The trip is a combination of Motorbiking, sightseeing and culture exploring. The descent on wheels is from a magnificent viewing place called Heaven Gate, along beautiful Muong Hoa Valley, This is a great trip with spectacular scenery of the Muong Hoa valley and Hoang Lien Mountains. At height of 1995m (Above sea level) the pass has magnificent views of the surrounding area.
The route follows the main road to Lai Chau and stop on the way to view Silver Waterfall. When you go down hill to Muong Hoa valley the off-road ride through Lao Chai and Ta Van villages will offer you the opportunity to experience the daily life of the Black H’mong and Giay, you will meet the Tay and Red Dao minorities in the Ban Ho village, this trip you will see four of five ethnic minority groups in Sapa.
In the morning Sapa – Silver waterfall – Tram ton pass (Heaven Gate) – Love Water Fall – Sapa In the afternoon: Sapa – Lao Chai – Ta Van – Su Pan – Ban Ho – Sapa
1 In the morning: Our guide will pick up you at 08:00 at the Reception of the hotel for a short briefing. Then start your journey from the hotel by motorbike and head through Sapa Town for the main Sapa - Lai Chau road. The scenery is beautiful. We will stop at Silver Waterfall ( Best in rainy season) and take a short walk to middle of the Silver Water fall After crossing the waterfall and heading back down the steps, we head back to our transport and continue the journey to the pass. From the summit there are stunning views of the valley on the other side of the pass and you can observe the road snaking around the mountains towards Binh Lu village and Lai Chau beyond. We spend enough time at the pass for guests to take photos and admire the views. After taking some beautiful photos of the Tram Ton Pass, you will take a short walk along Golden Stream to the another water fall that call Love Waterfall located in the forest. Its will take you about 1hour to get there from Tram Ton Pass, After visit the Love water fall you will get on the Motorbike riding back to Sapa. 2 In the Afternoon: Leaving Sapa town behind for a while, you make a turn and follow a dirt road to the Black H’mong village of Lao Chai. From Lao Chai the ride will continue off road to Ta Van, a village inhabited by the Giay tribe. You take a break at the village and have lunch in a local house. At Ban Ho you have time to observe the local life of the Tay minority people. In good weather, you can walk to the river where it's possible to swim.
Automatic or Manual Motorcycle(s), spare parts and all fuel.