Sapa easy trekking
Trekking in Sapa will take you nearly two days, bringing you a brief understanding and its tribal residents while watching the stunningly beautiful natural vistas. From Sapa town, tourists will depart for a walk to Muong Hoa Valley by following the main road for about an hour before turning right to a foot path downhill. People will have a chance to witness the highest part of Hoang Lien Son mountain range, including Fansipan Peak if the weather is nice enough.
Sapa medium trekking
The route for medium walking is quite similar to the easy one, but lasts longer as before heading to Muong Hoa valley, tourists will have a two-hour walk through Cat Cat Village locating near the bottom of the deep valley right at the foot of Fansipan Peak. This is an old village of Black H’mong people where you can discover many interesting facts about places to see as well as culture and architecture.
Sapa hard trekking
Walking to the top of Fansipan Peak in Sapa– the Roof of Indochina is the most challenging route for tourists, as they will need to spend three days completing the hike. Tourists cannot trek by themselves but need a local experienced guide and porter who understand the route deeply. To reach the first campsite at an elevation of 2300m, tourists will follow the itinerary of passing Cat Cat Village, crossing Muong Hoa River and upward for nearly 7 hours.