In Mui Ne, you can not miss out White sand dune and Red sand dune. Especially they are in sunrise. And because off we were sleeping on the bus, we were ready for our amazing trip in Mui Ne, no need to sleep in this morning :))
You can hire a motorbike driver, I believe, for 10 USD/person; or rent a 4×4 jeep for 45 USD/tour.
White Sand Dunes, Hòa Thắng, Bắc Bình, Binh Thuan, Vietnam
The White sand dunes is an impressive place for it makes you as being a desert with hundreds of small sand dunes.
We hired a Jeep (share with others) and get there to enjoy sunrise.
Once you are there, enjoy the dunes on a quad bike – everything from gentle bumps to stomach churning bends are on offer.
The white sand dunes of Mui Ne are approximately 25 km. away from the centre of Mui Ne – once you have had your share of fun at the dunes, just walk over to the lotus pond and spend the afternoon watching the sun go down.
If you’ve rented a bike, getting to the White Sand Dunes is a joy ride in itself. It will take you through unpaved roads and gorgeous stretches of Vietnamese countryside.
White Sand Dunes Hòa Thắng Bắc Bình Bình Thuận Vietnam
Lotus lake is known as one of the top attraction in Mui Ne where you can admire the beauty of Lotus after having fun in the Red Dunes Sand nearby.
Surrounded by white sand dunes, Lotus Lake Mui Ne consists of 2 beautiful lakes located next to each other.
You can reach Lotus Lake by two different streets: departing from Hon Rom Island along the road to Mui Ne, through Mui Ne market, Red Sand Dunes then running along the beach to Lotus Lake or going in the direction of Luong Son. Following this stretch of road, you will have the opportunity to admire the wonderful views along the way. One side is rolling hills, whereas the other is romantic immense sea.
The lake is surrounded by white sand with the sun and the wind favorably endowed by nature making the wonderful scenery
The Red Sand Dunes is one of the most well-known destination for tourists. It also gives photo opportunities for people to have great shots.
Go early to avoid hot sun. The view is gorgeous at 5 or 6 a.m
Sand-sledding is a common (and fun) activity here, but it is hard to nail down where the best location to do so is as the sands shift from season to season so it’s best to look around. Dry sand is much more enjoyable to sled on.
Visitors can rent plastic sleds and it is a wise idea to check the price and agree on it beforehand. S
suối Tiên khu phố 4, Hàm Tiến tp. Phan Thiết Bình Thuận, Việt Nam
Suoi Tien (Fairy stream) is away from 18 km of North East Phan Thiet. Local people believed it is the natural gift of Mui Ne.
Tucked between beaches and fishing villages, this gurgling stream is surrounded by amazing limestone formations.
You can deposit your shoes at the entrance or carry them along with you to explore this muddy stream. Make your way through colourful limestone formations, warm water, and bright green trees to reach a waterfall.
Here you can either walk right up the ankle-deep stream or take the steeper path to the right. Many people choose to make a circle and return via walking in the soft sand of the stream