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カスタムメイドの1日トレッキング体験
Sapa - Y Linh Ho - Lao Chai Sang - Lao Chai - Ta Van This custom trek starts in Sapa at 9:00 am. The first stop on our trek is a little mountain you can look over to Fansipan peak, and then We will then traverse through the scenic Muong Hoa valley. The trail leads through an astonishing landscape with stunning views of mountains and rice paddies as far as the eye can see. The views are only interrupted by rivers, local houses or farmers working their fields. At 11:00 am we will arrive at Y Linh Ho, a small village of the Hmong minority. Here we will take a bridge across the beautiful river below. From here the hiking routes will lead us to Lao Chai Sang where we will stop for lunch. We will walk past endless rice fields in the shadow of the mighty mountains We arrive at Lao Chai Sang village 12:30 pm for lunch at a local Hmong Family's home. You can enjoy the great tastes of many local foods. After lunch we'll continue to Lao Chai, where you are likely to see the people working in rice fields, planting or harvesting depending on the time of year. After another one and half hours walk from Lao Chai village (2 pm) you will get a unique experience learning local culture, daily life and making the traditional clothing of the Hmong people. Finally we trek to Ta Van village of Dzay minority, where the bus returns us to Sapa around 3:00 pm Other things to note This tour will be tailored to guests specific fitness levels and is a local experience that is flexible depending on guests travel plans.
田園風景を眺めながらのトレッキング
In this tour I will take you to Lao Chai village, a beautiful local minority village based approximately 13 km outside of Sapa. We start trekking in Sapa and the first part of this hike we will be walking downhill. From the main road a small path will lead us into the Muong Hoa valley. In Y Linh Ho, a charming little town inhabited by the Hmong minority, we will cross the bridge. From here the road goes up and down. We will walk over the edges of the rice fields in the shadow of the mighty Fansipan-mountain which is right behind us. We will cross some hills before we enter the village of Lao Chai, one of the oldest and largest Hmong villages in the area. From Lao Chai we will walk to Ta Van Village where we will overnight, mostly inhabited by the Giay and Hmong ethnic minorities. If it is the right time of the year you can see the people planting rice or harvesting it. We will learn you all about the differences between the ethnic minority groups. When we reach the homestay you can walk around in the village OR join the family cook dinner. Other things to note ✔ Physical activity: Moderate to challenging. ✔ My sister and I, one of us, will be your guide. ✔ I can arrange a bus or train for you from Hanoi - Sapa and back. If you need any helps with the service, please contact me for more information. Day 2 When you wake up the next morning and open the window you can see the clouds flowing through the valley while the sun starts to rise above the mountains. After a nice breakfast in the homestay we will start the trek of the next day. From the village we will be walking uphill untill we reach a bamboo forest. We keep walking until we reach the top of a waterfall. From here you have a beautiful view to the village of Giang ta Chai. We will descend to the river down in the valley. you will reach the other side of the small stream and walk to the village where we will enjoy a well deserved lunch or we can continue the trek to the village of Su Pan. After lunch, a car will be waiting to bring us back to Sapa. Other things to note ✔ Physical activity: Moderate to challenging. ✔ My sister and I, one of us, will be your guide. ✔ I can arrange a bus or train for you from Hanoi - Sapa and back. If you need any helps with the service, please contact me for more information.
⭐牛のいる棚田を回るユニークなトレッキング
Sapa - Y Linh Ho - Lao Chai - Ta Van In this tour, I will take you to Lao Chai village, a beautiful local minority village-based approximately 13 km outside of Sapa. We start trekking in Sapa, and the first part of this hike, we will be walking downhill. From the main road, a small path will lead us into the Muong Hoa valley. The trail leads through an astonishing landscape. The stunning views, with mountains and steep rising rice paddies as far as the eye can see, are only interrupted by rivers, local houses, or farmers working their fields. In Y Linh Ho, a charming little town inhabited by the Hmong minority, we will cross the bridge. From here, the road goes up and down. We will walk over the edges of the rice fields in the shadow of the mighty Fansipan-mountain, which is right behind us. We will cross some hills before we enter the village of Lao Chai. You are likely to see the people planting rice or if it’s the right time of the year harvesting it. You will learn all about the differences between the ethnic minority groups; you will see before we reach the car that will bring us back to Sapa from Ta Van. Other things to note ✔ Physical activity: Moderate to challenging. ✔ My sister and I, one of us, will be your guide. ✔ I can arrange a bus or train for you from Hanoi - Sapa and back. If you need any helps with the service, please contact me for more information.
モン族の地元料理教室(ホームステイ)
You will have the opportunity to learn about the Hmong tribes local eats while we prepare the following menu: Spring Rolls: - 6 ingredients (vegetable) + rice paper - I will teach you the technique of preparing and rolling the spring rolls as well Bamboo: - Learn how to peel and prepare with local fresh herbs & onion leaf Chinese black mushrooms - Grown wild in the cool forests surrounding Sa Pa Tofu with Tomato: - The local Dzay tribe are known for making tofu from scratch, I will get this from them. I will show you how to prepare this with delicious flavor Red & Yellow Sticky Rice: - I will share with you how we go through the process of coloring rice, which is done naturally from a flower (yellow) and leaf (red) that grows up in the mountains Fresh Rice: - Grown from our own rice terraces, I will share how the process of planting, growing & harvesting rice. We are surrounded by rice terraces so you will be able to see some of the stages up close Fried Chicken: - We will season and prepare the chicken for frying (Chickens are free range at our Homestay) Pork: - You will get to learn how we prepare pork our traditional way Dessert : - Watermelon - Cucumber Other things to note Please let me know if you have any allergies or food restrictions. I want everyone to enjoy their time and eat some delicious Hmong traditional food!
サパからラオ・カイ、タ・バンまで渓谷トレッキング
9:00am: • Meet at the Sa Pa Church in Sa Pa town 9:30: (30 mins) • Begin our trek through the rice terraces and mountain valleys to Y Linh Ho village 11:30pm: (1h 30m) • We will stop in Y Linh Ho village for a family style lunch (vegetarian options available) 12:30pm: (1h) • From Y Linh Ho we will trek through the rice terraces and incredible mountain valleys along the Muong Hoa river to the Black Hmong village of Lao Chai. There we see the breathtaking landscape of Hoang Lien Son Mountain 1:30pm: (1h30m) • In Lao Chai you will have spectacular panorama views of the village, river and mountains as far as you can see • Learn about and see the traditional clothing of the Black Hmong, Flower Hmong, Red Hmong, Red Dzao, Tay & Dzay ethnic tribes 3:30pm: (1h30m) • Begin our final trek through the mountain valleys and rolling iconic rice terraces to Ta Van village where the Dzay and Hmong ethnic people merged to live together in the mountains Other things to note This tour begins at 9am till 3pm (alternative maybe available upon request)
Mount Fansipan Hike With Local Guide
At 3,143 meters, Mount Fansipan is Indochina's highest mountain. The ascent is a must for hikers and fit adventurous visitors to Sapa. ​Departs: Sapa, 5:30am Duration: 1 Day Total tour distance (walking): 20km Returns: Sapa, 4:00:pm Difficulty: Hard ​Transport from Sapa to Tram Ton Pass and return provided The ascent to Mount Fansipan is a must for lovers of active hikes in Sapa. Reserved for seasoned walkers, the ascent to the highest mountain in Indochina rises to 3,143 meters. Experience unbelievable scenery and views, clear skys and fresh air above the clouds. The Mount Fansipan ascent can only be undertaken in the company of a guide, as administrative procedures are required from the local authorities. Today you will hike up to 3143m to the summit of Mount Fansipan, 05:30am - Pick-up at Anywhere in Sapa 5:30 AM: Head to the Tram Ton Pass. 12:00 PM: Lunch, after lunch, keep going up to 3143m. - 2:00 PM: Start descending. 4:00 PM: Finish 04:00pm - Drop-off at Anywhere in Sapa ​​ Please note, this trek requires a high level of physical fitness Total distance: about 20 kms Altitude: 3,143 M Approximately 10 hours of walking ​
地元ガイドと行く渓谷トレッキング(サパ~ハウ・タオ)
We will meet at 9:30am at Notre Dame Cathedral in Sapa town. From there start our trek out to experience and immerse yourself in the history of my Hmong culture. This is ideal for anyone that wants to spend 6 hours trekking through out the beautiful local rice terraces. Along the way we will meet many native Hmong people, walk through several villages, and up and through many mountains overlooking the beautiful rice terraces. You will have the opportunity to learn about my culture, traditions, local tribes, indigo dying, batik painting, embroidering as well as see lots of water buffalo roaming free. You will be able to take some breathtaking photos and have memories to last you a life time! The views and local history is something that you wont soon forget. During this 6 hour trek, we will stop along a local village restaurant to enjoy a freshly prepared lunch, cold drinks and rest for a bit before we reach our final village Hau Thao. Hau Thao back to Sapa town is about 17km, 30 mins by a motorbike or taxi which I can arrange for you. Motorbike is 50,000 vnd ($2 usd) for 1 person and the taxi 250,000 vnd ($10 usd) for 4 people. Taxi not included, but I will arrange for you Other things to note This tour begins at 9:30am till 3:30pm (alternative maybe available upon request)
思い出に残るトレッキング体験6時間
This trek is perfect for you who wants to spend 6 hours in a beautiful landscape learning about the history and culture of the people of Sapa. From my home, Indigo Snail Boutique Homestay, we start the trek to the Muong Hoa Valley through the cascading rice fields, we will go deep into the Bamboo Forest. Please wear good gear, especially during rainy days and cold seasons when the trails become quite soft and slippery. Passing through farmlands we will cross waterfalls and streams while encountering locals in their beautiful ethnic attires. The route will then become quite steep both up and down. Please bear in mind that it may be quite difficult for some to do this kind of trek. Our first stop is approximately after an hour, on a viewpoint to catch our breath and pause. Not to forget, this is an opportunity to take some pictures of the magnificent views and of yourself, of course, while enjoying the surroundings at the same time. We will proceed to an higher altitude for a better view and to keep you active. Along the way, I will give you insight of our culture and traditions, share with you some personal stories while informing you about our history. Other things to note Depending on weather, the paths may be muddier if it had rained the night before or is raining. Please wear appropriate foot wear and dress accordingly.
サパでトレッキング(2日間)
Day 1 We will meet at 8:30AM at the beautiful Sa Pa church to begin our trek. We will start at the top of the town with stunning views of the rice terraces and local villages. As we continue, we will make our way through Y Linh Ho (2 hours), where you will be able to take photographs of the rice patties and meet and eat lunch with the local people. After lunch, we will head to Lao Chai (1 hour), where we will be able to observe how the local trades such as indigo dying and hand weaving Next we make our way towards Ta Van (1 hour), where we will enjoy the homestay with my family. From the homestay you can take a hot shower and then explore the local village. You will eat dinner with my family where we can get to know more about each other over local foods, beer, and rice wine. A clean bed will be waiting for you after dinner until our adventure tomorrow. On day 2, you will wake up to a fresh breakfast before we depart on our next trek At 9AM, we will start towards the bamboo forest where you will see amazing views of how tall our forests grow! We will then go to a waterfall where you can swim if you'd like. The water is clean and cool straight from the mountain! Now we will go to Dzao village where you can meet another group of local people to understand the differences in our cultures. Other things to note Please reach out with any questions. You will have a clean bed and bathroom with a great view for your homestay. If you need helping booking any transportation, I can help! Day 2 Day One: Sa Pa, Y Ling Ho, Lao Chai, Ta Van Exploring the rice fields and mountains, visiting local markets and enjoy traditional meals. Day Two: Ta Van, Giang Tha Chai, Su Pan, Hau Thao Hiking through waterfalls and bamboo forest. Other things to note They will enjoy this experience of cultural and natural environment. Bring raincoats, trekking shoes, mosquito sprays.
一生の思い出に4時間のトレッキング体験
This trek is perfect for you who wants to spend 4 hours in a beautiful landscape learning about the history and culture of the people of Sapa. From my home, Indigo Snail Boutique Homestay, we start the trek to the Muong Hoa Valley through the cascading rice fields, we will go deep into the Bamboo Forest. Please wear good gear, especially during rainy days and cold seasons when the trails become quite soft and slippery. Passing through farmlands we will cross waterfalls and streams while encountering locals in their beautiful ethnic attires. The route will then become quite steep both up and down. Please bear in mind that it may be quite difficult for some to do this kind of trek. Our first stop is approximately after an hour, on a viewpoint to catch our breath and pause. Not to forget, this is an opportunity to take some pictures of the magnificent views and of yourself, of course, while enjoying the surroundings at the same time. We will proceed to an higher altitude for a better view and to keep you active. Along the way, I will give you insight of our culture and traditions, share with you some personal stories while informing you about our history. Other things to note Depending on weather, the paths may be muddier if it had rained the night before or is raining. Please wear appropriate foot wear and dress accordingly.
モン族のバティックインディゴ刺繍づくりに挑戦
We start in the morning at around 9:30am after arriving at Indigo Snail Boutique Homestay, Ta Van village. We have been practicing the traditional techniques for many years and will share our knowledge with you. First we do batik you will be given 2 pieces of cloth. The first piece is made using traditional Hmong symbols in hot wax using a bamboo tool . The second piece you are free to create your own design. The next step is the process of natural indigo dyeing, the cloth is dipped in the dye vat that we prepare. It takes time as the process requires many dips and the cloths need to rest between dips. Repeated dips deepen the color and make the dye long lasting.The wax will later be boiled out of it so you will have your finished pieces by the next morning at the earliest, or normally after 2-3 days. If you don't stay at my home then I will send the finished pieces to your address in Sapa. We have a lunch break from approximately 12 to 1:30pm at my home (home-cooked family style lunch). In the afternoon you will learn Hmong embroidery, you will be given a piece of cloth and detailed instructions to embroider some patterns to create a bracelet. Finish at around 4pm. Don't worry if you've never done batik or embroidery before! I will show you step-by-step . We are located in Ta Van village in Sapa Valley. We are a 30 minute drive from Sapa. Message us for travel advice.
ベトナム北部でホームステイトレッキング
In this tour, I will take you to Lao Chai village, a beautiful local minority village-based approximately 13 km outside of Sapa. We start trekking in Sapa, and the first part of this hike, we will be walking downhill. From the main road, a small path will lead us into the Muong Hoa valley. In Y Linh Ho, a charming little town inhabited by the Hmong minority, we will cross the bridge. From here, the road goes up and down. We will walk over the edges of the rice fields in the shadow of the mighty Fansipan-mountain, which is right behind us. We will cross some hills before we enter the village of Lao Chai, one of the oldest and largest Hmong communities in the area. From Lao Chai, we will walk to Ta Van Village, where we will stay overnight, mostly inhabited by the Giay and Hmong ethnic minorities. If it is the right time of the year, you can see the people planting rice or harvesting it. We will teach you all about the differences between the ethnic minority groups. When we reach the homestay, you can walk around the village or watch the family cook dinner. Other things to note ✔ Physical activity: Moderate to challenging. ✔ My sister and I - one of us, will be your guide. ✔ I can arrange a bus or train for you from Hanoi - Sapa and back. If you need any helps with the service, please contact me for more information. Day 2 When you wake up the next morning and open the window you can see the clouds flowing through the valley while the sun starts to rise above the mountains. After a nice breakfast in the homestay we will start the trek of the next day. From the village we will be walking uphill until we reach a bamboo forest. We keep walking until we reach the top of a waterfall. From here you have a beautiful view to the village of Giang ta Chai. We will descend to the river down in the valley. you will reach the other side of the small stream and walk to the village where we will enjoy a well-deserved lunch or we can continue the trek to the village of Su Pan. After lunch, we will continue to Ba Ho village. Other things to note ✔ Physical activity: Moderate to challenging. ✔ My sister and I, one of us, will be your guide. ✔ I can arrange a bus or train for you from Hanoi - Sapa and back. If you need any helps with the service, please contact me for more information. Day 3 After a nice breakfast in Ban Ho we continue walking to the village Nam Toong, about 3km from Ban Ho. In this village you can learn everything about the Red Dzao minority that lives here. The Red Dzao are famous for the red scarfs they wear on their head. After visiting Nam Toong we walk back to Ban Ho, where we will have lunch. After lunch transportation will be waiting for you to bring you back to Sapa. Other things to note ✔ Physical activity: Moderate to challenging. ✔ My sister and I, one of us, will be your guide. ✔ I can arrange a bus or train for you from Hanoi - Sapa and back. If you need any helps with the service, please contact me for more information.
Trek, explore and bath in herbs.
Day 1 Walk through the landscape. Meet villagers, learn about the culture, experience breathtaking views and take lunch at a home stay. Trekking a few hour more in the afternoon we will arrive at the Red Dzao home at the end of the afternoon, pick some herbs that will be included in your herbal bath. Take super, then bath and relax. In the morning we will continue through some astounding countryside, stopping at a family run restaurant for lunch. One one more to go before meeting the road and our taxi that will take you back to Sapa. Other things to note Please bring good walking shoes, sun cream, mosquito spray, a sunhat. Houses have electricity points for recharging phones etc. Bring warm clothes for winter months. ( Nov - Feb ) Day 2 In the morning you will start the day with breakfast at the home stay, heading out along the rice paddy fields into glorious scenery. Lean about our culture through engagements and dialogues. Lunch is taken at a small family restaurant in a local village. Pushing ahead after lunch we will meet the road an hour later where we catch our taxi that takes us back to Sapa, where souvenirs and a good coffee can be found. Other things to note You will arrive back in Sapa in time to catch transport onward or to discover the souvenir shops and cafes.
Amazing 3 day trekking Sapa to Ban Ho
Day 1 We will meet at 8:30AM at the beautiful Sapa church to begin our trek. We will start at the top of the town with stunning views of the rice terraces and local villages. As we continue we will make our way through Y Linh Ho (2 hours), where you will be able to take photographs of the rice terraces and eat lunch with the local people. We will then trek to Lao Chai village before arriving at my Indigo Snail Family Homestay in Ta Van where you will enjoy a delicious dinner with my family. You will then be able to relax and have a peaceful rest in a clean room. Other things to note - Good hiking shoes - Sunscreen, sunglasses and hat - Mosquito repellent - Good jacket gear Day 2 - First day we will meet at 8:30am at the church in Sapa town. We start our trekking tour to the first village in Y Linh Ho where we will have lunch. After lunch we continue trekking to Lao Chai. In the village Ta Van we will have a home cooked dinner with my Hmong family and sleep over at Indigo Snail Homestay. - The second day will start at 8:30am with breakfast still in Ta Van. At 9:30am we depart for trekking to Giang Ta Chai where we will see beautiful bamboo forests, rice terrace, mountain trails and waterfall. Lunch will be served at Su Pan village. After Lunch the trekking is going to continue to Ban Ho village where we will stay at a Homestay with the Tay-Tribe for dinner and sleep. - The third day will begin again at 8:30 with breakfast still at Tay Homestay (Ban Ho) and the trekking tour starts at 9:30am to Nam Toong. Then we will walk back to Ban Ho village for lunch. A taxi will pick us up there after lunch to drive back to Sapa Town where the trip will end. Other things to note - Good hiking shoes - Sunscreen, sunglasses and hat - Mosquito repellent - Good jacket gear Day 3 - First day we will meet at 8:30am at the church in Sapa town. We start our trekking tour to the first village in Y Linh Ho where we will have lunch. After lunch we continue trekking to Lao Chai. In the village Ta Van we will have a home cooked dinner with my Hmong family and sleep over at Indigo Snail Homestay. - The second day will start at 8:30am with breakfast still in Ta Van. At 9:30am we depart for trekking to Giang Ta Chai where we will see beautiful bamboo forests, rice terrace, mountain trails and waterfall. Lunch will be served at Su Pan village. After Lunch the trekking is going to continue to Ban Ho village where we will stay at a Homestay with the Tay-Tribe for dinner and sleep. - The third day will begin again at 8:30 with breakfast still at Tay Homestay (Ban Ho) and the trekking tour starts at 9:30am to Nam Toong. Then we will walk back to Ban Ho village for lunch. A taxi will pick us up there after lunch to drive back to Sapa Town where the trip will end. Other things to note As always, have good shoe and jacket gear.
Amazing experience at Cat Cat village
We start at 8:30am from the Sapa Church or your hotel. We then walk for 30-45 minutes to Cat Cat village. Along the way you will see beautiful rice terraces and lovely H’mong villages. I will share with you about H’mong lifestyle and practices. Upon arriving in Cat Cat village you can take part in many activities and experience the local H’mong lives: - Try on different styles of colorful traditional H’mong clothes (you pay a small fee for this) - Have a taste of delicious local food: buffalo meat, H’mong smoked pork sausages, grilled egg, sugarcane juice… - Visit a splendid waterfalls and watch musical shows performed by the waterfalls (only at certain times during the day) - Observe the process of making the unique H’mong hemp fabric - Take Instagram-worthy photos and Tiktok-worthy videos with artful installations and natural backdrops We spend about 2 hours at Cat Cat village, then walk back to Sapa town center (30-50 minutes walking depending on your pace). *Entrance fee to Cat Cat is included. Also 2-3 pieces of local snacks are included. Lunch is not provided.