VIETNAM LOCAL GUIDE

- Mui Ne Travel Guide

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Mui Ne has quickly been transformed from an isolated stretch of beautiful white sand to one long row of resorts. While there is still a fishing village at the east end of the beach, it's tourists that make up most of the population.
The boom in top-end resorts has not killed the chilled surfie vibe, although it has brought an increasing number of up-market restaurants and souvenir shops. It's an unusual set up. as everything is spread along one 10km stretch of road - the accommodation is on the beach side, and the restaurants and bars mainly on the other.


Mui Ne sees only about half the rainfall of nearby PhanThiet. The sand dunes help to protect its unique microclimate, and even during the wet season (from June to September) rain tend to be fairly light and sporadic.
Mui Ne has been developing a reputation as the action capital of the coast. There's no scuba diving or snorkeling to speak of, but when Nha Trang and Hoi An get the rains, Mui Ne gets the waves. Surfs up from August to December. For windsurfers, the gales howl as well, especially from late October to late April, when swells stir over from the Philippine typhoons. Kite-surfing is very popular. If this all sounds too much like hard work you can simply splash about in the clean, clear water

Mui Ne Tours- Mui Ne Sand Dune


No trip to Mui Ne is complete without a trip to the sanddunes, where young children with exceptional English skills encourage you to slide down the dunes at great speed on plastic mats. The view from the top of the sand dunes is magnificent. From the red sand dunes, you'll be able to see the ocean, while from the white dunes you'll have a view of the large dune lake ringed by pine trees.

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Mui Ne Tours- Mui Ne Fishing Tour


Tourists also have chance to witness the daily activities of a pure Vietnamese fishing village. Together with the local fishing people to catch sea fish, rock crabs and to draw fishing nets, tourists not only find it relaxing but also integrate into the real fishing life.

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