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From Hanoi: Two-Day Sapa Tour with Fansipan Peak Visit

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Activity provider: Go Asia Travel

From Hanoi: Two-Day Sapa Tour with Fansipan Peak Visit

Activity provider: Go Asia Travel
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From US$ 139 per person

Travel by express bus from Hanoi to Sapa on a 2-day tour. Explore Cat Cat village and take a cable car up to Fansipan Peak – the Roof of Indochina.

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  • Trek to Cat Cat village and meet a Black H'Mong family
  • Take a cable car to the top of Fansipan Peak
  • Explore the town of Sapa during your free time
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Enjoy a 2-day tour from Hanoi to Sapa, visiting Cat Cat village and taking a cable car up Fansipan Peak – the Roof of Indochina. Detailed Itinerary Day 1: Hanoi – Sapa – Cat Cat village (Meals: lunch, dinner) Depart Hanoi for Sapa in the early morning. Stop for short breaks in Phu Tho province and Lao Cai city before arriving in Sapa town. Enjoy a welcome drink and lunch with local Vietnamese dishes. Trek to Cat Cat village, the home of the Black H’Mong people. See the Cat Cat waterfall and the hydrofoil constructed by the French during the 19th century. Visit a local H’Mong family and learn about their culture and customs. Head back to Sapa town for dinner. Overnight in your Sapa hotel. Day 2: Sapa – Fansipan Peak – Hanoi (Meals: breakfast, lunch) After breakfast, travel to the cable car station and take the 20-minute cable car ride up Fansipan. Admire the spectacular scenery, visit the pagoda, and climb the 600 steps to the peak, known as the Roof of Indochina. Return to Sapa town and have lunch at the hotel. Enjoy time to explore Sapa on your own before heading back to Hanoi.
  • Round-trip bus ticket between Hanoi and Sapa
  • Guide/driver
  • 2 bottles of water on the bus
  • Round-trip ticket for the cable car between Sapa and Fansipan
  • Double/twin room in a 3-star hotel (twin-sharing basis)
  • 2 lunches, 1 dinner, and 1 breakfast
  • All entrance tickets (to sites indicated in the description)
  • Tour guide at Cat Cat and to the cable car station
  • Government tax
  • Drinks
  • Tips for tour guides and drivers
  • Travel insurance

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Meeting point

The tour operators bus station: No. 206 Tran Quang Khai Street, Hanoi.

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Important information

Know before you go

  • Be sure to bring warm clothes, a scarf, and a hat as the weather in Sapa is pretty unpredictable. It is normally cold from September through March. Due to the altitude, it can be foggy from December through March
  • Trekking shoes, sunglasses, sun cream, and insect repellent are also recommended
  • Remember to bring any needed medication with you
  • You should bring cash in Vietnamese Dong because the banking system in Sapa sometimes does not function well; U.S. dollars, Euros, and Australian dollars are accepted in Sapa
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4.2 /5

based on 39 reviews

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We opted for the 2d1n tour to sapa including cat cat village and fansipan peak. Cat cat village was amazing and so was fansipan except for the weather we got while up there. You spend 6-7hrs on the bus one way but it’s totally worth it. Because of the travel time I try and do the 2 nights 3 days if you can and there’s plenty to do while up there. Our tour guide and organiser were very helpful, harry came to the bus in hanoi to make sure we got on okay and that we were all ready to go which was nice.

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June 17, 2022

Really fun and activity packed. The sleeper bus was relaxing. Our hotel Chapa Dew was only okay and food was ordinary but location was close to city center. Amazing experience to be surrounded by a sea of clouds. Local female Hmong Tourist guide was excellent and very accommodating. Speaks good English. This tour is worth it!

January 7, 2020

We booked this excursion with the idea of visiting rice paddies and climbing a mountain peak with good views. The rice fields we saw from afar. In return they took us on a walk through a villa full of local shops, which is fine if you want to buy some local product, but for me it was left over. Although then the waterfall area was fine. Of course, all full of tourists. The next day was the excursion to the Fansipan. The weather did not accompany us since it was all cloudy, but it gave a mysterious air to everything that was very cool. Full of tourists also by the way. The hotel was fine, several local dishes were served along with rice, and the staff is quite attentive. Very nice guides, dressed in their traditional costumes. In general it was good but very touristy, full of people.

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November 3, 2019

Product ID: 123551