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Hill Tribe Market At Weekend

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Tour Information

Price: $ 125.00 (included taxes & service charge)
Routes: Market around Sapa area.
Duration: Daily.
Depart from: Sapa - Return to: Sapa.

Description

Summary: The weekly markets of the north are a kaleidoscope of colour and excitement, bustling with weird and wonderful activities. Vietnam ANZ Travel's guide will take you to them so you can witness the trade and camaraderie of the local minority people. A perfect add-on to the last day of your Sapa trip!
 
Tour Type: Land tour + well selected hotel + domestic flights/trains, private guided with your own English speaking guide ( unless otherwise specified), your own driver at your own pace and schedule.

Itinerary

Saturday - Can Cau Market

Can Cau market is one of Vietnam’s most fascinating open – air markets and isolated market which takes place only on every Saturday. This is a lovely local market which still retains the local quaint and authentic being of the main tourist route. The area is close to China border and in a hidden place, less visitors come here - Horses, dogs, cats, pigs and textiles.... all on sales! This is of most amazing market you've ever seen. Opportunity to take best photos.

Sunday - Bac Ha Market

Bac Ha is far away 70 km from Lao Cai railway station, surrounded by steep mountains and rice fields planted on terraces to the most famous market of region, Bac Ha market, where you can meet all the minorities groups: Flower Hmong, Tay, Thai, Dzao, Xapho…This is amazing market also well known for its various handicraft so don’t miss anything!

Sunday- Muong Hum Market

As the same several interest market around the North of Vietnam. Muong Hum market is about 70km along the Red river and border line with China. You will have the opportunity to experience spectacular scenery and more interesting to visit Muong Hum Market where some ethnic minorities come down from the mountains once a week to buy and sell household products, animals, to drink rice wine, corn wine with friends to enjoy their simple life. You will never have to be regretted to visit here. Beautiful time in life!

Sunday- Binh Lu- Tam Duong Market

Binh Lu and Tam Duong market is located on the other side of Sapa, passing the 1900 meter Tram Ton pass, Viet Nam's highest mountain pass and considered the most beautiful stretch of road in the country. The town is bustling with activity as the local hill tribes gather for their weekly market day, amazing tribal markets in Binh Lu where thousand of Thai Kadai language groups such as Tai Lu, Tai Laos, White Tai, and H'mong - Yao group (black Yao, Yao Lantien..), Giay, Khomu...comes to buy and sell their own products. This is opportunity to get insight into local life!

Tuesday – Coc Ly Market

Coc Ly Market the latest discovery market in the region offering a wide range of different colorful ethnic minorities, such as Hmong, Red Dzao, Tay, Phu La and Nung, the will be an exciting boat cruise winding you through a breathtaking out of this world landscape where the mountains grow from waters presenting their most hidden miseries including caves and tiny minorities.

Tour Prices

Class

2 Pax

3 -4 Pax

5 - 6 Pax

7 - 8 Pax

9 - 10 Pax

10 Pax Up

Single Supplemental

Cost/pax

$ 125

$ 105

$ 100

$ 90

$ 85

$ 65

$ 60

Note: Number of Person in Group/Pax Tour cost per Person (in US $)

Trip includes:

  • Transportation in vehicle with driver for four travelers in mountain as under specified:
    • 1 - 3 people: New model 4 WD Japanese car in superior class tour, Medium model 4 WD Japanese car in first class tour
    or No air- conditioned Russian jeep 4WD in standard class tour
    • 4 - 8 people: Ford Transit (16-seater).
  • Fully escoted Local English speaking tour guide
  • Entrance fee & permission to visit the village

Trip excludes:

  • Travel insurance
  • Pre-post accommodation in Sapa
  • Other meals & drinks
  • Admission fees during free time
  • Personal expenses such as shopping; telephone, laundry and bar bills etc.
  • Tips and gratuities
  • All other service not made on the written form