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Climb Fansipan Team - Day Tour

Sapa, Vietnam
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About Climb Fansipan Team - Day Tour
Climb Fansipan is an ethnic minority people providing Fansipan travel information, travel guide and organizing all the tours to climb Fansipan mountain for the travel company, travel agency, climbers and working as a Fansipan tour organiser.
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dinh wrote a review Apr 2020
Hanoi, Vietnam4 contributions
We are working in the office and wann breakaway from stress time then think of fansipan peak and how to go? just scoll online and found Climb Fansipan team on tripadvisor then contact for the a 2d2n tour package using sleeping bus tickets to Sapa and return..We called n dealed the tour basically 70 USD package from our hotel in Sapa. A Duc from the team came to meet up with us and show how to prepare before /after the climb clearly. The team support including porter, tour guide seems very strong, working hard. Food acceptable on MT and sleeping house would be ok. We was at the top Fansipan to hear the chicken rooster from 3 countries....wonderful times there. We raised our trophy, party, relax then go down through the church then cable car down to land in 25 mins, plus 15 mins taxi to Sapa town. One thing may advise you is water and rain coast maybe prepared before the climb in case. Lovely trip, thank the teams. Highly recommend you to other friends..
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Jessica Tan wrote a review Sep 2019
Singapore, Singapore5 contributions
My friends and I (4 of us) booked a 5D4N tour which included sleeper trains, 2D1N Fansipan Tour & 1D Homestay at Ta Van Village. 1) Many things were not clearly indicated/explained. For example, it was not clearly explained how or who we were supposed to get our sleeper train tickets from. Initially, we were told that the image of the train voucher that they sent to us would be sufficient. It was not until we were physically sitting in the train station waiting for our train that we were told via Whatsapp message that there was a guy who will come to pass us a ticket. We were then asked to call this guy (thankfully we had bought a Vietnamese phone card and were able to do so). Another example is that in the email correspondence, it was stated that airport transfer service is included. However, on the last day when we checked with the main liaison person, we were told that the return trip to the airport is not included. 2) The itinerary was not clear, and no clear instructions were given during the trip as well. For example, we had to call different people to ask what time the transport would be coming to pick us to the next place, and what the plan for the afternoon was etc. On day 3, we were supposed to do a 12km trek (based on itinerary emailed to us), but this was cancelled without communicating or discussing with us. 3) There were many layers of outsourcing, which led to confusion as to who to call for what matters. The main liaison person (Vinh Mr) would only respond to us with regards to matters in Hanoi (which is where we landed). For matters in Sapa, he would ask us to call another person (A Duc and Quynh Ms). And for our Homestay portion in Ta Van village, we were then asked to discuss with our Homestay host. This made the overall experience very poor as there was no appointed guide following us during the whole trip. The drivers/guides who were assigned to bring us around could not speak English at all, which made it difficult to ask for their help on any matters. 4) There was 1 guide and 3 porters who brought us to climb Fansipan. However, the guide spoke very little English and offered little help/attention during the climb. We were told that a whole list of items would be prepared for us, including sleeping bags, rucksack, raincoat, torch, water bottle etc). However, during the actual climb, the only thing that was provided were sleeping bags and mats (which were left at the 2800m base camp itself) and these felt quite dirty and a little damp. We were also told that there would be a group meeting before the climb to advise us on essential items to bring so that we would feel comfortable during the trek. But this did not happen at all. All in all, we felt that the tour provided the bare minimum expected. We would definitely not be engaging their services again.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Response from Business C, Front Office Manager at Climb Fansipan Team - Day Tour
Responded Apr 26, 2020
Hello, Thank you for your kind support. We just meet up with the team of ethnic people. Yes, they are ethnic local people that we bring jobs for them. The connection between the host and A Duc was not going well. Thanks for your help and we get to know how to teach them to upgrade the service as usual. Best regards
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AAz_19 wrote a review Oct 2018
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia5 contributions
My team of 11 hikers from Malaysia booked a private Climb Fansipan package under TMS Travel (ClimbFansipan team). We arrived Sapa from Hanoi by sleeper bus at 3.30 am and stayed in the bus till 6 am. Later we were greeted by Mr Duc who is the tour agent in Sapa. He brought us to his shop which is only 5 min walk from the bus station for refreshment and just found out that we are muslims who can only eat Halal food, else we may eat seafood and vegetarian meals. Instead of bringing us to a nearby restaurants, he and his helper cooked soup noodles for us. A very good hospitality. Then his team prepared the suitable food for us and sleeping bags for our hiking trip. We went to Tram Ton Pass with a 16 seater van where we started our hiking at about 9.30 am. We were lead by a guide name Minh and 3 porters to carry our food, utensils and sleeping bags. Minh speaks good english and his service was excellent. The trek is nice with a lot of scenic and beautiful views. We stopped at Base Camp 1 after about 2 hours hiking for lunch. We reached Base Camp 2 at 4.30 pm for overnight there. We had a good dinner with fresh fried vegetables, omelette, "taufu" and fish dish. The duration of hiking was about 4 hours and 15 mins, medium-to-difficult level of hiking with few 70-80 degree steep climbs. Nothing much activities up there except chatting with our group members till we called it a day. We were given 2 rooms, 1 room can accommodate up to 6 people comfortably sleeping next to each other. We woke up at 2.30 am to start preparing for "summit attack" and had instant noodles prepared by the the fansipan team. We resumed our hiking at 3.45 am and reached the Fansipan Cable Car station at 5.15 am before the sun rise. After taking pictures and waiting for the sun rise, we climbed for another 30 mins to reach Fansipan summit. At 9 am, we went down with cable car for a fee of 700k VND to have the experience of riding on the longest suspended cable car system in the world. I would rate the experience and the view during hiking to Fansipan summit as 4 stars comparing with my other experience hiking some other mountains like KInabalu and Annapurna Base Camp etc. We were picked up by a van and went back to Mr Duc's shop for us to rest and refresh ourselves until we got back to the bus station for our return trip to Hanoi at 3.30 pm. It is worthwhile to hike Fansipan and the ClimbFansipan team did a superb job on their hospitality. Thanks to Ms Lien and her colleague too for quick responses to all my queries prior to the trip.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Response from Vietnam g, Public Relations Manager at Climb Fansipan Team - Day Tour
Responded Oct 25, 2018
Dear AAz_19, Thank you very much for your kind support! Our climb Fansipan Team is very happy to assist you in conquering the roof of indochina. We are local living here and we tried to help you at our best. please advise what we would do the best for the climbers since we are studying to assist the climbers strongly but not doing business from the activites. We hope to serve you next time and it is our honor to arrange for our friends at as cheap as we can help and the most important help is giving the local people a good job. Best regards
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Kalcho wrote a review Oct 2018
Singapore, Singapore3 contributions4 helpful votes
We did CatCat trail in Aug - rainy season. Very hard climb and technical. The porters were nice people but 1. did not speak english 2. food they brought was horrible (sans dinner which was ok 3. they did not bring enough water 4. the one night we stayed in the house they built a fire under the elevated wood floor - so smoke and ash were in our sleeping room. this was horrible. 5. the porters and guides got drunk on the first night and were loud and obnoxious. the trail was great but service experience probably the worst I've done in SEA.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Response from Vietnam g, Public Relations Manager at Climb Fansipan Team - Day Tour
Responded Oct 25, 2018
Dear Kalcho, Thank you for your kind support! Our team will study the lession and give more advices on the water, we just prepared for climbers can bring with them as much as they can but porters would bring more waters for the group for a 3d2n trek a sleeping places on mountain is set by authority that still make many climbers found unusual. Thank you for that we will try to prepare the sleep as we wish Regaring the foods, we would have prepared a menu clearly before we climb. Thank you for this and we will work out this matter Best regards
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Marek Š wrote a review Aug 2018
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Hiking to Fansipan was an amazing adventure! I would recommend you to find a local guide in sapa ( no booking).. it is cheaper (we payed 70 usb/ person [water + food included], u should take a another water with you at least 3 liters / person and take your own sleeping bag beacuse it was quite cold under the top.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Response from Vietnam g, Public Relations Manager at Climb Fansipan Team - Day Tour
Responded Oct 25, 2018
Dear Marek, Thank you for your advices on water 3 liters, yes we prepared more for the climbers to bring and also porters would help bring more and more Best regards
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