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    Conquering Fansipan by Cable Car System

    Tour Duration: 02 days / 03 nights
    Depart from: Hanoi to Sapa
    Tour Route: Hanoi - Sapa - Fansipan Submit - Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai – Ta Van – Sapa - Hanoi
    Tour Customizable: Absolutely! (Tell us your specific requirements in the inquiry form)
    Tour Price: Contact Us

    Tour overview:
    Conquering Fansipan Mountain, “The roof of Indochina” now easier than ever. With a cable car system just opened, you have only 15 minutes to the top.

    Fansipan Mountain is 3.143m high, located in Lao Cai province. Fansipan is the highest mountain of the Indochinese peninsula. It is located in the center of Hoang Lien Son range. Fansipan is away from Sapa town 9 km to the southwest. Fansipan Mountain has always been a meeting point for many climbers, adventurers and many visitors love conquer nature.

    Brief Itinerary:

    Night 1: Hanoi – Night train to Lao Cai
    Day 1: Lao Cai - Sapa - Fansipan - Sapa  (B,L, D)
    Day 2: Sapa – Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai – Ta Van – Sapa (B, L, D)
    Day 3: Lao Cai – Ha Noi


    Detail Itinerary

    Night 1: Hanoi – Night train to Lao Cai

    Conquering Fansipan 1
    21:00 Pick you up at the hotel in Hanoi Old Quarter and transfer to Hanoi station for night train to Lao Cai. Overnight on the train.

    Day 1: Lao Cai - Sapa - Fansipan - Sapa  (B,L, D)
     
    We will pick you up at Lao Cai railway station to take you up to the township of Sapa which takes approx one hour arriving at.
    After enjoying breakfast at your hotel.
    Around 8h30 the car will take you to Tram Ton which belongs to Hoang Lien Son natural reservation center at the height of 1,800m above sea level. You will follow the forest path with small bamboo trees along to start your conquering over Fansipan peak.
    Visit Fansipan Mountain by the cable car. As you know the cable car in Sapa is the world’s longest and highest cable car, running up from sleepy Sapa Town in Lao Cai Province to the peak of 3,143-meter Fansipan Mountain, known as Indochina’s rooftop. Enjoy the view from the highest point of this incredible mountain. The lush green and subtropical vegetation makes this mountain really very beautiful.
    You will enjoy lunch at Fansipan peak.
    After lunch you will have free time to take some pictures for unforgettable experience from the top.  After taking scenery then get cable car back to Sapa.
    Overnight at hotel in Sapa.

    Day 2: Sapa – Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai – Ta Van – Sapa (B, L, D)
     
    Enjoy your breakfast then check out of the room, then we will walk from Sapa towards Muong Hoa valley where we can admire magnificient landscapes and trek on a small trails going to Y Linh Ho village (with Black H’mong tribe).
    Trek through lush rice – terraces towards Lao Chai village, enjoy delicious lunch in the local house near by Muong Hoa River, experiencing Black H’mong people’s daily life and traditional culture. Next cross suspension bridges as you walk through Lao Chai village to Ta Van village inhabited by Zay minorities exhibiting strong Chinese culture. Bus ride returns to Sapa.
    Take a fresh shower in the hotel before heading to Lao Cai train station for the night train back to Ha Noi.
     
    Day 3: Lao Cai – Ha Noi
    Conquering Fansipan

    05:00 am – Arrive at Tran Quy Cap station (Ha noi). Our team will pick you up and transfer you to your hotel. End of service.

    Included

    All kind of transport as mentioned in the “inclusion” of each tour
    All accommodations as noted in the itinerary.
    Hotel accommodation based on twin/double sharing
    Transfer and transportation in Hanoi and Sapa
    Train tickets Hanoi – Sapa – Hanoi (4 soft berth/cabin shared – King Express Train or Similar train)
    Meals as specified in the itinerary (B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner);
    Entrance fees;
    English speaking guide;
    Activities as stated in the itinerary;

    Excluded

    Early and/or late check in at hotels unless otherwise stated;
    International airfares unless otherwise stated;
    Visa fee and visa arrangement fee;
    Meals other than specified in the itinerary;
    Drinks & personal expenses
    Gratuities and tips
    VAT tax
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