Saturday, December 20, 2014
ActiveTravel Asia excitedly announce the very first 2015 deals for the hottest product recently: Exotic Sapa Trek and Homestay (view tour details here). All bookings made from Christmas day, December 25, 2014 till February 08, 2015 will receive at least 10% off from our public rates.
Especially, the customers book this tour still going to get a Coupon value for US$ 50 for next time purchase of any products on our website.
Exotic Sapa Trek and Homestay lasts 4 days and takes advantage of the latest, longest Highway in Vietnam launched in Sep 2014. The most outstanding features of this program out of the other Sapa trekking tours are:
- No train and no night travel
- One way on the most modern highway & one way on old road twisting along mountain.
- Less touristy trek trails in Sapa
- Homestay at Lavie Vu Linh at Thac Ba lake, Yen Bai.
- Amazing cheap price for 4 days trek with exotic difference.
ActiveTravel Asia’s tour guide and transfer will collect you at your hotels and start driving to Sapa in the morning. You will enjoy the speedy drive on the smooth, modern Highway Express Hanoi – Lao Cai with picturesque scenery along such as: rice terraces, Red River, corn fields ect. The Express makes you arrive in Lao cai just after 5 hours’ drive instead of 8 hours. Lunch is served at local restaurant before another 01 hour drive uphill under stunning vista to the foggy town, Sapa.
You are going to spend two day trekking deeply into remote parts of Sapa where the living villages of mostly Red Dzao and H’mong and stunning, untouched natural sceneries.
On the third day, you start the way back to Hanoi but not via Highway but on Road 70 which was once the sole road to connect Hanoi – Lao cai. The road is still in good enough conditions but with many turns along mountains so make the journey longer. We have a break at the hidden germ for a night before going back to Hanoi next day, Lavie Vu Linh homestay in Yen Bai.
The small, nature friendly homestay is located at the bank of Thac Ba Lake – the manmade lake since 1969 for the first hydroelectric plant in Vietnam. The karst rock formation and emerald water are made the whole area very much similar to Halong bay. Boating on the lake on clear day, you even see the roof of a church under the water surface. That church was used to be a religious house for a huge area where people were mostly Christian. Villagers here were migrated for the milestone of hydroelectric construction history of Vietnam in 1969.
To book the Exotic Sapa Trekking and Homestay and enjoy the discount, you can email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org / call to: 84-902-24-3637 or submit a request here.