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The roof of Indochina challenger 4 days/ 3nights
Fansipan is Vietnam's highest peak located in the far north just outside of Sapa. Fansipan a very steep mountain that gets a lot of moisture. Those looking to climb it should be in good shape and prepared to to have muddy wet feet The scenery is incredible remember to bring a camera. For most of Vietnam having a rain coat is a little excessive because it is so warm. On the mountain having a rain coat is not a bad idea especially at night. The trails around Sapa are a lot of fun. You will get the chance to go through some minority vilages if you have the time to explore. The people in Sapa are extremely nice.
 
Getting started: Our bus pick up at your hotel and take you to Hanoi Railway Station
 
Inclusive tour price:
Food (All meals on the tour , English speaking guide, Porters (Only carry the foods, tents, sleeping bags), Entrance fees, Security permits, Accommodation (Tents or in mountain), Tents, canvas, sleeping bags, Private van as the program , Train Ticket from/to Ha Noi
 
Excludes:
Hotel in Sapa, Insurance, Drinks, Phone calls and other private expenses, VAT
The roof of Indochina challenger 4 days/ 3nights
Itinerary

Day1: Sapa – Headquater – Camp 1 (2400m) (B/L/D)
(Approximately 4 hours of trekking)
After breakfast, we will drive to Mt Fansipan Headquater (1080m), where our conquest  starts. The first part is quite easy. Start the trek by following the buffalo paths, crossing streams, trekking through a bamboo forest and passing one of the villages of the H’mong minority people until an elevation of 1,500m. Stop for lunch. The second part of the trail begins to see lots of greenery along the trail, hills, ridges before arriving at Camp 1 (2,400m). Check into our campsite while our team prepare for dinner. Overnight in tents.
 
Day 2: Camp 1 – Camp 2 (2900m) (B/L/D)
(Approximately 5 hours of trekking) 
After breakfast we set out for the five-hours trek to our second camp. As we continue on we will pass through primary forest containing giant, centuries old pine trees and expanses of yellow bamboo. Enroute stop for lunch and rest. After lunch we trek to an elevation of 2,900m, where we set up camp for the second night in view of the summit. Overnight in tents.
 
Day 3: Camp 2 – Summit (3143m) – Camp 1 (B/L/D)
(Approximately 6 hours of trekking)
After breakfast, we will begin our final ascend to the summit at 3,143m, the highest mountain of Indochina, where you can celebrate your victory. Enjoy the magnificent views before trek back to camp 1. Stop for lunch enroute, after which we will slowly descend all the way downhill through rainforest to Camp 1 at 2,400m. Dinner and overnight in tent.
 
Day 4: Camp 1 – Sapa – LaoCai (B/L/D)
(Approximately 4 hours of trekking)
Our journey down hill will take about 4 hours, with lunch en route before arriving at the starting point. After which transfer to hotel for shower, free at your own leisure till time to transfer to LaoCai to catch the night train back to Hanoi (4 to a cabin)  
 
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