The 1-day Cat Cat trekking tour combines with other attractions, such as Lao Chai Ta Van trekking. There are many local agencies that you can choose from if you’re interested in taking one.
Besides taking an organized tour, you can find many local villagers who work as tour guides. I was surprised by how well they could speak English.
Cat Cat village accommodation
Where to stay in Cat Cat village, Sapa?
If you’d like to wake up with fresh air and a beautiful mountain view, I’d recommend choosing one of the Cat Cat village homestays.
Fansipan Terrace Cafe and Homestay is an excellent choice for those who love nature but also comfortability. The location is great as it’s close to both the village and town, and the rooms offer beautiful views.
This house is made of wood, giving the place a rustic feeling and perfectly fitting the mountain atmosphere. Chapi Homestay is located in the quiet part of the town, so you can enjoy a peaceful and cozy time while staying here.
What are the best things to do in Cat Cat village?
View the beautiful terraced fields
Those who visit Sapa cannot miss the stunning view of terraced fields in Cat Cat village.
The field change colors in each season. While the fields are covered in lush green from April to the end of May, it changes the cover into bright yellow in September.
Unlike ordinary rice fields, the terraced fields lay layers of layers like steps to heaven, creating breathtaking scenery.
Try H’mong ethnic clothes
Another exciting thing to do in Cat Cat village is to try the costumes of the H’Mong people.
Many local stores are renting beautiful ethnic costumes in the Cat Cat village area. The types of costumes here are quite diverse, and visitors are spoiled for choosing the clothes they love.
Rental price per set ranges from 50,000 – 100,000 VND per set.
Before renting, you should remember to check the clothes carefully. You should inform the rental immediately if there is any damage. Renting clothes is also one way to support the local life.
Visit Cat Cat rose garden
See H’mong traditional crafts
In the display area of the center, you can see how H’mong people make traditional handicraft products.
There are costumes and handbags from brocade, silver, and bronze jewelry such as rings, bracelets, necklaces, etc.