Tour agents in Hanoi to book Sapa Package

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List here some tour agents in Hanoi to book Sapa travel package

First Choice Travel: a reliable travel agency in Hanoi to book the trips from Hanoi to Sapa and North West of Vietnam

South Pacific Travel: a tour operator in Hanoi www.southpacifictravel.com.vn

Asia Eyes Trave: a boat operator and tour agent in Hanoi for Sapa Tours: www.asiaeyestravel.com

A well-established travel company in Vietnam: Vietravel in Hanoi  – Vietravel Sapa

A state owned travel company: Saigon Tourist in Hanoi: Saigon Tourist Sapa

ACT travel vietnam: www.vietnamtraveland.com- a DMC for Sapa and all around Vietnam

 

We had a real great time in Sapa with Sapa Travel, Bam, our guide was great and she was so helpful. While your local manager there is so professional. We all love the train from Hanoi to Sapa because it is brand new while from Sapa back to Hanoi is a little bit old though. All food in Sapa were excellent especially at “Rendezvous” as well as another place where we had dinner but I can’t remember the name. The hotel is average but it is acceptable.

Areeyak

Bangkok, Thailand

 

Reviews for Sapa Travel

We organized our trek through the Sapa Travel located just off the main square, as we weren’t sure what we wanted to do. We did this the same day we arrived for the following day. We asked for a tour where we wouldn’t encounter too many other tourists and that our 10 yr old daughter could handle. The guy recommended a 14km trek, passing through 3 different villages (not exactly sure what it is called). He arranged a local girl as our guide and she met us at our hotel at 8:30am the next morning.

Chau was a 19 year old local Hmong girl with excellent English and was just lovely. She was happy to answer all our questions and was full of local knowledge. The trek started by walking out of town past the new market building being constructed then headed up into the hills. We had the usual 3-4 other local women tagging along in the hopes of selling us stuff – but they were harmless, very friendly and even helpful at times it got tough. The trek itself wasn’t the easiest – lots of up and down and the track was often slippery because of the rain the day before (the day of the trek was gorgeous and sunny) – but, that said – it was worth every step. We only ever encountered one other couple doing the same trek the entire time. The scenery was breathtaking and walking casually through the villages was quite an experience and a good chance to see how they lived. The villagers basically ignored us and we loved seeing the baby farm animals and wildlife as we walked along. Up high, we spend a lot of time walking in and out of the clouds and then they would clear and the scenery was wow.
Lunch was supplied by Chau – very simple baguette with ham, egg, tomato, cucumber, cheese and an apple. We took plenty of water and she had a couple of small bottles as well. There is no where to buy stuff along the way – so come well prepared.
At the finish, we stopped at a ‘cafe’ of sorts and met a minivan which took us back to Sapa. It was only about a 15min ride back to town and we got there around 3:30 – 4:00pm. It is normal to tip the guide – which we did, as she was great.

 

STAYING IN TOUCH:
Even after booking, you’ll undoubtedly think of more questions, so please feel free to contact your Sapa Travel specialist at any time. We like to hear from you! YES….even while you are on your tour, we will be more than happy to make changes, or correct anything you are not completely happy with.

Person in charge: Mr Tran Quoc Long
Email: info@travelsapa.com
Website: TravelSapa.com
Call Us: +84 437678658 | Fax: +84 437678657
Hotline: +84 912217448

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