TREK FANSIPAN 4 NIGHTS 3 DAYS


 TREK FANSIPAN 4 NIGHTS 3 DAYS
2 nights in camping
Depart from Sin Chai - Back by Tram Ton Pass

Phansipan (3143m) which named the rooftop of Indochina; is divided into two parts which having different ecological conditions: Northwest with Son La - Moc Chau tableland; and Northeast with mountains range as a convex bow-shaped toward the East and Southeast converge to Tam Dao mountain. We strongly suggest the 4days/ 3 nights climb for this adventure - unless you are very fit and eager to have some long and quite hard days of trekking! The climbs do not demand high technical skills of the climb.

21: 00 Pickup at the hotel. Transfer to Hanoi Train Station for a night train SP1 at 22h00 to Sapa.
App. Accommodation: Overnight train.

Day 1: Sapa - Camp site

6h00 Pick up at the train station and tranfer to Sapa. 7h00 Arrive in Sapa ( a hot, quick shower is recommended) then having breakfast.


8.30 Leave for the Black Hmong village of SinChai in the bottom of the valley, walking about 3 hrs. Lunch in the forest. Continue to climb. 16.30 arrive at our campsite at approximately 2.050m. The tents are raised for your comfort and the guide are already busy preparing a well-deserved dinner. It is the time to enjoy the fresh air and the sounds of nature. Dinner and overnight in the tent


App. 7 hrs trekking * Meals: B-L-D * Accommodation: tent

Day 2: Fansipan Peak

Today is summit day, 7.00 start climbing upward. For the first 01 hour it's a little bit hard because of  cliffs but after that you will have an easy climb up and discover the variety of  trees in this Hoang Lien National Forest. Around noon we can put our hands on the marker and quietly enjoy the spectacular view towards Lai Chau, Laos and China. Enjoy the lunch in the top then back to our camp, relax, diner  and overnight in the tent.


App. 8 hrs trekking * Meals: B-L-D * Accommodation: Tent

Day 3: Fansipan Peak

After Breakfast start an easy climb down, Lunch in the forest before reaching Sapa. 14.00 arrive Sapa. Free for bathing. 16h00 Bus transfer to  LaoCai Train Station for the night train back  to Hanoi.


App. 5 hrs trekking * Meals: B-L-D * Accommodation: Overnight train.

Day 4: Hanoi

5.00 Arrive in Hanoi, end of the tour

 Group

 2 people

 

 

 

 Price

 

 

 

 

Tour Price

Number of Person in Group/Pax Tour cost per Person (in $US)

Inclusions 

·   Meals as mentioned

·   Entrance fees

·   English Speaking Tour Guide

·   Service Charge

·   Porter

·   Tent & Camping

·   Private car/van transfer

·   Train-tickets: Hanoi - Lao Cai - Hanoi (4 berth soft sleeper)

 Exclusions 

·   Drinks

·   Telephone

·   Laundry

·   Personal expenses

·   Tip

 

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