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Fansipan Climbing Sin Chai Route 4Days 5Nights
Fansipan Climbing Sin Chai Route 4Days 5Nights
: 10.699.000 VNĐ
: 4Days 5Nights
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At 3143m Mt. Fansipan is the highest peak in Vietnam and the entire Indochina peninsula. This remote trek provides plenty to see and absorb, from the scattered rocks inscribed with drawings and designs of unknown origin, to the French influenced hill retreat town of Sapa with its minority groups, beautiful villas and cherry forests.
Our trek to the top of Mt. Fansipan is challenging and will be fully supported every step of the way by our guides, porters and cooks who's local knowledge and understanding of the different hill-tribe cultures we pass along the way will add to the uniqueness of this exhilarating journey.
Location: Fansipan Mountain is located 9km south-west of Sapa Townlet in the Hoang Lien Mountain Range.
Characteristics: The topography of Fansipan is varied. Muong Hoa Valley, at the lowest altitude (950-1,000m), is created by a narrow strip of land at the base on the east side of the mountain.
Geologists say the Hoang Lien Mountain Range, with Fansipan as its highest peak, did not emerge in the mountainous North West of Vietnam until the neozoic period (circ. 100 million years ago). Fansipan, a rough pronunciation of the local name "Hua Xi Pan" means "the tottery giant rock". The French came to Vietnam and in 1905 planted a landmark telling Fansipan's height of 3,143m and branded it "the Roof of Indochina". Very few people climbed to the top of Fansipan at the time. Then came the long years of war and Fansipan was left deserted for hunting and savaging. The trail blazed by the French was quickly overgrown by the underbrush.
It takes six or seven days to reach the 3,143m summit, the highest peak of the Indochina Peninsula.
In 1991, Nguyen Thien Hung, an army man returned to the district town and decided to conquer Fansipan. Only on the 13th attempt did Hung, with a H'Mong boy as his guide, conquer the high peak by following the footsteps of the mountain goats. Scaling the height was meant to satisfy his eager will and aspiration to conquer the mountain without expecting that his name would be put down in the travel guidebook. After that a travel agency in Sapa started a new package tour there. It seemed the Fansipan Tour was meant only for those who wished to test their muscular power..
The summit of Fansipan is accessible all year round, but the best time to make the ascent is from mid-October to mid-November, and again in March.
Foreigners like best to book Fansipan tours between October and December, as this period is more often than not free from the heavy rains that obstruct the jaunt. But the Vietnamese prefer their tours to the peak of the mountain from February to April, as it is not so cold then. However, the best time for the trek to the mountain is from the end of February to the start of March, when the flowers all flourish and the climbers may behold the carpets of brilliant blossoms, violets and orchids, rhododendrons and aglaias.
Conquer Fansipan Peak:
8.00 pm: We depart Thien Tan Travel  Sales Office to Hanoi Railway Station to catch the night train (soft sleeper with air conditioning) to Lao Cai.
Day 1:   Sapa - Fansipan (5 hours trekking) (B, L, D)
5.00 am: Arrive in Lao Cai and be transferred by shuttle bus to Sapa, which gives yours eyes a massage with the endless blue sky and colorful terraced paddy field. The road is curved around the mountain and you will just go from one surprised to another. The further you go, the closer you are to the sky and to nature.
On arrival, you will stop by our office and leave your luggage and possibly take a shower in our partner hotel’s waiting room
7.00 am: Have breakfast at a local restaurant and start the trip to conquer the roof of Vietnam and Indochina – Fansipan peak
At about 9.30 a.m. Take bus to the highest pass in Vietnam – TramTon Pass located at 2100m above the sea level (17 km by bus). Before transferring to Vietnam highest pass - Tram Ton at 2100m above the sea level. You will visit the Silver Waterfall where you will be able to take a short walk to the waterfall. Then, you will start the strenuous trek to the highest peak of roads in Vietnam. From there you can see Fansipan, the highest peak of Indochina mountains as well as enjoy stunning views. The trek will be relatively soft until lunchtime. 
1.00 p.m: After a couple of hours of hiking, you will have a break at a nice spot in the forest and enjoy a good lunch at around 2000m ASL
2.00 p.m: With new energy you start ascending as well as descending towards the campsite.
3.00 p.m: You will arrive to the campsite at 2200m ASL. Now it is time to relax and enjoy a well prepared dinner, make tents and spend the first night in the mountain.
Approx: 0,5 hour driving/ 5 hours trekking/ 1 hour lunch.
Day 2: Conquer Fansipan (hours trekking) (B, L, D)
4.30 a.m:  Have breakfast
5.00 am: You climb to the top (after 6 hours), where you can celebrate your victory. From there, you can enjoy the best view to beautiful sceneries. Spend 1/2 or 1 hour enjoying the splendid landscapes from around the mountain, at this virginal roof of Vietnam and Indochina is a specious chance for you to enjoy watching the surroundings: to the North-West is small village areas belonging to Laichau province, the splendid rolling mountains; to the North East is the overall picture of Sapa town which is only seen from here.
11.00 a.m: After lunch, you start your journey back.
11.30 am: You follow the trail down to the mountain campsite at 2800m ASL
1.30 p.m: Have lunch and then return down to the same point for 2nd night in the mountain.
2.30 p.m: Trek down to the same place to overnight.
6.00 pm: Arrive 2200m ASL. Dinner is served at the tents. Overnight here
Approx: 0,5 hour driving/ 7 hours trekking/ 1 hour lunch.
Day 3: Fansipan - Sapa (4 hours trekking) (B,L,D)
8.00 a.m: After the last breakfast in the mountain, take another way to go down to the foot of Mount where to visit and get understandings of the lifestyles, the traditional customs of the people in a village of the Black H’mong called SinChai, 12.00: Arrive Sin Chai, there are about 1.400 Black H’mong people are living here. Their houses scattered on mountain side. Sin Chai people’ life is simple, they earn their living by farming, dying indigo, planting flax, weaving fabric. Their houses are traditional characteristics of the H’mong: wooden buiding, ground foundation and cooking fire with coal.
Then take bus back to Sapa (18 km by bus). Lunch and check in hotel
Day 4: Sapa – Lao Cai – Hanoi (B, L, D)
8.00 a.m: After breakfast, take a walking tour of Sapa for a visit to the busy market where Red Dao, Black & Flower H'Mong, Tay and other ethnic minority people converge from the surrounding countryside to sell their silverware and handicrafts, vegetable, bamboo shoot, mushroom, medicinal herbs and souvenirs..
At your free time, you could go up to Ham Rong peak where you are able to experience a stunning vista over the charming Sapa town. This is a great chance for some unforgettable photos! This is recommended for the good weather afternoon only (Entrance fee is not included)
1.00 p.m: Have lunch at local restaurant.
The rest few hours in the afternoon is for freshen up, packing and rest before leaving Sapa for Lao Cai station to take the overnight train back, which arrive in Hanoi early next morning and ends the trip.
6.00 pm: Bus departs Thien Tan  Office in Sapa for Lao Cai
7.00 p.m: Dinner at Lao Cai station
8.20 p.m: Night train back to Hanoi
5.00 a.m: Tour ends at Hanoi Railway Station

Tour includes
  • Transfer from the hotel to Hanoi Railway station.
  • Roundtrip transfer between Lao Cai and Sapa.
  • Return train tickets Hanoi – Lao Cai – Hanoi.
  • 2 nights at 3* hotel in Sapa .
  • Full board meals .
  • Tours and activities as stated above .
  • Security permits .
  • English speaking guide.
  • Entrance fees.
Tour excludes
  • Travel insurance .
  • Extra food and beverages .
  • Phone and laundry.
  • Tips and personal expenses.
Tour Notes
  • Breakfast in hotel : Buffet(plentiful and variety food) .
  • Bring walking shoes, Raincoat, Jacket, extra clothes, torch, insect repellent and Sunscreen.
  • Train departure from Ha Noi at 9'15PM and from Lao Cai at 20'45PM.
  • Pick you up at your hotel at 8'00PM .
  • Please take your passport to check in hotel.
  • Beware of your luggage and money .
  • Inform in advance if you are vegetarian.
  • All customers must obey the order of your tour guide for your safety.
  • Passengers are advised not to take along big luggage for convenience.
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