Home Stay service in Sapa

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Sapa Travel can arrange two, three, and some four day treks with home stays, these are a great way to see the beautiful Sapa Valley and get further from the Sapa Town. Homestays are a type of Inn which is normally run by Giay families down in the valley. When you choose to stay the night at a homestay you wake up already in the valley, which enables you to explore more of the scenery. The guests share one big loft room, on the second floor of a traditional house. The host and their family stay in a separate part of the house. There are no private bedrooms in the homestays. There are hot showers, western standard toilets, beds and tasty traditional food. The homestays are clean and safe.

Where is the home stay:
– In Ta Van Village
– In Ban Khoang village
– In Ban Ho village
– In Ta Phin village

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