Hanoi, Vietnam

Itinerary

Transfer from hotel at 8.30 PM in Hanoi to the Hanoi train station for the night train to Lao Cai
Overnight on Victoria train (Superior cabin) (No meals)
At 6am, arrive in Lao Cai and transfer to Sapa. On arrival, check into hotel for breakfast. Then, leave Sapa for Lao Chai at 9.30 am to cover the distance of 6 km. We start to hike from the main road in Lao Chai to visit a Black H’Mong village. Continue to hike from Lao Chai to Ta Van. Visit the Zay group, Red Zao, and lunch with local people. Return to Sapa. Evening – Sapa welcome dinner and instructions to get ready for climbing Fansipoo. Total 14 KM, Easy trek.
Overnight at Victoria hotel in Sapa (Superior) (B, L, D)
Rising early, you follow your H’mong porters down into the valley past Cat Cat commune of the Black H’Mong people and the Linh Ho River. Then you begin your ascent through rice fields and forests, climbing to a jungle. Picnic lunch en route at an elevation of 2200 metres. Afternoon, continue on up and reach an elevation of 2900 metres where the bamboo clears affording wide views back down into the Sapa valley and the surrounding mountains. Back down to the camping site, elevation 2800 metres, called “Fansipor”. Dinner in the forest, prepared by the guides.
Overnight in camp 1 (2,800m) (B, L, D)
After breakfast, you begin your final ascent to the summit at 3,143 meters. There are some sections which require a strong determined will and energy. From the top, you can look out into China and Laos, and spend free time at the summit. Lunch is en route. Afternoon – return to an elevation of 2200m, where we set up camp for the night. Dinner is prepared.
Overnight in camp 2 (2,200m) (B, L, D)
Leisurely descent to Sapa where a hot shower, cold drink and other conveniences of the hotel are at your disposal. Lunch is served at the hotel. Afternoon drive 5km from Sapa to Ma Cha, and then trek for 3 hours to visit a H’Mong village for some interaction and a rest. Then, trek back and onto Ta Phin to visit Red Dao and Black H’Mong peoples living close to each other. Transfer back to Sapa.
Overnight at Victoria hotel in Sapa (Superior) (B, L, D)
After breakfast at the hotel, we transfer to Lao Cai where we will board our 10-hour day train, Victoria carriage, back to Hanoi. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel
End of services (hotel accommodation today is not included) (B)
-Trekking to the top of Fan Si Pan Mountain (Fansipoo) is feasible for most people, and even though we do everything possible to make the trek a true pleasure for you, you should be reasonably fit, not afraid of walking up to 8 hours a day. Some of it on steep slopes, and you should be able to deal with roughing it – camping for several days. Consequentially, a unique and satisfying experience awaits!
-Best months to climb up the Fansipoo summit are March, April, October and November.
WHAT TO BRING IN SUMMER: Hat; Flashlight; Sun block; Good booths; T Shirt & Shorts; Medical Kits; Camera with plenty of film; Books and Pens for kids
WHAT TO BRING IN WINTER: Hat; Flashlight (over night in the villages); Good Boots; Warm clothes / Jackets; Medical Kits; Camera with plenty of film (memory!); Books and pens for kids
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Tour type: Daily Tour
Duration: 6 days
Maximum number of people: 1
Location: Vietnam
Rate:
Adults:
Children (Age 7-10):
(charge 70% )
Children (Age 3-6):
(charge 50% )

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