Description:

A great adventure which will bring you from Sapa Town (1500m) to the highest Vietnamese summit (3143m)with a breathtaking 360° view you won’t forget.

1st day:

You will meet your guide in Sapa Town at 9am and will be transferred by car to the famous Tram Ton pass from where you will have your first stunning view. From there, you will start to cli m b the mountain. All along your way, you will be rewarded by some view points and the natural environment with the fresh air. You will have a picnic lunch on the way. In the afternoon, the more you will trek up the more you will get spectacular views. At the end of the day, relax yourself in this peaceful environment. After the sunset, you will eat dinner prepared by your guide and sleep in tent surrounding by this majestic mountain.

2nd day:

Wake up early just after the sunrise and take your breakfast before the last ascent to the rooftop of Indochina. By the end of the morning, you will reach the top. You will be rewarded by the 360° view and have a great time to feel the fresh crisp air and admire the surroundings : Sapa town, mountains, the forest, the Muong Hoa Valley… After that, you will trek down back to the Tram Ton Pass where the car will wait for you to come back to Sapa Town at the end of the day.

Included:

Breakfast on the second day,2 lunches; dinner on the first day, expert tour guide, transportation, 1,5L water/day, sleeping bag rental, tent, porter, standard national park levy (toilet, camping overnight, insurance, cooking, and park authority observer), Summiting Fansipan certificate

Excluded:

Personal travel insurance, other beverage and expenses

Price:

Departure from Sapa:

Nb of persons

1-23-45
Price/ pax$65$63$61

Departure from Hanoi with round trip bus tickets, breakfast on arrival and a dinner on the 2nd day:

Nb of persons

1-23456 and more
Price/ pax$90$86$85$84$83

What you Should Bring:

A cap and a sunscreen product, comfortable trekking shoes, waterproof jacket and warm clothes, mosquito repellent.

Download file: 3D2N-the-fansipan-trek.pdf

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