Fanxipan Mountain Adventure Hiking Tour .Trekking through a beautiful nature of the highest mountain in . The climbs do not demand high technical skills of the climbers, but a certain level of co-ordination, fitness and endurance is essential before the rewarding view towards and is obtained.
Night 1: HANOI – LAO CAI (Overnight on the Train) At 20:15. Hotel pick-up then transfer by taxi to Hanoi railway station for a night train SP1 at 21:15 to LAO CAI station. Overnight on the train
Day 1: LAO CAI – SAPA – FANSIPAN (B/L/D)
From Sapa we travel by car, stopping at Thac Bac (Silver Waterfall) before going through Tram Ton pass. From here we start our trek through the National Park and to the campsite situated at a level of 2,200 metres. The trek today goes both up and down hill – good preparation for the steep climb tomorrow. At the campsite a simple but hearty dinner is prepared by the porters and a local guide and we sleep overnight in a tent.
App. 8 hr trekking
Day 2: FANSIPAN – PEAK – SAPA (B/L/D)
After a warm-up breakfast, it is time to conquer the Fansipan summit. The climb is steep and challenging. taking approximately 5 hours and reaching an elevation of 3,143 metres. At the peak ? the roof of Indochina ? there are rewarding views, even on cloudy days. There is a short break before starting trekking down to the campsite to collect our equipment and then a different route through the National Park to Sin Chai village where our car awaits to bring us back to Sapa town in the late afternoon. Dinner and overnight in hotel in Sapa..
App. 8 hr trekking
Day 3: SAPA – HANOI (B/L/-)
Free day to explore Sapa town. PM : Afternoon bus transfer to LaoCai railway station for night train back to Hanoi at 20:15
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TOUR COST INCLUDES:
- English speaking guide
- All transportation and transfers
- All meals ( B, L & D )
- Admission fees and permits where applicable
- Train ticket (soft sleeper 2 ways)
- 3*** Hotel in Sapa central
TOUR COST EXCLUDES:
Personal insurance, Expenditure of a personal nature, tips, such as drinks, souvenirs, laundry, emergency transfers