FANSIPAN- The highest peak mountain Indochina peninsula

Fansipan itself is an attraction of Sapa area as well as Northern Vietnam. The peak is part of Hoang Lien Son mountain range, which is under the protection of Hoang Lien National Park. The trip offers you an opportunity to explore the beautiful nature and challenge yourself.

Fansipan Mount located in Lao Cai province in Northwest Vietnam, 9 km southwest of Sa Pa Township in the Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range, Fansipan is the highest mountain in Vietnam as well as in the Indochina Peninsula. Hence, it is branded as "the Roof of Indochina" with 3143m summit. Its name which is pronounced roughly by local people as "Hua Xi Pan" means "the tottery giant rock". Fansipan is branded "the Roof of Indochina".

The floral system within Fansipan mountain is very diverse with many precious species and it’s also the ideal environment for flowers, such as orchids, roses, etc. There are 643 species of orchids in Vietnam and Fansipan itself owns 330 species. At the mountain foot is many trees growing in bushes which create the name for its own places, such as Coc Leu for “Place of Rice tree”, Coc San for “Place of jackfruit trees”. From this place to elevation of 700m is the tropical belt with the dense forest, bushwood. Above 700m, there are many rare wood in this area, high 50-60m, especially pomu wood and azalea are the most popular representative of this area. From 2,800 altitude, clouds suddenly disappear, the sky is clear and blue. Because of the tough condition of high pressure and strong wind at this altitude, the vegetation must stick themselves into stones. The ground is covered by short bamboo at 25 to 30-metre height with bare stems with few leaves on top. The peak is accessible all year round but the best time for the trek to the mountain is from mid-October to mid-November, and again in March when wildflowers are in bloom. An ascent to the summit can be made by the Fansipan Tourism Agencies or by mountain-climbers themselves with the local guides. It usually takes 3 days for a round trip, but this can be reduced to only 2 days for seasoned hikers. The route may start from Hanoi to Lao Cai by train over long distances over 330 km, then from Lao Cai to Sapa by car.

There are three popular routes to conquer Fansipan, with the starting point is Tram Ton pass, Cat Cat ethnic village or Sin Chai; in which Sin Chai route is said to be the most beautiful but the most dangerous also. Almost all tourists choose Tram Ton pass as the starting point of the climb because it is the easiest way.

Climbing to Fansipang is so interesting. Over 2000m, mild climate in the period is certainly a great support for travelers’ endeavors to reach the highest peak in Indochina. Adding in the atmospheric blankets of cloud and mist covering trees and mountains as well as beautiful flowers, including the pink and white do quyen in blossom. Continuing to climb up about 5 or 6m, the sky is clear, low temperature and the weather is cold. Coming here, you will have a chance to have a panorama view . From this highest point, people can have panoramic view of the whole area of Sapa, where the evergreen forest, blossoms of flowers and majestic landscape of the mountains. At the height of 2,963m, there is a milestone marking the year 1905 when French people conquered this peak remarks.

It takes three days to conquer the Fansipang  Mountain. In the first day, The journey start from Sapa to 2,200 m of altitude. Jeep to silver waterfall, Tram Ton pass - from this highest pass in Vietnam, starts the strenuous climb to the peak. 8 hours through primitive forest, many small streams and bamboo forests…reach the top of 2,200m, make tents, and prepare for dinner. This is the 1st night for travelers, guide and porters to seat friendly close to each others beside the fire to enjoythe tasty moment that all have once in the life of experience. The second day is from 2,200 m Fansipan to 2,800m. A hard climb heads up to the top the summit. At the top you will be thevanquisher. Take your time to enjoy yourself, take pictures and your lunch then descend the same way down to2,700m for camping and cooking some thing for congratulation winners-over night there. In the last day, from 2,8000 to Sin Chai-Sapa, take another way to go down to the foot of the mountain-Stop by Spring for Shower and have lunch before going to visit  SinChai Village after take a Jeep back to Sapa.

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