Day 1: Hanoi - Sapa (L, D)

Arrive to Hanoi. Transfer to Sapa by bus. You will enjoy the journey of more than 6 hours to Sapa, located approx. 1,500 m above sea level. On clear days you can see the highest mountain of Vietnam, the Fansipan. Arrival Sapa, lunch at Red Dzao Restaurant before check in hotel.

You start trekking to Cat Cat village which is occupied by the Black H’mong tribe. Here, you can see the hydroelectric power station which was built by the French in twentieth century. You will experience the tribal way of life of ethnic minorities while enjoying wonderful views of the terraced rice paddy fields and the waterfall in Cat Cat village.

Then return to the meeting point for your transfer back to Sapa town. Dinner will be served at local restaurant. Overnight at hotel in Sapa.

Day 2: Sapa - Fansipan Mountain by carble car (B, L, D)

After breakfast, tranfer to Fansipan cable car station. Lying on an altitude of 3,143m above sea level, the peak of Fansipan is dubbed the “Roof of Indochina”.

Sun, clouds, wind and mountain seem to consist of a harmonious and colorful chorus. Gazing down the fairy scenery at sunrise as well as sunset would

always be an unbeatable experience for those who love nature. Back to Sapa for checkout and have lunch.

After lunch, It‘s time to say “Good bye Sapa!” and drive back to Hanoi. Along the way, once again you have a chance to enjoy the magical beauty of

northwest mountains. Arrival Hanoi, dinner at local restaurant.

Overnight at hotel in Hanoi.

Day 3: Hanoi - City Tour (B/L/D)

After breakfast at hotel, you will start the day with visit The One Pillar Pagoda, which was founded by King Ly Thai To in 1049. This structure is one of Vietnam’s smallest but most iconic temples. Close by is the Mausoleum of the historic Father Figure of modern Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh, and the Former President's House on stilts where he lived from 1958 to 1969. His former home illustrates the modesty of this Vietnamese revolutionary

(The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is closed Mondays & Fridays and from Oct.-Nov, you will view from the outside)

Tour continues to visit Vietnam Military History Museum (closed on Mondays). Then visit Al-Noor MasjidMosque for praying before lunch at

local restaurant.

After lunch, proceed to Halong Bay (165 km east of Hanoi) - a World Heritage Area of outstanding natural beauty, you will experience a rural area dotted with villages, rice fields and farms providing the many parts of the nation with rice, fruits and vegetables.

After lunch you will visit the beautiful Hoan Kiem Lake and enjoy a leisurely one-hour buggy tour through the streets of this fascinating city. You will come face to face with the daily lives and activities of Hanoi’s streets as you pass through the congested, but delightful, Old Quarter. Ride pass the fascinating streets, which still bear the names of the shops that could be found in them in the 15th to 18th centuries

Afterward, you will explore the famous Dong Xuan Market and Hanoi old quarter on 36 streets where you can purchase souvenirs for your beloved ones. Dinner at local restaurant. Overnight at hotel in Hanoi

Day 4: Ninh Binh - Airport (B, L, D)

After breakfast, head for Tam Coc and board a small boat for a peaceful cruise up the river (Tam Coc is also referred to as the Halong Bay on land). Tam Coc is best explored by boat as there are a series of linked caves. Be enchanted while rowing through these natural wonders. Then, visit Bich Dong (Blue Grotto).

After lunch, back to Hanoi. Free shopping at local specialty supermarket.

Afterward proceed to Noi Bai International Airport for your international flight home. We hope you had an exciting holiday with us. Making it an affair to remember!

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