The Sapa Lai Chau day tour offers the chance to visit breathtaking landscapes of Hoang Lien mountain range, Tram Ton pass and especially the west side of Fansipan with more sunshine in winter months. You also meet up with Lai Chau tribal peoples such as Red Hmong, Black Zao, Zao Tien and specially the Lu whose population is only about 5 thousands in Vietnam.
Leaving Sapa at about 08.30am by vehicle heading northwards of Sapa along national road 4C uphill to Tram Ton Pass, Vietnam’s highest road pass and famous for its magnificent and spectacular landscapes of Fansipan and Hoang Lien mountain range.
Take a break at the top of the pass before descending for an hour along a newly built road which winding its way on mountain sides which offering marvelous scenery of high mountains, lush forest and deep valleys below. Arriving to the upstream section of the Nam Mu River, customers will enjoy an hour easy walk to visit small villages of the Zao Tien, Black Zao and Red Hmong ethnic people before lunch break in Tam Duong Town let.
Afternoon trip will be highlighted with an hour walk along large path through the rice fields of Binh Lu valley during which customers will meet and pay visiting to houses of the White Thai, Zay and Lu ethnic peoples. Walk ends in mid afternoon at a junction with the motor way; take the road transfer for 2 hours back to Sapa.