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Trekking Mountain Fansipan in 5 days

Biking & Trekking

Trekking Mountain Fansipan in 5 days



Tucked high in Vietnam’s remote northern mountains, close to the Chinese border, the former French military outpost of Sapa offers some of Vietnam’s most colorful experiences. Admire the scenic beauty of highlands and green valleys in your 5-days trekking tour to Mount Fansipan Vietnam.

Vietnam’s highest peak, the 3,143-metre Mount Fansipan, looms over the surrounding valleys, which feature terraced rice paddies and blazing green fields divided by fast-flowing sparkling silvery streams. Gaze at the layers upon layers of green ridges fading into the distance, edged by sharp, rocky peaks. The region is a home to several ethnic minority groups, all wearing their traditional and colorful attire. Mt. Fansipan and its surrounding natural luxury is the pride of Sapa town. Trek through the lush greeneries, vibrant markets to meet the locals in distant secluded villages cuddling on mountain tops.

Tour Included:

  • All transportation in air-conditioned vehicles
  • English speaking guide
  • Accommodation in Sapa based on twin share basis with daily breakfast & local homestays
  • Cook
  • Porters
  • Additional meals as indicated in the itinerary
  • Fees and permits where applicable
  • Services charges and government tax

Tour Excluded:

  • International airfares
  • International departure tax
  • Visas and visa fees
  • Pre and post trip accommodation in Hanoi
  • Entry fees and permits during free time
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Personal expenses
  • Peak season surcharge if any
  • Travel insurance
  • Compulsory Gala dinner on X-Mas & New Year if any
  • Vietnam visa stamp fee (US$45 & 2 passport photos per person)
  • Other services not mentioned above.


Day 1. Hanoi - Sapa (D)

Your adventure starts with the drive to the mountain town of Sapa. The journey to Sapa will take the better part of a day, but the drive is worthwhile, as the scenery on your northward journey into the highlands is both dramatic and breathtaking. Arriving in Sapa late in the afternoon, you will check into your hotel and use the remainder of the day to take a short walk around town. This evening you will dine at one of the local restaurants before an overnight stay in Sapa.


Day 2. Cat Cat - Ta Phin Villages - Sapa (B/L)

You will enjoy breakfast and a new day in the mountains. You will walk to Cat Cat village, set in a beautiful valley just outside Sapa. Cat Cat is home to the H'mong people. Following lunch in Sapa, you will drive to Ta Phin Valley, home to Black H'Mong and Red Dao. Dao women are particularly striking as they wear a large red turban often covered with old coins or jewelry. They also shave their hair and eyebrows. Tonight, you will spend the second night in your hotel in Sapa.

Day 3. Sapa- Ta Van-Lao Chai Hill tribe Villa

You will have a full day trek from Sapa town which will take you along buffalo paths and trails, as well as through several hill tribe villages. This is an absolutely spectacular walk through stunning scenery, inhabited by some of the friendliest people you will meet. Stopping for a picnic lunch on the way, you will spend the night with a family in Ta Van Village, inhabited by the Dai ethnic minority.


Day 4. Su Phan-Ban Ho Village (B/L/D)

After enjoying breakfast, you will depart for a 2-hour trek to Su Pan Village, home of Red Dao. Then it's on to Ban Ho Village, home to the Tay people. You will stay overnight in their traditional longhouse on stilts.


Day 5. Ban Ho - Sapa - Hanoi (B/L)

Bidding farewell to your graceful host in Ban Ho and begin your return journey to the capital. You will arrive back in Hanoi by late afternoon.


You can take a night train from Lao Cai back to Hanoi. The train departure is at 21:30 from Lao Cai.

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