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Conquer Fansipan summit 7 Days / 6 Nights


Highlight :

This is an important goal for any adventurous travelers. Mount Fansipan is the highest peak in Vietnam & in Indochina (at an altitude of 3143 m). Three days are required to trek to the summit and back. Tents, sleeping-bags and a local guide are essential. From the start, we transfer by car to Tram ton pass and start climbing up to the Mount Fansipan. The journey takes you through a bushy forest where you will experience a true adventure. The path is often steep up & down. We return on a different trail of Black H'mong people in Sin Chai village where we will meet the car to transfer back to Sapa. The trek is hard but it is worth our attempt when we can finally stand on the roof top of Vietnam, admiring the fantastic natural panorama of Vietnam!

Itinerary in brief :

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Day 1 : Hanoi – Lao Cai (by night train) on train None
Day 2 : A real climb starts Fansipan in camp B ; L ; D
Day 3 : Continue to climb in camp B ; L ; D
Day 4 : Continue to the Fansipan summit in camp B ; L ; D
Day 5 : Return to Sapa Hotel B ; L
Day 6 : Sapa – Lao Cai - Hanoi (by night train)  on train B
Day 7 : Hanoi   B


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