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Conquering Mount Fansipan in 4 days

14 Jan
Fansipan Peak

Fansipan Peak

Mount Fansipan is located on the Hoang Lien Mountain Range, some kilometters from Sapa town. Fansipan peak, at 3,143 metter above sea level, is dubbed ”the roof of Indochina”. Climbing Fansipan is an ideal way of exploring the beautiful nature and challenging yourselves. This package is well organized to offer you the best way for conquering the mount.

Tour name: Conquering Mount Fansipan

Duration: 5 nights 4 days

Start: Hanoi

End: Hanoi

 

 

Short Itinerary:

Night 1: Take night train from Hanoi Train Stataion to Lao Cai

Day 1-3: Conquering the Fansipan summit. Start climbing from

tarraced field sapa

tarraced field sapa

Sin Chai village inhabited by the Back H’Mong minority group. The hilly trails are through dense tropical forests of big woods, canes and bamboo trees. Spend nights in tents: first camp base at 2300m ASL and the second one at 2900m ASL. The trek offers opportunities to observe wildlife, see diversified flora and fauna and enjoy the bird-eye views over the picturesque Sapa valley. The active trek, with 6-7 hours walking per day, requires some effort, endurance and plenty of high spirit. In day 4’s afternoon, the trek finishes at Tram Ton, the gate of Hoang Lien National Park, where you have a transfer to hotel in Sapa town.

Day 4: Day at leisure in Sapa. Late afternoon take night train back to Hanoi from Lao Cai Station.

Day 5: Arrive back in Hanoi

 

INCLUDES:

English Speaking Guide during excursions

Porter(s) and other necessary equipment for trekking

All indicated transportation

Accommodation based on twin sharing room for 1 night

Tent based on twin sharing for overnight stay during trekking time

All indicated meals (B: Breakfast; L: Lunch; D: Dinner)

Return train ticket (soft sleeper in 4-berth AC cabin)

Entrance fees

 

EXCLUDES:

Insurance

Pre and post trip accommodation

Private expenses

Drinks and Beverage

All other services not mentioned as inclusive

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Posted by on January 14, 2014 in Hanoi Sapa Tours

 

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