Once upon a time, Mui Ne was an isolated stretch of sand, but it was too beautiful to be ignored. Times have changed and it is now a string of resorts, expanding in number every year. However, the beach retains much of its charm and the resorts are, for the most part, mercifully low-rise, set amid pretty gardens by the sea. The original fishing village is still here, but tourists outnumber locals these days. Mui Ne is definitely moving upmarket, as more exclusive resorts open their doors, complemented by swish restaurants and swanky shops, but there is still a surfer vibe to the town.
Day 1: Ho Chi Minh City – Mui Ne
We will start the day with a minivan ride to Mui Ne. Mui Ne has become famous among the tourist circuit because of its pristine beaches and famous water sports; the most famous being kite-surfing because of the ideal weather conditions. On the way to Mui Ne, visit Ta Cu tourism area where you can conquer Ta Cu Mountain that reaches a height of 490m above the sea level. While here, we will visit the 49-meter-long Statue of Lying Buddha in Nirvada. Lying Buddha is the largest statue in South East Asia. When we reach Mui Ne we will check-in to our hotel before taking the remainder of the day to leisure and relax on the beach.
Day 2: Mui Ne – Ho Chi Minh City
We will wake up early to enjoy the beautiful sunrise over the Mui Ne Red Sand Dunes. After sunrise we will visit theFairy Spring and the Fishing Village. After the touring of the day, take the remainder of the daylight to relax on the beach and participate in some of the water sports if you like. We will enjoy some Vietnamese cuisine at a local restaurant before heading back to Ho Chi Minh City and concluding our tour.
- Hotel pick-up and return
- New minivan
- Entrance fee
- Mineral water
- English speaking guide
- Personal expenses