Sapa Trekking

Trek, camp and homestay in the Hoang Lien Natioanal Park

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Sapa Trekking

The mountain town of Sapa lies at 1500m in the north west of Vietnam close to the borders with China and Laos. The surrounding Hoang Lien National Park boasts Fansipan peak (3,147m), sweeping valleys, spectacular rice terraces and a network of villages best accessed by foot. On this trekking trip, students will make their way from Sapa town along the broad valley, staying in local homestays and camping along the way. Village activities include cooking classes and heritage crafts with minority people. The trip culminates with a breath-taking cable car ride to the peak of Mount Fansipan at 3,143 metres above sea level.

All our trips can be adapted or amended to meet the needs and curriculum requirements of students (IB/GSCE or other).

Contact us for a quote or to discuss your tailor-made trip. 

Key Info

Type: Trekking and culture
Duration: 7 days 6 nights
Best months: March to May or September to December
Age/Level: From 12 y/o+ /Grade 6+
Starts: Hanoi
Ends: Hanoi

From This Tour

Building community


We really got to know each other and our teachers on this trip.

Henry Behr (student), United Nations International School, Hanoi
Ba Vi Trip 2018

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