Fansipan peak (by cable car) & Silver Waterfall

Located in remote mountainous areas of northern Vietnam, Sapa is 1650 meters high above sea level. Sapa Vietnam is famous for its exquisiteness, rugged mountainous landscape and cultural diversity. ... Sapa also has the highest mountain peak in Vietnam – Fansipan Peak.

Full itinerary

Day 1 Sapa - Fansipan peak (by cable car) – Silver Waterfall

Our guide and van pick you up at hotel lobby. Transfer to the Cable car station by funicular through Muong Hoa Valley or by van/coach, Take a cable car to Fansipan peak. Fansipan peak is 3.143m high, the highest mountain of the Indochinese peninsula (including Laos & Cambodia). It take 15 mins by carble car and climbing about 600steps to reach the peak (You can choose to take the funicular to the peak at 3.5USD/way, or climbing stairs).

From Fansipan peak, enjoy the view of: Hoang Lien Son majestic wild forest, and mountain ranges, and Muong Hoa Valley.

If you choose to walk down, you can stop to visit Bao An Thien Tu, Bich Van Thien Tu, the huge copper Buddha Statue & Guanyin Statue. (If you take the Funicular down, you need to climb up few stairs).

Lunch at restaurant near Cable car station.

In the afternoon, visit Thac Bac (Silver Waterfall). Best time to visit Silver Waterfall in the summer because the water pours down strongly from June to October. Climb stairs about 15mins to the point of view, you’ll be impressed by the waterfall like a white dragon diving into the stream and the stunning scenery of the surrounding mountains.

Transfer back to Sapa town.

Price and Condition

Service include:

  • Transportation with air conditional
  • Tour guide service (English/ Chinese speaking)
  • Entrance fee
  • Vietnamese lunch
  • Drinking water 2 bottle per pax/day
  • Cable car ticket to Fansipan mountain (exclude funicular to the top)

Price and Condition

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