Bac Ha trekking 2 days 1 night

Can Cau market

Tour code: NA11E
Duration:  2 days 1 nights
Route: Bac Ha - Can Cau market
  • Day 1: Can Cau Market - Trekking to Bac Ha (B/L/D)
    • Pick you up from Lao Cai train station or Sapa town the early morning if you are already in Sapa town. We’ll drive to Can Cau Market - Only on Saturday, via Bac Ha Town. Although the market is smaller than some others in the regions, it is special in the sense that it has retained its local and authentic appeal. Breakfast in the market.

      Destination off the beaten path, few tourists actually come here, which is probably the reason for how it’s achieved this, and as such it makes for a great place to get a real feel for the local cultures of the region. Once you’ve had your fill exploring and perusing the many fascinating stalls, it’s time to trek from Ta Giang Pho to lay Thuy Ngai, which presents you with incredible views along the route as you’re surrounded by wild and beautiful natural landscapes and terraced rice fields. Along the way you’re sure to run into some people belonging to the Red Dao or Black H’mong ethnic groups. The trek is about 12 to 15 kilometres, and when you reach the end our driver will pick you up and take you back to Na Hoi Village for over night in the homestay.
      Can Cau Market
      Can Cau Market
  • Day 2: Bac Ha market - Chay river (B/L/D)
    • After breakfast at the homestay, you’ll start the day by walking to Bac Ha Market. Here you’ll spend some time among the local people perusing the many enticing stalls. This is easily one of the most colourful markets in Northern Vietnam, and can look more like a festival or celebration than a simple market.

      In fact, the whole area is positively alive with activity, which is only added to by the various animals like pigs, cats, buffaloes and horses scuffling around, all for sale of course.

      Once you’re finished at the market, you’ll get an opportunity to relax your undoubtedly sore legs and feet on a bout tour along the Chay River. As you float down it’s calm waters, you’ll get to simply sit back and take in the incredible views, and when you disembark, our driver will waiting to take you the town for lunch.
      we head to the H’mong King’s house (King Hoang A Tuong), which was built by the French and Chinese in 1920, leading to a unique fusion of European and Oriental architecture, making for an incredibly grand structure, then tour guide will take you to Lao Cai station for the next departure.
      Chay river
      Bac Ha Market

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