On Sarturday morning our guide will meet you at 07:00 a.m at the Reception of your hotel for a short briefing and check all the condition of the Motorbikes. We take the road to Lao Cai before heading further east towards Bac Ha and north to Can Cau. It is small but extremely colorful, set in mountains near the Chinese border. We can see many ethnic minority tribes going to the market from the villages to sell or buy goods. The Flower H’mong minority is the most common here, their colorful dress make it the most beautiful sight. We will spend the whole morning there and enjoy your Lunch at matket with local food.
In the afternoon:
Drive motorbike back to Bac Ha and check in Homestay. You can take an easy trek or drive Motorbike to some near by villages and visit the old castle of the former H’mong King. You stay overnight at a hotel in Bac Ha.
Day 2: Bac Ha - Lao Cai - Sapa
In the Morning:
Bac Ha market starts early, so its advisable to have an early breakfast and get to the market early. Bac Ha is the most popular and busiest market in the northern province where a vast variety of goods are traded including livestock such as cows, pigs, buffalos, and horses and daily items such as corn wine, vegetables and household goods. It is particularly popular with visitors because it provides an excellent opportunity to see and meet the people of the Flower H'mong ethnic minority here characterized by their extremely bright and colorful dress. We spend the morning here looking around the market and have lunch in one of the numerous food outlets in the town.
In the Afternoon:
Get on the Motorbike and drive down hill to Trung Do village where you will visit the Tay minortity living here. Our tour guide will take you visit atypical house(the house on stilt) and tell you some story about Tay people here.
After visit Trung Do village and enjoy some Tea or cold drink here you will drive motorbike along the No 70 National road on the road you have change to visit the Tea plantation.
We will then Drive Motorbike to Lao Cai station or Sapa, depending on your travel plan.
Automatic or Manual Motorcycle(s), spare parts and all fuel.