Bacha market 1 day (Sunday only) (Code: G03)
The Sunday market in Bac Ha is where you*ll want to stock up on water buffalo, pigs and horses. Once you*re all set, you can browse for bottles of local firewater (made from rice, cassava or corn) or handicrafts made by some of the 10 Montagnard groups living near here - Flower Mong, Dzao, Giay (Nhang), Han (Hoa), Xa Fang, Lachi, Nung, Phula, Thai and Thulao.Bac Ha is a less crowded alternative to Sapa, and arriving midweek makes for a relaxing visit. Around 700m above sea level, the highlands around Bac Ma are somewhat warmer than Sapa. Bring ear plugs so you needn*t endure the *Voice of Vietnam* echoing from the loudspeakers at market-rousing time.
Tour Duration: 1 day
Rounts: Sapa (or Laocai) - Bacha- Laocai (or Sapa)
Starts: 7h30 from Sapa on sunday only
Ends: 17h in Sapa
Tour Level: Easy adventure
Group size: Group 15 or 30 pax
Tour Customizable: Absolutely! (Tell us your specific requirements in the inquiry form)
Sapa - Bacha market - Banpho village - Chinese Border - Laocai - Sapa
Bacha market 1 day (Sunday only) (Code: G03)

Detail Itinerary

7h30: our guide and car pick you up from hotel  drive to Bacha market.  takes us 3 hour driving to get there.

This is the largest market in the region, a place where many ethnic groups gather to buy and sell, eat and drink together. There are 10 minority groups in the Bac Ha region. You can buy homemade handicrafts and clothes. In the afternoon we will have a 2 hour trek to Ban Pho village (Flower H*Mong people).In the village we can have a look in their house and understand little more about their lifestyle and traditional customs. Especially, we can try homemade wine from corn. 15h00 we drive back to Lao Cai railway station. or get back Sapa.

Price & Inclusion

Price: $15usd/person (More than 5 people, please contact to get better price)
What is included?
-Tour guide
-Car 2 ways
-Agent fee

Tour excludes:

  • Insurance
  • Drinks
  • Phone call,
  • Other private expenses.