21.30: Our guide of Hanoi Green Travel will pick you up at the hotel in the Hanoi Old Quarter departure to Sapa
The distance from Hanoi to Sapa is 345 km by expressway, so you only need about 6 hours to get to Sapa.
DAY 01: TREKKING TO VISIT Y LINH HO – LAO CHAI – TA VAN ( B / L /D )
4.00: Arrive to Sapa Town. You continue to sleep in the bus until 6.00 am
6.00 – 6.30: Our guide will pick you up at the bus station and go to the hotel
7.30: Have buffet breakfast then you will leave your big luggage in the hotel and prepare light pack for your trek. 12 km of trekking to visit 3 Villages with 2 different kind of minorities.
9.00: Trek 12km down to Muong Hoa Valley. (It is the most beautiful Valley in Sapa where the Local Hill Tribes live and work on the Rice Field Terraces)
10.00: Trek downhill through Y Linh Ho and Lao Chai Villages on a small trail for 3,5 hours to a sleep mountainside where the terraced rice paddies of an ethnic minority group
11.00: You will learn about the unique customs of black H’mong people.
12.30: Having lunch at local restaurant along the Lao Chai village
13.30: After lunch, we will continue trekking along the bottom of the valley to get to Ta Van village of the Dzay people to experience their way of life while staying in a local family’s cottage
14.30: Bus will transfer you to Sapa Town
15.30: Check in Hotel and free time to visit Sapa town
19.00: Have dinner in the restaurant
20.30: Free time to walk around Sapa town and overnight in the Hotel
7.00 – 8.00: Have breakfast in the hotel
8.00: Check out your hotel and store our luggage trekking
8.30: Our driver take to Cable Car station and spend 20 minutes with Cable Car to enjoy the spectacular scenery
9.30: Reach the altitude of 2800 m, you have good time to see and take photos, visit pagoda the spiritual destination and trek up to 600 steps you will reach the peak of Fansipan – the roof of Indochina ( 3143 m )
12.30 : Come back to Cable car station and return to Sapa town
13.15: Have lunch in the hotel
15.30: You will be transferred to Bus Station back to Hanoi.
22.00: Arrive Hanoi . Ends tour
|Hotel||3 Star||4 Star||5 Star|
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|Single Room||25 USD||35 USD||65 USD|
Lying on an altitude of 3,143m above sea level, the peak of Fansipan is dubbed the “Roof of Indochina”. Sun, clouds, wind and mountain seem to consist of a harmonious and colorful chorus. Gazing down the fairy scenery at sunrise as well as sunset would always be an unbeatable experience for those who love nature.
Surrounding Sapa are the Hoang Lien Mountains, dubbed the Kinkiness Alps by the French. These mountains include the often-cloud-obscured Fansipan (3143m), Vietnam’s highest peak. Fansipan is accessible year-round to sensibly equipped trekkers in good shape with a guide, but don’t underestimate the challenge. It is very wet, and can be perilously slippery and generally cold.
For the full satisfaction of earning that view, the summit of Fansipan is 19km by foot from Sapa. The terrain is rough and adverse weather is frequent. The round trip usually takes three days; some experienced hikers do it in two days, but you’ll need to be fit. After walking through hill-tribe villages on the first morning, it’s just forest, mountain vistas and occasional wildlife, including monkeys, mountain goats and birds. Weather-wise the best time is from mid-October to mid-December, and in March, when wildflowers are in bloom. Don’t attempt an ascent if Sapa’s weather is poor, as limited visibility on Fansipan can be treacherous.
No ropes or technical climbing skills are needed, just endurance. There are a few rudimentary shelters at a couple of base camps en route, but it’s better to be self-sufficient with sleeping bag, waterproof tent, food, stove, raincoat, compass and other miscellaneous survival gear. It’s important to carry out all your garbage, as some of the camps are now impacted by rubbish. Hiring a reputable guide is vital (and a legal requirement, some claim), and porters are also recommended.
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