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CLIM FANSIPAN 2 DAY 1 NIGHT FROM SAPA

                                                              ( SAPA - FANSIPAN 3.143M - SAPA )

Day 1: Sapa – Fansipan Climb 2 day 1night (L,D)
We will pick you up from your hotel in Sapa, meet our "accompany crew" including tour guide and porters, who will bring all crucial equipments, food, water, tent.. and our clothing for the trip.
After breakfast we depart to Silver Waterfall, Tram Ton pass - from this highest pass in Vietnam, we start the challenging climb to the peak. 7 -8 hours through old forests, many small streams and bamboo forests on the way until you reach the top of 2,800m. We the best place to make an overnight camp and prepare for dinner.

As the first night for travellers surely it is amazing night on the magnificent mountain with your tour guide and porters in the same camp. The cozy fire and talk will sweep the cool weather away and you will enjoy this unforgettable moment in time. Overnight stay in house on mountain.

Day2: Fansipan – Sapa (B,L,) 3143 - down to Sapa
Wake in the morning to a light breakfast and then continue your climb to the summit 3 143M. At the top you will have realized your achievement. Take your time to enjoy yourself and take photos. After lunch you then descend to the foot of the mountain and our car will transfer you to your hotel in Sapa. The tour ends

What we prepare for you:

        Sleeping bag
        Sleeping mats
        Rucksack
        Plastic rain coat
        Torch / flashlight
        Water-bottle
        Water-filters (to purify drinking-water)
        Cooking-gear
        Plates, cups, forks, knives, spoons, and chop-sticks
        Tents (incl. Mosquito-net)
        First-aid kit

Equipment that you should bring

Besides your good health, the only thing you should bring yourself is a pair of good walking-boots, or another kind of solid foot-wear. You should have tried them out beforehand, and know that you can walk in them all through the day !

Essentials:
- Good hiking shoes (should be soft, well fitted and anti-slippery)
- 2 pairs of thick socks ( for use in the walking-boots)Sandals or light footwear ( for use in the evening )
- Sun-cream (with a high factor ; 10-20 )
-Mosquito repellent
-Hat or cap, with a shade
-Bathing suit
-Medicine for your own use (fever, bad stomach etc.)
- Warm jacket and pullover (expected to be very cold), preferable with head cover
- Rain coat (big enough to cover you backpack as well), cap, glasses
- Flash light
- Well-fitted gloves to help grab while trekking.
- First aid kit (aspirin, anti-biotic, salon pas, healing tape, energy pills...)
- Personal hygiene stuffs
-Towel
-Toilet requisites

Optionals:
- Sleeping bag (otherwise will be provided on spot)
- Insect spray (not really necessary in this season)
- Protectors for knees and ankles- Whistle (to alert in case of emergencies)

Additional tips:
- All belongings should be compact, light and just sufficient for the trek and to avoid unnecessary burden
- Clothing should be loose to make it easy for long treks
- Always stick to the group or local porters in case of assistance, don't deviate.
- Keep a good stable pace, no need to rush in any case. If you are ahead of the group,
slow down and wait for the company.
- Always provide yourself enough energy from the meals, particularly breakfast.
 From $110 USD per person, small group of 6
Included

Breakfast (day 2), lunch (every day), dinner (day 1), tour guide, transport, village entrance fees, snack, soft drink, sleeping bag rental, yoga mat rental, tent rental, 1.5L water/day, porter, standard national park levy (toilet, camping overnight, insurance, cooking, and park authority observer), Summiting Fansipan certificate, foot massage or herbal bath, gloves

Not Included

Personal travel insurance, tips.
You Should Bring

Strong and comfortable trekking shoes, waterproof jacket, suitable clothing, mosquito repellent.
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