4D3N THE ALL INCLUSIVE HMONG TREK

4D3N THE-ALL-INCLUSIVE-HMONG-TREK

Description:

The 4D3N trek will give you a total immersion in the Hmong life.

You will trek from Sapa to Zizi homestay like the old times. You will have great overview of the main villages and walk through rice paddies.

At the end of the trek, you will arrive in Hau Thao village where lives Zizi’s family. From there, you can enjoy the breathtaking view from our terrace and explore the village before the family dinner cooked by Zizi. On the second day, you get the secret to make traditional Hmong clothes and make your own handmade Hmong decoration. On the third and fourth day, follow in Hmong’s foosteps who hike up through the forest to take care about their livestock and stay at the buffalo house where Zizi’s mother lives.

Our unique path going through ethnic villages, terraced rice paddies and a forest will bring you high on the mountains. From there, stay in an authentic family Hmong house for the night before another day trekking down to new villages and a waterfall.

At the end of the 4th day, a taxi will bring you back to Sapa

An off beaten path and rewarding trek, created by Zizi!

[All the pictures are taken by our guests]

Included: 

An English speaking Hmong guide for 4 days, 4 lunches, 3 dinner and breakfast , water (1 big bottle/day), 1 night in a traditional house, 2 nights in Double room in Zizi Homestay, entrance fees, all the transportation during the trek, special cultural Hmong discoveries

→Excluded: 

Other beverages, personal expenses, travel insurance.

Price: 

Departure from Sapa (-$3/pax without the family dinner):

number of people 1 2 3 4 5
price/ pax $170 $123 $110 $95 $90

Departure from Hanoi with round trip bus tickets, breakfast on arrival and a last dinner on the 4th day including:

number of people 1 2 3 4 5
price/ pax $195 $148 $135 $120 $115

The benefits will directly help the Hmong community to improve their living conditions and the education of their children 

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