Fansipan mountain trekking 4 days


Highlights tour:

+ Lao Cai provice: Lao Cai, the end of the line so to speak, is right on the Vietnam–China border. The town was razed in the Chinese invasion of 1979, so most of the buildings are new. The border crossing here slammed shut during the 1979 war and only reopened in 1993.

+ Sapa town: Well, Sapa brings in peace in a fine, rugged scenery and cultural diversity… a very sweet time for us!” remarked a young couple after their honeymoon in Sa Pa.

+ Fansipan mountain: Mount Fansipan is Vietnam’s highest peak located in the far north just outside of Sapa. Mt. Fansipan a very steep mountain that gets a lot of moisture. Those looking to climb it should be in good shape and prepared to to have muddy wet feet. The scenery is incredible remember to bring a camera. For most of Vietnam having a rain coat is a little excessive because it is so warm. On the mountain having a rain coat is not a bad idea especially at night.

Draft itinerary:

Night 1: Hanoi – Lao Cai  by night train
Day 1: Lao Cai – Sapa, hike up to an elevation of 2900 meters (B,L,D)
Day 2: Summit and conquer Mt. Fansipan ( B, L,D)
Day 3: Back down to Sapa. Overnight in Hotel ( B, L)
Day 4: Sapa around - Lao Cai station (B)

Fansipan mountain trekking          Summit of Fansipan mountain

Fansipan mountain trekking          Red Dzao in Sapa



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