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294 reviews

Khai is punctual and came with a motorbike. He brought snacks and prepared very nice fried rice for lunch. He was flexible with the plan and looked out for my safety all the time.


A very fruitful experience with Mr Su, he is very knowledgable and enthusiastic. Every miscellaneous item is well taken care of from permit to transportation and lunch and supplies.

Very happy I made suc...


Tu was a fantastic guide! We worked very well together. He was informative and seemed happy to be there, supportive too. Will highly recommend to friends!

Valeriya Kuvshinova and Noah Thacker

Khai was friendly and approachable. He will keep the trekking speed based on your stamina.

Chee Jian

Khai took great care of us on our one day hike up Fansipan. Despite the wet and cold weather, he was very patient and guided and paced us really well. Would recommend him in a heartbeat!

Zhang Jingyi

Khai (my guide) was incredibly patient, helpful and capable. During our Fansipan climb, he paced me brilliantly, made awesome pho during our lunch stop, and shared things about Sapa and his life that made the cl...


It was a great experience booking with Sapa Natives Trekking. We kept in close touch before the trip; they made sure to confirm the exact venue (found out they called my hotel reception), had the food ready, and...


Than was great! Nice guy. Easy to communicate with.

Roy Tandy

Helpful Questions

What is Mount Fansipan?
Mount Fansipan is the highest mountain in Vietnam, located in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range in the northwestern part of the country. With an elevation of 3,143 meters (10,312 feet), Mount Fansipan is often referred to as the "Roof of Indochina". The mountain is known for its stunning views, challenging terrain, and unique flora and fauna.
What can I expect to see on Mount Fansipan?

Mount Fansipan offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape, including the Hoang Lien Son mountain range and the rice paddies of the Muong Hoa Valley. The mountain is also home to a unique ecosystem, with over 2,000 plant species and a variety of wildlife, including birds, primates, and small mammals.

The trek up the mountain also passes through several ethnic minority villages, providing visitors with a glimpse into the traditional way of life in the region.

At the summit, climbers can take in panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, making the climb a truly unforgettable experience.

How can I climb Mount Fansipan?

Climbing Mount Fansipan requires a certain level of physical fitness and experience, but it is possible to do so with the help of a guide.

You can choose to do the climb in one day, or you can choose to stay overnight on the mountain before descending the next day.

The most popular route is the Tram Ton Pass, which starts from the town of Sapa and takes approximately 12-14 hours to complete. Along the way, climbers will encounter a variety of terrain, including steep inclines, rocky paths, and dense forests. It is recommended to hire a local guide or join a tour group, as the trail can be challenging to navigate and the weather can change quickly.

Alternatively, if you want to do an easier version of the Mount Fansipan trek, you can trek up (about 6-7 hours) and take the cable car down. It's still challenging but it's only a day trek instead of an overnight trek, and very doable for beginners.

Where are the must-dos in Sapa?
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