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  1. Vietnam
  2. Lao Cai Province
  3. Sa Pa

2-Day Fansipan Mountain Trek - Indochina's Highest Peak

Product ID: 127586
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Trek to the peak of Fansipan Mountain, one of highest mountains in Southeast Asia. Fansipan offers some of the finest trekking trails that can be found on the Indochina Peninsula. Gaze at the breathtaking views from the path to, and from, the summit.
About this activity
Duration 2 days
Skip the ticket line
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
English
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Experience the exciting climb to the highest peak in Vietnam
  • Admire nature, majestic mountains and forests of the national park on your trek up the mountain
  • Learn more about indigenous customs and people from your guide on the way
  • Marvel at the views from the summit in the early morning
Full description
Day 1: Sapa – Tram Ton – 2200 meters - 2800 meters

You will be picked up between 5.30 - 6.00 AM from the train or bus station and taken to Sa Pa for your breakfast and a hot shower. You will have some time to relax and discover Sa Pa Town by yourself before you begin your trek. At 9.00 AM, the driver will take you to the Tram Ton pass, the starting point for the ascent of Mount Fansipan. Get to know your baggage porter from the Black Mong people, who will carry the food and your sleeping bag up the mountain.

Conquer the highest mountain in Vietnam with an altitude of 3143 meters. You will pass through forests of pine and bamboo and along different streams in a cool climate. Besides the hiking, this is also a good opportunity for you to learn from your tour guide about the indigenous people of Sa Pa, such as the Black Mong, Red Dzao and Dzay. They are all minority groups living in the area. Around noon, you will reach 2200 meters, where you can enjoy a picnic lunch prepared by the tour guide and porter. After a rest, you will continue the trek to your sleeping point at 2800 meters, which you will reach around 4.00 PM. There will be time to rest or explore the surroundings of your tent, while your tour guide and porter prepare dinner for you. Enjoy dinner at 6.30 PM and take advantage of an early night's rest.

Day 2: 2800 – Summit – 2800 meters – Tram Ton – Sa Pa.

Enjoy an early breakfast at 5.00 AM with a cup of hot tea or coffee, before continuing the trek through the bamboo forest and approaching the top of the mountain, where the vegetation becomes less and less. At 7.30 AM, you will have arrived at the summit. Congratulations, you are at the top of the mountain and can marvel at the sunrise and experience the great feeling of standing on the highest peak in Vietnam. You will be rewarded with great views over the valleys of Sa Pa and Lai Chai Province. You can even see the mountains in Yunan Province in China. Begin your descend from the top around 8.00 AM and enjoy a picnic lunch on the way down to the Tram Ton. Between 3.30 - 4.30 PM you will arrive in Tram Ton, where a car will be waiting to take you back to Sa Pa. The opportunity to take a shower at the office is provided, before taking the bus or train back to Hanoi.
Includes
  • English-speaking tour guide
  • 2 lunches, 1 dinner and 2 breakfasts
  • 1.5 liters of water a day
  • Entrance fee and sleeping bag
  • Porter to carry your food and sleeping bag
  • Bus back to Sa Pa
  • Shower
What’s Not Included
  • Travel insurance
  • VAT
  • Personal expenses
  • Beverages
  • Cable car ticket (600 000 VND)

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

Meeting point is the office at 8.00AM: 015 Tue Tinh st, Sapa, Lao Cai, VietNam

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Important information
Know before you go
• Please inform of dietary requirements such as allergies or vegetarian food requests
• Elderly people are advised not to do the long trek (26 kilometers)
• The trek is not suitable for those with disabilities and children under 17
• If you feel tired, you can ask your tour guide to buy a cable car ticket for the descent (additional 700 000 VND)
• Single travelers pay 230 USD for a private tour
Customer reviews
Overall rating
4.0 / 5
based on 4 reviews
Review summary
Service
5.0/5
Organization
5.0/5
Value for money
4.0/5
Safety
5.0/5

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Vietnam Nomadtrails

Product ID: 127586