> Trek through dense forests, over the hills and mountain peaks
> Watch over the terraced fields and villages from a height of 3,143 meters
At 3,143 meters, Fansipan is the highest mountain in Vietnam and Indochina, hence it’s known as “the Roof of Indochina”. Although the summit can be reached by cable car since 2016, nothing compares to the thrill of walking through the forest, making your way to the top. On your way to the summit, you will enjoy wonderful views of northern Vietnam and its terraced fields. Join us in this adventure and discover the best of Sapa!
Sa Pa – Fansipan at 2200 meters
Early in the morning (9 am) we will meet you at your hotel in Sa Pa and drive to Silver Waterfall before reaching the highest mountain pass in Vietnam – Tram Ton Pass at 1950 meters above sea level. Spend time enjoying the natural environment before starting the challenging trek to the peak. We walk through unspoiled rainforest and jungle. After 5 hours of trekking, you will reach a height of 2200 meters where we will make tents, prepare dinner for ourselves and spend the first night on the mountain.
Fansipan campsite 2200 m
Discover The Summit 3143 Metres
We have breakfast at the camp then we climb to the summit, passing towering Yellow Bamboo forests. After approximately 4 hours you will be standing on the highest peak in Viet Nam, Mt. Fansipan, also known as ‘the roof of Indochina’. We spend 1 hour at the summit to enjoy magnificent and inspiring views, to the northwest are small village areas and splendid rolling mountains belonging to Lai Chau province, to the northeast, you will have a birds-eye view of Sa Pa town which can only be seen from this vantage point. Have lunch and then descend to the camp at 2200 meters to enjoy dinner.
Fansipan campsite 2200 m
Fansipan – Shin Chai – Sa Pa
After breakfast on the mountain, we will take a different route to the foot of the mountain. Here we will visit to understand the lifestyles and traditional customs of the Black H’mong people in the Sin Chai Village. You will have lunch along the way before driving back to Sa Pa.
All necessary transfers (bus, taxi, private transport, etc.) as described in the itinerary are included.
Accommodation in tents
During your trek, you will stay in tents. The crew will take care of setting up all camping equipment.
This trek includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
During your trek, you will at all times be accompanied by an English speaking guide.
The cost of permits to enter the national park during your trek is included in the price.
Porters will be there to assist with carrying all camping and other necessary equipment during your trek.
Enough drinking water will be provided during the trip.
Sleeping bag and liners
Sleeping bags and liners are provided.
Traveling to and from
This trip does not include costs for transportation (flights, bus travel, etc.) to your destination.
Gratuities for the guide are not covered by the trek's price. The amount to tip is at your discretion, yet if you've received excellent service from your guide, considering a generous tip is appreciated.
Your international travel insurance is your own responsibility. It is important that your travel insurance also covers adventures at a high altitude. Discuss your itinerary with the insurance company before your trek.
Accommodation before and after the trek
Before and after the trek you have to take care of your own accommodation.
Personal expenses such as souvenirs, drinks at the bar and other similar expenses are your own responsibility.