SAPA – Vietnam (S02|E02) – Sapaphoto

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Two days and one night () in the rice fields of Sapa. Great experience, expecially thanks to my personal guide: Shosho 🙂

I do hope this video will reach a lot of people so that she will have more “customers” and be able to save money and realize her dream of travel outside 🙂

Here are the details of her tour, worth every single penny!

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Hi Carlo, thank you for your message.

The tour will be 2 days and 1 night and I will take you on a trek to the villages. Meals included (1 breakfast, 2 lunch & 1 dinner) and sleep at a homestay!

We will eat lunch with my family on Day 1, my mum or sister in law cook for you, we see a lot of rice terraces, and the local Black Hmong people, we will also walk through a few villages and you will see how we live.

In the afternoon we can visit the Village school, dress up in traditional clothing and visit the various sites of the village.
In the evening you have the option of staying the night in my home or in a guesthouse with more utilities. The guesthouse has WiFi, big beds, mosquito nets, hot shower and provides a towel and flipflops.

My tour has a different price per person.

1 person = $27 USD per day
2 person = $22 USD /day /person
3+ person = $18 USD /day /person

You bring a small (day) backpack and not to heavy stuff, because we go for a long walk and you really don’t want to carry heavy luggage! I advise to leave your big backpack/big bag in at your hostel or hotel.

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Its easy to take the night bus or the night train from Hanoi to Sapa too and let me know if you come by train or bus

When you in Sapa then you can go to eat breakfast. Somewhere in Sapa You can be at , hotel restaurant or any other place you prefere. We will pick you up on the church in Sapa because in Sapa have one church only and let me know what time do you want to start trek?

At the end of the tour I will provide you transport back to Sapa as well.

My number phone +841649496025 and i have whatsapp as well.

I am really looking forward having you and in case you have any questions, let me know!

Greetings,

Shosho Laochai

What too bring with you:
You need to bring a small backpack, raincoat, camera or phone (for pictures), sunscreen, hat and sunglasses to protect yourself against the sunlight.
Water and drinks you can buy along the way during the hike. You can bring medicine like spray for mosquito bites or disinfection spray. You can go to trek with me or my sister and my sister in law too.

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For more info you can add her on Facebook: Shosho Laochai

If you are coming to the north of Vietnam, do a homestay in Sapa is a must!

Music: Odesza – Hey Now (SIIIIICK song!!!)

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MY EQUIPMENT
CAMERA: Panasonic Lumix G7 –
ACTION CAMERA: GoPro Hero 5 –
DRONE: Phantom 3 Standard –
MICROPHONE: Rode Videomicro –
BACKPACK: Manfrotto MB BP-D1 –

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Web site: https://sapaphoto.com

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Tiêu đề video: SAPA – Vietnam (S02|E02)

Độ dài: 00:09:15, Ngày đăng: 2017-06-16 01:00:00

Tác giả: Carlo Pizzuti

Link gốc: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Z89jwk5sw4

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6 Comments
  1. kikinespinoza 6 tháng ago

    I want to be there.

  2. I also explored Sapa with Shosho – I miss her! 🙂

  3. Ti Che 6 tháng ago

    Nice video. Funny thing is that many non-ethnic people are invading their land and changing their culture. See for example: kids wearing Tshirt & jean instead of their tradional clothes

  4. TravelAmy 6 tháng ago

    great video! i am thinking about going to vietnam in August, sooo.. 😀

  5. Matt Biggers 6 tháng ago

    Really nice video. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  6. Eugenio Tarantola 6 tháng ago

    La sfortuna di avere la GoPro fuori uso è direttamente proporzionale al miglioramento dei tuoi video! Così puoi concentrarti meglio sulla Panasonic, che fa davvero un ottimo lavoro. Bellissimo documentario e super interessante, fa venire voglia di vedere subito un'altra puntata. Grande Carlo!!

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