a short rest by this nature wonders before you continue your trek. You will trek up and downhill along the Vang Stream for over 4 hours. You trek through part of Hoang Lien National Park covered by thick bamboo and rain forest, and pass by several isolated hamlets of the Black H’mong.
Upon your arrival in Y Linh Ho Village in mid afternoon, you may want to have a short walk around to explore the village before checking into a local house for dinner and overnight.
Day 3 : Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai San – Lao Hang Chai – Giang Ta Van – Sapa (B,L)
After breakfast, you will leave Y Linh Ho village at about 08.30 am. You trek uphill to Lao Chai San 2 and Lao Chai San 1 villages of the H’mong following a large dirt path. You then trek up and downhill on a narrow dirt trail to Lao Hang Chai village, inhabited by the H’mong. Explore this village and then trek uphill for two more hours through the thick rain forest.
Lunch will be provided en route.
After lunch, you will trek downhill for about one hour going to Giang Ta Van Village and then onto Ta Van village of the Giay, located near the Muong Hoa River. You may have time for visiting this large and prosperous village before being picked up again by Lotussia vehicle and transferred back to Sapa. The end of Lotussia Travel service.