Private transfer Cam Ranh to Mui Ne by HATCHBACK
Private transfer Cam Ranh to Mui Ne by HATCHBACK will take you to your destination in a safe, timely and stylish manner. Whether for personal or professional purposes, we provide well-designed transfer service from point A to point B. Fixed prices, punctual, courteous, professional drivers, impeccable customer service are and will always be our top priorities. It’s the best solution who wish to enjoy a private drive at a reasonable price on one of our standard routes.
Besides, the private transfer Cam Ranh to Mui Ne by HATCHBACK is door-to-door transfer, and you’ll be picked up directly from your hotel or residence. We ask that you wait in the main lobby, and we take you to a destination point without any hassle or having to pay other charges. On average, the trip from Cam Ranh city to Mui Ne (Phan Thiet city) takes 4 hours.
In sum up, whether it’s a day or night we have the right vehicle for your trip, and our payments provider Stripe accepts major debit/credit cards including VISA Debit, MasterCard, Discover, JCB and American Express. Moreover, all our employees take their responsibilities very seriously to make each customer’s transfer successful.
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About Cam Ranh
Cam Ranh is a city in Khanh Hoa Province, and the second largest city after the Nha Trang. Cam Ranh International airport (IATA: CXR, ICAO: VVCR) located in Cam Ranh town, and lies 35 km from Nha Trang City. Airport has two terminals. Terminal 1 is for domestic flights, and terminal 2 for international flights. Cam Ranh Air Base was built by the USA Navy, and used by military purposes during the Vietnam war. Reconstruction of Cam Ranh Airport started on 2004, and served only domestic flights. At 2007 – 2009 airport upgraded to an international airport.
About Mui Ne
Mui Ne beach is part of Phan Thiet district, and Phan Thiet is the capital of Binh Thuan province. Mui Ne is a fishing village that actually located on the Mui Ne peninsula, and Mui Ne beach is not there. Phan Thiet is a fairly young town, with the town’s 100th anniversary only celebrated in 1998. 100 years ago, Phan Thiet was a small fishing village, which today has grown into one of the main beach resorts in the southern part of Vietnam. The city of Phan Thiet is divided into 18 districts and Ham Tien is the Mui Ne Beach Resort District where can be found hotels, bars, cafes and restaurants on both sides of the road. Read more: Mui Ne beach – (liveinmuine.com)