TOURS TO SAPA AND OTHER TOURS, SAPA VIET NAM
Climbing Fansipan Summit
Hanoi
Sapa
4days
Sapa is a perfect back ground for trekking, hiking and climbing.
Mt. Fansipan is only 9 km from Sapa town but it takes at least three days to get to the peak and back. The top is accessible year-round to anyone, providing you are in good shape. As there are no mountain huts on the way, we will be camping. Our porters carry the equipment and food. No ropes or technical climbing skills are needed, just endurance and plenty of energy. The terrain is rugged, wet and often cold
Viet Nam North West Adventure
Hanoi
Sapa
6 days 5 nights
During this cultural expedition, you will enjoy the best of Northern Viet Nam in the areas of Mai Chau, Lai Chau and Sa Pa. The mountainous North West provides the perfect terrain for trekking routes. The Thai minority, a warm and friendly ethnic group, will welcome you into their homes and share their stilt house lifestyle. The roads wind precariously across the mountain ranges, capturing the intensely varied lifestyles of Vietnamese people. The final two days of your journey will be spent trekking to stay in minority villages around Sa Pa.
Conquer Fansipan Peak- Fansipan adventure
Hanoi
Sapa
3 days 4 nights
Phansipan (3143m) which named the rooftop of Indochina; is divided into two parts which having different ecological conditions: Northwest with Son La - Moc Chau tableland; and Northeast with mountains range as a convex bow-shaped toward the East and Southeast converge to Tam Dao mountain. We strongly suggest the 4days/ 3 nights climb for this adventure - unless you are very fit and eager to have some long and quite hard days of trekking! The climbs do not demand high technical skills of the climb.
Explore North west by motor bike
Hanoi
Sapa
7 days 6 nights
You are a good motor driver in your country - but try it to find out the difference with Vietnam road and Vietnam traffic style. An amazing experience, on the saddle of the motorbike, through 6 provinces stretched along the border with Lao and the border with China, meeting lots of colorful minorities, with trekking and visiting the local villages. And the most interesting thing is to visit the Sunday markets seeing the trading of the hill tribes.