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SAPA

CONQUEST FANSIPAN MOUTAIN & HEAVEN GATE

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.

 

SAPA HOMESTAY ADVENTURE 3 NIGHTS 2 DAYS

This trip includes a trek through the hills and valleys of the Sapa region, discovering several different minorities along the way. You will experience overnight accommodation in the hospitable villages of Giay and Tay ethnic minorities. The apparent hardships are worth it though as we walk through some of the most spectacular scenery that Vietnam has to offer and experience unique villages culture.

 

 

SAPA HARD TREKKING

 
Y Linh Hồ - Lao Chai - Ta Van - Giang Ta Chai - Ban Ho - Nam Toong
 

SAPA MEDIUM TREKKING

Cat Cat - Y Linh Ho - Lao Chai - Ta Van - Giang Ta Chai - Su Pan       

 

SAPA EASY TREKKING

 

Y Linh Ho - Lao Chai - Ta Van - Giang Ta Chai - Su Pan

 

 

SAPA 3 DAYS 4 NIGHTS

 

It is most likely that Sa Pa was first inhabited by highland minorities of the Hmong and Yao groups, as well as by smaller numbers of Tày and Giay. The Kinh (lowland Vietnamese) never originally colonised this highest of Việt Nam’s valleys, which lies in the shadow of Phan-Xi-Pǎng (Fansipan, 3143 meters), the highest peak in the countr