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Best Tours to Sapa from Hanoi



Sapa is a small, mountain town in Lao Cai Province. It is located about 350 km northwest of Hanoi, close to the Chinese border. Here’s where you’ll find the Hoang Lien Son range of mountains, which includes Fan Si Pan—the country’s highest peak.


This quiet Vietnamese town is home to different ethnic tribal groups. There are five main ethnic groups in Sapa: the Hmong, Dao, Tay, Giay and Xa Pho


These days, Sapa welcomes a diverse range of visitors, attracted by the highland tribes, iconic rice paddies and forest treks. The whole area is blessed with awe-inspiring natural beauty. 


Hiking and enjoying nature is the name of the game in Sapa. The most prominent attraction in the area around Sapa is Fan Si Pan, which is the highest mountain in Vietnam. It’s only 19km from town. You can join some tours to go hiking and trekking Sapa, or enjoy the beauty of nature on a high quality cable car service.


Let us introduces you some best tours to visit Sapa from Hanoi with some options of transportation.

1. From Hanoi: 2-Day Spectacular Sapa Trekking and Bus Tour

Find out more about Sapa during this 2-day bus tour. Benefit from daily Sapa package tours, including fantastic hotel stays within Sapa. Travel with ease by limousine bus. Enjoy the intimacy of small group tours, or choose the option of a private tour.


  • Discover the beauty of the mountanious north of Vietnam by bus on this tour from Hanoi to Sapa
  • Save time with daily bus pick-up from your hotel in Hanoi
  • See the most popular travel sites in Sapa: Cat Cat, Lao Chai, Ta Van and Giang Ta Chai
  • Visit the most well-known ethnic groups in the region

2. From Hanoi: Sa Pa Homestay 2-Day Tour by Sleeper Bus

Discover a former hill station established by the French on this amazing 2-day tour of Sa Pa from Hanoi. Spend the night at a homestay to get a taste of the life of the ethnic minority people and trek through the valley to find unspoiled villages.


  • Explore the Sa Pa Valley with English-speaking guides
  • Admire the traditional costumes of the ethnic peoples
  • Trek through the lush green rice paddies and terraces
  • Experience life in the mountains and spend the night at a homestay


Reconnect with a more simple way of life on an amazing 2-day tour of Sa Pa from Hanoi. Spend the night at a homestay of the ethnic minority people and learn more about their way of life in the mountains.

Day 1:
Depart Hanoi in the early morning and travel by bus via Lao Cai. Continue to Sa Pa and see the colorful costumes of the H’mong, Dzao and Tay ethnic people. Get a welcome drink and enjoy a lunch of local dishes. 

Trek through the rice terraces and along the Muong Hoa Stream. Arrive in the Black H’mong village of Lao Chai surrounded by Hoang Lien Son Mountain. Continue to the ethnic village of Ta Van to check into your homestay and get to know the Dzay people. Get the chance to meet other travelers at a nearby bar.

Day 2:
Enjoy breakfast prepared by the family before your morning trek through the rice paddies and bamboo forest. Get a panoramic view of Giang Ta Chai village before crossing the Giang Ta Chai Bridge, where a bus will take you back to Sa Pa for lunch and a shower before the return trip to Hanoi.

3. Sapa Hill Tribes 2-Day Trekking Tour from Hanoi by Train

Discover the breathtaking beauty of the Sa Pa District in northwest Vietnam on a 2-day (3-night) trekking tour. Immerse yourself in the everyday lives of the hill tribes, meeting H’Mong, Black H’Mong, Red Dzao, Tay and Dzay minority peoples.


  • Learn about Vietnam’s diverse ethnic minority cultures from your experienced guide and the people you meet in villages along the trek
  • Meet members of the H’Mong, Black H’Mong, Red Dzao and other minority peoples
  • Learn about traditional lifestyles among the rice terraces of the Hoang Lien Son mountains
  • Travel from Hanoi on board an air-conditioned sleeper train
  • Enjoy sweeping views of verdant rice fields and forests
  • Take a small-group tour limited to 8, to ensure a more personalized experience

4. 2-Day Fansipan Trekking of Sapa Tour

Overview At over 10,000 feet tall, Fansipan is one of the highest mountains in South-East Asia. Instead of sinking time and money into organizing everything you need for a solo trek, join this small group tour with all meals and transport provided. Spend two days hiking to the summit and take in the immense views of Vietnam and even nearby China. With your tour guide accompanying you to the top, there’s no risk of getting lost. Learn about the environment and the Indigenous tribes living on the mountain No unexpected loads to carry: enjoy the convenience of a porter on this trip Before your climb, spend some time exploring Sa Pa Town at your own pace Transport includes round trip transfers from Sa Pa’s train and bus stations.

Sunworld Fansipan Legend Admission Ticket


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Shared Limousine Transfer from Sapa to Hanoi


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Lao Chai and Ta Van Village Trekking Day Tour


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Shared City Transfers from Sapa to Hanoi via Limousine


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