Ilaria Curcio’s Review
We Booked our tour through TrekkingSapa and stay at homestay in Sapa
Phinh was a great guide, we asked million questions about customs of the village and she alway answer. She understand english and we could understand her. She learned english from tourist.
Locals helped us during the trekking through the ricefield, mud and fun experience!
We loved the homestay, it was a real home not an hotel so you have to be prepared.
Landscape were absolutely wonderful.
Ilaria Curcio – Australia
Homestay in Sapa
What is a homestay?
A homestay is a type of bed and breakfast or inn, usually ran by local families in the many small villages that surround Sapa. Staying in a homestay means staying in a family home rather than a hotel or hostel. This isn’t like sleeping over at your mums for the night, nor is it like crashing out on a strangers floor after a party, it is an immersive cultural experience like no other.
Why Choose a Homestay?
Homestays are people’s actual homes in the villages surrounding Sapa so you can enjoy simple, authentic village life and experience life from the perspective of the local tribespeople. A stay in a homestay is normally combined with a trek of some sort which means you wake up surrounded by beautiful scenery, already at the first destination on your trek.
Some Sapa Homestay Tours you can chose
- Sapa authentic hiking tour 2 Days 3 Nights: You will experience overnight accommodation in the hospitable villaages of Giay and Tay ethnic minorities.
- Sapa Homestay Tours by Express Bus 2 Days: Sapa tours by bus are a wonderful way to make a short trek through Sapa’s incredible scenery, to discover the unique lifestyle and wonderful hospitality of the local ethnic people.
- Sapa Unique Tours 3 Nights / 2 Days: You will exploring the most beautiful place in Sapa with stunning view of rice terrace fields and Hmong, Dzao, Giay ethnic people.