The Sapa One Day Tour to Mong Sen, Ta Phin takes you to Mong Sen and Ta Phi villages where you visit spectacular landscapes of a narrow valley along the Mong Sen Stream, and to experience the unique culture, custom and way of living of the Black Hmong and Red Zao ethnic peoples.
Leaving Sapa at 08.30 m, transfer 15km by road to the Mong Sen Bridge with several stops along the way for enjoying spectacular landscapes.
Start walking along large dirt path for nearly an hour, then following a narrow dirt trail winding its way on steep hill-sides along the eastern bank of the Mong Sen stream for 2 hours to Mong Sen 2 village which consisted of three isolated hamlets of the Black Hmong and Red Zao people. Spend an hour to explore these hamlets for interesting discovery, then lunch break.
Continue hiking along the same trail for nearly an hour up and downhill towards Ta Phin Valley and arrive to Ta Phin commune in mid afternoon. Take a walk around this stunning valley, paying visit to some Red Zao families. The Red Zao women are famous for their handicraft skills, especially the embroidery for decorating their traditional costumes with motifs that depicts their religion, believe or description of the nature surrounding…
The walk ends at about 4.30 to 5.00pm, picked up and transfer by road back to Sapa.