When you get to Sapa tours, Lao Cai and then how to getting out Sapa with the convenient way? A part from that, Impress Travel offer sapa tours with the best rate !
Green rice tarrace in Sapa
If you are looking to take the train to Hanoi from Lao Cai, Impress Travel can probably organize to get you onto a minibus or Private transportation to Lao Cai Station.
If you want to book sleeper buses from SaPa to Hanoi. The bus is new and luxurious; however the bus driver will drop you out in the western outskirts of Hanoi, If you need transfer to Hanoi center or Hanoi train station or Noi Bai airport can you let us know, we will arrange the Van / Mini bus or you can take taxi from local bus station by your self.
Small step-through Honda motorcycles can be rented in the touristy parts of town, as well as near the gas station on the road leading to Lao Cai. Day trips into the surrounding countryside can be very rewarding, although a good up-to-date map and a healthy dose of caution is required as roads are winding and populated with all manner of conveyance, and markings can be misleading as the North undergoes some odd town-relocation schemes.
You may be able to hire a guide, or join a group, to visit the various ethnic villages in the area by jeep and/or boat. The various travel agencies in town, or the people at your hotel, should be able to give details.
For those looking to go farther a field, the road to Dien Bien Phu is simply stunning and makes for a fantastic 4-5 day return trip. Always give yourself plenty of daylight hours to return home, however, as highly changeable weather could strand you in dense fog without notice, especially during the winter months.
Try to arrive at the Lao Cai with a couple of hours to spare and you can zip to the border (5 minutes away) on taxis (cheaply). The locals do it regularly because it’s like one big bazaar with carnival atmosphere overflowing with merchandise of everything under the sun.
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