Fansipan Mountain, Sapa

#1 of 10 in Parks in Sapa
Must see · Mountain · Landmark
Vietnam’s tallest peak at 3,143 m (10,312 ft), Fansipan Mountain offers a challenging two- or three-day hike. The mountain range is home to over 2,000 flower species and over 300 animal species. A small village and overnight camp provide accommodation for weary travelers, and porters on guided hikes carry all required food and equipment. To visit Fansipan Mountain and other attractions in Sapa, use our Sapa trip app.
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  • SAPA town is nice. But Fansipan are simply too many concrete, an epic fail example of preserving nature. Not a “must” visit attraction.  more »
  • The modern train and the cable car rides to the summit of the Fansipan moutain were smooth even if the howling wind could be heard from the inside of the car. It was cold, windy and foggy but fun...  more »
  • Crowds and more crowds. Dont visit on weekends and holidays. Afternoons/evenings seem less crowded. Nice views if you get good weather. IMO good but not so special. Valley has better views.
  • It was a great experience that I had a chance to trek up to the great Fansipan mountain. It took me more than 8 hours to reach to the top. I started trekking since 5:30am. I enjoyed the pure nature so much. I went there in October, unfortunately it wasn’t a good weather for trekking at all. It was raining and foggy and unable to see blue sky.

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