Saigon Mui Ne sand dunes tour by HATCHBACK
Saigon Mui Ne sand dunes tour by HATCHBACK starts, and ends in Ho Chi Minh City. This private guided tour will take you to a popular Mui Ne desert area known for white and red dunes. Here, the color of sand changes differently at different times of the day. Besides, in the middle of the white dune, is a lotus lake, fully blossom like a peaceful oasis in the desert. Mornings, evenings in dunes are pleasant, making the sunrises and sunsets spectacle a year-round experience. Take a stroll on dunes, for a different perspective on the unique hues of the light that comes to life just before dark. Moreover, we visit a fairy spring – a mini-version of the canyon, fishing village & port where can be seen fishermen in their daily activities.
Itinerary of Saigon Mui Ne sand dunes tour by HATCHBACK
- Private transfer from Saigon to Mui Ne
- White sand dunes & Lotus lake
- Red sand dunes
- Fairy Spring. A mini-version of the canyon.
- Mui Ne fishing port & fishing village
- Return transfer from Mui Ne to Saigon.
Sand dunes is the best spot to see a sunrise or sunset. Pick-Up time from Saigon around twelve o’clock at night. The return transfer must be completed on the same day.
Saigon Mui Ne sand dunes tour by HATCHBACK price includes: a two-way transfer from Saigon by 4-seater Hatchback, and on arrival Sand Dunes tour by jeep. Tour guide, jeep, entrance fees to White Sand Dunes included.
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About Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh city is a city in Vietnam with a population of more than 10 million people. According to unconfirmed estimates, it has a population of 14 million, making it the largest city in Vietnam. Vietnam’s largest metropolis is located on the banks of the Saigon River, 19 metres above sea level, covering an area of 2,095 km², 80 km from the South China Sea and 200 km from Phan Thiet (Mui Ne).
The largest metropolis in the south is still known to locals as Saigon, but this was the name Saigon bore until 1976 when the city was renamed Thanh Pho Ho Chi Minh City upon liberation. History scholars confirm that it is a Sino-Vietnamese word where Sài (firewood, branches) and Gòn (cotton). The name alludes to the kapok trees that can still be seen in the outskirts of the city today. Others, however, claim that Sai Côn is a direct translation of the Khmer word Prey Nokor, meaning kapok tree forest. Read more: Ho Chi Minh City – (liveinmuine.com)
About Mui Ne beach
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)