Sapa waterfall & mountain pass explorer and homestay trekking 2 days

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This Sapa tour is a great combination of visiting some of the highlights around Sapa, including waterfalls and the Tram Ton Pass with a great trekking through minority villages and rice fields.


  • Visit several beautiful waterfalls
  • Drive over Tram Ton Pass; the highest mountain pass in Vietnam
  • Stay overnight in a homestay and learn more about the local minority cultures
  • Hike through beautiful rice fields


Day 1: Sapa – Tram Ton Pass – Love Waterfall – Silver Waterfall – Cat Cat village (Homestay)

Your tour starts from Sapa town around 9:30 AM with a drive through the area with great views of the mountains of Hoang Lien Son and plantations of vegetables and roses in the valley below.

Your first stop is at Tram Ton Pass; with 2047 meter above sea level it is the highest mountain pass in Vietnam.

Tram Ton Pass

Next stop is the Love Waterfall. Hike along the river for about 1 km to get to this beautiful waterfall.

Returning to the Tram Ton Pass to continue by car to the Silver Waterfall. Spend around 30 minutes here to visit the waterfall and explore the area around it.

Love Waterfall Sapa

From here you will start your trekking down to the valley heading to the village of Sin Chai. This village is home to the Black Hmong minority.

Enjoy lunch before continue to Cat Cat village.

Cat Cat village

Arriving in Cat Cat village you will stay overnight in a local homestay of the Black Hmong people. Dinner is served by your host.

Day 2: Cat Cat – Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai – Ta Van

Wake up early for breakfast.

After breakfast your trekking starts. Hike down the valley to see the hanging bridge above the Golden River and Fairy Waterfall.

Next, you trek through terrace rice fields and local minority villages including Linh Ho and Lao Chai from the black Hmong people.

Ta Van trekking Sapa

Enjoy a pick nick lunch near the river.

Continue trekking to Ta Van village of the Giay people in the afternoon. In this village you can learn more about the differences in culture of the Black Hmong and the Giay minorities.

Ta Van hanging bridge

A car is waiting next to the hanging bridge to bring you back to Sapa town.


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